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Leadoff homer doesn't rock Pineda

Michael Pineda allowed a home run to George Springer on his first pitch of the game, but settled down to allow no more runs in seven innings of work on Monday. The last Yankees pitcher to allow exactly one run in at least seven innings after giving up a leadoff homer in the first inning was Jack McDowell on July 13, 1995, the Elias Sports Bureau reports.

Smith: Critics of MJ should look to white athletes too (1:09)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets report tomorrow to training camp and they still have two ongoing contract disputes -- QB Ryan Fitzpatrick and No. 1 pick Darron Lee. Lee is one of only three unsigned first rounders. As for Fitzpatrick, it's hard to predict. You'd think the two sides would be motivated by a sense of urgency.

Don't tell Stephen A. there's less pressure on Carmelo to win with Knicks (1:21)

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Heat $50 million G Tyler Johnson told reporters of his contract figure and signing the Nets' restricted offer sheet which Miami matched: "I threw up a couple times when I heard the number go out there. I was in shock. I even lost a little bit of weight just because of the anxiety of going through the process, not knowing where I was going to be. I mean, I was almost 100 percent sure I was going to end up in Brooklyn. But it's just an incredible feeling and I'm excited to get back to work."

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Yankees pitching like they want to buy

Aroldis Chapman is a big loss, but New York will do fine without him if its staff continues to pitch like it has in its first 11 games since the All-Star break.

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Monster numbers from Beckham, Gordon

Odell Beckham Jr. has more receiving yards through two seasons than anyone else since the 1970 merger, ahead of Randy Moss and Jerry Rice. Meanwhile, Josh Gordon ranks fourth all-time on that list.

Odell Beckham Jr. shows no mercy at his camp (0:22)
Beckham races against kids (0:29)
Cashman couldn't pass up opportunity to trade Chapman (1:45)

Who will the Jets start at quarterback?

Is it really a QB battle if one of the two isn't even on the roster? Well, yes, at least until Ryan Fitzpatrick's future is set. John Clayton doesn't expect Geno Smith to hold off Fitzpatrick if the latter re-signs in New York. QB battles

Greeny giddy over Marshall picture with Fitzpatrick (1:36)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

In a Twitter poll, big man Larry Sanders included the Knicks in a list of teams he asked users to choose from, asking the question, "Which team do you believe will utilize my skills the best???" The Knicks, according to a league source, are not among the teams who have expressed interest in Sanders at this point.

How did the Yankees fare in Chapman deal? (1:14)

1927 Yankees diary

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