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    • Giants turn things around after midseason slump

      Despite countless injuries and suffering through a seven-game losing streak earlier in the season, the Giants are finishing the 2014 campaign strong. Big Blue is currently riding a three-game winning streak and quarterback Eli Manning appears to have shaken off his slow start. More »

    • Yankees check in on Rockies' Tulowitzki

      The Yankees have joined the many teams in the market for shortstop Troy Tulowitzki. New York could offer a package including recently acquired Nathan Eovaldi, prospect Luis Severino and reliever Dellin Betances. Tulowitzki hit .340/.432/.603 in 91 games last season. More »

    • Piazza inching closer to Hall of Fame

      After being snubbed the previous two years, Mike Piazza is inching closer to gaining entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Piazza currently appears on 86 percent of the 39 ballots that have been made public. A player must appear on 75 percent of the 571 ballots to be inducted. More »

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      • Jets can't hang onto halftime lead, fall to Patriots

        The Jets went into halftime feeling good after a long Nick Folk field goal had them ahead, 10-7. Those feelings turned to despair in the fourth quarter, as the Jets' lead disappeared in a 17-16 setback. Geno Smith threw for 210 yards, but his costly interception led to the go-ahead TD. More »

      • No. 2 UConn puts hammer down against UCLA

        The UConn women's basketball team made quick work of UCLA on Sunday night as the No. 2 ranked Huskies defeated the Bruins, 86-50. All-American forward Breanna Stewart posted 22 points, five rebounds and five blocks for UConn. Kia Nurse added 11 points and six assists. More »

      • GEICO Week in New York: Dec. 22-28

        Rex Ryan may have coached his final home game for the Jets after Gang Green's disappointing loss to the Patriots, while Tom Coughlin continues to make the Giants' decision about his future a tough one. The Yankees and Mets completed a trade for the first time since 2004, More »

      • Talbot, Rangers shut out Hurricanes

        Fresh off his one-year extension, Cam Talbot stopped all 18 shots he faced to record his third shutout of the season, giving the Rangers their sixth straight win in the team's 1-0 victory over the Hurricanes. Ryan McDonagh scored the lone goal for the Blueshirts. More »

      • Plumlee's night paces Nets past Pistons

        Playing without Deron Williams and Brook Lopez, the Nets were able to snap their three-game losing streak Sunday night. Behind Mason Plumlee's game-high 21 points and 12 rebounds, Brooklyn held off a late fourth-quarter rally to defeat the struggling Pistons, 110-105. More »

      • Beckham Jr. steals show in win over Rams

        Odell Beckham Jr.'s case for Offensive Rookie of the Year could be closed. The wide receiver broke Jeremy Shockey's franchise rookie record for receptions after hauling in eight catches for 148 yards and two touchdowns in the Giants' 37-27 victory over the Rams on Sunday. More »

      • Knicks dropped by Raptors in Toronto

        The Knicks' losing streak reached five games Sunday night as the visitors fell to the Raptors in Toronto, 118-108. Carmelo Anthony recorded a game-high 28 points and five boards in the losing effort. Kyle Lowry paced the Raptors with 22 points and nine assists. More »

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