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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Declaración de los Mets en el caso de Jenrry Mejía: "Estamos muy decepcionados de saber que Jenrry volvió a violar las normas del acuerdo antidopaje de las Grandes Ligas. Apoyamos por completo la política de MLB de eliminar todas las sustancias para mejorar el rendimiento del deporte. Conforme al acuerdo, no haremos ningún comentario adicional sobre esta suspensión."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Con su tercera suspensión por uso de sustancias prohibidas, Jenrry Mejía queda suspendido de por vida de Major League Baseball

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Mets Mejia permanently suspended

Reliever Jenrry Mejia has been permanently suspended from MLB after testing positive for Boldenone, his third performance-enhancing substance violation under the Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

Porzingis: I don't have a ceiling (2:00)

Report: Jay Bromley won't be charged

Following accusations of sexual assault from a January incident, the Giants DT will not face charges, according to a statement from his attorney and a media report. A high-ranking police official told the New York Daily News, "There's no criminality."

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Carmelo Anthony catches up with ESPN's Chauncey Billups at Media Day.

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Jets have what it takes to finish on top

With the league's best defensive line and expected improvement from young players in Todd Bowles' second season, it is realistic to imagine the Jets challenging in a top-heavy AFC. Following the Broncos' blueprint (Insider)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

En Tampa (donde estaremos desde el lunes): Ya llegó Masahiro Tanaka. El as japonés se sometió a cirugía para remover un espolón óseo en el codo el pasado mes de octubre.

Mets projected to have third highest win total in NL (1:32)
Reason to hope for Jets fans? (1:47)
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Knicks Daily Links: Friday

Top Headline: Kevin Seraphin hoping for a bigger role with Kurt Rambis as the head coach.

Islanders cruise past Kings (0:45)
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Odom cheered during appearance at Kanye event

Lamar Odom made his first public appearance since being found unconscious in October, showing up at Kanye West's New York Fashion Week show Thursday.

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Aaron Judge No. 36 prospect in 2016

The 6-foot-7, 275-pound Judge has a big arm that should make him an above-average right fielder in the bigs. He's the highest-ranked New York prospect out of the four in the top 100. Law: Top 100 prospects (Insider)

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Dominic Smith No. 29 prospect in 2016

Smith's defense is only good enough for first base, but he's one of the best pure hitters in the minors. Steven Matz and Amed Rosario are also in the top 50, while Gavin Cecchini rounds out New York's prospects on this list. Law: Top 100 prospects (Insider)