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    • Alderson: Mets feel happy with the players they have

      As today's non-waiver trade deadline came and went, the Mets elected to hold on to Bartolo Colon and Daniel Murphy. General manager Sandy Alderson decided against trading for prospects, and teams proved reluctant to part with Major Leaguers for the Mets' trade chips. More »

    • Smith leads Jets offense in training camp

      For the first time in Jets training camp, Geno Smith took all the reps with the Jets' first team on offense. GEICO SportsNite has insight from Smith and fellow quarterback Michael Vick on the Jets' quarterback situation and Smith's progress as a team leader on the offensive side of the ball. More »

    • Yankees trade for Arizona's Prado

      In their second trade of the day, the Yankees acquired Martin Prado from Arizona in exchange for slugging 24-year-old Minor Leaguer Peter O'Brien. Prado, 30, is hitting .270/.317/.370 this season and can play both the infield and the outfield. He is owed $11 million per year through 2016. More »

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      • Yankees acquire Drew from Red Sox

        In the teams' first trade since 1997, the Yankees and Red Sox agreed to a deal that sent Stephen Drew to the Yankees in exchange for Kelly Johnson. Drew, who played shortstop with Boston, will likely play second base for the Yankees. To make room, the Yankees DFA'd Brian Roberts. More »

      • Zuccarello open to long-term deal with Rangers

        Despite inking a one-year deal with the Rangers this summer, Mats Zuccarello still hopes to stay with the Blueshirts on a long-term basis. Zuccarello said the Rangers remain his preferred destination when he is a free agent next offseason. The forward tallied 59 points last season. More »

      • What do extensions mean for Wilkerson?

        Deals for the Cardinals' Patrick Peterson and the Cowboys' Tyron Smith, both 2011 draft picks, have triggered a discussion on how the Jets will treat any contract extension for Muhammad Wilkerson. Look for any deal for the defensive end to be worth at least $11 million per season. More »

      • Giants pessimistic about Wilson after injury

        David Wilson's future is unclear after the running back suffered an injury to his surgically repaired neck at practice this week. If a source is to be believed, Wilson needs a "miracle" to return to the field. The Giants are sure to be careful with him after he was injured so quickly. More »

      • Nets announce preseason schedule

        The Nets released their six-game preseason schedule Thursday, which includes a two-game trip to China to play the Sacramento Kings in October. Brooklyn opens their preseason slate against six-time Euroleague champions Maccabi Tel Aviv and will also play the Celtics and 76ers. More »

      • Milliner looks to continue momentum

        As the season nears, Jets cornerback Dee Milliner will ride the momentum from the end of last season to solidify his position as No. 1 cornerback in his second year. The loss of Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie has given Milliner another chance to prove his worth. More »

      • Tight ends a question mark for Giants

        With the start of the season around the corner, one of the biggest holes for the Giants is at tight end. The team has many unproven candidates, including Xavier Grimble, Larry Donnell and Adrien Robinson. Given their needs of blocking and receiving, Grimble may be the best option. More »

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