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June

03
Yankees’ Gerrit Cole to begin stretch of rehab games Tuesday

New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole, who has yet to pitch this season because of nerve inflammation in his right elbow, will make his first minor league rehab start Tuesday. The reigning American League Cy Young Award winner could throw about 50 pitches for Double-A Somerset versus the visiting Hartford Yard Goats, Yankees manager Aaron Boone stated Sunday. Boone said Cole, 33, is expected to need at least two outings before the right-hander would be cleared to make his season debut for New York. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports “I try not to get […]

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May

29
David Stearns, Mets have ‘plenty of time’ to weigh trades

With his team sinking in the standings, New York Mets president of baseball operations David Stearns stated Tuesday that he will continue to practice patience before deciding whether to keep the roster intact for a postseason push or trade veterans at the July 30 deadline. “Generally, the trade deadline becomes an inflection point in the season,” Stearns said, “and we’ve got plenty of time before that.” The Mets entered Tuesday’s doubleheader versus the Los Angeles Dodgers with a 22-30 record, 14.5 games behind the first-place Philadelphia Phillies in the National League East and 4.5 games from the third NL wild-card spot. They had lost 10 of […]

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May

22
Jaylen Brown’s 3 rescues Celtics in Game 1 thriller vs. Pacers

The Indiana Pacers, massive underdogs in these Eastern Conference finals, coming off a dramatic triumph over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden to advance to this series 48 hours earlier, had the ball and were up three with 10 seconds left. They only needed to inbound the ball and hit a free throw to seal the victory. But then Indiana threw the ball away, giving the Celtics life. And after a spectacular inbounds pass from Jrue Holiday — one of many spectacular moments from him en route to a 28-point, 7-rebound, 8-assist, 3-steal performance — to Jaylen Brown in the corner permitted Brown to rise […]

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May

22
Aaron Rodgers embraces pressure of Jets’ do-or-die season

Aaron Rodgers is back as the starting quarterback of the New York Jets — healthy, confident and ready for a potential do-or-die season for himself and the entire organization. “If I don’t do what I know I’m capable of doing, we’re all probably going to be out of here,” Rodgers said Tuesday after his second OTA practice — the first open to the media. “I like that kind of pressure, though.” The four-time MVP amplified the narrative surrounding the Jets, that the fates of coach Robert Saleh and general manager Joe Douglas likely hinge on the 2024 season. The Jets are 18-33 under […]

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May

21
New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole will face hitters Tuesday

New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole will take another step in his recovery from nerve inflammation in his elbow on Tuesday when he faces hitters for the first time since landing on the injured list in late March. Yankees manager Aaron Boone, who confirmed the news to reporters on Monday, stated Cole was feeling good on Sunday after throwing 40 pitches in his fifth bullpen session on Saturday. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports “Yeah, it’s important,” Boone said. “Bouncing back from a two-up bullpen with some guys standing in on him, and I know (he […]

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May

16
Celtics fend off Cavs, return to Eastern Conference finals

The Boston Celtics, behind 25 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists from Jayson Tatum, defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 113-98 in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series Wednesday night, winning the series 4 games to 1 and advancing to the Eastern Conference finals. With the triumph, Boston advanced to the East finals for a third consecutive season. It also marks the sixth trip in eight years – the second time the Celtics have accomplished that feat (1980-88) and joining the Philadelphia 76ers (1977-85), Los Angeles Lakers (1980-91), Chicago Bulls (1989-98), Detroit Pistons (2003-08) and Golden State Warriors (2015-22) in doing so since the NBA went to a two-conference format in the 1970-71 season. […]

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May

09
Jalen Brunson returns from injury, sparks Knicks to 2-0 lead

New York Knicks center Isaiah Hartenstein stated he heard the roar from the locker room. Jalen Brunson, who had exited with a right foot injury late in the first quarter of Wednesday night’s Game 2 versus the Indiana Pacers, had returned to the Madison Square Garden floor during halftime to see if he could push through the pain. The moment he walked through the tunnel, the crowd erupted. It was a noise so loud that Hartenstein and his teammates said they heard it from their lockers, and so intense that Brunson pleaded fans to tone things down so he could find the mental clarity […]

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May

08
Cardinals’ Willson Contreras needs surgery, to miss 6 weeks

Cardinals catcher Willson Contreras broke his left forearm when he was hit by a swing during Tuesday night’s 7-5 loss to the New York Mets. Contreras told reporters he will need surgery and miss at least six weeks. “So right now I mean, I’m in pain pretty good, but I’m really upset missing,” Contreras stated. “I know that it’s going to be tough for me to watch the games and not out there with the guys, but I’m going to do my best to stay present, pick each other up and cheer for them because that’s the best thing I can do.” Contreras got hurt with J.D. […]

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May

03
Brunson, Hart heroics lift Knicks by Sixers in 6, into East semis

The Villanova boys did it again. Jalen Brunson had 14 of his 41 points in the fourth quarter and hit Josh Hart for his 12th assist, and what became the game-winning 3-pointer with 24 seconds left, as the New York Knicks escaped from Wells Fargo Center with a thrilling 118-115 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 6 of this first-round series. With the win, the Knicks advanced to the Eastern Conference semifinals for a second consecutive season — a feat the franchise hasn’t accomplished since 2000, when it did so for a ninth consecutive time. Now, New York will prepare to face the Pacers in the Eastern Conference semifinals set […]

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April

23
Jets trading QB Zach Wilson to Broncos

The New York Jets, who thought they had the quarterback position locked up for more than a decade when they drafted Zach Wilson with the No. 2 pick in 2021, traded him to the Denver Broncos on Monday. Based on their original investment, the Jets got pennies on the dollar — they will get a sixth-round selection (No. 203) in this week’s NFL draft from the Broncos, who in addition to Wilson will get a seventh-round pick (No. 256). The Jets and Broncos are splitting the $5.5 million Wilson is due this season with each team paying $2.75 million. The trade means that only one […]

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