Red Sox ‘super excited’ as Fenway Park set to increase capacity in May — Boston Herald

Fenway Park is inching closer back to normalcy. In an announcement made by Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker on Tuesday, the next phase of the state’s COVID-19 reopening plan includes the further increased capacity of sports venues from 12% to 25%, effective May 10. That means Fenway Park’s capacity will increase from about 4,500 fans to…

Red Sox ‘super excited’ as Fenway Park set to increase capacity in May — Boston Herald

49ers players: Many will skip offseason workouts over COVID — Marin Independent Journal

The 49ers’ players joined a chorus Saturday from around the professional football world, announcing through the NFL Players Association that many of them won’t be involved in the team’s voluntary offseason program. The Niners’ players cited the coronavirus pandemic as a reason to hold a virtual offseason rather than in-person workouts this spring and summer.…

49ers players: Many will skip offseason workouts over COVID — Marin Independent Journal

Kings games postponed after 3rd member of Avalanche franchise tests positive for COVID-19 — Daily Breeze

The Avalanche is shutting down operations through Tuesday after after a third member of the franchise tested positive for COVID-19. Following the third positive test, Colorado canceled its morning skate Friday ahead of the night’s scheduled game against the Kings at Ball Arena. 419 more words

Kings games postponed after 3rd member of Avalanche franchise tests positive for COVID-19 — Daily Breeze

NASCAR, motorsports approach to virus vaccine varies greatly — The Denver Post

RICHMOND, Va. — Bubba Wallace says get the shot, like he did. Brad Keselowski says he hasn’t decided yet whether to get vaccinated against COVID-19 while Austin Dillion and reigning NASCAR Cup Series champion Chase Elliott say it’s a personal choice and no one else’s business, though Dillon’s Richard Childress Racing team did host a…

NASCAR, motorsports approach to virus vaccine varies greatly — The Denver Post

Post COVID-19, Jayson Tatum says he still needs inhaler to open lungs up before games — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

“I for sure feel better now than I did a month ago.”

Post COVID-19, Jayson Tatum says he still needs inhaler to open lungs up before games — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Celtics’ Evan Fournier Expresses Gratitude Amid COVID-Related Absence — NESN.com

Boston Celtics guard Evan Fournier continues to be sidelined due to the league’s COVID-19 health and safety protocols, but wanted too share a message of appreciate amid his absence. Fournier, who the Celtics acquired ahead of the NBA trade deadline, will miss a third straight game as he’s been ruled out of Friday’s game against […]

Celtics’ Evan Fournier Expresses Gratitude Amid COVID-Related Absence — NESN.com

Ohio State to allow 19,180 fans at Spring Game on April 17 — WOWK 13 News

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Ohio State will allow 19,180 fans at the Spring football game on April 17 at noon, OSU announced in a press release Thursday. The department anticipates approximately 4,500 tickets, at $5 per ticket, will be available to the general public. There will be a general public sale on Monday at 11…

Ohio State to allow 19,180 fans at Spring Game on April 17 — WOWK 13 News

6 officials out of NCAA Tournament after 1 tests positive — WANE 15

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Six officials won’t be working the NCAA Tournament because one tested positive for COVID-19 and five others were deemed close contacts after arriving in Indianapolis. NCAA senior vice president of basketball Dan Gavitt confirmed the details Tuesday. CBS Sports first reported that the officials received permission to leave for dinner together when their rooms…

6 officials out of NCAA Tournament after 1 tests positive — WANE 15