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    • Wilpon, Mets respond to former executive's discrimination lawsuit

      Mets owner Jeff Wilpon and the team have responded to former senior VP of marketing and ticket sales Leigh Castergine's lawsuit, which stems from her August firing. According to court filings, "the termination of her employment was based on legitimate business reasons." More »

    • Yankees hire former player Chavez as scout

      Eric Chavez, who played 17 seasons in the Majors and won six Gold Gloves at third base, was hired by the Yankees on Friday as a special assignment scout. Chavez played for the Yankees in 2011-12 after spending the majority of his career with the Athletics. More »

    • Knicks add guard Barrett to D-League team

      Fomer Seton Hall point guard Andre Barrett has been traded to the Westchester Knicks from the Sioux Falls SkyForce. Starting point guard Jose Calderon is out 2-3 weeks with a calf injury, but Barrett is unlikely to join former college teammate Samuel Dalembert with the Knicks soon. More »

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      • Yankees to extend qualifying offer to Robertson

        With closer David Robertson set to hit free agency, the Yankees are expected to make him a qualifying offer of $15.3 million before Monday's 5 p.m. deadline. If Robertson declines the offer and signs with another team, the Yankees will receive draft-pick compensation in return. More »

      • Duda selected for All-Star tour of Japan

        Lucas Duda will join the MLB All-Stars during their tour of Japan, the Mets announced. The All-Stars begin play on Nov. 11 and take part in five games against various Japanese squads. "It's an honor for me to be part of this team," Duda said in a release. "It should be a great experience." More »

      • Growing concerns surrounding Lopez's foot

        Before the Nets' opener, Brook Lopez appeared to be on track to return after missing time in the preseason with a sprain in his surgically repaired right foot. But with Lopez continuing to experience discomfort, there's added concern that the center may be out for an extended time. More »

      • Murphy's tenure coming to end with Mets?

        Daniel Murphy is no stranger to hearing his name involved in potential trades, but will these rumors turn into something more this offseason? With the emergence of Dilson Herrera, the Mets may have an expendable asset in Murphy, who is scheduled to make $8 million next season. More »

      • Stepan practices, could return next weekend

        The Rangers' problems down the middle could be alleviated soon with the return of Derek Stepan to the lineup. The 24-year-old center practiced Thursday for the first time since fracturing his fibula on Sept. 24. Head coach Alain Vigneault believes Stepan will rejoin the team next weekend. More »

      • Could Staal see more time with Girardi?

        With a limited number of defensemen thanks to Dan Boyle's injury and John Moore's suspension, the Rangers may shake up their blue line. Normally paired with Kevin Klein, Marc Staal saw more time with Dan Girardi on Monday. That arrangement could continue Saturday vs. the Jets. More »

      • Knicks prove the dangers of overreactions

        Time will tell, but the Knicks probably are not as bad as they looked Wednesday in Chicago or as good as they looked Thursday against LeBron James in Cleveland. With a new coach and a new system, the team needs time to jell before anyone rushes to judgment, good or bad. More »

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