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Mara: Giants fans emotional over anthem issue

Giants co-owner John Mara told The MMQB that he received "a lot" of mail from Giants fans last season who said they would never come to another Giants game if a player protested the national anthem similar to Colin Kaepernick.

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Yankees RF Aaron Judge reclaimed the MLB lead in homers with his 17th long ball during Monday's 3-2 loss to the Orioles. The solo shot was his fifth home run against Baltimore this season, the most vs. any team.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees lost to the Orioles, 3-2. Aaron Judge hit his 17th homer, a solo shot in the seventh. But in the 9th, with the Yankees down a run, Judge struck out against the Orioles' Brad Brach as the Yankees fell.

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Judge continues to mash with 17th HR (0:15)

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Bad news for the Yankees, they are down 3-2 in the eighth in Baltimore. Good news? Aaron Judge is due up in the 9th.

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Cody Bellinger and Aaron Judge have both homered today. Bellinger made his major-league debut on April 25, since then, both he and Judge have hit 11 HR, tied with Mike Trout for the most in MLB in that time.

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Judge blasts a solo shot for 17th HR of season (0:33)

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Rookie Aaron Judge does it again, hitting a solo shot to make it 3-2 in the seventh as the Yankees try to claw back against the Orioles. Judge's 17 homers are the most in baseball.

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Schoop puts Orioles up with 2-run double (0:29)

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Orioles lead the Yankees, 3-1, in the fourth, as Jonathan Schoop's third inning double to right plated two runs. The Yankees' Jordan Montgomery is not long for this game as his pitch count is already at 74.

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The Yankees travel to Baltimore today to take on the Orioles at 1 p.m. ET on ESPN/WatchESPN. All eyes will be on rookie sensation Aaron Judge, who's fared fell at the plate against the Orioles this season.

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Jacoby Ellsbury (concussion) is not ready to resume baseball activities, reports Bryan Hoch. Ellsbury was diagnosed last Wednesday after a collision with the outfield wall while making a catch. Aaron Hicks will continue to fill in during his absence.

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Aroldis Chapman (shoulder, rotator cuff inflamation) has resumed playing catch but is not ready to return to the bullpen according to MLB.com. He was able to do some throwing on back-to-back days this past weekend. Dellin Betances will continue to fill in as closer.

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Will Manny Machado be a Yankee in 2019?

Baltimore's superstar third baseman isn't far from hitting the free-agent market. Will the slugger stick with the O's, or will he take big bucks from the Bombers? As the AL East rivals battle this week, our writers weigh in -- and so can you.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

North Carolina's Justin Jackson is scheduled to work out for the Knicks on June 13, a league source confirmed. Some in the Knicks organization are intrigued by Jackson, as ESPN reported earlier this month, due to the 6-8 wing's potential as a player who can impact the game on both ends of the floor. Jackson, who has a 6-11 wingspan, is projected as a mid-first round pick in some mock drafts. So the Knicks, who have the eighth selection, may have to trade for an additional pick to select Jackson in June. Members of the organization had discussed the possibility of acquiring an additional first-round pick earlier this month, per sources. Details of any potential trade for an additional pick have yet to emerge. The New York Post first reported Jackson's scheduled workout with the Knicks.

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