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Judge to be out longer than original 3 weeks

Yankees slugger Aaron Judge has resumed some baseball activities but is not yet swinging a bat and won't be ready to return from a chip fracture in his right wrist within the expected three-week time frame.

Will Kyrie be a Knick next season? (1:22)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Ronald Torreyes gets the start at second base tonight for the Yankees: Gardner LF Stanton DH Hicks CF Gregorius SS Andújar 3B Bird 1B Walker RF Romine C Torreyes 2B Cessa SP

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the two specks in right field is Aaron Judge. After doing some base running, he was just tracking a flew fly balls and ground balls before tonight's game. Also threw those he fielded to the nearby bucket.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' offensive line is the source of growing concern. Backup swing tackle Ben Ijalana was placed on injured reserve Wednesday after hurting a shoulder in joint practices with the Redskins. Starting LT Kelvin Beachum (foot) already is out and likely will miss the remainder of the preseason, leaving Brent Qvale as the current starter. He started last week's game, but he doesn't have the athleticism to play the left side. If he doesn't play well Thursday night, the Jets might have to shop for left-tackle insurance or maybe move Dakota Dozier to left tackle. By the way, RG Brian Winters is expected to miss the preseason with an undisclosed injury, the NFL Network reported. Imagine if this line has to protect a rookie QB. Uh, oh. To fill Ijalana's roster spot, the Jets signed veteran C Gino Gradkowski.

Stephen A. not buying Darnold hype (1:29)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked about Jalen Ramsey's comments, Eli Manning responded: "No comment. Who?" Manning says he didn't know about Ramsey's critical assessment.

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Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Left hand, right hand, it doesn't matter. Odell Beckham Jr. is pretty good at this one-handed drill. Coach Pat Shurmur runs it because he believes it's useful in contested situations. He noted a specific play (when a Browns defender interfered on Amba Etta-Tawo) as part of the reason he runs the drill.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Saquon Barkley again in uniform. Not in pads. Doesn't appear to be practicing. He "tweaked" his hamstring Monday. Giants consider him day to day.

Jalen downplays Norman's Darnold praise (1:20)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

J.A. Happ was asked if he's been motivated by being involved in a playoff race since the trade: "It's motivating to pitch in Yankee Stadium; to be on this team, to be in a pennant race."

Happ shines on the mound through 7 innings (0:35)
Hicks scores Stanton with early double (0:26)
Romine skies 2-run homer (0:21)
Bird pads Yankees' lead with RBI double (0:26)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

J.A. Happ continues to impress in pinstripes, collecting his third win in as many starts since being traded to New York. His seven-inning one-hitter helped push the Yankees to Tuesday night's 4-1 win over the Rays. Miguel Andujar keeps crushing the ball, picking up two doubles, including one that led to a key insurance run. Aroldis Chapman: 31 saves.

Davis powers dinger to right-center (0:24)
Jones knots things up with homer (0:18)

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