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Was Monday a turning point for Harvey?

Matt Harvey tossed seven scoreless innings and allowed just two hits in a 1-0 win for the Mets over the White Sox. While he admitted one gem isn't a solution for his struggles, the signs were there that this was the old Harvey -- most notably in his fastball velocity. Five things we learned Monday

Prediction: Giants will be shopping again

Dan Graziano sees a repeat of last summer, with New York suddenly scurrying a few weeks before the season begins to bring in a veteran safety to help shore up the secondary. 100 NFL predictions

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

BREAKING: The Wilpon family, its businesses and charities have modified their agreement with the trustee looking to recover money for Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme victims. Some of the owed money has now been deferred. A first payment of $16 million is due to be paid by Wednesday. The remainder will be paid in four installments -- from 2017 through 2020 -- with an interest rate of 3.5 percent on the unpaid balance. More to follow at

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

There has been no official decision to place David Wright on the DL yet, but in-the-know people expect that to occur before Tuesday's game. Wright has a herniated disk in his neck.

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Fastball key for Harvey on Monday

Matt Harvey had his best start of the season on Monday, holding the White Sox to two hits over seven shutout innings. The right-hander had no problem dialing up the velocity on his fastball, an issue for him in his previous starts.

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Brian McCann gets all of one

McCann's 441-foot shot off Blue Jays reliever Aaron Loup on Monday is his longest home run as a member of the Yankees, per ESPN's Home Run Tracker.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks are scheduled to workout Gabe York today. The Arizona guard told reporters in Phoenix on Monday that he had a workout with the club slated for Tuesday. The Knicks don't currently have a draft pick but anticipate acquiring one, most likely in the early second round, per sources.

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Plenty of playing time for Shepard

Dan Graziano thinks rookie Sterling Shepard will open as the Giants' No. 2 wide receiver. Mike Clay is willing to go a step further, predicting the second-rounder will be on the field for nearly every pass play run by New York this season. 100 NFL predictions

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Monday's longest home runs

Several of baseball's top sluggers provided the fireworks on Memorial Day, as three players hit home runs over 450 feet. Carlos Gonzalez's career-long 469-foot shot off Reds reliever Tony Cingrani led the way.

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Liberty ready for another shot at Lynx

When the Liberty ran out of gas late last season, they could only wonder what might have been as the Lynx maintained their momentum to win the 2015 title. They meet tonight (ESPN2, 8 ET).

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Plenty of publicity for Pierre-Paul

Dan Graziano thinks the Giants defensive end will be the talk of training camp. He's focused, healthy and already being hyped about by teammates as looking much different than he did a year ago. 100 NFL predictions

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Reconciliation ahead for Jets, Fitz?

Rich Cimini sees Ryan Fitzpatrick returning to the team just before camp opens. His crystal ball also focuses on Muhammad Wilkerson and Sheldon Richardson. 100 NFL predictions

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's how Tuesday's New York tabloids played Matt Harvey's rebound start on their covers.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' invisible wide receivers -- Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall -- are back at practice today. They skipped the opening week in what appeared to be a show of solidarity for the unsigned Ryan Fitzpatrick. Unfortunately, today's practice is closed to the media. We'll have to wait until tomorrow to get their take.

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