New York Teams

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Here come the draft-pick signings: The Jets have agreed to terms with seventh-round punter Lachland Edwards (Sam Houston State), his agent announced on Twitter. It's four years, $2.4M.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Charles Barkley responded to ex-Knick Charles Oakley, who questioned Barkley's toughness in a tweet on Wednesday night. "Charles Oakley doesn't like me, which is no big deal," Barkley said on TNT, per an accounting in the New York Post. "I don't like him or dislike him; I don't think about him. He's not important enough for me to think about. … He don't like me. I have no idea why."

Matt Martin: It's huge to get four lines rolling (2:15)

Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

Islanders forward Matt Martin and I discuss the importance of a team's ability to roll four lines, recap Game 3 and how to beat Lightning goalie Ben Bishop.

How can Jackson pass up Vogel for Rambis? (1:57)

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets announce staff additions with former judicial law clerk Natalie Jay becoming a cap specialist and ex-Net Sheldon Williams being named a pro scout.

Kim Klement/USA TODAY Sports
2hEric Karabell

Closer report: Three Yankees to own

Eric Karabell reminds owners of the pending return for Aroldis Chapman, but don't cut Andrew Miller and Dellin Betances

AP Photo/Alonzo Adams

Giants will feed Shepard the ball

Rueben Randle was the second most-targeted Giant last year, but he's no longer on the roster. Enter rookie Sterling Shepard, a second-rounder whom Mel Kiper Jr. expects will see plenty of action. Kiper: Impact rookies (Insider)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

It's unclear at this point if the Knicks will have interest in Frank Vogel, whose contract has not been renewed by the Pacers. Worth noting here: Vogel worked as an advance scout for Jackson and the Lakers in 2006. Jackson has said he'd "probably" limit his coaching interviews to people he knows. Theoretically, Vogel fits this description.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets rookies start arriving today for rookie minicamp, their first exposure to professional football. The media will have access to practices tomorrow and Saturday. There might be a Christian Hackenberg story or two.

New York teams both win big

The Mets shut out the Braves 8-0 while the Yankees blanked the Orioles 7-0 on Wednesday -- the second time that both New York teams won by shutout and scored at least 7 runs in the same day, per Elias Sports Bureau. The only other instance was Oct. 5, 1986.

New York teams both win big

The Yankees shut out the Orioles 7-0 while the Mets blanked the Braves 8-0 on Wednesday -- the second time that both New York teams won by shutout and scored at least 7 runs in the same day, per Elias Sports Bureau. The only other instance was Oct. 5, 1986.

Stephen A.: Barkley's no softy, but he's no Oakley (1:52)
Stats & Info

Matz moves on from rough start

Since his disastrous season debut against the Marlins on April 11, Steven Matz has been one of the best pitchers in baseball.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Phil Jackson has tweeted photos from Sioux Falls, Iowa and Nebraska in the last two days. You don't need me to tell you that Jackson is on vacation at the moment. The interesting thing here is that league sources say that some involved in the Knicks' coaching search have been informed that Phil is away at the moment, meaning the search is on hold. This could be Phil's way of distancing himself from certain candidates, or he could legitimately be taking a break from the coaching search. Either way, it's clear that the Zen Master marches to the beat of his own drum.

AP Photo/David Zalubowski
5hAdam Rubin

Series preview: Mets at Padres

The Mets kick off an 11-game trip West on Thursday night with Jacob deGrom due to start the first of four against the Padres in San Diego.

Christian Petersen/Getty Images
8hAdam Rubin

Morning Briefing: Mets pack hot bats for Cali

Thursday's New York Mets Morning Briefing continues to laud the team's power bats and wonders if they'll continue to sizzle on the West Coast.

Red Sox-Yankees rivalry heading back to New York (1:35)

1927 Yankees diary

  • Robert Hunt
  • 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.