New York Teams

Cruz speaks out after racist graffiti found at Whitlock's home (0:45)

Chiefs beat Raiders

Freddie reacts to Kansas City's victory over the Oakland Raiders. Chiefs DL Dee Ford joined. Also, Frank Isola on the Melo-vs.-Phil Jackson issue in New York.

Hayes scores Rangers' winner with 1:09 left (0:28)
Pacioretty in right place at right time for goal (0:31)
Price takes out anger on Palmieri (0:29)
Lee's blast off the faceoff is the winner for Islanders (0:25)
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Mets need bullpen help

With closer Jeurys Familia facing a possible suspension at the start of next season, the Mets need a bullpen safety net. But they have to move an outfielder or get creative in other ways to free the needed salary, Buster Olney writes. Biggest holes for contenders (Insider)

Cowboys looking for revenge against Giants (1:12)
Jets fly to San Francisco to bounce back against 49ers (0:44)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets OC Chan Gailey, who turns 65 next month, said he'd like to return next year. He said the disappointing season hasn't affected his desire to coach. "I'm looking forward to everything that we can do to make this thing the way it needs to be," he said. Whether Todd Bowles brings him back is another story. The offense hasn't been good. "It all falls on me," Gailey said. "That's my job."

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Chapman: "Me gusta el Bronx, no quiero irme a otro sitio"

El lanzador cubano habla con Marly Rivera de ESPN, luego de oficializarse su contrato de cinco temporadas con los Yankees de New York. Mirar

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Key points on Jets' injury report: Khiry Robinson won't play Sunday against the Niners. It doesn't look good for Antonio Allen, Jalin Marshall and Steve McLendon. WR Devin Smith is expected to be active for the first time.

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.