As MLB teams near Opening Day, many of them are holding intrasquad and exhibition games to increase the competitive level in summer camp.
Strong pitching and shaky defense were the themes of the day as the Cardinals held their third intrasquad game of the summer at Busch Stadium on Sunday.
Protective face coverings won't be out of sight when Major League Baseball resumes in less than two weeks.
It’s a training camp unlike any in history, with expanded rosters on 24 teams coming back from a four-month absence to compete for the Stanley Cup.
Nearly four months to the day since the last puck dropped, the two sides put aside past differences to have a return-to-play plan in place.
The St. Louis Blues will play Aug. 2 against Colorado, Aug. 6 vs. the Vegas Golden Knights and Aug. 9 against the Dallas Stars, all in Edmonton.
Paul DeJong stole the show as the St. Louis Cardinals held their first intrasquad game since returning from the COVID-19 shutdown on Thursday evening.
Baseball players got a sense of what the game will be like without fans in the stands upon returning for workouts last week.
The St. Louis Cardinals' top two picks in the 2020 draft will be among 12 players training at the club's Double-A affiliate in Springfield, Mo.
IIHF chief René Fasel is encouraged after learning the NHL's pending labor deal opens the possibility of the world's best players returning to the Olympics.