It’s almost as if we’ve come full circle in the Hartford Whalers-Carolina Hurricanes saga.
There are immediate solutions to the firestorm created by the release of voice mails from Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling to his former girlfriend, but to attempt to resolve the issue permanently may work to the detriment of everyone trying to do the right thing.
Borrowing from the vernacular of the sport’s British cousin, Major League Baseball is dealing with a sticky wicket.
Don’t you people know you’re being used. Everyone knows how to push your buttons, what rumors to float to mobilize you for their own purposes. The latest case was a simple radio station promotion and you fell for it.
It was a much different era in college basketball when Bloomfield’s Vin Yokabaskas arrived at the University of Connecticut.
Last night’s moving tribute prior to the Fenway game was 20 minutes spent celebrating the heroes and victims of the tragedy of Patriots Day past, the bombings at the finish line of the 117th running of the Boston Marathon.
It’s almost impossible not to pick out the names when you’re perusing the morning Major League Baseball box scores and glancing at the game summaries.
The first game at Yankee Stadium yesterday afternoon was in the seventh inning before I realized what I was watching. I was watching an old fashioned no hitter.
Few names in Connecticut athletic history resonate so proudly with the athletic legacy of a family as the name Reilly.
JUST ANOTHER DAY ON CENTER STAGE The Connecticut basketball events of yesterday came with an interesting wrinkle and a surprise or two. It was no real surprise that the American Athletic Conference selected Hartford […]