Fantasy baseball: What to do without Mets’ Noah Syndergaard

Thursday was supposed to be the first day we heard the crack of the bat and umpires screaming “Strike three” after the emphatic pop of the catchers’ glove. It was supposed to be the day we heard th…

Mets’ Steven Matz staying ready for time when baseball returns

There was no baseball on Thursday, when the Mets had been scheduled to open their season against the Nationals at Citi Field. But Steven Matz still wanted a bit of normalcy, so he played catch near…

Doping: Russian agency halts testing amid coronavirus outbreak

Russian anti-doping agency RUSADA said it was temporarily halting all testing in response to government measures aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.

Losing Noah Syndergaard isn’t shaking Steven Matz’s Mets confidence

It’s anyone’s guess when — or if — baseball will be played this season due to the coronavirus pandemic, but Steven Matz says he believes the Mets will still be able to contend, even after the loss …

ESPN’s Doris Burke recovering after coronavirus nightmare

One of America’s most popular sportscasters is doing better after testing positive for coronavirus. ESPN’s Doris Burke said on Adrian Wojnarowski’s podcast, “The Woj Pod,” that she contracted the p…

Coronavirus will not be opportunity for drug cheats says WADA chief

World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) chief Witold Banka had a message on Friday for any athlete thinking they could take advantage of the gap in drug-testing created by the coronavirus outbreak -- "we will catch you" and "eliminate you".

Report: Syndergaard has successful Tommy John surgery

New York Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard had successful Tommy John surgery on Thursday, ESPN's Jeff Passan reported Friday morning.

Scarlets’ training ground to become temporary hospital ward during coronavirus crisis

Parc y Scarlets will provide additional bed space for hundreds of people

Six contract coronavirus after London Olympic qualifiers

Organizers of a suspended Olympic boxing qualifying tournament in London hit back at accusations of irresponsibility on Thursday as the number of competitors and coaches testing positive for coronavir...

Coronavirus: Brighton player 'OK' after testing positive

An unnamed Brighton player tests positive for coronavirus but is "OK", says chief executive Paul Barber.

Brighton player tests positive for coronavirus

An unnamed Brighton and Hove Albion player has tested for coronavirus, the club’s chief executive Paul Barber has confirmed.  Three members of Brighton’s first-team squad had undergone testing after showing symptoms of Covid-19. “We’ve had three players tested, one has tested positive. We’re not testing them routinely, we’re only testing them when

ECB's Steve Elworthy: 'We will come out of this and sport will pull the country together'

The events director on cricket’s contingency plans, including coronavirus testing points, isolation units and staging matches behind closed doors, and picking the appropriate time to return