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Chile Beats Argentina, Wins Second Straight Copa America TitleChile won their second straight Copa America title by beating Argentina 4-2 on penalty kicks following a 0-0 tie Sunday night.
NBA, WNBA Become First Pro Sports Organizations In NYC Pride MarchNBA Commissioner Adam Silver and WNBA President Lisa Borders marched in the New York City Pride March on Sunday.
Winger Angel Di Maria Returns As Argentina Takes On Chile In Copa America FinalWinger Angel Di Maria returned to Argentina's lineup for the Copa America final against defending champion Chile on Sunday night.
Win Streak Ends For New York Liberty With 104-97 Loss To Phoenix In OTThe Phoenix Mercury rallied to beat New York 104-97 in overtime on Sunday, ending the Liberty's six-game winning streak.
Braves Beat Mets 5-2, Split 4-Game SeriesA first-inning homer by Freddie Freeman was the only offense the Atlanta Braves could muster against New York Mets nemesis Bartolo Colon, but Bud Norris was even better Sunday.
6 Home Runs For Twins As Duffey Dominates YankeesTyler Duffey set down the first 17 Yankees batters and wound up pitching two-hit ball for eight innings while the Minnesota Twins backed him with six home runs to beat New York 7-1 Sunday.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: June 24, 2016There were a couple of Giants featured in Friday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day," as Craig had some fun at the expense of rookie cornerback Eli Apple and veteran Jason Pierre-Paul.
Boomer & Carton: A Protective Mother, A Backstabbing Industry And 'Craig's On'Things got real interesting as Friday's show progressed.
Boomer & Carton: A Response To Mike's SlightCraig carved out a little time Friday morning so that he could respond to some of the things Mike Francesa said Thursday afternoon on his radio show
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Gets His Groove BackThough he technically he never lost it, Jerry made sure to reaffirm his update dominance on Friday morning.

Best Of Mike Francesa

Joe Girardi On WFAN: Playoffs Are Within Yankees' ReachJoe Girardi says he still believes the Yankees can be a playoff team -- if they can be more consistent.
LISTEN: Mike & Mad Dog Discuss Potential Yankees Deadline Moves During Special SimulcastMike and the Mad Dog teamed up again for a special simulcast Friday.
John Smoltz On WFAN: Today's Pitchers Don't Know Difference Between Discomfort And InjuryJohn Smoltz says the reason young pitchers these days so often complain about arm issues is they're not properly conditioned for the grind of big league baseball.
Mike & The Mad Dog To Do Simulcast FridayThe iconic former duo of Mike Francesa and Chris "Mad Dog" Russo will be talking sports in a special simulcast at 4 p.m. Friday that will air on WFAN and SiriusXM's Mad Dog Sports Radio.

Yankees

6 Home Runs For Twins As Duffey Dominates YankeesTyler Duffey set down the first 17 Yankees batters and wound up pitching two-hit ball for eight innings while the Minnesota Twins backed him with six home runs to beat New York 7-1 Sunday.
Bullpen Brilliant Again As Yankees Edge Twins 2-1The New York Yankees edged the Minnesota Twins 2-1 Saturday with more dominant pitching from the back end of their bullpen.
Yankees Activate Teixeira Off 15-Day DL, First Baseman In Lineup Against TwinsFirst baseman Mark Teixeira has been activated from the 15-day disabled list and is in the New York Yankees' lineup against the Minnesota Twins.
Tanaka Strikes Out 7, Bombers Return To .500 With 5-3 Win Over TwinsRob Refsnyder had the tiebreaking single, Masahiro Tanaka struck out seven in six innings and the New York Yankees reached the .500 mark again with a 5-3 victory over the Minnesota Twins.
Joe Girardi On WFAN: Playoffs Are Within Yankees' ReachJoe Girardi says he still believes the Yankees can be a playoff team -- if they can be more consistent.

Mets

Braves Beat Mets 5-2, Split 4-Game SeriesA first-inning homer by Freddie Freeman was the only offense the Atlanta Braves could muster against New York Mets nemesis Bartolo Colon, but Bud Norris was even better Sunday.
Kelly Johnson's Homer In 11th Gives Mets 1-0 Win Over BravesPinch-hitter Kelly Johnson lined a leadoff home run in the 11th inning and the New York Mets outlasted the Atlanta Braves 1-0 on Saturday night.
Mets Sign Shortstop Jose Reyes To Minor League ContractReyes, 33, played primarily at shortstop for the Mets from 2003-11, but may be used in a utility role in his reunion with the team.
Mets Get Out To Big Lead, Hold On To Beat Braves 8-6Hansel Robles came out of the bullpen with some timely long relief to save the New York Mets for the second time this week, helping preserve an 8-6 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Friday at Turner Field.
Reports: Mets To Work Out Cuban Star, Could Sign Reyes Within DaysThe Mets will work out Cuban star third baseman Yulieski Gourriel and could make a run at shortstop Jose Reyes this weekend, according to reports.

