New York Teams

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Mets and Cardinals fans need not worry. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said his club plans on playing the Giants hard this weekend with playoff implications present. At question, though, would be how long starters Clayton Kershaw and Rich Hill are extended in their outings.

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Canada wins World Cup on Marchand's late goal

Canada scored two goals in the final 2:53 on Thursday night, capped by Brad Marchand's winner with 43.1 seconds left, to beat Team Europe 2-1 to win the World Cup of Hockey.

Manning's history against the Vikings doesn't look promising for Week 4 matchup (0:47)
Yankees win Ortiz's last game in the Bronx (0:46)

Matt Marrone 

Red Sox skipper John Farrell said the Yankees' gift to David Ortiz -- a leather-bound book full of personal notes -- "might be the most meaningful" of the year. "A touch of class."

David Ortiz's farewell to Yankee Stadium (1:30)

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Another aspect for CC Sabathia to celebrate: He didn't hurt his shoulder this season, which means his $25 million vests for 2017.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

CC Sabathia ends a very good comeback season. A year ago at this time, Sabthia was entering alcohol rehab and his spot in the rotation was in doubt. After barely beating out Ivan Nova for the fifth starter spot in spring training, Sabathia will finish the year with a 3.91 ERA after his 7 1/3 innings, one run, four-hit, eight strikeout and two-walk performance.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The New York Yankees officially have to wait 'til next year. They have been eliminated from the playoffs via the Orioles' 4-0 win over the Blue Jays.

Ball boy makes tough grab (0:25)
Knicks preparing for season (0:58)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Joakim Noah finds a trailing Kristaps Porzingis for an open 3-pointer, which Jeff Hornacek notes was taken from '4-5 feet' behind the line.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

After flirting with having Bartolo Colon pitch on short rest Friday, the Mets intend to stick with their original plan. So Robert Gsellman will open the series against the Phillies, followed by Colon on Saturday. Ideally, the Mets will have clinched before Sunday. That way, Noah Syndergaard can throw a couple of innings in the regular-season finale as a tune-up for the wild-card game rather than making a full start Sunday.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

In the fourth, David Ortiz walked and was pinch-run for by Brock Holt. Ortiz received a pretty nice cheer as he left the field, but nothing too special. That ends his career at Yankee Stadium. He will probably go down as the most impactful figure in the rivalry since Babe Ruth.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Yankee Stadium has become Fenway South. Xander Bogaerts just tied the game in the fourth inning with a home run and the crowd erupted. It is 1-1.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

David Ortiz got mostly a standing O in his first at-bat, then a K. CC Sabathia just struck him out after a lot of fans -- many with Red Sox jerseys on -- cheered him at Yankee Stadium.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Today's Jets-Seahawks injury report: CB Darrelle Revis (ankle) was back to full practice. DE Mo Wilkerson (ankle) was downgraded to limited, but it's not a concern for the team.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Today's Jets-Seahawks injury report: CB Darrelle Revis (ankle) was back to full practice. DE Mo Wilkerson (ankle) was downgraded to limited, but it's a concern for the team.

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

Doc Rivers said he doesn't foresee KG accepting a coaching job this season: "I don't think he wants to coach. He's not that crazy. Who would ever want to do that? ... There's no way that's going to happen. I think he has a teaching future. This [situation] is as organic as it could be. I just told him to come around and figure it out. Do whatever you want. Whatever he does, I'm good with, because I do think he can have a very positive impact on us."

1927 Yankees diary

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