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    • Knicks will need to make room for Cleanthony Early

      A strong showing at the Las Vegas Summer League has Knicks' second-round pick Cleanthony Early gaining momentum to make the team. But the Knicks currently have a full 15-man roster, meaning an additional move will be necessary to sign Early to a contract. More »

    • Yankees acquire Headley from Padres

      The Yankees traded for Brandon McCarthy two weeks ago to bolster their starting rotation, and now they've added Chase Headley to help their lineup. In exchange for the third baseman, the Yanks will send Yangervis Solarte and 23-year-old pitching prospect Rafael De Paula to San Diego. More »

    • Mets' bats have fallen silent since the break

      The Mets scored at least four runs in eight of their final 10 games heading into the All-Star break. Many thought they had turned a corner offensively, but after scoring five runs on Friday, the Mets' lineup has produced just three during their most recent losing streak. More »

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      • Jets' defensive line should build on success

        Expected to improve heading into the 2013 season, the "Sons of Anarchy" did just that last year. Led by second team All-Pro defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson and defensive rookie of the year Sheldon Richardson, the Jets defensive line has similarly high expectations for 2014. More »

      • Tyree named Giants' director of player development

        After working for two years in player engagement and development at the NFL office, Super XLII hero and former Giants receiver David Tyree will join the team as director of player development. Tyree replaces Charles Way, who will now head the NFL's player engagement department. More »

      • Despite struggles, Knicks will wear orange again

        Last season was a tough one for the Knicks, especially when they wore their orange jerseys. The team was 0-7 in their alternate uniforms and 37-38 in all other games. In spite of those numbers, the Knicks will continue wearing orange this season, although they won't wear sleeved jerseys. More »

      • Niese rusty in return from shoulder injury

        Although Jon Niese missed just one start with a strained left shoulder thanks to the All-Star break, he didn't look like the same pitcher he was before the Midsummer Classic. His streak of 21 starts allowing three or fewer earned runs ended and he allowed 11 hits for the first time since 2010. More »

      • Rangers in talks with Zuccarello and Brassard

        The Rangers have lost a few players this offseason but would like to keep arbitration-eligible wing Mats Zuccarello and center Derick Brassard off the market in 2015. Each will command about $5 million per year in an extension or receive a one-year deal if they reach arbitration. More »

      • Ring of Honor awaits retired Snee

        A two-time Super Bowl champion with the Giants, now-retired guard Chris Snee will soon see his name as part of the team's Ring of Honor. A key cog in the line that made an NFL-record 38 consecutive starts, Snee is one of just four Giants linemen to make four Pro Bowls. More »

      • Niese, Mets fall to Mariners in series opener

        Jonathon Niese lasted six innings on Monday in his first start since coming off the disabled list. The lefty ran into trouble early, allowing four runs on 11 hits. David Wright had an RBI single but it wasn't enough as the Mets dropped their first game in Seattle to the Mariners, 5-2. More »

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