Wednesday, May 18, 2022 - 22:02:48
28 results - (0.005 seconds)

Thursday’s scheduled game:

Contact Newsletter-online.com: [NewsMag]

latest news at page 1:
12
    Another day, another postponement for the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Guardians. Tuesday’s game was postponed because of poor weather and has been rescheduled as part of a straight doubleheader starting at 1:10 p.m. Wednesday at Progressive Field. It’s the second straight day the game has been postponed. Monday’s scheduled game will be made up as part of a split doubleheader July 12 at Progressive Field. The first game will start at 12:10 p.m. and the regularly scheduled game at 6:10. For the rest of this series, Dallas Keuchel (Game 1) and Jimmy Lambert (Game 2) are the scheduled Sox starters for Wednesday’s doubleheader. Dylan Cease is in line to start Thursday. Cleveland will start Shane Bieber (Game 1) and Triston McKenzie (Game 2) for the doubleheader, and Zach Plesac Thursday. ()
    Predicted thunderstorms in New York and a potential snowfall in Minnesota are picking up where baseball's 99-day lockout left off by further delaying the start of the 2022 Major League season. Thursday's matinee between the Yankees and visiting Red Sox was supposed to be the first game of the season, but that and the Twins' opener against the visiting Seattle Mariners have both been pre-emptively postponed due to weather, leaving seven games on the schedule. All-day rain was forecast for Thursday in New York, while frigid Minnesota may be getting some snow. A shot of Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, where the season was supposed to open Thursday A potential snow fall in Minneapolis has postponed Thursday's Twins-Mariners opener  Gerrit Cole of the Yankees and Nathan Eovaldi of the Red Sox had been the scheduled starting pitchers on Thursday. Both teams are expected to compete for an American League Eastern Division crown this year thanks to imposing hitters such as the Yankees' Aaron Judge and the Red Sox' Rafael Devers. Meeting in an opener for the first time...
    NEW YORK (AP) — The season-opening game between the Boston Red Sox and Yankees in New York was postponed by a day until Friday because of weather. All-day rain was forecast for Thursday in New York. Gerrit Cole of the Yankees and Nathan Eovaldi of the Red Sox had been the scheduled starting pitchers. Meeting in an opener for the first time since 2005, the Yankees and Red Sox had been scheduled as the first game of a major league season pushed back from March 31 because of a 99-day lockout. With the rainout, the first game becomes the Chicago Cubs hosting the Milwaukee Brewers at Wrigley Field, a 2:20 p.m. EDT start. Seattle’s game at Minnesota on Thursday also was postponed because of weather, with a mixture of rain and snow forecast. Seven games remained on Thursday’s schedule, with Brewers-Cubs joined by the New York Mets at Washington, Cleveland at Kansas City, Pittsburgh at St. Louis, Cincinnati at World Series champion Atlanta, Houston at the Los Angeles Angels and San Diego at Arizona. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/mlb and...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The Blackhawks’ game against the Dallas Stars on Thursday will be postponed, as the NHL and the players’ union have agreed to take a holiday break and also with COVID-19 cases disrupting games. With no games scheduled for Wednesday because of COVID-19 postponements, the NHL and the NHL Players’ Association will be postponing all games from Thursday through Christmas Day Saturday. Players will return on Sunday, Dec. 26, which will be a day for COVID-19 testing, practice, and travel only. No one may enter a facility for anything other than testing purposes until they have a negative test result. Any practice scheduled for Sunday must begin after 2 p.m. local time. The regular-season schedule will resume on Monday, Dec. 27.
    The Sharks will be happy to see coach Bob Boughner and the seven players who have been in the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol return Friday for a scheduled team practice in Denver. Although the Sharks have held their own without the group, going 3-1-1 entering Thursday’s game with the Winnipeg Jets, the question now is whether anything more can be done to prevent a similar outbreak from happening in the future. The Sharks, who said last month that they are fully vaccinated, started to hold meetings in smaller groups after a handful of players landed in the protocol on Oct. 30. The NHL also requires that team personnel wear face coverings when inside team facilities or team spaces — other than while actively exercising or playing or while actively eating or drinking. But there also seems to be a feeling that perhaps teams can’t always prevent these things from occurring, especially with players and coaches in close quarters on charter flights and locker rooms. “I think we’re always doing what we can to stay safe, wearing masks...
