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Woody Paige Predicts The Future

Tony Reali and the national panel weigh in on Embiid's performance last night acknowledging that Woody Paige's prediction was correct. Then recap Anthony Davis' performance against Portland, and discuss if Porzingis will stay in New York.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Giancarlo Stanton is still batting cleanup in today's Yankees lineup, and he'll be playing the field, too: Gardner LF Judge DH Gregorius SS Stanton RF Sanchez C Hicks CF Austin 1B Andújar 3B Torreyes 2B Gray SP

Disappointing debuts?

Are fans put off by the lack of competitive games in round one of the NHL playoffs? Plus, Don La Greca looks ahead to the weekend and the Hurricanes head in a new direction.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

High praise from ex-Knicks great Charles Oakley for Sixers center Joel Embiid: "We haven't seen anyone like Joel Embiid since Wilt Chamberlain," Oakley wrote on Twitter.

Brian Burke ESPN Analytics 

Travel distances can have a slight effect on team fortunes. This season, Oakland, Seattle, and the Chargers each travel about 30,000 round trip miles. At the other end of the spectrum are Carolina, Atlanta, Cincinnati, and the Jets who each travel fewer than 10,000 miles.

Brian Burke ESPN Analytics 

The NFL has done a much better job evening out the pain with the schedule this year. Indianapolis has the worst net rest differential with a net of 11 less days of rest than their opponents and 3 games vs. opponents coming off their byes. Last season the Giants had -22 days with 4 opponents coming off byes.

BBTN: Boston's Incredible Start, Jays' Atkins, Harvey's Status

Buster and Tim Kurkjian discuss the distance the Red Sox are putting between themselves and the rest of the AL East, Matt Harvey's future and more (1:34). Plus, Jessica Mendoza on the contenders in the most trouble (19:02) and Blue Jays GM Ross Atkins on superstition, Curtis Granderson's impact and more (32:21).

Adam Silver joins Get Up

Adam Silver joins the crew to discuss the state of the NBA, tanking, and gambling. Darren Woodson joins to talk Dez, Odell and NFL schedule. Sean Elliott joins to talk Spurs

Graziano: Dez to Giants unlikely (0:59)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets daily draft nugget: One of the biggest heartbreaks occurred in 1997, when they owned the No. 1 overall pick and Peyton Manning decided to stay in school. Citing league rules, Bill Parcells never made an effort to sway Manning into turning pro, but he certainly could've sent a message through his father, Archie. Parcells wound up trading down twice, picking LB James Farrior with the eighth pick. He was a solid player (two Pro Bowls with the Steelers), but Parcells passed on two future Hall-of-Fame tackles — Orlando Pace (first) and Walter Jones (sixth).

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Harvey defiant after loss: I'm a starting pitcher

Mets right-hander Matt Harvey was roughed up for six runs in six innings Thursday night against the Braves, and afterward manager Mickey Callaway said he wasn't sure whether Harvey would make his next scheduled start.

Harvey roughed up in loss to Braves (1:07)
Judge cranks homer in Yankees' win (1:03)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

About the passed ball that led to one of the two unearned runs CC Sabathia allowed, the pitcher took the blame. "My fault, my mistake, we got crossed up." He said he saw the sign he wanted to see instead of what Gary Sanchez actually put down.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

On CC Sabathia's 71-pitch outing, in which he didn't allow an earned run, Aaron Boone said: "He gave us what we needed." The Yankees weren't going to work him much beyond 70 or 80 pitches tonight, Boone added.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

A late Aaron Judge insurance home run proved necessary for the Yankees. It came a half inning before the Blue Jays threatened with a rally in the eighth. After limiting Toronto to one run in that inning, the Yankees opened the series with a 4-3 win Thursday night in the Bronx. Aroldis Chapman was lights out in the ninth, striking out the side. Giancarlo Stanton, who had been struggling at home, snapped a 0-for-15 hitting slump when he reached on an infield single. He also avoided striking out for the first time in four games. It's the second strikeout-free game he's had at home this season.

1927 Yankees diary

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  • Immerse yourself in the 1927 Yankees

    "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.