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    • Yankees deal for Marlins' Eovaldi, send Prado to Miami

      The Yankees and Marlins have completed a five-player trade that will send Martin Prado and David Phelps to Miami in exchange for 24-year-old righty Nathan Eovaldi and two others. In 33 starts for the Marlins last year, Eovaldi posted a 4.37 ERA with 142 strikeouts and 43 walks. More »

    • Mornhinweg's offense grounded with Jets

      Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg arrived with a reputation for leading high-flying, pass-oriented offenses. That hasn't been the case during his two years with Gang Green, though. With no reliable quarterback, the Jets have been forced to stick with a run-first approach. More »

    • Giants prepping for tough Rams defense

      After two straight wins, the Giants are preparing for a different sort of test against a Rams defense that hasn't allowed a touchdown in three games. The Giants offense will be without injured running back Rashad Jennings, putting pressure on a passing attack that's played well recently. More »

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      • Reports: Mets step up offer for Tulowitzki

        According to reports, the Mets have discussed sending top pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard as part of a package for Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki. The career .299/.373/.517 hitter is owed $118 million through 2020. He has averaged 88 games per season since 2012. More »

      • Islanders to get boost on the blue line

        The Islanders will welcome back defensemen Johnny Boychuk and Travis Hamonic to an injury-shortened blue line Friday night against the Red Wings. Boychuk has been out for all of December with an upper-body injury, and Hamonic has missed seven games with an injured shoulder. More »

      • Brassard to return to Rangers practice Friday

        Derick Brassard will skate with the Rangers on Friday after being isolated from his teammates this week due to the mumps. Brassard has missed the Blueshirts' last two games and his status for this weekend is unknown. The eight-year veteran has 24 points in 27 games this season. More »

      • Pryor determined to prove doubters wrong

        Calvin Pryor's rookie season hasn't gone as hoped, but the safety plans on proving his critics wrong. Injuries throughout the Jets' secondary have forced Pryor to play out of position for much of the season. Still, the 22-year-old believes these experiences will only aid his development. More »

      • Knicks can't complete comeback against Bulls

        The Knicks battled back from an early deficit Thursday night against the Bulls but saw a fourth-quarter comeback fall short in a 103-97 loss. Without Carmelo Anthony and J.R. Smith, Tim Hardaway Jr. paced New York with 23 points. The Knicks have now lost 13 of their last 14 games. More »

      • UConn falls short against No. 2 Duke

        UConn hung tough Thursday against No. 2-ranked Duke at the Izod Center, but the Huskies ultimately lost, 66-56, dropping them to 4-4 on the season. Ryan Boatright led UConn with 22 points. Duke's Jahlil Okafor was held in check for the most part, scoring 12 points and hauling in 10 rebounds. More »

      • Plumlee is one of few bright spots for Nets

        A 10-14 start hasn't generated optimism in Brooklyn, but Mason Plumlee has given Nets fans some reason to hope. On a roster filled with veterans, Plumlee is one of the few effective youngsters. The 24-year-old is averaging 16.2 points and 9.6 rebounds per game over his last five contests. More »

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