New York Teams
Hector Cruz ESPN
Los Yankees de Nueva York oficializaron el cambio que lleva al toletero Giancarlo Stanton a sus filas por el intermedista Starlin Castro, el lanzador derecho de liga menor Jorge Guzmán y el jugador del cuadro de liga menor José Devers. Los Yankees citaron a conferencia de prensa a las 2 pm este lunes en las Reuniones Invernales en Orlando para presentar al jugador.
With the most imposing middle of the order in the league, the expectation is now World Series or bust for New York. And while fans won't like that Jeter dealt to his former team, that doesn't mean he failed his first test.
Stanton is baseball's most dangerous long-ball threat. The ballpark in the Bronx is the game's best place to go deep. What happens when you put the two together? Like it or not, the rest of MLB is about to find out .
Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer
The Yankees trade for Giancarlo Stanton is official. He will be introduced as a Yankee here in Orlando at the Winter Meetings at 2 p.m. The Yankees receive Stanton and $30 million for second baseman Starlin Castro and minor leaguers, pitcher Jorge Guzman and infielder Jose Devers.
Tracy Stallard, the pitcher who gave up Roger Maris' record 61st home run in 1961, died Wednesday at age 80.
Darius Powe broke his foot on his first career catch but was able to gut it out and finish the game against the Cowboys.
Buster Olney talks to Jerry Crasnick about the massive Ohtani and Stanton deals, what else we can expect from the winter meetings and more (8:19). Plus, Clark Spencer on the Marlins' side of the Stanton deal (27:40), Alex Speier on how the Red Sox may respond (37:59) and Rob Biertempfel on the possibility of the Pirates beginning a massive rebuild (44:54).
A final New York Yankees scouting report on Derek Jeter sold for $102,000 on Sunday night.
The Captain delivered five championship banners in the Bronx, but by trading the Marlins' biggest superstar -- to the Yankees, of all teams -- Miami's new CEO will be raising a different flag in South Beach in 2018: a white one.
Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer
Rays manager Kevin Cash didn't mince words when asked about the power of the division rival New York Yankees: "It's going to be very challenging." Said he's already done some sketching on what facing that lineup will look like.
Michael Kay judges how adding Giancarlo Stanton to a lineup with A-A-Ron will propel the Yankees forward this upcoming season.
Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer
Jets offensive snap analysis (based on 50): QB – Josh McCown 29, Bryce Petty 21; WR – Jermaine Kearse 44, Chad Hansen 35, Robby Anderson 34, ArDarius Stewart 15, JoJo Natson 1; TE – Austin Seferian-Jenkins 35, Eric Tomlinson 17, Neal Sterling 8; RB – Matt Forte 26, Bilal Powell 23, Lawrence Thomas 6, Eli McGuire 1. Takeaway: McCown (hand) missed his first snaps of the season. Hansen over Anderson? Curious. McGuire (ankle) was one and done.
Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer
Jets defensive snap analysis (based on 70): DL – Leo Williams 58, Mo Wilkerson 57, Steve McLendon 32, Mike Pennel 23, Xavier Cooper 15, Kony Ealy 15; LB – Darron Lee 70, Demario Davis 70, Jordan Jenkins 50, Josh Martin 42, David Bass 28, Obum Gwacham 3; DB – Jamal Adams 70, Marcus Maye 70, Buster Skrine 67, Mo Claiborne 58, Darryl Roberts 33, Rontez Miles 4, Terrence Brooks 2, Rashard Robinson 2. Takeaway: Ealy's PT continues to shrink. Robinson all but disappeared after bad game last week. Gwacham makes defensive debut.
Which major free agents are most likely to sign first? Which team's GM will be the most active, and what will be the most surprising move? Our experts dig in to what could happen as teams start wheeling and dealing.
The GM who drafted the cornerback in the first round last year is no longer around, and the reasons Apple is not playing seem to change by the week.
With Josh McCown's hand and the Jets' season both seemingly broken, it's time to see what Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg can do.
Josh McCown, who fractured his hand in the third quarter, showed just how much this season has meant to him during his postgame news conference.
The Mets have talked to at least two teams about trading right-hander Matt Harvey, who was 5-7 with a 6.70 ERA in 18 starts last season after returning from surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome that cut his 2016 season short.
The New York Knicks got 30 points from Kristaps Porzingis, but Jeff Hornacek's five-man bench crew made a big difference against the Atlanta Hawks.
Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
For those wondering: Knicks rookie Frank Ntilikina likes the ‘Fresh Prince' nickname. He says he knows The Fresh Prince of Bel Air show because Will Smith is his favorite actor.
Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
Enes Kanter came to Madison Square Garden tonight on crutches due to back and hip discomfort. He started for the Knicks and played 18 minutes in their win over Atlanta and left the arena on crutches. "If you want to make the playoffs, you need to make some sacrifices," he said. Jarrett Jack said he'd never seen something like that in 13 years in the league. "He's unbelievable," Kristaps Porzingis said. Added Doug McDermott: "I gave him a ride home last night at about 3 a.m. when I got in and pulling the crutches out of my car and helping him to his room, (I was thinking) there's no way this guy's playing but he's a warrior. He really cares about this team and the family and he's going to give everything he's got."
The likeable young Yankees of last season are all grown up. In 2018, they look to have the reigning NL MVP anchoring their already-powerful lineup.
"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.