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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Aaron Judge has tied the single-season MLB record with his 35th consecutive game with at least one strikeout.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Bases loaded for Aaron Judge (again.)

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's the paradox with Joe Kelly: Entering tonight, he had thrown 444 fastballs that averaged 99.32 mph, but nevertheless got only 47 swing-and-misses, according to Brooks Baseball. Gary Sanchez's game-tying homer came on a 99-mph heater.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

A decent mix of cheers and boos ahead of Giancarlo Stanton's first at-bat at Citi Field. Some loud ohhhs and ahhhs when the Marlins RF made contact for the first time (a hard foul ball to the stands high behind the first-base dugout), too. After working the count to 3-2, Stanton walked. This is his first game since his six-game home run streak came to an end Wednesday.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants linebacker Keenan Robinson is back in the concussion protocol. Not good news. He's been dealing with this for weeks. Only returned to practice for a few days.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

As the Marlins and Mets wait through a rain delay, let's take a look from the section where Aaron Judge homered Wednesday, 469 feet away.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks announce that they've signed Jamel Artis, Nigel Hayes and Xavier Rathan-Mayes. All three likely have partial guarantees and are signed for 1 year.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Last year's Knicks named Carmelo Anthony 'Best Teammate' on NYK as part of the NBPA's 2017 Players Voice Awards.

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Get the brooms out

This was only the third time that the Subway Series ended in a sweep since interleague play began 20 years ago. The Yankees have been on the winning end of the stick twice.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

No on-field batting practice at Citi Field ahead of tonight's Marlins/Mets game. There's a threat of rain -- and maybe the threat of a Giancarlo Stanton upper-deck blast.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The expectation last month was that the Knicks would leave one two-way deal open for training camp. If that's still the case, Jamel Artis, Nigel Hayes and Xavier Rathan-Mayes will be among those players competing for it. Once Artis and Hayes sign, the Knicks will have 18 players under contract, 14 of which are on guaranteed contracts. Teams can carry 20 players under contract in the offseason and 17 (including 2 two-way players) during the season.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks have reached an agreement with Pittsburgh's Jamel Artis, league sources tell ESPN. Artis impressed the club during Summer League.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The injury rundown from Friday's practice: LB Keenan Robinson and G Adam Gettis left early. Did not practice: LB Mark Herzlich, WRs Dwayne Harris and Darius Powe. CB Eli Apple and LB J.T. Thomas limited.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

In addition to Canaan Severin the Giants also signed WR Ed Eagan and waived WR Kevin Snead. Eagan is 5-10 and attended Northwestern State (LA).

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants are expected to sign former Steelers wide receiver Canaan Severin, per source. He'll take the roster spot of Keeon Johnson who broke his foot Thursday. They're former Virginia teammates. Severin caught 2 passes for 24 yards last week in the preseason opener against the Giants. He adds depth to a position that is dealing with a bunch of injuries. WRs Dwayne Harris, Darius Powe and Kevin Snead all didn't practice Thursday.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Wide receiver Keeon Johnson had surgery on a broken foot suffered during Thursday's practice, per source. Expectation is he'll land on injured reserve. Johnson was an undrafted rookie with good size and speed having a solid camp. He was a strong practice squad candidate. Giants will likely fill his roster spot with another wide receiver.

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