New York teams
— Buck Showalter believes in this New York Mets offense, especially if his players keep taking tough at-bats the way they did in the series opener against San Francisco.
- Ex-Brooklyn catcher, Mets coach Pignatano dies
- MLB suspends Yanks' Donaldson for one game
- Chapman MRI clean; closer still may go on IL
- Pens GM: 'In a perfect world,' Malkin, Letang stay
From the first round all the way through the Stanley Cup Final, ESPN has you covered. Check out the full picture and coverage on each team.
— Ramón Urías hit a tiebreaking homer in the sixth inning off Gerrit Cole and the Baltimore Orioles withstood Aaron Judge’s two home runs to beat the Yankees 6-4 Monday night and send New York to its season-high third straight loss.
We explore the next moves each team should make this summer and forecast their 2022-23 outlook.
Led by high-scoring guards Jackie Young, Kelsey Plum and Chelsea Gray, the Aces bumped the Mystics from the No. 1 perch in our Week 3 rankings.
Joe Pignatano, a former Brooklyn Dodgers catcher and the last living coach from the 1969 New York Mets, has died at age 92.
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Yankees third baseman Josh Donaldson has been suspended for one game for calling White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson "Jackie" on Saturday. Donaldson is appealing the suspension.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
Yankees 3B Josh Donaldson has received a one-game suspension and a fine for "inappropriate comments" during Saturday's game against the White Sox. Michael Hill, MLB's Senior Vice President for On-Field Operations: "Regardless of Mr. Donaldson's intent, the comment he directed toward Mr. Anderson was disrespectful and in poor judgment, particularly when viewed in the context of their prior interactions." Donaldson has elected to appeal.
An MRI on the ailing Achilles of Aroldis Chapman came back negative, but Yankees manager Aaron Boone said his closer still may go on the IL.
Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Ron Hextall says he wants to find a way to have Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang stay with the club for the rest of their careers.
Chris Carlin and Chris Canty, in for Greeny, react to the Warriors going up 3-0 over the Mavericks. Brian Windhorst, ESPN NBA Insider joins the show to talk NBA Playoffs. Chris and Chris then take calls from angry Heat fans. Chris and Chris discuss the spat between Tim Anderson and Josh Donaldson.
The guys continue to discuss Josh Donaldson calling Tim Anderson "Jackie." Former Dallas Maverick Guard Derek Harper joins the discuss the Mavericks being down 3-0, and what Luka needs to improve on. Plus, What is the better duo for Kyrie: Kyrie and KD or Kyrie and LeBron?
What do the Mavs need to do to get over the top and contend? Brian Windhorst joins to talk about who should be the next coach of the Lakers, and the Heat/Celtics series. Plus, the guys discuss Josh Donaldson calling Tim Anderson "Jackie."
Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer
The Jets conduct their first OTA practice today (closed to media; tomorrow open). Top storylines: 1. First glimpse of Zach Wilson in Year 2. His command should be 10 times better than last year; 2. OL issues: Will Mekhi Becton show? It's voluntary. Will OT George Fant participate? He's coming off a knee scope and is having contract talks. Interesting to see how they line up; 3. Denzel Mims is said to be in great shape. Now has to prove himself on the field to the coaches.
Aroldis Chapman says he's dealing with a left Achilles issue but refused to blame to that for his recent struggles, the latest a blown save against the White Sox on Sunday.
Tim Anderson hit a three-run homer and then put a finger to his lips to silence the booing fans, capping a tumultuous weekend at Yankee Stadium and helping the Chicago White Sox beat New York 5-0 Sunday night for a doubleheader sweep.
Another night, another celebrity sighting at a live sporting event.
— Tim Anderson said everything he had to say with one swing of the bat — and a commanding trot around the bases.
The Mets and pitcher Chris Bassitt agreed to a one-year, $8.65 million deal with a $19 million mutual option for next year to avoid an arbitration hearing.
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