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    • Giants expected to place franchise tag on Pierre-Paul

      The deadline to designate players as franchise or transition players is 4 p.m. on Monday, and the Giants have a decision to make. GM Jerry Reese and Big Blue are expected to use their franchise tag on Jason Pierre-Paul, paying the defensive end a little over $14 million next season. More »

    • Mets keeping tabs on Lagares' elbow

      A strained elbow limited Juan Lagares to 116 games in 2014, and the Mets are taking extra precautions to avoid another injury. Lagares has been cleared for all baseball activities, but the team is working on limiting the 25-year-old's throwing to decrease wear and tear in 2015. More »

    • Two groups emerge as potential Nets buyers

      According to a report, groups from China and Qatar have shown interest in purchasing the Brooklyn Nets from current owner Mikhail Prokhorov. Other suitors who have expressed interest in buying the team include mogul David Geffen and former Time Warner CEO Richard Parsons. More »

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      • Rangers acquire Coyotes D Yandle

        The Rangers were looking to make a splash before Monday's trade deadline, and they did so, reportedly acquiring defenseman Keith Yandle from the Arizona Coyotes. The full deal has not been finalized, but John Moore and Anthony Duclair are reportedly headed to the desert. More »

      • GEICO Week in New York: March 2-8

        With Spring Training officially underway, the Mets still haven't acquired a shortstop, leaving Wilmer Flores to man the position. The Yankees open their Grapefruit League schedule Tuesday, while the Mets start Wednesday. In the NHL, the Rangers made noise on the trade front. More »

      • Rangers acquire Sheppard in third trade of day

        After bolstering their blue line earlier Sunday, the Rangers added to their front line with their third trade of the day, acquiring center James Sheppard from the Sharks for a 2016 fourth-round pick. Sheppard, 26, is owed $1.3 million this season, some of which the Sharks will still be paying. More »

      • Rangers trade Stempniak to Jets for Klingberg

        The Rangers have been busy on the trade front during the first day of March. After acquiring defenseman Keith Yandle earlier this afternoon, New York shipped forward Lee Stempniak off to Winnipeg in exchange for 24-year-old Carl Klingberg, who has appeared in two games this season. More »

      • Behind Purvis' career day, Huskies stun SMU

        Rodney Purvis scored a career-high 28 points, and the UConn men's basketball team claimed its biggest win of the season. Keyed by Purvis, and 23 points from Ryan Boatright, the Huskies stunned 21st-ranked Southern Methodist, 81-73, on Sunday afternoon in Hartford. More »

      • Zuccarello, Rangers closing in on extension

        What a difference a few hours can make. After rumors swirled early Sunday that Mats Zuccarello would be traded, and Alain Vigneault went so far as to question his playing status for Monday night's game, reports now indicate that Zuccarello will likely sign a contract extension with the team. More »

      • Collins leaning towards Cuddyer in LF

        Terry Collins said he is leaning toward playing Michael Cuddyer in left field, keeping Curtis Granderson in right field. Cuddyer is deaf in his left ear but said he is still capable of starting in left, reportedly stating, "Not even in the slightest," when asked if his loss of hearing will hurt his play. More »

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