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Frazier's home debut features triple play in win (0:56)
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Kyrie: Will he stay or will he go?

In the wake of Kyrie Irving's demand to be traded, here are the most likely landing spots for the four-time NBA All-Star -- with the likeliest resulting in no trade at all.

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Before he was injured on April 27, Yoenis Céspedes was 14th in the majors with a .619 slugging percentage. Entering today, he was slugging .409 since his return on June 10, which ranked 128th in MLB.

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Aaron Judge has a 15-game hitting streak at home, the second-longest home hitting streak in MLB this season.

Frazier hits into triple play in 1st Yankees AB at home (0:37)

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Todd Frazier ground into a triple play in the second inning on a play where the Yankees scored a run. It was the first triple play turned by the Reds since 1995, which was the longest drought by any team. According to Elias, it was the first run-scoring triple play since the Mariners scored on a Twins triple play in 2006.

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Law: Yankees' midseason farm update

The Yankees' system has produced Aaron Judge and Jordan Montgomery this season in the majors while Gleyber Torres remains one of baseball's top prospects in the minors.

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Brooklyn is now $3.5M (or at the cap when you factor in the $3M Randy Foye hold) under the salary cap after the acquisition of Allen Crabbe. The contract of Crabbe is $19.3M, $18.5M and a player option of $18.5M in 2019-20. The Nets still project to have $18M in room next summer and could increase to $30M if Jeremy Lin opts-out of his $12.5M contract.

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The Judge returns to Bronx bench

Tuesday is the first home game for the Yankees and Aaron Judge since the slugger won the Home Run Derby on July 10. Judge's 21 homers in 42 home games puts him on pace to break Hank Greenberg's single-season MLB record for most home runs at home (39).


Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

In four days, Jets teammates Matt Forte and Demario Davis will face each other in training-camp drills -- running back vs. linebacker. Today, they squared off on the tennis court -- a charity event at the site of the upcoming U.S. Open. Here, Davis serves to Forte, who smacks a forehand winner. The tennis wasn't sharp, but it was all in fun ... and for a good cause.

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Jets RB Matt Forte, speaking to reporters at a charity event at the Billie Jean King USTA National Tennis Center, scoffed at the dire predictions for the team. "Everybody is saying tanking and all that stuff. A lot of people are jumping ship before the season even starts, but I welcome that," he said. "All y'all can jump ship if you want to. It shows you were never on board in the first place." Forte beat teammate Demario Davis, 6-love, in a tennis match for charity.

1927 Yankees diary

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