    CINCINNATI (AP) — The finale of Pittsburgh’s three-game series at Cincinnati was postponed Wednesday by rain about 10 minutes before the scheduled first pitch. The game was rescheduled for Monday at 1:10 p.m. The teams split the first two games of the series. The Reds have lost eight straight series and were trying to avoid losing a ninth straight series, which would be their longest streak since a 10-series losing streak in August-September 1982. They are chasing the streaking St. Louis Cardinals for the second NL wild card. TRAINER’S ROOM Reds: C Tyler Stephenson was reinstated from the 10-day injured list before Tuesday’s game. C Mark Kolozavary was optioned to Triple-A Louisville and RHP Tejay Antone (right elbow) was transferred to the 60-day IL. UP NEXT Pirates: Pittsburgh is scheduled to open a four-game series at Philadelphia on Thursday. Reds: Cincinnati is scheduled to open a four-game series against Washington on Thursday. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    The Atlanta Braves have new incentive to take care of business in the National League East as quickly as possible. The Braves don't want their playoff status to be determined by a makeup game against a Colorado Rockies team which has been tough to beat at Truist Park. The Rockies-Braves game was postponed on Thursday due to a soggy field caused by rain. A makeup date was not immediately announced, but it's possible the game could be played on Oct. 4, the day after the final scheduled game of the regular season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The Rockies won the first two games of the series and are 10-2 at Truist Park since the stadium opened in 2017. The NL East-leading Braves entered Thursday 3 1/2 games ahead of second-place Philadelphia. The start of the game was pushed back almost 2 hours in hopes the wet field would become playable. There was more rain Thursday morning following steady rain Wednesday night. There was only occasional light rain during the delay before the game finally was postponed,...
    ATLANTA (AP) — The Colorado Rockies game at the Atlanta Braves has been postponed due to a soggy field caused by rain. A makeup date was not immediately announced. The NL East-leading Braves entered Thursday 3 1/2 games ahead of second-place Philadelphia. The start of the game was pushed back almost 2 hours in hopes the wet field would become playable. There was more rain Thursday morning following steady rain Wednesday night. The Braves and Rockies are not scheduled to play again this season and don’t have matching days off. Each team wanted to play the game as scheduled Thursday, if possible, though they also had to consider travel plans for Friday games. Atlanta is off for a three-game series in San Francisco, while Colorado was due to start a set in Washington on Friday. Braves manager Brian Snitker, Rockies manager Bud Black, Rockies interim general manager Bill Schmidt and Braves chairman Terry McGuirk met with umpire CB Bucknor, Braves field director Ed Mangan and others on the field before the decision was made to postpone the game....
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Philadelphia Phillies’ game at the Washington Nationals scheduled for Wednesday night was postponed because of rain as the remnants of Hurricane Ida passed through the Mid-Atlantic. The game, the NL East rivals’ final meeting this year, will be made up Thursday at 1:05 p.m. Neither team immediately announced its pitching plans, but both could push their scheduled Wednesday starters back a day — right-hander Aaron Nola (7-7, 4.30 ERA) for Philadelphia and right-hander Paolo Espino (4-4, 4.13) for Washington. The postponement also gives Phillies catcher J.T. Realmuto an extra day of rest. Realmuto left Sunday’s game with left ankle soreness and has not played since. He had started at first base for the first time this season to fill the gap caused by a season-ending injury to Rhys Hoskins. Philadelphia manager Joe Girardi said Realmuto could have played Tuesday, but with the possibility of a Wednesday rainout, he thought holding out the All-Star an extra day would be prudent. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material...
