- 8/31 vs Yankees 6:25pm pregame/ 7:10pm first pitch
- 9/1 vs Yankees JIP 7pm/ 7:10pm first pitch
- 9/2 vs Yankees 3:20pm pregame/ 4:05pm first pitch
- 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
- 9/1 Coach’s Show with Bob Diaco 6-7pm
- 9/3 vs Villanova 6pm pregame/ 7:30pm kick-off
- 9/10 Coach’s Show with Bob Diaco 6-7pm
- 9/12 vs Army 10:30am pregame/ 12pm kick-off
Latest Connecticut Weather
– Governor Malloy is lifting the travel ban in Fairfield and Litchfield Counties, to allow for travel on local roads. He said the ban continues in other counties and on other roads.
Many woke up Tuesday morning to declare on social media that the blizzard of 2015 has been a bust.
Northeast residents are girding for a “crippling and potentially historic” storm that could bury communities from northern New Jersey to southern Maine in up to 2 feet of snow.
In his second storm preparedness briefing of the day Monday, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy ordered non-essential state employees not to report to work Tuesday for first or second shift schedules.
In his first briefing from the Emergency Operations Center on the coming winter storm, Governor Malloy announced a travel ban on state roads, effective 9:00 p.m.
Governor Malloy is urging people to be prepared for a major winter storm expected to bring blizzard conditions to the state beginning Monday afternoon.
One of the busiest, most stressful travel days of the year posed special challenges in the crowded Washington-to-Boston corridor as travelers on their way to Thanksgiving celebrations contended with a nor’easter packing rain and snow.
Utilities called in reinforcements from across Atlantic Canada and New England on Monday as they began the slow and painstaking process of restoring power to more than 100,000 homes and businesses left in the dark following a powerful snowstorm.
Cold air and heavy amounts of snowfall will seize the Northeast this winter season, including reoccurring appearances of last year’s biggest culprit for blasts of arctic weather: the polar vortex.