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What would Yankees say off the record?

If you gave truth serum to the executives of all 30 MLB teams, what might you hear? Buster Olney believes the Yankees would admit they want and need Bryce Harper for their star-driven market. Front-office truths (Insider)

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Conlan lands in New York, ready to go 'to the top'

Ahead of his pro debut against Tim Ibarra, heralded Irish amateur Michael Conlan took the stage at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, saying: "I still feel a bit overwhelmed being here."

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What would Mets say off the record?

If you gave truth serum to the executives of all 30 MLB teams, what might you hear? Buster Olney believes the Mets would reveal they have no reason to expect meaningful production from David Wright moving forward. Front-office truths (Insider)

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Will the Giants upgrade at left tackle?

Ereck Flowers doesn't look like the answer on the blind side, and Jordan Raanan doesn't expect another high draft pick at the spot. Perhaps a big free-agent signing or a trade is in order. Predicting big changes

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets announced the hiring of DBs coach Dennard Wilson, which was widely reported last week. Wilson, 34, only three years older than CB Darrelle Revis, was the Rams' DBs coach. He started there as a quality-control coach in 2012. He replaces Joe Danna, who was fired at the end of the season.

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Knicks have to stay together as a team (0:34)
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Collins aiming to be 'the best ever' (1:23)
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Carmelo Anthony focused on playing basketball (2:44)
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Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony says his meeting with Phil Jackson wasn't long and it wasn't like they "broke bread." But Anthony said he doesn't need to explain why he wants to remain in New York.

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Elhassan: Knicks issues stemming from Phil Jackson (0:47)
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Carlesimo: Knicks' poor play is big issue, not tension with Melo (1:17)
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Carmelo reiterates desire to stay in New York (0:46)
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Stephen A. predicts Melo will be traded by the summer (1:17)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony says his Tuesday meeting with Knicks president Phil Jackson didn't last very long. "We didn't break bread for hours ... it was a short conversation." He didn't want to reveal the details of the talk, but said he is done asking "why?" when it comes to concern over his name routinely surfacing this way. Melo also says he didn't read the article from Charley Rosen that precipitated his meeting.

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1927 Yankees diary

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    "The Diary of Myles Thomas" is an experiment in storytelling, a genre we're calling real-time historical fiction. Experience the Roaring Twenties through the eyes of a mediocre pitcher on the greatest baseball team of all time.