    Between another round of rainouts, Pete Alonso and the New York Mets actually managed to get a game in Wednesday and pull one out. Pinch-hitter Brandon Drury delivered a tiebreaking single in the eighth inning and the Mets rallied from a pair of three-run deficits to defeat the Washington Nationals 8-7, completing a game suspended by showers a night earlier. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The teams were then supposed to play their regularly scheduled game Wednesday night, but it was postponed with a storm approaching and rescheduled as part of a single-admission doubleheader Thursday beginning at 12:10 p.m. Under pandemic rules, both games will be scheduled for seven innings. "If we didn’t have bad weather all season we would have no weather. Unreal," Mets owner Steve Cohen tweeted. Alonso broke out of an 0-for-21 slump with three hits, including an RBI double off the center-field fence that brought the Mets to 7-6 in the seventh. New York tied it on a throwing error by 6-foot-7 rookie reliever Mason Thompson (0-1) in the eighth and snapped a...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Between another round of rainouts, Pete Alonso and the New York Mets actually managed to get a game in Wednesday and pull one out. Pinch-hitter Brandon Drury delivered a tiebreaking single in the eighth inning and the Mets rallied from a pair of three-run deficits to defeat the Washington Nationals 8-7, completing a game suspended by showers a night earlier. READ MORE: Yankees Beat Royals For 12th Straight Series Win Against KC The teams were then supposed to play their regularly scheduled game Wednesday night, but it was postponed with a storm approaching and rescheduled as part of a single-admission doubleheader Thursday beginning at 12:10 p.m. Under pandemic rules, both games will be scheduled for seven innings. “If we didn’t have bad weather all season we would have no weather. Unreal,” Mets owner Steve Cohen tweeted. Alonso broke out of an 0-for-21 slump with three hits, including an RBI double off the center-field fence that brought the Mets to 7-6 in the seventh. New York tied it on a throwing error by 6-foot-7 rookie reliever Mason...
    Clint Frazier (vision issues) began taking live at-bats Wednesday in Tampa, in addition to running and doing defensive work. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said the outfielder “felt good” and was close to being physically ready for a rehab assignment, but was unsure when it would begin. RHP Luis Severino’s next rehab start will be Sunday at High-A Hudson Valley. … RHP Corey Kluber (shoulder strain) was scheduled to throw a bullpen Thursday before facing live batters for the second time Saturday. 3B/OF Miguel Andujar (wrist strain) is not close to starting a rehab assignment, Boone said, as he just started swinging off a tee. … OF Trey Amburgey (hamstring strain) and 1B Chris Gittens (ankle sprain), who took early batting practice and did defensive work, will begin rehab assignments “imminently,” per Boone. RHP Clarke Schmidt (elbow strain) was set to make his third rehab start Thursday with Double-A Somerset. Boone said there was still no clarity on the Yankees’ pitching plans for Friday’s game, which was originally scheduled to be started by Jordan Montgomery (COVID-19). They...
    A new round of COVID issues forced the postponement of what was supposed to be Thursday night's nationally-televised Yankees-Red Sox game in the Bronx. The grudge match between the two AL East rivals was to begin a critical four-game series for the Bronx Bombers and was the only scheduled game kicking off MLB's second half. The Yankees scrapped batting practice, however, and asked reporters gathered on the field to leave following two reported positive tests involving pitchers Nestor Cortes Jr. and Wandy Peralta.  Both had been placed on the COVID-19 injured list before the game because of health and safety protocols. It was unclear whether that caused the postponement or whether it followed the results of other organizational COVID tests. Ken Rosenthal broke the news on The Athletic. Major League Baseball confirmed the report moments later: “Following positive COVID-19 tests within the New York Yankees organization, tonight’s game between the Yankees and the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium has been postponed to allow for continued testing and contact tracing. Major League Baseball will continue to provide scheduling updates as available.”...
    The game between the New York Mets and Colorado Rockies was postponed due to a forecast of rain on Wednesday night. The game will made up as part of a doubleheader of seven-inning games Thursday starting at 12:10 pm. Marcus Stroman (3-4, 2.75 ERA) was scheduled to start against man German Márquez (3-4, 4.82). CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Stroman threw nine pitches on April 11 against the Miami Marlins before play was stopped and suspended following a wait of 2 hours, 10 minutes. During that delay. Stroman criticized the Mets on Twitter for starting the game. Heavy rain and thunderstorms were in the forecast and no fans were admitted into Citi Field though fans lined up at the gates two hours before the scheduled 7:10 p.m. start. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP The Rockies were still taking batting practice less than hour before the scheduled first pitch as the grounds crew waited near the tarp in left field. The Rockies exited the field at 6:21 p.m. The postponement came after the Mets outfielder...
    COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — A doubleheader of Texas A&M men’s and women’s basketball games scheduled for Thursday has been postponed due to a winter storm that has blanketed much of Texas all week with icy rain and snow. The men were initially scheduled to host No. 8 Alabama on Wednesday night, but that game was pushed back to Thursday afternoon before being postponed again on Wednesday. The fifth-ranked women were scheduled to host Missouri on Thursday night, before that game also was postponed on Wednesday due to icy weather in College Station. No makeup date for either game was immediately announced. ___ More AP college basketball: https://apnews.com/hub/college-basketball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25 Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Syracuse University has paused all women’s basketball-related activities Sunday and contact tracing is underway after a positive COVID-19 test was confirmed within the program. The 22nd-ranked Orange women have also canceled a game against Morgan State scheduled for Monday night. The team is adhering to all public health guidelines. Syracuse’s next scheduled game is Thursday at home against North Carolina. Syracuse men also has been on pause since Monday. The Orange men halted team activities after a home game a week ago against Buffalo. One of the Bulls tested positive after the game. The Orange women weren’t the only ones to go on pause. Mississippi also has coronavirus issues within the Rebels’ women’s basketball program. Their game against No. 5 South Carolina on Thursday night has been postponed. The fifth-ranked Gamecocks last played Dec. 17 against Temple. They’re next game is scheduled for Jan. 4 at Alabama. South Carolina said in a release that game could not be played due to a combination of positive COVID-19 tests, contact tracing and quarantining individuals according to SEC protocols. There has been...
    Report: Ravens won’t be able to enter building until ‘Monday at the earliest’ originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington   The Ravens have closed off their training facility in Owings Mills until “Monday at the earliest,” which has put significant doubt on the status of Sunday’s game against the Steelers according to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter. After the news that quarterback Lamar Jackson tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday night, the Ravens are soon to have 10 names on the Reserve/COVID-19 list with three more reported names to come, which includes numerous staff members. The league has since said there’s no change to the status of the game, but that clearly can change at any minute. Sunday’s game against the Steelers, which was scheduled for 1:15 pm on NBC after a postponement from Thursday night, now appears unlikely to happen that day. The Ravens play next Thursday against the Cowboys, and depending on what happens with the Steelers game, that appears to be in jeopardy of being played on schedule. The potential issue of a simple lack...
    Between alterations to the Week 4 and Week 5 NFL schedules, the league really found itself in a bind when it came to a number of games in Week 6. The Week 6 schedule that existed in September is not the Week 6 schedule that will be played out this week. Nine teams are involved in some sort of schedule adjustment, due in large part to the Patriots-Broncos game being moved back from Week 5 to Week 6. This is probably only the beginning. As the Titans’ COVID-19 outbreak showed, one team’s misfortune could lead to a lot of schedule movement once again.  Below, you’ll find the up-to-date Week 6 schedule, along with a team-by-team breakdown of the nine teams who have different schedules upcoming than they were expecting.  WEEK 6 PICKS: Against the spread | Straight up NFL schedule Week 6 Sunday, Oct. 18 Game Time Channel Broncos at Patriots 1 p.m. CBS, fuboTV Texans at Titans 1 p.m. CBS, fuboTV Browns at Steelers 1 p.m. CBS, fuboTV ...
    18 Photos of Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles Supernatural Brotherly Love Through the Years How to acquire and establish a rental property Canceling second presidential debate would benefit Thursday Night Football, MLB postseason broadcasts Yeah, yeah, yeah — we know. Stick to sports. But this is one instance where politics and sports definitely intersect, with one likely affecting another. © Provided by Awful Announcing On Thursday morning, the Commission on Presidential Debates said the second contest between President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden would be a virtual event due to Trump’s recent COVID-19 diagnosis and hospitalization. In response to that announcement, Trump said he wouldn’t participate in the second 2020 presidential debate, scheduled for next Thursday (Oct. 15) in Miami, Florida. “I’m not going to waste my time on a virtual debate,” Trump told Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business. “That’s not what debating is all about.” JUST IN: On Fox Business @POTUS says he won’t do a virtual debate. “I’m not going to waste my time on a virtual debate, that’s not what debating is all...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Another positive test for the Tennessee Titans will keep the facility closed on Thursday and puts Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills in serious doubt. The Titans learned of another positive COVID-19 result from Wednesday’s testing, ESPN reported, and an inconclusive test was confirmed as a positive as the coronavirus count for the franchise is at 23 (13 players, 10 team personnel) since Sept. 24. Off last week due to a postponement of the scheduled game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Titans have not been allowed in the team facility for more than a week. Scheduled to return from their forced bye week to face Buffalo on Sunday, the Titans are likely looking at another week off, NFL Network reported on Thursday. Complicating any scheduled adjustments being considered: the Bills have a short week of prep ahead with a Thursday game next week. The NFL is discussing possibly shifting the standard for playoff teams to include winning percentage as the primary...
12