New York Teams

Jackson Alexander ESPN Editor 

All three apparel shops at First Data Field have been sold out of Tim Tebow shirts/jerseys for weeks. Another batch was ordered at some point but hasn't arrived.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Staring at about six screens trying to figure out how the Nets have more wins in this mad, mad March (six) than the Cavaliers (five) ...

NBA 

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The first man to fall in the Yankees' starter competition is Luis Cessa. Cessa was out-righted to Triple-A after a poor spring. This leaves Bryan Mitchell, Luis Severino, Adam Warren, Chad Green and the emerging Jordan Montgomery competing for the 4th and 5th spots.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets are showing interest in the draft's top quarterback prospects -- hardly a surprise. They've already held a private workout with Notre Dame's DeShone Kizer, a source confirmed, and they're planning a workout with North Carolina's Mitchell Trubisky. No word yet on Clemson's DeShaun Watson and Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles, continuing his scouting tour of the Big Ten Conference, is attending the Michigan pro day on Friday. Talent evaluators say the Wolverines could have as many as 12 players drafted, including DE Taco Charlton and S Jabrill Peppers -- potential first rounders. Yesterday, Bowles scouted Ohio State, another school loaded with defensive talent. Detect a trend?

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Jackson Alexander ESPN Editor 

Yes, that is $110 million Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes turning double plays at second base. He also took reps at third and looked smooth, with the exception of one early drop.

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BBTN: Which MLB stories will play out as advertised?

A classic story of the introduction of Rangers manager Jeff Banister and pitching coach Doug Brocail follows Buster Olney's conversation with Karl Ravech and Justin Havens about which MLB stories will play out as advertised and more. Plus, Richard Griffin with some "Inside Heat" on the Blue Jays.

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Jackson Alexander ESPN Editor 

Mets relievers Jeurys Familia, Rafael Montero and Josh Smoker go through a lively fielding drill before Friday's spring training game vs. the Astros.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants have 71 players signed and are $9,389,876 under the salary cap, per NFLPA records. For what? Hmm. There is a defensive tackle on the market they wouldn't mind re-signing.

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You've got to feel for Taylor Hall

Taylor Hall spent the first seven seasons of his career with the sad-sack Edmonton Oilers. Now with the New Jersey Devils, he's on course to miss the playoffs yet again. That's some tough luck.

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Who is Clawford? (1:07)
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Lillard drops 30 in Blazers' victory over Knicks (1:23)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

According to the Orange County Register, Knicks team president Phil Jackson will be in Los Angeles on Friday, attending the unveiling of the Shaquille O'Neal statue at Staples Center. Also on Friday: the East Regional at MSG and the UCLA-Kentucky game in Memphis. Knicks GM Steve Mills, and not Jackson, will reportedly attend the game in Memphis.

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Lillard hits circus shot over Porzingis (0:15)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks lost for the 7th time in 8 games, but this may have been the first game they have actually tanked in the traditional sense. No Carmelo, Derrick Rose or Lance Thomas tonight. New York is tied with Sacramento for the 6th worst record in the NBA.

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O'Quinn slams it home over two Blazers (0:21)
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McCollum's floater beats the buzzer (0:17)
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Nylander extends point streak to 10 in Leafs' win (0:27)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks engineer an 8-0 run in the third quarter to cut Portland's lead to 13. Nice job by a lineup featuring Kyle O'Quinn, Justin Holiday and Rob Baker.

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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.