New York teams

Baez expected to be traded to the Mets (2:26)

Jeff Passan ESPN 

The New York Mets are finalizing a trade to acquire shortstop Javier Baez from the Chicago Cubs, sources tell ESPN. Deal is pending medicals.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Saw Saquon Barkley running routes, cutting hard and sprinting full speed on Thursday. Coach Joe Judge said he's "very pleased" with where he's at. He added that Barkley is at the point where he is "mirroring our practices" to build up confidence for when he returns.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants practice Saturday will be in Newark, NJ as part of the NFL's "Back Together Saturday" initiative. It is not open to the public, but local HS, Pop Warner and youth programs will be in attendance. Coach Joe Judge explained that it's "important" to get out in the community and do this, in part, because not everyone gets the opportunity to go to games.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Some players on the active roster who worked out on the side Friday (injuries + returning from Covid list): WR Kadarius Toney (Covid) OL Shane Lemieux (knee) OLB Lorenzo Carter (N/A) WR Derrick Dillon (N/A) OLB Elerson Smith (N/A) Did not practice: OL Chad Slade (personal)

William Weinbaum ESPN 

With Carlos Carrasco set to make his first start for the Mets, it is fitting to look back to May 2020 and the ESPN story done with him by the late, great Pedro Gomez and outstanding producer Greg Amante: (link needs to be cut/pasted into browser).

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Worst case seems to have been avoided on this Shane Lemieux knee injury, per source. Sigh of relief for Giants and their offensive line. Lemieux, a projected starter at left guard, will undergo further evaluation over next few days but it's not believed to be season-ending. Coach Joe Judge says they will know more in the next 24-48 hours.

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