Fans have been given a history lesson of 20th century sports, but live events are what they crave, even if they can't attend them.
Lennon: This week is big for MLB, Players Association
The fact that time is running out should help bring sides together on money matters.
Glauber: Graves hopes new rules will help minority hiring
Executive director of the Fritz Pollard Alliance has worked with NFL to come up with a more robust set of measures.
Lennon: Horwitz serves up a loving Mets family album
Horwitz is respected by players and front office members alike for his unflagging loyalty despite working for perhaps the most turbulent franchise in baseball,
Popper: To minimize risk, NBA shouldn't invite all 30 teams
While reports have surfaced of a return to games in mid-July in Orlando, one thing that has not been spoken out loud is just who will be invited.
How two announcers will approach calling games with no fans
Ron Darling and Brian Anderson differ on the impact of no fans in the venue will have on broadcasting a game.
Lennon: Healthy back-and-forth on virus issues key first step for MLB, union
For now, both sides still believe baseball can get started again despite the COVID-19 protocols. But there is still the matter of money to be discussed.
Lennon: MLB, union remain far apart in negotiations
With both sides dug in, this seems like it could take a while.
Lennon: Cuomo gives thumbs-up, now it's up to baseball
On MLB commissioner Rob Manfred's return-to-play checklist, securing the support of government officials had to be considered at the top.
Best: An extraordinary run for Bulls and ESPN
What no one associated with 'The Last Dance' could have foreseen when it was being developed was what it became for many of us: a welcome bit of appointment sports programming in a time without sports.
Lennon: MLB's return will need to be by the book
MLB is trying to prevent the coronavirus from delivering a knockout blow to its return-to-play strategy, which is outlined in a 67-page manual presented to the Players Association.