“Cash” Shaffer is money on the diamond

  Year 3 looming large for Baker Mayfield

  Elyria Catholic in good hands with Frantz

  Bowling alleys allowed to reopen in Ohio this week; some choose to stay closed

Cleveland Cavaliers star Andre Drummond leaves $1,000 tip at a Florida restaurant for waitress

NBA spokesperson: NBA, NBPA are engaged on exploratory talks to return for single-site games in late July

Continued Coverage

  NASCAR to honor Elyria soldier

On this day in 2009: LeBron James hits game-winning buzzer-beater 3 against Orlando Magic in game 2 of Eastern Conference Finals (video)

  Former Akron runners trying to save Cross Country

Indians sneak Nicolas Cage into 39 lineup graphics last season without any fans noticing

Record-breaking walleye fishing in Lake Erie could continue in months to come, wildlife officials forecast

  Sports history on display in Lakewood

Training for students participating in Ohio school sports programs can resume May 26

Even though there is uncertainty surrounding what the 2020-21 school year will look like, Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted said training for student-athletes can resume soon.

“The world needs sports”

Jarvis Landry ahead of schedule, but proceeding cautiously

Tretter leading NFL players through COVID-19 concerns

Browns center proceeding cautiously as union president.

  Ohio youth summer sports return, other sports remain sidelined due to pandemic

Last week, Governor Mike Dewine gave the go-ahead on a handful of summer sports leagues to begin later this month.

  Captains waiting to set sail on 2020 season

  “A year for a lot of firsts”

New MLB rules: shower at home, don’t spit, Mr. Met stay away

  Ohio says it’s OK to play ball this summer, but are there too many restrictions?

Paralympics lost, but only for now

Cribbs defends Harrison

Mike Tomlin ‘handed me an envelope’: James Harrison makes stunning claim on Steelers head coach after 2010 helmet-to-helmet hit against Mohamed Massaquoi

Linebacker James Harrison, an Akron native who went onto Kent State before being picked up by the Pittsburgh Steelers, said head coach Mike Tomlin handed him an envelope a decade ago, after Harrison viciously knocked Cleveland Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi out of a game.

  Perelka wrestling with what might have been

John Carroll sophomore training for another shot

  Izzy Saridakis ready to reach new heights

Richfield native in record books as pole vaulter

Myles Garrett visits Pennsylvania family that lost home in devastating fire

Myles Garrett doesn’t have a problem with every person in Pennsylvania.

Nance “cautiously optimistic” about season resuming

Cavs forward wants to play

  Bedford star catching on with John Carroll

Bearcat heads to JCU on academic scholarship

  Bedford star catching on with John Carroll

Bearcat heads to JCU on academic scholarship

AP source: MLB owners OK plan that could lead to July start

Spring training 2.0 in mid-June

Monsters officially shut it down

AHL cancels the rest of the season

Cavs players return to Cleveland Clinic Courts

Cedi Osman and a few others return to the floor

St. Ed’s Wainright playing the waiting game

COVID-19 throwing a curveball to top prospect’s draft hopes

  Chambers continues to clear hurdles during crisis

Magnificat star finding new ways to train

Browns 2020 schedule released! Cleveland will face Baltimore in season opener

Bengals in Week 2 gives docket early AFC North flavor

Key to sports coming back? Testing

“What degree of risk are you willing to assume?"

  Bedford H.S. bowler creating new lanes

Brayon Miller's racking up more than strikes

Browns 2020 single-game home game tickets go on sale Thursday night

The NFL continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic.

Reports: Indians hoping to start ‘Spring Training 2.0’ on June 10 with eyes on July 1 for Opening Day

Cleveland fans may finally have a date to countdown to when the Indians can be back in action, according to reports.

  Rewind: Shula’s 2014 sitdown

Legend talks '64 Browns

  Cuellar crushed it at CWRU

Softball star looks back on World Series run

OBJ says 2020 season going to be best, feels better after off-season surgery

Odell Beckham Jr.'s first season in Cleveland was a bit underwhelming. Still, the star wide receiver looks to put the injury-plagued season behind him and move on with a bright outlook of the future.

  Northeast Ohio native and NFL Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90 years old

Don Shula, an NFL Hall of Fame coach and native of Northeast Ohio, has died.

Browns’ Denzel Ward surprises individuals, small businesses struggling from pandemic by covering their monthly expenses

Cleveland Browns cornerback Denzel Ward is paying a large monthly expense for 21 individuals and small businesses affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

Cleveland Indians top prospect suspended 80 games for performance enhancing drug violation

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred announced Friday that Cleveland Indians pitcher Emmanuel Clase has received an 80-game suspension without pay after testing positive for Boldenone, a performance-enhancing substance.