Jets

Palladino: Jets Need To Beat The Clock, Land Fitz Or Mo Wilk By CampSmart money is on the Jets signing Fitzpatrick before Wilkerson, because the QB situation matters more than anything.
Jets Sign Minicamp Tryout, Former 49ers WR Kyle WilliamsThe New York Jets have signed wide receiver Kyle Williams, who tried out for the team during minicamp this week.
Jets' 'Big Cat' Williams Hungry For Better Second NFL SeasonWilliams finished with a modest three sacks and a combined 63 tackles while starting 15 games.
Jets' Bowles: Muhammad Wilkerson Contract Situation Not A DistractionThe Pro Bowl defensive end told the New York Post for a story published Thursday that it's "shocking" that the Jets haven't yet signed him to a new deal.

Giants

Schwartz: Giants' Spagnuolo To Give Back At 'Big Daddy' CampThe camp will serve as a chance for Spagnuolo and the others to teach the fundamentals of the game to the kids, whether they play tackle, flag, or just in the backyard.
McAdoo Sends Giants Away With Warning To Be Ready For CampMcAdoo disclosed Thursday that he talked to the team three times in the last 24 hours about working out, staying out of trouble and showing up on July 28 ready to go.
Giants' Spagnuolo Vows Defense Is 'Going To Be Better'After finishing last in total defense in 2015, the Giants signed defensive end Olivier Vernon, cornerback Janoris Jenkins, defensive tackle Damon Harrison and linebacker Keenan Robinson.
Report: Ravens Release OT Eugene Monroe; Giants Might Be InterestedMonroe, who played at Plainfield High School in New Jersey, was considered one of the league's better offensive tackles before missing 15 games over the past two season due to shoulder and knee injuries.

Knicks

Derrick Rose At Knicks Introductory Press Conference: 'I Just Want To Win'Derrick Rose says he's focused on winning and hopes to be a Knick for the long run.
Silverman: Escape From Chicago Just Might Reignite Rose’s CareerHe wants at least one more maximum contract, and he knows the only way he is going to get it is to come close to returning to the form he had when he was an MVP with the Chicago Bulls in the 2010-11 season.
Schmeelk: Debunking Myths About All The Good The Rose Trade Will DoThere are three main arguments proponents of the Derrick Rose trade have given for why it will help the Knicks long term. None hold water.

Nets

Lichtenstein: Nets' Draft Day Trade A Case Of Poor Marks-ManshipEvidently, Brooklyn general manager Sean Marks has no issue with burying the franchise even deeper before attempting to dig out.
Nets Emerge From Draft With Pair Of Shooting GuardsThe Indiana Pacers selected Michigan's Caris LeVert with the 20th overall pick Thursday. His rights, however, are expected to be traded to the Nets after the teams agreed to a trade earlier in the day.
Report: Nets Trade Young To Indiana For First-Round Pick Thursday, Future Second-RounderThe Brooklyn Nets have reportedly traded small forward Thaddeus Young to the Indiana Pacers for the 20th overall pick in Thursday night's draft and a future second-round selection.

Devils

Devils' New Director Of Scouting Says NHL Draft Loaded With BalanceComing off a fourth straight year missing the playoffs, New Jersey will have nine picks, including the 11th overall, in Friday's draft.
Local NHL Home Openers Include Rangers Hosting IslandersThe Rangers will be looking for revenge against the Isles, who won all four meetings against their crosstown rivals last season.
Devils Acquire Forward Marc Savard From PanthersThe 38-year-old Savard hasn't played since the 2010-11 season because of concussion-related issues.

Rangers

Devils Open Season With Two Games In FloridaThe Devils then play five of their next six games at home, starting with the Anaheim Ducks on Oct. 18.
Rangers Start 2016-17 With Home-Heavy SlateThe New York Rangers will play eight of their first 11 games of the 2016-17 season at Madison Square Garden, including their season opener against the archrival Islanders on Oct. 13.
Hartnett: Get Ready, The Rangers' Summer Shakeup Is Coming SoonPoint-producing defenseman Keith Yandle was dealt to the Florida Panthers on Monday evening for a 2016 sixth-round pick and a conditional fourth-round pick in 2017.

Islanders

Islanders Open Season With Two On The RoadThe Islanders will open their 2016-17 season with two tough road games before returning home to the Barclays Center.
Local NHL Home Openers Include Rangers Hosting IslandersThe Rangers will be looking for revenge against the Isles, who won all four meetings against their crosstown rivals last season.
GM Snow All But Rules Out Okposo's Return To The IslandersBarring a miracle, Kyle Okposo has played his last game with the Islanders.

NYCFC

Lampard, Matarrita Score; New York City FC Beats Seattle Sounders 2-0Frank Lampard scored a disputed goal late in the first half, Ronald Matarrita added an insurance tally in the 87th minute and New York City FC beat the Seattle Sounders 2-0 on Saturday.
Crooks: NYCFC's Jack Harrison Making His Presence FeltHarrison, a product of the Manchester United Academy, is not merely a fleet front runner. He is an astute examiner of the game.
‘Soccer In The City’ Podcast: USA Falls To Argentina, NYCFC Tops PhiladelphiaIn the latest episode of the “Soccer in the City” podcast, hosts Tom Kolker, Glenn Crooks and Roberto Abramowitz discuss USA's loss to Argentina in Copa America and NYCFC's win against Philadelphia.

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