- 9/4 vs Phillies 6:25pm pregame/ 7;10pm first pitch
- 9/5 vs Phillies 3:20pm pregame/ 4:05pm first pitch
- 9/6 vs Phillies 12:50pm pregame/ 1:35pm first pitch
- 9/7 vs Blue Jays 12:50pm pregame/ 1:35pm first pitch
- 9/8 vs Blue Jays 6:25pm pregame/ 7:10pm first pitch
- 9/9 vs Blue Jays 6:25pm pregame/ 7:10pm first pitch
- 9/11 @ Rays 6:25pm pregame/ 7:10pm first pitch
- 9/10 Coach’s Show with Bob Diaco 6-7pm
- 9/12 vs Army 10:30am pregame/ 12pm kick-off
- 9/17 Coach’s Show with Bob Diaco 6-7pm
- 9/19 @ Missouri 10:30am pregame/ 12pm kick-off
- 9/13 @ Cowboys 7:30pm pregame/ 8:30pm kick-off
- 9/10 vs Pittsburgh, will join pregame at 7pm; 8:30pm kick-off.
Latest Connecticut Energy
Connecticut environmental officials say DNA tests on samples from seven animals in North Stonington show they are domestic dogs with no recent wolf ancestors.
Connecticut lawmakers broke an impasse over energy policy on Tuesday, approving wind power regulations that end a moratorium on new turbines producing clean energy.
Companies from across Connecticut are being honored by the state for cutting their energy consumption last summer.
The top U.S. energy official is coming to New England to review the region’s energy problems.
Despite the long winter, Connecticut’s environmental agency says it expects to stock nearly 390,000 trout in time for the fishing season’s opening day.
As Connecticut moves on several fronts to diversify its supply of energy, proposals for wind power have stalled as state lawmakers struggle to reach agreement on rules for turbine locations, shadows created by spinning blades and other details.
A Boston environmental group is challenging how energy policy is coordinated by New England’s six governors, saying the state leaders are conducting private negotiations with the energy industry.
A lack of pipelines into New England is making natural gas costlier, pushing up wholesale electricity prices in the region by 55 percent last year, the region’s electric grid operator said Tuesday.
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy is asking federal regulators to curb independent electrical suppliers in Connecticut who offer new contracts with lower rates, but fail to fully disclose the potential for significant rate hikes in case of extreme weather fluctuations.