The New Jersey Devils have re-signed restricted free agent defenseman Mirco Mueller, forward Joseph Blandisi and goaltender Scott Wedgewood.
New York Teams
Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer
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.
ESPN Radio's Stephen A. Smith dishes on Kyrie Irving's future with the Cavaliers, LeBron James' relationship with Irving, the Knicks' pursuit of Irving and more.
The Rangers have signed center Mika Zibanejad to a five-year, $26.75 million deal, hoping he steps up after the trade of Derek Stepan.
The Yankees are in need of starting pitching and have scouts following Rangers ace Yu Darvish, a four-time All-Star with is 6-8 with a 3.44 ERA and 1.12 WHIP.
Aaron Judge and Todd Frazier have different reasons to be eager to play at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday. One dominates. The other wants a fresh start.
Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer
When asked on what team A's starter Sonny Gray will be on a week from today, an MLB executive said, "Not Oakland." Will he be in the Bronx? The A's continue to send top scouts to the Yankees' Double-A affiliate in Trenton. The way the A's Billy Beane usually works is he tells teams who he is looking for as the central figure in a trade and then works his way down from there. Since there is not much pitching on the market, Beane is aiming high. Gray has two years of control so he is expected to cost teams prime prospects. The Yankees are very deep at shortstop. At Double-A, Jorge Mateo has played very well recently.
Which teams got the worst bang for their buck this summer? We look at five new contracts through advanced stats.
With news dropping that the Rangers are prepared to trade Yu Darvish, it's your chance to weigh in on where you think he'll end up.
Giants second-year coach Ben McAdoo believes in keeping things fresh for his players and has added a few wrinkles to training camp.
A strong season by Jay Bruce reportedly has not translated into significant trade interest for the veteran outfielder.
Jets guard Brian Winters is utilizing a workout routine more associated with "The World's Strongest Man", as the veteran lineman is pulling trucks.
The Jets are largely devoid of name talent at quarterback, wide receiver, tight end and along the offensive line, so late roster moves are in play.
You know you're famous when the president asks you for a selfie. At 24, Odell Beckham Jr. is already the most famous NFL player who doesn't play QB.
Jacob deGrom won his eighth straight start and the New York Mets held on when pinch-hitter Jabari Blash's bid for a game-winning home run was barely foul, beating the San Diego Padres 5-3 Monday.
Keith Law ESPN Senior Writer
Mets callup Chris Flexen, scheduled to start Thursday, has had a bump up in velocity this year to 92-95 and will show four pitches including an above-average changeup. Unranked to start the year, he's become one of the system's top starting pitching prospects with his newfound stuff.
Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
After Phil Jackson was fired, the Knicks had minimal contact with free agent Derrick Rose, who agreed to a deal with the Cavs today.
The Liberty have had their ups and downs this season, but Tina Charles is as steady as ever. This season's three-time Eastern Conference player of the week never lets herself off the hook -- which helps everyone be at their best.
After being placed on the disabled list last month with biceps tendinitis, Mets pitcher Zack Wheeler has been put back on the DL because of a stress reaction in his right arm.
"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.