New York Teams

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3mAdam Rubin

Sunday's Mets-Giants lineups

Noah Syndergaard gets the start for the Mets against Madison Bumgarner and the Giants.

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Ma is placing his smart money on Jets, Steelers (0:49)
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Yankees' lineup continues to struggle (1:06)

Jets' best pick: Darron Lee

The outside linebacker from Ohio State, drafted with the No. 20 overall pick, offers rare athleticism. Lee has the ability to cover both running backs and tight ends one-on-one. Todd McShay (Insider)

Giants' best pick: B.J. Goodson

Needing linebackers, New York snagged a good one in the fourth round. Although he had some durability issues in college, the Clemson inside linebacker always seemed to be around the football. Todd McShay (Insider)

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10hWallace Matthews

Yankees showing no signs of life

After another night with virtually no offense, it might be time for the New York Yankees to realize a harsh truth: Their time has passed for good.

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Wright messes with the camera (0:15)
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Red Sox continue Yankees' woes with 8-0 win (1:25)
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Big Papi stays hot, crushes another home run (0:37)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Terron Beckham, a cousin of Giants star Odell Beckham, Jr, will attend the Jets' rookie minicamp next weekend on a non-roster tryout basis, according to his agent, Mike Celli. Beckham (5-11, 223) is a chiseled running back who has become in Internet sensation. Beckham, who didn't play college ball, reportedly ran a 4.47 40 in a recent pro day before a handful of scouts. The Jets spoke to Celli several times in recent days and extended the invitation.

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

VIDEO: Jacob deGrom discusses Saturday's outing. He allowed three runs -- none earned -- on two hits and four walks in six innings. DeGrom lamented the walks as well as not picking up teammate Wilmer Flores after a throwing error at third base in the third inning.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Luke Walton's deal (5 years, $5-6 million per year, per ESPN) & Scott Brooks' deal (reportedly 5 years, $35 million) make you wonder about David Blatt's value/market if Phil Jackson chooses to make him an offer. Knicks ownership is already paying Jackson and the fired Derek Fisher a total of approximately $80 million. Given that, how much will ownership want to pay its next head coach?

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Mets edge Giants to win eighth straight (1:15)

1927 Yankees diary

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  • Immerse yourself in the 1927 Yankees

    "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.