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  • baseball Jan 16

    Mets Stay Silent on Future of New Manager Carlos Beltran

    Houston fired AJ Hinch an after the findings were released, Boston took under 30 hours to split with Alex Cora — but Beltran remains in limbo with the Mets

  • MLB Jan 13

    Gardner, Yankees Finalize $12.5M, 1-Year Contract

    Outfielder Brett Gardner and the New York Yankees finalized his $12.5 million, one-year contract on Saturday. New York agreed to the deal Dec. 13 during the winter meetings, and the 36-year-old took a physical on Tuesday. His addition, following last month’s $324 million, nine-year contract with pitcher Gerrit Cole, raised the Yankees’ projected luxury tax payroll to about $248 million…

  • Giants Jan 9

    Joe Judge, Old-Fashioned at 38, Wants Blue-Collar Giants

    Joe Judge has every intention of bringing old-fashioned blue-collar football back to the struggling New York Giants. Roughly three minutes after being introduced as the head coach of the Giants, the relative unknown 38-year-old disciple of two of football’s coaching greats set out to answer the question of who is this young man taking over a franchise that has...

  • NFL Jan 9

    Giants Introduce New Head Coach Joe Judge

    Bruce Beck reports.

  • MLB Jan 9

    Tim Tebow Will Be at Mets’ Spring Training for 4th Straight Year

    Tim Tebow will be at spring training with the New York Mets for the fourth straight year. The Mets said Thursday the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner will report to major league training camp next month in Port St. Lucie, Florida. The 32-year-old outfielder hit .163 in 77 games last season at Triple-A Syracuse in his second straight injury-shortened season. He…

  • NFL Jan 8

    New York Giants Finalize Deal to Make Joe Judge Head Coach

    New England Patriots special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach Joe Judge has been hired as the New York Giants head coach. The Giants and representatives for Judge reached a contract agreement Wednesday, less than 24 hours after the 38-year-old was offered the job and asked to turn around a franchise that has made the playoffs once since winning the…

  • NFL Jan 7

    Giants to Hire Joe Judge as Head Coach

    The New York Giants and New England Patriots assistant coach Joe Judge have agreed in principle on a deal to make the Bostonite their next head coach, sources familiar with the negotiations tell News 4 Tuesday. Bruce Beck reports.

  • NFL Jan 6

    Giants Interview Judge, Rhule on Deck, McCarthy to Dallas

    The New York Giants have interviewed New England Patriots assistant coach Joe Judge for their vacant head coaching job. The 38-year-old Judge has been a part of five championship teams, winning three Super Bowls with the Patriots and two college football titles with Alabama. Judge is the fifth candidate the Giants have interviewed since firing Pat Shurmur last week. The…

  • NBA Jan 3

    Brooklyn Nets Waive David Nwaba After Season-Ending Injury

    The Brooklyn Nets have waived swingman David Nwaba, who was lost for the season recently because of a ruptured right Achilles tendon. The move Friday frees up a roster spot for a Nets team that has lost a season-high four straight games while playing without injured starters Kyrie Irving and Caris LeVert. Nwaba was injured Dec. 19 in a loss…

  • Major League Baseball Jan 2

    Yankees’ German Suspended 81 Games for Domestic Violence

    Yankees pitcher Domingo Germán will miss the first 63 games of the 2020 season as part of an 81-game ban for violating Major League Baseball’s domestic violence policy. The league announced the suspension Thursday. Germán has agreed not to appeal. Germán was put on administrative leave on Sept. 19 while MLB investigated an alleged domestic violence incident involving his...

  • David Stern Jan 1

    Former NBA Commissioner David Stern Dies

    Former NBA Commissioner David Stern has died three weeks after he was hospitalized due to a “sudden brain hemorrhage,” according to the NBA. Bruce Beck reports.

  • NBA Jan 2

    Former NBA Commissioner David Stern Dies Weeks After Emergency Brain Surgery

    Former NBA Commissioner David Stern has died three weeks after he was hospitalized due to a “sudden brain hemorrhage,” according to the NBA. He was 77.

  • New York Jets Dec 30, 2019

    Jets Close Season With 13-6 Win Over Playoff-Bound Bills

    Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills can finally look ahead to making their playoff preparations knowing they’re headed to Houston next weekend. For Sam Darnold and the New York Jets (7-9), they have a long but hopeful offseason ahead in believing their 6-2 second-half record has them poised for a better future. “I promise you, we’ll grow from here...

  • Giants Dec 30, 2019

    Injury-Ravaged Eagles Beat Giants 34-17 to Win NFC East

    Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles are heading to the playoffs thanks to a group of players off the practice squad. Boston Scott ran for three touchdowns in the second half and the injury-ravaged Eagles beat the New York Giants 34-17 on Sunday to win the NFC East title. Philadelphia hosts either San Francisco (12-3) or Seattle (11-4) in a…

  • sports Dec 23, 2019

    Giants Beat Redskins in Overtime

    Pat Shurmur mused about scolding Daniel Jones for a fumble, then the New York Giants coach looked down at the score sheet. “Five touchdowns and certainly the touchdown in overtime,” Shurmur said. “Maybe I won’t holler at him. I’ll just talk to him.” Jones put together one of the best performances by a rookie quarterback in decades Sunday, throwing...

  • crime Dec 22, 2019

    Long Island University Football Player Killed

    Authorities were still looking for a suspect Sunday in the death of 22-year-old Long Island University quarterback Clayton Beathard.

  • sports Dec 22, 2019

    Jets Damage Steelers’ Playoff Hopes With 16-10 Victory

    Le’Veon Bell helped deal his former team’s playoff hopes a big blow, leading the New York Jets to a 16-10 victory over the banged-up Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. The Steelers (8-7) entered the game controlling their postseason destiny and would have clinched a berth with wins in their final two games, but now need some help. Pittsburgh now needs...

  • New York Giants Dec 20, 2019

    Daniel Jones Returns as Giants Starter, Eli Back on Bench

    Rookie Daniel Jones is returning as the New York Giants starting quarterback after missing two weeks with an ankle injury. Jones again replaces two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning, who had returned to the starting lineup with Jones sidelined. Manning is in the final year of his contract, so the decision to start Jones Sunday against the Washington Redskins might…

  • Yankees Dec 18, 2019

    Gerrit Cole, Yankees Finalize Record $324M Contract

    Gerrit Cole brought along a sign for the news conference to announce his signing with the New York Yankees: a crinkled poster board that read “Yankee Fan Today Tomorrow Forever.”

  • Giants Dec 16, 2019

    Manning Throws 2 TDs, Gets Standing Ovation as Giants End Long Skid

    If this was Eli Manning’s final start at home in a career that saw the New York Giants win two Super Bowls, it was one that sent chills down the spine. And a choked-back tear for the face of the franchise for the past 16 years. The two-time Super Bowl MVP threw two touchdowns and New York snapped a franchise…

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