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NL rookies outshining their AL counterparts (1:39)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks are interested in Joakim Noah, but he isn't the only big man on their radar. Another center some in the Knicks organization are high on is Timofey Mozgov, per league sources. The interest between Noah and the Knicks is strong and mutual. But Mozgov, an ex-Knick, provides an interesting alternative. With Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Rose and Kristaps Porzingis on the roster, the Knicks probably won't need a high-scoring center. Mozgov doesn't need touches and would provide mobile rim protection and rebounding. He also compares favorably to Noah in some categories (age: Mozgov is 29, Noah is 31; recent health: Noah was limited to 29 games last season due to a left shoulder injury).

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

This has been a tough few months for the Jets' Super Bowl III championship team. Three members of that team have passed away since April -- star OT Winston Hill, P Curley Johnson and now DL coach Buddy Ryan.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Rougned Odor told me he agreed with Joe Girardi in that he was surprised they were still playing after the 8th inning. Odor added he was also surprised that play was halted in the top of the 9th since they had been playing under the same heavy rain for a few innings.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Rangers having a little fun with the bus times departing the Bronx this morning... that would be 3:15 in the a.m...

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Kirby Yates: "We were one pitch away from winning a baseball game. I'm not proud of it but it happens and you move on."

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Rangers outlast rain delay to rally past Yankees (0:58)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yankees manager Joe Girardi said it was a poor decision to keep playing tonight, called it "dangerous". Said he didn't ask the umpires to stop the game on the top of the 9th.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

That's a wrap. At 2:44 a.m. Tuesday, the Yankees lost to the Rangers, 9-6. The game was marred by a three-hour and 35-minute delay in the top of the ninth. When play was stopped, the Yankees were up a run, but, upon resumption, wild reliever Kirby Yates hit three batters and allowed the Rangers to score four runs in the ninth. The game began with a 21-minute delay, even though there was no rain. First pitch was at 7:26 p.m. on Monday. It ended with Jacoby Ellsbury, the tying run at the plate, flying out to left.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

That's a wrap. At 2:44 a.m. Tuesday, the Yankees lost to the Rangers, 9-6. The game was marred by a three-hour and 35-minute delay in the top of the ninth. When play was stopped, the Yankees were up a run, but, upon resumption, wild reliever Kirby Yates hit three batters and allowed the Rangers to score four runs in the ninth. The game began with a 21-minute delay, even though there was no rain. First pitch was at 7:26 p.m. on Monday. It ended with Jacoby Ellsbury, the tying run at the plate, flying out to left.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The cleanup crew getting a head start before the game ends.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

After the three hour and 35 minute delay in the ninth inning, Yankees reliever Kirby Yates hit two batters to load the bases before giving up an Adrian Beltre two-run single to relinquish the lead. The Rangers lead 7-6 and are threatening to add more. It is approaching 2:30 a.m

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yankees reliever Kirby Yates hits 3 out of the 5 Rangers he has faced as Texas takes a 7-6 lead in the 9th inning at Yankee Stadium after a 3 hour and 35 minute rain delay.

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The beginning of the end for Alex Rodriguez

The New York Yankees benched Alex Rodriguez, who has struggled all season against righties, for the second consecutive day on Monday.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The delay was three hours and 35 minutes.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yankees-Rangers resumes at the top of the 9th inning after a rain delay of 3 hours and 35 minutes.

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