New York Teams

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Devils win in shootout on Schneider save (0:23)
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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis talks about facing Carmelo Anthony for the first time and the challenge of guarding Anthony:

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks are probably going to struggle on the court this season but it seems like they'll have continued success as a business entity. Delta Air Lines announced Tuesday that it's renewed and expanded its marketing partnership with Madison Square Garden and MSG Networks, so the airline will have a heavy presence on all Knicks telecasts and in the arena. The new agreement is for 10 years.

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Nice night for Nido in Arizona Fall League

Mets prospect C Tomas Nido was solid across the board on Tuesday for the Scottsdale Scorpions in their 7-4 win over the Mesa Solar Sox. Nido got two hits and a home run in four at-bats.

Matt Marrone ESPN.com 

How did it feel to score the go-ahead run on Gary Sanchez's eighth-inning double in Game 4 of the ALCS? "It's tough to describe, to be honest," Yankees rookie Aaron Judge said. "That ballpark is alive. It was unbelievable. That stadium was rocking. The fans were going crazy. I didn't know what to do after I touched home plate. I can't describe it. That's why we play this game, for a moment like that."

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Yankees come back to even series (2:45)

Matt Marrone ESPN.com 

Lefty CC Sabathia was part of New York's championship run in 2009, the year the new Yankee Stadium opened. But he hasn't heard this much buzz at the ballpark in the Bronx since the team played across the street."This is the loudest I've ever heard it. I said that earlier in the playoffs. That wild-card game and the two games against the Indians. It feels like the old stadium," Sabathia said after the Yankees beat the Astros in Game 4 of the ALCS. "It's intimidating to come here and play. And when the crowd is like it is and has been, it makes a big difference."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver will serve as keynote speaker when beloved Knicks analyst John Andariese is presented posthumously with the Johnny Bach Award from Fordham University on October 30. John's wife, Maureen, his daughters, and former Knicks announcer Marv Albert will accept on Andariese's behalf.

Matt Marrone ESPN.com 

The Yankees didn't take the lead in Game 4 of the ALCS until the eighth inning, but Aaron Judge's solo home run in the seventh sure helped shift the momentum. Said starter Sonny Gray after the game: "When he steps up there in the seventh and hits a homer, that's when everyone's wheels start turning, like, 'OK, let's go. We've broken the ice. Now it's time to put some good at-bats together and do whatever we can to get this game.'"

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Yankees showing resolve in tying ALCS (0:40)
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Gray knew the offense would 'break out' (2:31)
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Judge says Sanchez is a big time player (1:14)
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Big 8th inning keys Yanks' victory (1:40)

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

In a comeback that will immediately rank among the best in franchise playoff history, the relentless Yankees came-from-behind to beat the Houston Astros, 6-4, in Game 4 of the ALCS to tie the series at two games apiece. Rookie Aaron Judge led the way with a seventh inning solo homer for the first run and then an eighth inning RBI double to tie it. Gary Sanchez's two run-double off Astros closer Ken Giles had the decisive hit after Judge.

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Sanchez gives Yanks' lead with clutch double (0:46)
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Judge ties game in 8th with RBI double (0:44)

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

What is it about the eighth inning of Game 4s for the Astros? It has all come apart here against the Yankees with a meltdown that could reach the level of that five-run eighth inning of Game 4 of the Division Series in 2015 against the Kansas City Royals.

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Judge caught in bizarre situation (1:13)

1927 Yankees diary

  • Robert Hunt
  • 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.