New York Teams

Nimmo, Cabrera go back-to-back to give Mets a lead (0:49)
Rays avoid sweep with win over Yankees (1:00)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner says he was out of the lineup today due to some soreness he was feeling in his right knee. Says it isn't one specific time in which he hurt himself; more of an "over time" issue. MRI today revealed some inflammation, but nothing too serious. Hopes to play Monday.

Doug Kezirian ESPN 

Yankees have now gone UNDER the betting total in 12 straight games, following Sunday's 3-1 loss

Hicks drops bat after solo blast (0:20)
AP Photo/Julie Jacobson

Mets activate closer Familia, get Bruce back

Mets closer Jeurys Familia, who went on the DL because of a sore right shoulder, was activated on Sunday. Outfielder Jay Bruce also returned to the lineup after missing the past three games with a sore back.

Swisher blasts double-decker dinger for Bombers (1:04)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

One of my favorite quotes about Old-Timers' Day came from Aaron Boone: "It's funny watching guys in the cage and I could see them like ... that's Willie Randolph — in slow motion. You know, their old swings. Sorry, Willie. But I said that about everybody. Lee Mazzilli. Yeah, that's Lee. That's Lee's swing right there — in slow motion. So that's kind of neat to see. I know I got in there in slow motion, too."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

More details have emerged in Chris Herndon's June 2 car crash in New Jersey that resulted in the Jets' rookie tight end being charged with DWI. According to the accident report obtained by ESPN, an eyewitness told NJ State Police that an SUV believed to be driven by Herndon was traveling at least 100 mph on Route 80. The report said Herndon's SUV flipped after colliding with another vehicle, which caught fire. The SUV slid approximately 700 feet after initial contact. Herndon told police the other vehicle was speeding and hit him from behind, causing him to flip. Herndon failed a Breathalyzer test, police said at the time of the arrest.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The current-day Yankees' lineup for Old-Timers' Day: Hicks CF Judge RF Gregorius SS Stanton LF Bird DH Sánchez C Andújar 3B Walker 1B Torres 2B Sabathia SP


Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Yankees manager Aaron Boone can still swing it. Right after this video ended, he hit a fly toward the left-field foul pole ... it landed a couple feet shy of the wall.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Giambi, making his Old-Timers' Day debut at Yankee Stadium today, just hit a second-deck homer to right as the former Yankees take batting practice.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Hey, dads, Happy Father's Day! How about we watch some former Yankees play today? It's Old-Timers' Day.

Conforto's dominance of Corbin continues (0:43)
Yankees' balanced attack knocks off Rays (1:21)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Earlier this month it was clear that Miami's Lonnie Walker had support among decision-makers in the Knicks' front office. That remains the case today, a few days from the draft, per sources. The Knicks worked Walker out individually earlier this week. Opposing executives believe Walker and Kentucky's Kevin Knox are among the players in the conversation for the Knicks, who pick ninth in the draft. Members of the organization were impressed by Knox's workout and some were also impressed by Walker's athleticism, defensive versatility and shot-making. Walker and Knox are probably among a bigger group of players being considered for the ninth pick. The Knicks also have workouts scheduled for next week that could impact their approach on Thursday.

Doug Kezirian ESPN 

Following 4-1 win, Yankees have now gone under the betting total in 11 straight games

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