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    • Jets promote Miles, cut Thomas

      The Jets shook up their secondary Tuesday, promoting safety Rontez Miles from the practice squad to take the spot of cornerback Josh Thomas, who was released. Thomas had his playbook and passport stolen Sunday. Linebacker Mario Harvey was added to the practice squad. More »

    • Hunwick to take Moore's spot in third pairing

      Rangers defenseman Matt Hunwick will see his first action since Dec. 6 on Tuesday night against the Flames, replacing John Moore in the Rangers' third pairing. Moore had played next to Kevin Klein in the past three games, but coach Alain Vigneault "doesn't want Hunwick sitting too long." More »

    • Lundqvist to start in goal against Flames

      Henrik Lundqvist will be between the pipes for the fourth consecutive game Tuesday in Calgary. The goaltender has started three straight in net for the Rangers for the first time since mid-November and allowed just four goals in those three contests, all wins. More »

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      • Alderson doesn't expect trades until January

        Since the end of last week's Winter Meetings, the Mets have not been involved in serious trade talks with any teams, according to general manager Sandy Alderson. The team has reportedly discussed dealing Dillon Gee, but no moves for the right-hander are imminent at the moment. More »

      • Yankees re-sign Capuano to one-year deal

        After losing Brandon McCarthy, the Yankees added another option for their rotation Tuesday by re-signing left-hander Chris Capuano to a one-year deal worth $5 million. The 35-year-old starter posted a 4.25 ERA over 65 2/3 innings with the Yankees and is also capable of pitching in relief. More »

      • Alderson: Mets 'unlikely' to bid on Kang

        Major League teams have until Friday to bid on Japanese shortstop Jeong-Ho Kang, but the Mets most likely will not be involved. General manager Sandy Alderson said it was "unlikely" the team would place a bid on Kang, leaving Wilmer Flores as the likely Opening Day shortstop. More »

      • Mets refused to deal young SPs for Cespedes

        Towards the end of last season, the Mets contacted the Red Sox with interest in acquiring Yoenis Cespedes to bolster their outfield. The team's interest evaporated once the Red Sox named their price, requesting either Zack Wheeler or Jacob deGrom in return for the impending free agent. More »

      • Manning keeping 'natural' Beckham focused

        Giants quarterback Eli Manning knows what it's like to have success in New York. As rookie Odell Beckham Jr.'s breakout second half continues, Manning isn't letting the young star get lackadaisical. "He's handled it all very well," Manning said. "We'll stay on him, make sure he stays in check." More »

      • Chandler ready to return as Mavs visit Garden

        The Mavericks will take on the Knicks on Tuesday night. Besides a 17-8 record, the Mavs boast former Knicks center Tyson Chandler, who tore up his ex-club in the Mavs' OT win over the Knicks last month in Dallas. GEICO SportsNite discussed Chandler's return on Monday. More »

      • Islanders rally to top Devils in shootout

        The Devils built a two-goal lead in their Nassau Coliseum swan song Monday night. But, the Islanders' skill and shootout prowess kept New Jersey reeling. Matt Martin and Ryan Strome each scored goals, and Josh Bailey potted the game-deciding goal in the Isles' 3-2 shootout win. More »

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