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SEE IT: Tim Tebow Homers On First Pitch In Instructional League DebutIn the first pitch he saw in his first game, the 29-year-old Mets prospect homered Wednesday over the left-center field wall.
LISTEN: Brian Billick Discusses Success Of First-Year Starting QBsFirst-year starting quarterbacks have begun the season on a roll. Carson Wentz, Trevor Siemian, Dak Prescott, Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett have combined to go 11-1 so far.
Jets' Decker Aggravates Shoulder Injury, Uncertain For SundayNew York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker aggravated a shoulder injury last Sunday, and his availability for the game against the Seattle Seahawks is uncertain.
NFL Picks Week 4: Vikings Remain Perfect While Jaguars Grab First WinThe Vikings will move to 4-0, the Ravens will lose their first game of the year and the Jaguars will pick up their first win of the season in the process.
Mark DeRosa On WFAN: Brian McCann Very Interested In Returning To Yankees In 2017Don't be so quick to assume Brian McCann's days with the Yankees are numbered.
Schwartz: New York Riveters, NWHL Set To Start Year 2After launching last season as part of the brand new National Women’s Hockey League, the New York Riveters are preparing for their second campaign.

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Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: Sept. 28, 2016During Wednesday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day," we listened to Craig as he recalled his days in Cleveland, when he and then-Browns head coach Bill Belichick were tight.
Boomer & Carton: Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone Isn't A Fan Of Conor McGregorDonald "Cowboy" Cerrone joined Boomer and Craig in the Allstate Studio on Wednesday to talk about the UFC and promote his upcoming bout.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Updates Like No OtherJerry Recco was busy doing his thing Wednesday morning and by that we mean he was updating his face off like a savage.
Boomer & Carton: Mets Get Back On Track, Sanchez Continues To Shine, And Much MoreA day after playing a game they really couldn't win down in Miami, the Mets got back on track Tuesday night against the Marlins with a 12-1 win, thus keeping the defending NL champs atop the wild card race.

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LISTEN: Brian Billick Discusses Success Of First-Year Starting QBsFirst-year starting quarterbacks have begun the season on a roll. Carson Wentz, Trevor Siemian, Dak Prescott, Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett have combined to go 11-1 so far.
Mark DeRosa On WFAN: Brian McCann Very Interested In Returning To Yankees In 2017Don't be so quick to assume Brian McCann's days with the Yankees are numbered.
Victor Cruz On WFAN: Beckham Needs To Control Emotions, Understand Giants 'Need Him To Win'When asked Tuesday what he can do to help ensure that the excitable Beckham doesn't hurt the Giants, Cruz said he has to act like "a friend and brother" to him.
LISTEN: WFAN's Ed Coleman Describes Feeling At Emotional Marlins-Mets GameIn their first game since ace pitcher Jose Fernandez was killed in a boating accident, the Marlins beat the Mets 7-3, a game highlighted by Dee Gordon's leadoff home run.

Yankees

Mark DeRosa On WFAN: Brian McCann Very Interested In Returning To Yankees In 2017Don't be so quick to assume Brian McCann's days with the Yankees are numbered.
Palladino: Jets, Giants, Yankees Have Embarrassed Themselves Of LateBy the end of the week, the Jets, Giants, and Yankees will have supplied us with enough silliness to fill a new sequel of “Dumb and Dumber.”
Yankees' Baby Bombers Prevent Red Sox From Clinching AL East In 6-4 WinRookie Tyler Austin hit a tiebreaking two-run home run with none out in the bottom of the seventh inning, lifting the New York Yankees to a 6-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox Tuesday night.
WATCH: Fan Nearly Loses Engagement Ring While Proposing To Girlfriend At Yankee StadiumWhat could've been a terrible error turned into a joyous occasion at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night.
30 With Murti Podcast: Yankees Great Hideki MatsuiHideki Matsui was a legend in Japanese baseball, a monster home run hitter nicknamed "Godzilla." He came to the United States in 2003 and became a fan favorite with the Yankees over the next seven seasons.

Mets

SEE IT: Tim Tebow Homers On First Pitch In Instructional League DebutIn the first pitch he saw in his first game, the 29-year-old Mets prospect homered Wednesday over the left-center field wall.
Mets Keep Narrow Lead In Wild-Card Race With 12-1 Win Over MarlinsJay Bruce and Yoenis Cespedes hit their 31st homers of the season to lead the New York Mets to a 12-1 win over the Miami Marlins on Tuesday night at Marlins Park.
Steven Matz To Undergo Elbow Surgery, Miss Rest Of SeasonThe Mets announced Tuesday that the 25-year-old left-hander, who has been battling elbow and shoulder issues, will not pitch again in 2016.
LISTEN: WFAN's Ed Coleman Describes Feeling At Emotional Marlins-Mets GameIn their first game since ace pitcher Jose Fernandez was killed in a boating accident, the Marlins beat the Mets 7-3, a game highlighted by Dee Gordon's leadoff home run.
Dee Gordon Thanks Mets For Being 'First Class' Through Fernandez TributeThe Mets, as you would expect, put their humanity first and their postseason ambitions second in their game against the Marlins last night.

