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    • No time to blink: MLB free agency underway, players can sign Nov. 4

      Mere hours after Madison Bumgarner recorded the final out of the World Series, Major League Baseball's free agency began at 9 a.m. Thursday. Teams have five days to decide whether to extend qualifying offers to eligible players. Free agents can officially sign deals beginning Nov. 4. More »

    • Knicks struggle in season-opening loss to Bulls

      The Knicks fell to the Bulls, 104-80, in their season opener Wednesday. In Derek Fisher's coaching debut, the offense struggled to get off the ground, with the Knicks shooting 36.5 percent from the field and going 3-of-17 on three-point attempts. New York next plays Cleveland on Thursday. More »

    • Bumgarner leads Giants to World Series title

      Madison Bumgarner shut the Royals out over five innings of relief in the Giants' 3-2 victory in Game 7. Michael Morse's RBI single in the fourth inning proved to be the game-winning hit. Bumgarner was named World Series MVP, and the Giants earned their third championship in five years. More »

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      • Nets slump to blowout loss in Boston

        The Nets fell to an ugly loss in Lionel Hollins' first game as coach, giving up 67 first-half points to the Celtics before falling to a 121-105 defeat. Mirza Teletovic led all Nets scorers with 20 points off the bench. Brooklyn will look to bounce back Saturday on the road against the Pistons. More »

      • Yankees eyeing Ibanez for hitting coach role?

        With the Yankees still searching for a hitting coach, speculation has grown that the team is waiting to talk to current Royals outfielder Raul Ibanez. The 42-year-old is widely respected throughout MLB for his hitting acumen, and he played for the Yankees during the 2012 season. More »

      • Moore suspended five games for illegal hit

        Rangers defenseman John Moore was suspended five games for an elbow to the head of Erik Haula that led to his ejection from Monday's win over the Wild. Moore had a hearing at the NHL office Wednesday afternoon, which led to speculation he would receive a longer suspension. More »

      • Back in Black: Reliever to throw next week

        After being shut down in early September due to a herniated disc in his neck and a right rotator cuff strain, Mets reliever Vic Black said he feels great and expects to start his offseason throwing program next week. Black finished the 2014 season with a 2.60 ERA in 34 2/3 innings. More »

      • Smith doesn't throw at practice Wednesday

        After injuring his shoulder making a tackle on his third interception in Sunday's loss, Geno Smith was benched and still has not resumed throwing in practice. If Smith is unable to play this week as Michael Vick's backup, Matt Simms will be signed from the practice squad. More »

      • Stepan to return to practice within a week

        Two days after skating on his own for the first time since fracturing his fibula in late September, Rangers center Derek Stepan should be returning to practice within the next week. Eligible to return from long-term IR on Monday, Stepan could play next week if he doesn't suffer a setback. More »

      • Knicks fans need to continue patient approach

        When Donnie Walsh took over as president of basketball operations in 2008, the Knicks preached patience in advance of clearing cap space for 2010. With new president Phil Jackson and coach Derek Fisher on board for 2014, the same approach is needed ahead of the summer of 2015. More »

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