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    • Sabathia better, but Yankees offense falls flat in loss to Angels

      CC Sabathia gave up a pair of home runs but only allowed four runs in 7 1/3 innings Monday night. The Yankees offense managed seven hits but plated just a single run against CJ Wilson and the Angels bullpen in a 4-1 loss. Alex Rodriguez drove in the Yankees' lone run. More »

    • Brett Gardner named AL Player of the Week

      Brett Gardner hit .500/.581/.885 over the past week, and for that, he was named the American League Player of the Week. Gardner smashed a pair of homers, four doubles, scored nine runs and drove in six to boost his average to .300. Colorado's Nolan Arenado took the NL award. More »

    • Stepan expected to cash in

      Derek Stepan was given a qualifying offer from the Rangers, as the club retained negotiating rights with the restricted free agent. Still, Stepan, 25, is coming off a 55-point season and is expected to make roughly $6 million next season even if the Rangers sign him to a long-term deal. More »

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      • Agent expects Eli to sign a new deal with Giants

        Eli Manning is scheduled to enter unrestricted free agency after the 2015 season, but his agent is not worried about his client hitting the open market. Tom Condon, who represents Manning, believes the Giants will sign the two-time Super Bowl MVP to a new deal before he hits free agency. More »

      • Murphy's return signals new infield alignment

        Daniel Murphy is expected to be activated from the disabled list Tuesday, but will he return to his regular position, second base? According to Terry Collins, Wilmer Flores will take over duties at second base for the time being, moving Murphy over to third and leaving Ruben Tejada at short. More »

      • Islanders close to deals with Lee, Hickey

        When given a chance on the top line this past season, Anders Lee thrived for the Islanders, potting a career-high 25 goals. According to reports, the Isles are close to re-signing the 24-year-old forward as well as striking a new deal with defenseman Thomas Hickey, a restricted free agent. More »

      • Knicks frontrunners to sign Monroe, Afflalo

        With an abundance of cap space, the Knicks are likely to be big players in free agency. Early reports suggest that president Phil Jackson already has his eyes on two big-name free agents: forward Greg Monroe and guard Arron Afflalo. New York is believed to be the frontrunner to land both. More »

      • Nets, Grizzlies discussed deal for Johnson

        According to reports, the Nets and Grizzlies discussed a deal revolving around Joe Johnson. Although a trade wasn't completed, the Nets still believe they will be able to deal the 33-year-old guard this offseason. Johnson is slated to make $24 million in the final year of his contract. More »

      • Dodgers, Cubs interested in Niese

        With the Mets looking to deal one of their starters to make room for Steven Matz and Noah Syndergaard, general manager Sandy Alderson has reportedly received some interest in Jon Niese from the Dodgers and Cubs. In 14 starts this season, Niese has a 3-7 record with a 4.12 ERA. More »

      • Rangers, Hagelin didn't discuss extension

        Carl Hagelin's pending free-agent status played a part in the draft-day deal that sent the winger, along with picks, to the Ducks for Emerson Etem and the No. 41 selection. Afterward, Hagelin said he didn't think the cap-strapped Rangers had spoken much to his agent about an extension. More »

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