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    • deGrom named Sporting News' NL rookie of the year

      Jacob deGrom has been named the Sporting News' National League rookie of the year, as voted on by the players. The Baseball Writers' Association of America names its winner on Nov. 10. deGrom went 9-6 this season with a 2.69 ERA and 144 strikeouts in 140 1/3 innings. More »

    • Nets' Jordan enjoying strong preseason

      With Brook Lopez questionable for opening night, Jerome Jordan has become a player the Nets can't afford to leave off their 15-man roster. Jordan scored 17 points and grabbed six rebounds on Sunday, continuing what has been an impressive preseason for the veteran center. More »

    • Girardi not on ice during morning practice

      Already thin on defensemen, the Rangers were without Dan Girardi at Monday's practice after he suffered a leg injury in the team's 4-0 win over the Sharks. Alain Vigneault said that Girardi was day to day. Kevin Klein, also hurt on Sunday, was on the ice despite receiving stitches in his chin. More »

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      • Could Mets land Cespedes this offseason?

        The Red Sox might be open to trading Yoenis Cespedes, according to a report. Cespedes, who Boston acquired at this year's trade deadline, is entering the final year of his contract. The Cuban slugger is no stranger to Queens, having won the 2013 Home Run Derby held at Citi Field. More »

      • Giants struggle late in loss to Cowboys

        After playing the Cowboys to a 14-14 tie in the first half, the Giants fell behind by two touchdowns in the second before losing on the road, 31-21. Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes on the day, including two to rookie receiver Odell Beckham Jr., as New York fell to 3-4 this season. More »

      • GEICO Week in New York: Oct. 20-26

        The Jets and Giants both lost in Week 7 and sit a combined 4-10, but Gang Green made a big move Friday, acquiring receiver Percy Harvin from the Seahawks. The Rangers, Islanders and Devils all look good early, while the Knicks and Nets are preparing for the start of the NBA season. More »

      • Girardi day-to-day after leaving to get stitches

        Rangers defenseman Dan Girardi left Sunday's win over the Sharks after blocking a shot a minute into the third period. Head coach Alain Vigneault was uncertain how many stitches Girardi received to close his cut, but said after the game that the 30-year-old is "day-to-day right now." More »

      • Rangers win second straight, take down Sharks

        A 1-3 start had fans of the defending Eastern Conference champion Rangers worried, but Sunday's win over the previously unbeaten Sharks moved the Blueshirts back to .500 on the season. Rick Nash scored his seventh goal of the season while Henrik Lundqvist blanked San Jose, 4-0. More »

      • Beason, Jenkins leave game with injuries

        Adding injury to insult for the Giants, both linebacker Jon Beason and defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins left with injuries in the first half of Sunday's loss in Dallas. Jenkins strained his calf, and Beason left the game with a toe injury, but the linebacker's X-rays came back negative. More »

      • Report: Seahawks planned on cutting Harvin

        Before the Jets traded for Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin on Friday, the wide receiver was on the verge of being released. Seattle general manager John Schneider was reportedly "fully forthcoming and transparent" with other teams about Harvin's attitude problems before dealing him. More »

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