Yankees DH Alex Rodriguez will make a stop in Trenton with the Double-A Thunder for a minor league rehab assignment.
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Buster Olney explains why the Yanks should trade veteran Carlos Beltran and examines his trade market, details Giancarlo Stanton's struggles and more.
Mark Teixeira struggling to find power
Mark Teixeira started the season with three homers in his first seven games but has failed to go deep in 34 games since. "The first week, I thought, 'I'm going to hit 50 this year,'" Teixeira said. "I thought, 'Man, this is going to be a great season.' Then I just lost it. I lost the timing, and ever since I’ve been trying to get it back.” New York Daily News
CC Sabathia won his 100th game for the Yankees on Friday. In another lifetime, he won 106 for the Indians. Think of the trivia possibilities!
On average, wide receivers were paid $154,000 per reception last season, so Brandon Marshall at $79,500 per catch represents a bargain for the Jets.
While Victor Cruz is with the Giants for OTAs, he still isn't practicing and there's no reason to assume he'll be a contributor this season.
In Myles' first start for the 1927 Yankees, everything goes well. Until it doesn't. The Babe's partly to blame, but you won't find our diarist holding a grudge.
Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer
The Mets have "some curiosity" about first baseman James Loney, according to the Post's Joel Sherman. He can opt out with the Padres' Triple-A affiliate for a major league gig. Sherman suggests the Mets are not interested in Nick Swisher, who has a similar arrangement with the Yankees while playing in the minors.
The Jets will begin their OTAs Tuesday with Geno Smith leading the offense -- by default -- as the team tries to agree to terms with Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Matt Harvey was rocked Thursday by Washington, but Mets manager Terry Collins is showing faith in his right-hander by giving him the ball again.
As Alex Rodriguez returns, there are ways for him to help the Yankees win other than by playing every day. Like as a Righty One At-bat Guy -- the ROAG!
Your guess is as good as ours
Not sure who will win the NFC East this season? Join the club. The division hasn't had a repeat champion since 2003-04, and each team has at least two -- but no more than three -- division titles in the last 10 years.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
Yankees announce DH Alex Rodriguez will play tonight with Double-A Trenton as part of a rehab assignment.
Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer
The Jets have signed rookie RB Romar Morris, a UDFA from North Carolina. They waived TE Jerome Cunningham.
The Liberty re-signed Swin Cash 10 days after cutting her for salary-cap reasons.
Clutch homers are David Wright's forte
Wright's three-run homer in the third inning of Monday's game was all the offense the Mets needed as they went on to beat the Nats 7-1. The blast was Wright's 86th career go-ahead homer, passing Darryl Strawberry for most in Mets history, per ESPN Stats & Info.
Buster Olney & Jayson Stark debate whether Clayton Kershaw is the NL MVP & more. Plus, Alex Cora on potential trades for the Yankees and Clark Spencer on the surge of Ichiro.
Harvey gets another shot at Strasburg
Matt Harvey has typically matched up well against the Nationals' Stephen Strasburg, but that wasn't the case last Thursday. The two will square off once again on Tuesday.
On Monday, we learned that the Chicago Cubs were human, Yoenis Cespedes and Clayton Kershaw might not be, while two old dogs still have some bite.
Desperate to get out of running a lap for messing up a play during OTAs, Damon Harrison had to think quickly on his feet.
Coming off an outing in which he allowed a career-high nine runs in a career-low 2 2/3 innings, Matt Harvey gets another crack at the Nationals.
The latest notes, updates and analysis on the Knicks from around the web.
The Binghamton Mets came away with a walk-off win thanks to some nifty baserunning by L.J. Mazzilli.
"The Diary of Myles Thomas" is an experiment in storytelling, a genre we're calling real-time historical fiction. Experience the Roaring Twenties through the eyes of a mediocre pitcher on the greatest baseball team of all time.