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    • Giants release wide receiver Mario Manningham

      The Giants signed Mario Manningham to a one-year deal to try to gain receiving depth. Yet, that experiment did not work out. Manningham was on injured reserve with a calf injury, and Big Blue reached an injury settlement to release the former Super Bowl hero Tuesday. More »

    • Fisher must forge identity with Knicks

      Although Phil Jackson makes headlines as the builder of the Knicks, the Zen Master is not coaching the club. Derek Fisher is in Year 1 as the team's bench boss and must forge an identity removed from Jackson in order to succeed as a head coach in the NBA. More »

    • deGrom named NL Rookie of the Month

      Jacob deGrom was given another award in 2014. The Mets rookie right-hander was named NL Rookie of the Month for September. The 26-year-old went 2-0 with a 1.67 earned-run average in 27 innings in the season's final month. deGrom is also the favorite for NL Rookie of the Year. More »

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      • No progress between Rangers, Staal

        The NHL season starts next week, and that will also open the final year on Marc Staal's contract. Although Staal has been one of the Rangers' most consistent defensemen since breaking into the league, the club has not made any progress on a new deal for the seven-year blueliner. More »

      • Yankees working on extension for Cashman

        The Yankees and Brian Cashman are reportedly moving toward a contract extension. Cashman has been the club's GM for 17 years, and although the Yanks missed the playoffs in 2014, the team's brass doesn't see Cashman as the problem. His current contract is set to expire Oct. 31. More »

      • Report: Islanders' sale approved

        The sale of the Islanders from Charles Wang to Jon Ledecky and Scott Malkin has reportedly been approved by the NHL's Board of Governors. As part of the deal, Ledecky and Malkin will serve as minority owners for two years before assuming majority control of the franchise. More »

      • Niese represents Mets' best trade chip

        With the Mets hoping to add offense this winter, Jon Niese will be the club's best trade chip, and an attractive player for teams in need of starting pitching. Niese finished 2014 with a 3.40 ERA in 30 starts and is under contract through 2016, but his deal also includes two team options through 2018. More »

      • Beltran undergoes elbow surgery Tuesday

        Carlos Beltran underwent surgery to remove bone spurs in his right elbow Tuesday in New York. The 37-year-old can begin throwing in six weeks and start playing within three months. Beltran batted .233/.301/.402 with 15 home runs in 2014 and is signed through 2016 at $16 million per year. More »

      • Report: Jets sign Conner to one-year deal

        The Jets have reportedly signed fullback John Conner to a one-year deal. Conner played for the Jets from 2010 to 2012 and visited the team Monday after being released by the Giants in August. Gang Green needed a fullback after Tommy Bohanon broke his collarbone Sunday. More »

      • Garnett didn't know role under Kidd

        Kevin Garnett is ready for his 20th NBA season and believes he is better prepared for his second year in Brooklyn. The 38-year-old big man said Tuesday that he never quite knew his role under Jason Kidd. Garnett believes he will be far more comfortable under new coach Lionel Hollins. More »

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