Bridgestone Senior Players Championship will tee off in August

Fans will be able to attend

  Local teen adjusting ‘swimmingly’

Builds training pool in garage

Local Division II long shot aiming for NFL

Notre Dame College WR signs with Jacksonville

22 game Cleveland Indians winning streak to be replayed on SportsTime Ohio

The 22 game winning streak from Aug. 24, to Sept. 14, 2017 was the longest winning streak in American League history and the second longest in Major League history.

Joe Thomas willing to pass on more than blocking tips

Browns legend big fan of first-round pick

Cleveland Indians announce credit and refund options for March and April games

The Cleveland Indians announced on Wednesday that fans can either receive a “flexible bonus credit,” or a refund, for March and April home games that have not yet been played due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  Putting modern-day challenges on the mat

John Carroll star wrestler creating new workouts

  Local baseball star still swinging for the fences

Berea-Midpark shortstop ready for next step

Hooray for ‘Hollywood’! Higgins staying put

Receiver signs one-year deal with Browns

Dates announced for scheduled 2021 NFL Draft in Cleveland

City leaders, as well as representatives from the Browns organization, released more details on Tuesday about the date and venues hosting the 2021 draft in Cleveland.

Reports: NBA targeting May 8 for facilities to reopen

The NBA is targeting May 8 date for facilities reopen, according to multiple reports.

Browns exercise options on Garrett and Njoku

Both signed through 2021 season

  Cleveland is full speed ahead towards 2021 NFL Draft

Expected to draw more than 100,000 people

Gates’ way to success

Cleveland State coach talks recruits, challenges and ,,, Michael Jordan

Cleveland Indians committed to paying majority of full-time employees through June 30

The Cleveland Indians have committed to paying majority of their full-time employees through June 30 after 40 senior staff members agreed to take pay cuts to help out.

Cleveland Cavaliers plans to reopen facilities on Friday still ‘TBD’ despite NBA approval

The NBA will be allowing its players to return to their teams training facilities starting Friday, providing the local government does not have a stay-at-home order in response due to the coronavirus pandemic, The Associated Press reports.

5 reasons to watch Tailgate 19 draft special

Expert draft analysis

UPDATE: Cleveland Browns select Michigan wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones with 187th pick in 2020 NFL Draft

The Browns select wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones out of Michigan in the sixth round. Earlier Saturday, the team selected center Nick Harris out of Washington in the fifth round. The team also selected tight end Harrison Bryant out of Florida Atlantic in the fourth round.

Cleveland Browns donate 3,500 homemade face masks to University Hospitals

University Hospitals asked the community to help them reach a goal of getting 100,000 homemade face masks to give to caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Cleveland Browns answered.

UPDATE: Cleveland Browns select LSU linebacker Jacob Phillips with 97th pick in 2020 NFL Draft

Earlier this evening, the Browns selected defensive tackle Jordan Elliott from Missouri with the 88th pick in the third round, and the team drafted safety Grant Delpit out of LSU with the 44th pick in the second round.

2020 NFL Draft: Cleveland Browns select OL Jedrick Wills with 10th overall first round pick

The Cleveland Browns have seven picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, and they’re on the verge of making their first round selection.

Cleveland Browns stay tight-lipped on 10th pick in 2020 NFL Draft

Nobody knows what Browns will do

Cleveland’s Terry Francona shares hilarious story from his time managing NBA legend Michael Jordan

With a resurgence of interest again for Michael Jordan, thanks to the 10-part TV series “The Last Dance,” Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona decided to share his unique connection to the NBA legend.

Bay High School sophomore honored with national courage award for overcoming health obstacles

A Bay High School student is being recognized nationally for his courageous efforts.

Dayton’s Trautman ready to make history

One of top TE's in Draft

Bachie ready to tackle NFL

Brook Park native wouldn’t mind happy homecoming

Fans sue MLB, teams over ticket money, ask for class action

Opening day on March 26 was pushed back until mid-May at the earliest after a national emergency was declared due to the new coronavirus pandemic.

Lalos taking aim at NFL Draft

Former St. Vincent-St. Mary star ready for “dream come true”

  Tri-C softball longing to get back on the diamond

“Tops” denied chance to return to Nationals

  Trinity athlete spearheads social media movement

High school students and teachers propping each other up online

Kevin Love donates lunches to workers at the Cleveland Clinic-Avon Hospital

Love ordered a total of 265 meals from the Avon restaurants Strip Steakhouse and the Tree House.

Browns call latest rumors of trading OBJ “completely false”

“I have no reason to believe that he doesn’t want to be here”

Indians’ Francona intrigued by MLB options to start season

“I admit, I miss baseball.”

Owner of Summit Motorsports Park says he’s not waiting for permission to open from Gov. DeWine

The owner of Summit Motorsports Park in Huron County said he is opening his raceway for the 2020 season no matter what.

  Former goalie still lending a big hand

Cleveland Crunch star sending supplies to clinics