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In the wake of Giants linebacker Dan Connor being arrested at Philadelphia International Airport Saturday for carrying a switchblade in his luggage, a Giants spokesman said Sunday that Connor had spoken with the club and was cooperating with the authori…
Share TweetMOOSIC, Pa. (AP) New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter singled and tested his surgically repaired ankle on the basepaths in his second rehabilitation game with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Sunday.
As MLB trading deadline nears, Yankees, Mets and foes could be major playersUpdated Jul 7 Share TweetIn case you’ve missed it, baseball’s nonwaiver trading deadline dealing is officially under way. Jeffrey Loria, the perpetually payroll-dumping owner of the Miami Marlins, unloaded his last big contract, that of righthander Ricky Nolasco, to the Dodgers…Source: nydailynews.com
Yankees lack of power and reliance on pitching can only go so farUpdated Jul 7 Share TweetYes, it’s still as stunning as ever to see Mariano Rivera cough one up, especially in the form of a two-run home run. But let’s be real: You want stunning? How about the Yankees going an entire series in this bandbox without a home run?Source: nydailynews.comShare TweetJason Kidd was whistled for a technical foul in his NBA coaching debut on Sunday.Source: ESPN.com
Mets turn errors into runs, scoot by BrewersUpdated Jul 7 Share TweetJeremy Hefner allowed one run on two hits over seven innings and the New York Mets turned two throwing errors by Milwaukee third baseman Juan Francisco into a pair of unearned runs and a 2-1 victory over the Brewers on Sunday.Source: ESPN.comShare TweetAdam Jones hit a two-run homer off Mariano Rivera in the ninth inning and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Yankees 2-1 on Sunday, ending New York's longest winning streak of the season at six games.
Dragonfly sits atop Shaun Marcum’s cap to watch Mets-BrewersUpdated Jul 7 Share TweetShaun Marcum used to pitch for the Milwaukee Brewers, and he obviously has been missed since moving on to the New York Mets in the offseason. Not only have the Brewers lacked decent starting pitching without him, but Miller Park's insects have been with…Source: yahoo.com
Sunday morning one-linersUpdated Jul 7 Share TweetWill 2013 be a breakout season for Bills DT Marcell Dareus? Former Dolphins WR O.J. McDuffie looks back at five memorable moments in his career. A strong offensive line could help the Patriots thrive despite holes at wide receiver and tight end. Jets LB…Source: profootballtalk.com
Jones Lifts Orioles Past YankeesJul 7Baseball Tonight Spotlight: Adam Jones hit a two-run home run off Mariano Rivera in the ninth inning to help the Orioles beat the Yankees 2-1.
Kidd Earns Technical In DebutJul 7Mason Plumlee tallied 10 points and 14 rebounds in his Summer League debut as the Pistons defeated the Nets 76-67.
Jones Lifts Orioles Past Rivera, YankeesJul 7Adam Jones hit a two-run home run off of Mariano Rivera in the ninth inning to help the Orioles beat the Yankees 2-1.
Best/Worst TradeJul 7Yankees GM Brian Cashman, Rangers GM Jon Daniels and Rays GM Andrew Friedman share the best and worst trades they've made.
Peter King: Guest MMQB: Austen Lane on the struggle to succeed on- and off…Jul 7Peter King is taking his annual vacation, and he's lined up some special guests to fill in on MMQB in the meantime. This week, Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Austen Lane takes over.
Sources: Cavs join Mavs in race for BynumJul 7The Cleveland Cavaliers have joined the Dallas Mavericks as a prime team to watch in the race to sign free-agent center Andrew Bynum.
Milwaukee Bucks agree to terms with Carlos Delfino, sources sayJul 7The Milwaukee Bucks have agreed to terms on a contract with free-agent forward Carlos Delfino, according to sources close to the process.
John Clayton's NFL mailbag: Franchise-tag system flaws exposedJul 7Mailbag: The franchise-tag system doesn't appear to be working as intended for teams or players, writes John Clayton.