Jets

Jets' Decker Aggravates Shoulder Injury, Uncertain For SundayNew York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker aggravated a shoulder injury last Sunday, and his availability for the game against the Seattle Seahawks is uncertain.
Keidel: Jets' Mess In KC Has Produced Some Serious OverreactionsSocial media is bubbling with "bench Ryan Fitzpatrick" signs. Some Jets fans are ready to restart the Geno Smith era. Allow me to talk you off the Twitter cliff.
Brandon Marshall Looking To Mentor Austin Seferian-JenkinsBrandon Marshall is hopeful that he can help the new Jets tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins overcome some of his issues.
Palladino: Jets, Giants, Yankees Have Embarrassed Themselves Of LateBy the end of the week, the Jets, Giants, and Yankees will have supplied us with enough silliness to fill a new sequel of “Dumb and Dumber.”

Giants

Silverman: McAdoo Gets Chance To Prove Himself Over Tough StretchNew York is now coming to the iron of its schedule, starting Sunday night with a game in Minnesota against the league’s newest powerhouse.
Palladino: Jets, Giants, Yankees Have Embarrassed Themselves Of LateBy the end of the week, the Jets, Giants, and Yankees will have supplied us with enough silliness to fill a new sequel of “Dumb and Dumber.”
Victor Cruz On WFAN: Beckham Needs To Control Emotions, Understand Giants 'Need Him To Win'When asked Tuesday what he can do to help ensure that the excitable Beckham doesn't hurt the Giants, Cruz said he has to act like "a friend and brother" to him.
Eli Manning On WFAN: Beckham Was Calm For The Most Part SundayManning chalked up Beckham's fiery display on the sideline as his competitiveness shining through.

Knicks

Knicks Have Carmelo Confident Of More Post-Olympic SuccessCarmelo Anthony couldn't wait to get started. Maybe that's because he looks at the Knicks and sees real NBA talent around him for the first time in a few years.
Keidel: Derrick Rose Rape Case Adds To Knicks' MiserySo far this young century, the Knicks have given you few reasons to like them, and even fewer reasons to root for them.
Reports: LAPD Actively Investigating Rape Allegation Against Derrick RoseKnicks point guard Derrick Rose is now the subject of a criminal rape investigation in Los Angeles.

Nets

Lichtenstein: Rebuilding Nets Have No Choice But To Go All-LinWith literally every expert forecasting a miserable season ahead for the Nets, the players were unanimous in telling the media day attendees on Monday that they don’t mind flying below the radar.
AP Source: Kevin Garnett Plans To Retire After 21 SeasonsKevin Garnett has decided to retire after 21 seasons in the NBA, leaving a legacy as one of the best defensive players in league history and one of the game's most influential and intense competitors.
Lichtenstein: Nets Betting Culture Change Will Eventually Lift FranchiseIt has been a sharp descent for the Nets these last few years, but they say they have a plan to help them make the climb back up.

Devils

Devils Sign Defenseman Kyle Quincey To 1-Year ContractThe New Jersey Devils have signed veteran defenseman Kyle Quincey to a $1.25 million contract for the upcoming season.
Lichtenstein: New-Look Devils Open Camp Confident Offense Is BetterIf all goes according to general manager Ray Shero's plan, there's a good chance Devils fans might find their favorite team unrecognizable when the puck drops for real next month.
Hartnett: USA Hockey Couldn't Have Done A Worse Job Building This TeamUSA Hockey went all-in on grit, toughness, nastiness and jam – but that's not a recipe that wins games against the world's elite.

Rangers

Hartnett: Clendening's Power Play Prowess May Create Difficult Decision For RangersPuck-moving defenseman Adam Clendening will be a player to watch during the Rangers' preseason.
Hartnett: Kreider-Zibanejad-Buchnevich Line Could Be Rangers' Secret WeaponRangers head coach Alain Vigneault has come away impressed with the potential scoring punch of the newly-formed line of Chris Kreider, Mika Zibanejad and Pavel Buchnevich.
Hartnett: Rangers See Great Potential In Offseason Recruit ZibanejadAmong the topics discussed by Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault on the first day of training camp was the potential impact of offseason splash Mika Zibanejad.

Islanders

Report: Islanders To Sign Veteran Defenseman SeidenbergIt's never a bad idea to have veterans at your disposal. That appears to be the thinking of the Islanders, who will reportedly sign former Stanley Cup-winning defenseman Dennis Seidenberg to a one-year contract.
Yormark On Islanders At Barclays: 'We've Addressed Everything Fans Had Their Hands Raised About'Pleased with the progress made during the New York Islanders' first season in Brooklyn, Brett Yormark is looking forward to the team's second year at Barclays Center.
Islanders' 2016-17 Mission: Ride Retooled Roster Deeper Into PlayoffsComing off their deepest playoff run in 23 years, the Islanders open training camp hoping to build on that success and go even further.

NYCFC

Soccer In The City: Talking NYCFC Win Over Chicago And PlayoffsIn the latest episode of the “Soccer in the City” podcast, hosts Tom Kolker and Glenn Crooks discuss Patrick Vieira's good day in NYCFC's victory over Chicago.
NYCFC Headed To Playoffs After Beating Chicago Fire 4-1Jefferson Mena and David Villa scored a minute apart before the game was 10 minutes old and New York City FC clinched a playoff berth with a 4-1 victory over the Chicago Fire on Friday night.
‘Soccer In The City’ Podcast: Talking NYCFC's 2-2 Draw Vs. FC DallasThe guys analyze that match and discuss what NYCFC needs in order to be in top form heading into the playoffs.

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