The minor league baseball season has been cancelled but Truist Field is still hosting baseball. The Piedmont Pride of the Southern Collegiate Baseball League are calling uptown Charlotte home for the 2020 season and it is truly a blessing.
Yesterday, the Minor League Baseball season was cancelled which means no baseball for the Charlotte Knights, the Kannaoplis Cannon Ballers, and the Hickory Crawdads. And more than just baseball players will be hurt by this.
“If changes don’t come into place, it’s going to be very hard for us to put any of our fall sports seasons together.” That quote coming from South Carolina High School League commissioner Jerome Singleton as the league starts to look into alternative plans for fall sports seasons
With the news of former Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton signing with the New England Patriots, it’s time to completely close that chapter in the Charlotte book of great sports eras for Panthers fans. Something the Panthers have already done with new starting QB Teddy Bridgewater in house
It was a gloomy, rainy day at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Tuesday and that matched the mood inside the track as the thought settled in that the NASCAR All-Star Race was being moved from Charlotte to Bristol.
Even though, the Charlotte Hornets won’t be a part of the NBA season restart on July 30th, there is a lot to look forward to. Crazy to think that when the all-time leading scorer in Kemba Walker leaves the previous off season but the young Hornets in this post Kemba era can really play.
For many years in the NFL, players speaking their minds when it comes to social injustice often came with consequences like being release. But the Carolina Panthers are one of the teams doing something to change that.
We have seen Carolina Panthers players at peaceful protest in Charlotte and today we heard strong word from head coach Matt Rhule as he spoke out against racism. And Panthers owner David Tepper is behind all of them 100%.
As people continue to protest racism and police brutality all over this country, some Carolina Panthers joined in making their voices heard here in Charlotte in the Justice Walk for George Floyd. Linebacker Shaq Thompson and safety Tre Boston
As the country continues to protest the death of George Floyd, pro athletes and teams also express their outrage and on Sunday, Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan released a statement in part saying “we have had enough.”
Will Shipley has been heavily recruited since his freshman year at Weddington. That means a lot of calls from coaches and recruiters and fans of programs wanting him to go to their schools. But with his commitment to Clemson, all of that ends and he is thrilled about that.
History will be made on September 5th as Myers Park and South Pointe will play the first ever high school football game in the 24 year history of Bank of America Stadium. Certainly a night that neither of these teams or communities will ever forget.
We are 11 days from the restart of the NASCAR season. The first major sport in the country to come back. There will be some regulations put in place to keep folks safe during this time of the pandemic and the big question will be, how will the racing on the track be?
For the Charlotte Hornets, the stoppage of the season due to COVID-19 could not have come at a worse time. They had won 2 of their last 3 games including a road win the day before the season was put on pause.
A huge get on Tuesday for the Clemson Tigers as the #1 all-purpose running back in the nation in the class of 2021 committed to Dabo Swinney’s program. Weddington’s Will Shipley made his announcement on his Twitter page.