NEW YORK—Anthony Causi, a highly skilled and exceedingly popular sports photographer for The New York Post who covered the city's teams for 25 years, died yesterday from the new coronavirus. He was 48.
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FORT WORTH, Texas—Former Texas Rangers star Josh Hamilton has been indicted on a felony charge of injury to a child after his teenage daughter accused him of beating her.
NEW YORK—Andrea Bocelli will sing at the Duomo of Milan on Easter Sunday sending a message of love and hope to the world during the coronavirus pandemic, but the Italian tenor says it's not a concert. Instead, he calls it a “prayer.”
It makes little difference to Alexis Lafreniere when, where or how he'll learn about being selected in the NHL draft.
The 18-year-old from Quebec simply can't wait to begin the next step of his promising career with the NHL's entire calendar of events on hold due to the new coronavirus pandemic.
New York City's death toll from the coronavirus eclipsed the number of those killed at the World Trade Center on 9-11, health officials said Tuesday. In Britain, Prime Minister Boris Johnson was in intensive care with the virus.
Shorts and skates don't usually mix. Maintaining NHL-quality ice in August or holding a Stanley Cup Final in September? Those are far from the norm, too.
With the NHL playoffs, which were to begin tomorrow, on indefinite hold because of the coronavirus pandemic, anything and everything is on the table if Commissioner Gary Bettman's objective to complete the season is to be realized.
DUSSELDORF, Germany—Sam Grewe could end up missing the start of medical school to go to the Paralympics, and that will be fine with him.
With the games postponed until 2021, the Notre Dame student and Paralympic silver medallist in the high jump will face a packed senior year and graduation.
The British Open will not be played this year for the first time since 1945, with the R&A choosing to play golf's oldest championship next year at Royal St. George's and move the 150th Open at St. Andrews to 2022.
It was a major piece of golf trying to reconfigure a schedule brought on by the spread of the new coronavirus.
WASHINGTON—Bobby Mitchell, the speedy Hall of Famer who became the Washington Redskins' first black player, has died. He was 84.
Mitchell split his career with the Cleveland Browns and Redskins and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1983. The Hall of Fame said last night that Mitchell's family said he died in the afternoon but didn't provide any other details.
CHARLOTTE, N.C.—William Byron led the most laps in NASCAR's first two virtual races and had nothing to show for his gaming skills. The third time out, he got the win.
Byron easily won the iRacing event yesterday at virtual Bristol Motor Speedway, where NASCAR would have been really racing before the coronavirus pandemic caused sports to shut down.