Yankees Establish Emergency Funding For Yankee Stadium Workers
Amid the MLB season’s lengthy delay, the New York Yankees are helping aid the financial toll COVID-19 is having on stadium staff out of work. The team has set up a $1.4 million emergency fund to aid eligible Yankee Stadium workers while the venue is vacant during the interrupted... Read more
The Masters Reportedly Rescheduled To November
The Masters was one of the first sporting events to be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving the iconic golf course at Augusta National vacant this April. But PGA professionals will still have their chance to compete for the green jacket in 2020, with the tournament reportedly rescheduled... Read more
Broncos Detail Contingency Plans For Upcoming NFL Season
NFL officials are weeks away from releasing the season’s full, 16-game schedule. But with uncertainty presiding over the future of the coronvirus pandemic, the Denver Broncos are coming up with contingency plans just in case. The Broncos ticket office sent a letter to season ticket holders detailing how the... Read more
MLB Considering 100-Game Season, Neutral Site World Series
New details are surfacing about how the delayed MLB season might resume. Officials are reportedly considering playing a shortened regular season of 100 games as well as shaking up the postseason by playing the World Series at a warm-weather neutral site. According to Chicago-based baseball columnist Matt Spiegel, team... Read more
NFL To Begin Scheduling Full Season Despite Virus Concerns
The coronavirus pandemic is not deterring NFL officials from putting on a full season. In a league-wide conference call Tuesday, NFL executives decided to move forward in planning a full 16-game season and expanded postseason featuring 14 teams. After consulting with medical experts tracking the virus’ trajectory around the... Read more
MLB Season To Reportedly Begin Without Fans In Attendance
In an unprecedented effort to complete as many games as possible under safe conditions, the MLB season could likely begin with empty ballparks. Officials scrambling to accommodate the schedule impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic are considering early games without fans in attendance, the New York Post reports. “By a matter... Read more
Wimbledon Tennis Championships Cancelled For First Time In 75 Years
Wimbledon, tennis’ oldest and most prestigious tournament, has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club was set to hold the Grand Slam from June 29 to July 12, but escalating virus cases in the U.K. and around the world has forced... Read more
Northeast NFL Teams Announce Deferred Season Ticket Payments
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the health and economic status of millions, NFL teams have been increasingly doing their part to help by offering relief to season ticket holders facing renewals. Now, several more teams based in the hard-hit Northeast have thrown their hats into the ring... Read more
Arizona Cardinals Announce Additional Blood Drives At State Farm Stadium
Following the overwhelming success of their March 31 blood drive, the Arizona Cardinals will hold two additional drives next week. The Cardinals organization is teaming with Anheuser-Busch to host a pair of blood drives April 7 and 8 at State Farm Stadium. Like their first donation event, the upcoming... Read more
Florida Stay-At-Home Order To Likely Extend MLB Start Date
The ongoing process of deciding an official MLB start date just got a bit murkier as portions of Florida are put under a stay-at-home order. Several South Florida counties, including Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach, will effectively be shut down in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19,... Read more