The Mariners will move their first homestands out of Seattle due to coronavirus

SEATTLE (AP) — The Mariners will move home games out of Seattle through end of March following the state of Washington’s decision to ban large group events in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

How to pass the time? Here are Chad Finn’s top five Bruins games to...

When the sports world ducked into undetermined hiatus last week after infected Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert inadvertently made it clear that the COVID-19 pandemic must be confronted immediately, I knew there was so much we would miss while sports were away doing the right thing.

Maine goalie Jeremy Swayman will skip his senior year to go pro with the...

Jeremy Swayman, the college puckstopper who had a glittering career at Maine, will skip his senior year with the Black Bears and turn pro with the Bruins.

Astros Cheating Scandal: Former Houston Closer Willing to Give up World Series Ring

Former Houston Astros closer Ken Giles has admitted he would be prepared to relinquish the World Series ring he won in 2017 after the team was caught in a major sign-stealing scandal.

NCAA tried to save March Madness with 16-team tournament

As it became apparent the NCAA basketball tournaments could not be held over three weeks because of concerns about the coronavirus, organizers scrambled to devise a plan for a 16-team event to salvage the postseason in one long weekend. NCAA vice president of men’s basketball Dan Gavitt told AP he started to consider ways of condensing the tournament Wednesday night after the NBA announced one of its players tested positive for the virus and the league suspended its season.

Is Drew Brees Retiring from the NFL? Saints Coach Sean Payton Says 2020 Is...

On Tuesday, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton suggested that 2020 will be the final season for the team's quarterback, Drew Brees.

A strange feeling for Patriots fans: uncertainty at quarterback

COMMENTARYTom Brady, quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Still can’t wrap my head around it. Not sure I ever will.

Utah Jazz Star Donovan Mitchell Reveals ‘Scariest Part’ of Coronavirus After Testing Positive

Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell has opened up regarding the "scariest part" of having coronavirus in his first TV appearance since testing positive for COVID-19 last week.

AP source: Top NBA executives will take 20 percent salary reductions

NEW YORK (AP) — Top NBA executives are having their base salaries reduced by 20% for the foreseeable future, a person with knowledge of the details said Thursday.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2020 Betting Odds: No Surprises Here

Parts of this year's Elimination Chamber pay-per-view seem like a forgone conclusion as to who its winners will be.

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Apple’s new iPad Pro cuts off the microphone when its case is closed to...

Recent MacBooks have included a security feature that shuts off the microphone at a hardware level when the lid is closed. Apple has now introduced the same feature on iPads, beginning with the 2020 iPad Pro. The iPad doesn’t have a lid, of course, so Apple instead activates the mic cut-off whenever a case with the company’s “Made for iPad” certification is closed over the screen. This should work with Apple’s own Smart Folio, Smart Keyboard Folio, and the upcoming Magic Keyboard (due out in May), among other third-party cases.

What is Twitch, even?

Twitch is difficult to describe, to understand, and to start using. It is also incredibly rewarding once you get the hang of it, which is the way these things tend to go: the harder it is to get into something, the more you’ll like your mastery of it. I’ve been writing about Twitch and its various ecosystems for a little while now, and lately more and more people have been reaching out to me to ask variations on the same two questions: What is Twitch, and why should I care about it? How do I start streaming?

Lyft is offering free e-scooter trips to health care workers fighting COVID-19

Lyft will provide free electric scooter rides to essential workers in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. While most scooter-sharing programs in the US have temporarily ceased operations in response to the pandemic, Lyft is still operating scooters in a handful of cities, and the company wants to support the transportation needs of health care workers and others on the frontlines of the crisis.