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    • Yankees add to lead atop AL East

      The Yankees earned another dramatic win over the Rays on Saturday when Jose Pirela scampered home with the winning run in the ninth inning. The victory gave New York a second straight win over division-rival Tampa Bay and extended the club's lead atop the AL East in the process. More »

    • Knicks acquire forward O'Quinn from Magic

      The Knicks reportedly acquired forward Kyle O'Quinn from the Magic in a sign-and-trade deal Saturday. New York will send cash to Orlando and sign O'Quinn to a four-year, $16 million deal. In his third NBA campaign, O'Quinn averaged 5.9 points and 3.9 rebounds per game last season. More »

    • Rangers not shopping Nash this summer

      Despite rumors the Rangers could trade Rick Nash this offseason, the team reportedly has no interest in dealing its star forward. Nash, 31, tallied 40 goals and 27 assists last season for the Blueshirts to lead the team with 69 points. The forward is under contract for three more seasons. More »

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      • What can Jets expect from Amaro?

        Jace Amaro had an up-and-down rookie season for the Jets, and it's hard to determine just what Gang Green can expect from the tight end in his second NFL campaign. With Zach Sudfeld set to miss the whole season, the Jets will need strong production from Amaro at tight end. More »

      • Pineda, Yankees earn another walk-off win

        For the second day in a row, the Yankees topped the Rays via walk-off, earning a 3-2 win Saturday. Jose Pirela scored on a throwing error in the ninth inning, but the victory was set up by Michael Pineda's strong outing. The righty struck out 10 over seven-plus innings of shutout ball. More »

      • Alderson: Terry Collins' job is safe

        Citing injuries to players players such as David Wright and Daniel Murphy as reasons for the Mets' recent swoon, general manager Sandy Alderson wanted to make it clear that Terry Collins' job is not in jeopardy. After opening the season 15-5, the Mets have played to a 26-35 mark. More »

      • Rangers brass high on defenseman Skjei

        Although he's not expected to crack the squad's Day 1 roster, 21-year-old defenseman Brady Skjei continues to impress coaches within the Rangers organization. A native of Minnesota, Skjei is known for his strong defensive skills and could see action in the NHL next season. More »

      • Mets unlikely to promote Double-A OF Conforto

        Despite a desperate need for offense, the Mets aren't expected to promote Double-A outfielder Michael Conforto to the big league club. The former Oregon State standout is batting .333 with three home runs and 19 RBIs in 117 plate appearances with Binghamton this season. More »

      • Williams, Knicks agree to two-year deal

        Derrick Williams, a forward and former second-pound pick from Arizona, has agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal with the Knicks. After a busy offseason that has seen Phil Jackson reel in Robin Lopez and Aaron Afflalo, the Knicks still have roughly $3 million remaining in cap space. More »

      • Syndergaard, Plawecki guide Mets past Dodgers

        Noah Syndergaard went pitch-for-pitch with Clayton Kershaw on Friday, hurling six innings of one-run ball in the Mets' 2-1 win over the Dodgers. The rookie's efforts, paired with Kevin Plawecki's go-ahead RBI in the ninth, were enough for the Mets to end their recent losing skid. More »

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