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    • Yankees rejected apology offer from Rodriguez

      On the heels of his meeting with new MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, Alex Rodriguez wanted to offer an apology to the Yankees as well. Unlike Manfred, however, the Yankees had no interest in A-Rod's remorse, saying a meeting would not occur until the team opens camp in February. More »

    • Alderson jokes about not acquiring shortstop

      Mets fans may not be laughing about the team's shortstop situation, but Sandy Alderson was Saturday. Before introducing Cal Ripken Jr. at an awards dinner, the Mets GM said, "It's a big night for me and for Mets fans, who have been waiting all winter for me to introduce a shortstop." More »

    • Cardozo rallies past Wings Academy for title

      Cardozo overcame a nine-point deficit in the final minutes of the SNY Invitational final Saturday night, rallying past Wings Academy, 50-47, to win the tournament's championship. Cardinal Hayes claimed the consolation game earlier in the day, slipping past Long Island Lutheran. More »

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      • Nets blown out again in loss to Jazz

        The Nets fell to their second straight blowout defeat Saturday night in a 108-73 loss to the Jazz. Utah blew the game open in the second quarter, outscoring Brooklyn 33-16 to take a big lead into halftime. The loss pushes the Nets down to ninth place in the Eastern Conference. More »

      • Knicks' winning streak snapped in New Orleans

        Without Carmelo Anthony in the lineup, the Knicks' offense struggled in a 76-71 loss to the Hornets on Saturday night in New Orleans. New York mustered just 35 percent shooting from the field and scored 34 points in the second half. Tim Hardaway Jr. led the Knicks with 25 points. More »

      • A-Rod secretly meets with new commissioner

        Alex Rodriguez secretly met with new MLB commissioner Rob Manfred earlier this week in an attempt to create good will as he returns from his year-long suspension. Rodriguez initiated the meeting with the hope that the two sides can be on the same page in the season ahead. More »

      • Wright believes Mets can make playoffs

        After an injury-plagued 2014, David Wright is looking forward to better health and fortune for the Mets in 2015. The third baseman believes the team is good enough to contend for a playoff spot in the season ahead. The 32-year-old batted .269/.324/.374 in 134 games last year. More »

      • Syracuse comes up short against Miami

        Syracuse slumped to its sixth loss this season Saturday against Miami, falling short in a 66-62 defeat at home. The two teams were tied at halftime, but Miami pulled away in the second half before holding on for the win. Rakeem Christmas led all scorers with 23 points. More »

      • NHL announces return of World Cup of Hockey

        The World Cup of Hockey will be returning in 2016, commissioner Gary Bettman announced Saturday. The tournament will feature eight teams -- Canada, the United States, the Czech Republic, Russia, Sweden, Finland, Team Europe and Team North American Youngstars. More »

      • Report: Salary cap expected to be $72 million

        With nine players slated to hit free agency next season and a tight cap-space situation, the Rangers need all the help they can get. According to reports, the NHL has assured the Board of Governors the salary cap will be at least $72 million for the 2015-16 season. More »

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