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Watson wins third Travelers title; tourney raises $2M

Joe Cooper |

Bubba Watson, who clawed back from a six-stroke deficit on Sunday to win his third Travelers Championship title, announced Monday that he will donate $200,000 in winnings to the tournament's...

Hartford's Dunkin' Donuts Park named league's best stadium

Joe Cooper |

Dunkin' Donuts Park, home to the Double-A Hartford Yard Goats, is the minor league division's best ballpark, according to recent rankings.

NB Bees see higher ticket sales amid grassroots outreach

Q&A talks with Brad Smith, the general manager of the New Britain Bees, which is in its third season playing in the Atlantic League, a minor-league professional baseball organization. The team is...

U.S. women’s soccer returns to Rentschler Field

Joe Cooper |

Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field in East Hartford will again host the U.S. women's national soccer team in a four-team international tournament in July.

Jason Day returning to Travelers Championship

Joe Cooper |

Jason Day, the PGA's seventh-ranked golfer, is returning to the Travelers Championship next month at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, organizers said.

Hartford claws back some Dillon Stadium money

Matt Pilon |

The city of Hartford has recovered more money that was stolen by former would-be developers of Dillon Stadium, both of whom have since been imprisoned, Mayor Luke Bronin announced Wednesday.

Spieth returning to Travelers Championship to defend title

John Stearns |

Jordan Spieth, who won last year's Travelers Championship in dramatic fashion when he holed a bunker shot on the first hole of a playoff with Daniel Berger, is returning next month to defend his...

Name that Hartford soccer team

Gregory Seay |

Promoters working to bring a United Soccer League franchise to begin professional play in Hartford's Dillon Stadium in spring 2019 want the public's help choosing a team name.

Hartford to host annual PGA meeting in 2020

Joe Cooper |

Hartford will play host to the 104th PGA Annual Meeting at the Connecticut Convention Center in 2020.

Pro sport leagues urge CT to help preserve ‘integrity of the game’

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

Two major sports leagues sent retired stars to the Capitol on Tuesday to urge Connecticut to regulate sports gambling in a way that best preserves the integrity of professional athletics.

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