The Latest on the effects of the new coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:
CHICAGO (AP) — Ed Farmer rooted for the White Sox growing up on Chicago's South Side and went on to become an All-Star reliever for them.
New Orleans Saints Coach Sean Payton confessed that loose lips may have generated a headline where none should have been.
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker found himself in need of an assist to help the state fight the coronavirus pandemic.
The request to Premier League players from British health secretary Matt Hancock was direct: “Take a pay cut.”
If Jordan Love, who some project as a top-10 pick in the upcoming draft, is still available when the Packers pick at No. 30, it sounds like GM Brian Gutekunst will be ready.
Alabama coach Nick Saban doesn’t believe extending preseason camp for college football teams around the country is necessarily the best way to get them ready for the season.
CINCINNATI (AP) — "People ask me what I do in winter when there is no baseball. I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.” — Rogers Hornsby (1896-1963), baseball Hall of Famer
Tim Harrison made the long drive from South Carolina to his home just south of Boston with a lot on his mind.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Gonzaga and Michigan stood out in a study that seeded men’s and women’s NCAA Tournament brackets based on graduation rates, academic success and diversity in the head-coaching ranks.
MIAMI (AP) — Orlando’s Steve Clifford figures he’s like every other NBA coach right now: Wake up, go to whatever now serves as the office, study his own team, maybe think about possible opponents, and resume planning.