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MLB May Make Unilateral Rule Changes For 2018Major League Baseball intends to give the players' association the required one-year advance notice that would allow management to unilaterally change the strike zone, install pitch clocks and limit trips to the pitcher's mound starting in 2018.
Best Of Mike Francesa: Alex Rodriguez Shows Up To Deny PED Use In November 2013On Nov. 20, 2013, Alex Rodriguez, who was fighting to avoid a 211-game suspension for PED use, walked out of his grievance hearing after arbitrator Fredric Horowitz refused to order baseball Commissioner Bud Selig to testify.
Alex Rodriguez Arrives At Yankees Camp, Says He's Done Playing For GoodReleased last August with more than a year left in his $275 million, 10-year contract, A-Rod spent his first day as New York Yankees spring training guest instructor. Asked Tuesday whether he is retired, the 41-year-old responded: "Yes, I am."
Darrelle Revis Court Hearing Delayed Until March 15, Reports SayRevis is facing two counts of aggravated assault, along with charges of robbery, conspiracy to commit aggravated assault and terroristic threats, a misdemeanor.
Best Of Mike Francesa: March 2014 Interview With Derek JeterIn spring training 2014, Derek Jeter announced he was about to embark on his final season.
Keidel: Where Should Tony Romo Go?While Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has many suitors, only the Broncos and Texans would really be a good fit.
Magic Johnson Named Lakers' New President Of Basketball OperationsThe Los Angeles Lakers have fired general manager Mitch Kupchak and put Magic Johnson in charge of basketball operations in a major shake-up of the struggling franchise's front office.
Report: Jets Make Contract Offer To CB K'Waun WilliamsThe Jets are reportedly among four teams that have offered a contract to free agent cornerback K'Waun Williams.
Keidel: Considering Time And Circumstance, Girardi Has Done Just Fine With YankeesMaybe Millennials don't remember, but we once had a mayor who exhorted a crowd by bellowing, "How am I doin'?" In the case of Joe Girardi as Yankees manager, not half bad.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: Feb. 21, 2017Tuesday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day" featured a sound which came from Yankees skipper Joe Girardi.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Is Back And As Dialed-In As UsualJerry Recco had laser focus Tuesday morning while delivering the latest edition of his wildly popular update series.
Boomer & Carton: Melo Rumors, A Revis Video And An Unhappy BetancesAfter celebrating Presidents' Day, Craig was back Tuesday morning and he had super sub Chris Simms with him.
Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: Feb. 17, 2017Finally on Friday, the guys got to the highly anticipated "Moment of the Day," which put on display the NBA knowledge of both Al Dukes and Craig.

Best Of Mike Francesa

Best Of Mike Francesa: Alex Rodriguez Shows Up To Deny PED Use In November 2013On Nov. 20, 2013, Alex Rodriguez, who was fighting to avoid a 211-game suspension for PED use, walked out of his grievance hearing after arbitrator Fredric Horowitz refused to order baseball Commissioner Bud Selig to testify.
Best Of Mike Francesa: March 2014 Interview With Derek JeterIn spring training 2014, Derek Jeter announced he was about to embark on his final season.
Terrell Owens On WFAN: After Character Debate, Hall Of Fame 'Doesn't Mean Anything To Me'Terrell Owens insisted Thursday that stories leading Hall of Fame voters to question his character have been overblown.
LISTEN: Francesa Cautions Charles Oakley Against Overplaying His HandJames Dolan and Madison Square Garden have lifted their ban on the Knicks great, but Oakley is demanding a public apology.

Giants

WATCH: Drake Gets Odell Beckham Jr. To Sign Fan's Jersey At His ConcertDrake and Odell Beckham Jr teamed up to make a fan's day at a recent Drake concert.
Palladino: Cutting Cruz Stings, But It Was Necessary For Giants' FutureIn the end, $7.5 million was just too much for general manager Jerry Reese to spend on a third wide receiver, even an immensely popular one whose name should ultimately end up in the team’s Ring of Honor.
Keidel: Victor Cruz's Underdog Story Won't Soon Be ForgottenLike so many moves in the NFL, cutting Victor Cruz was cold, rooted in the blind business of finance, in numbers, in the zero-sum calculus of pay versus production.
Giants Release WR Victor Cruz, RB Rashad JenningsThe Giants on Monday parted ways with a pair of offensive veterans on the wrong side of 30, freeing up $10 million in salary cap space.

Jets

Darrelle Revis Court Hearing Delayed Until March 15, Reports SayRevis is facing two counts of aggravated assault, along with charges of robbery, conspiracy to commit aggravated assault and terroristic threats, a misdemeanor.
Report: Jets Make Contract Offer To CB K'Waun WilliamsThe Jets are reportedly among four teams that have offered a contract to free agent cornerback K'Waun Williams.
Report: Revis' Lawyers Say Voice Heard On Aftermath Video Is Not Jets StarHours after a video surfaced on TMZ.com on Sunday showing the aftermath of the alleged altercation between Jets star cornerback Darrelle Revis and two men on the streets of Pittsburgh, the player's attorneys went on the offensive.
Keidel: It's Just Hard To Believe Revis Is Wrapped Up In This MessIf Joe Namath reveled in bombast, Darrelle Revis reveled in nobility and humility, which is why his recent arrest makes no sense.

Yankees

Alex Rodriguez Arrives At Yankees Camp, Says He's Done Playing For GoodReleased last August with more than a year left in his $275 million, 10-year contract, A-Rod spent his first day as New York Yankees spring training guest instructor. Asked Tuesday whether he is retired, the 41-year-old responded: "Yes, I am."
Keidel: Considering Time And Circumstance, Girardi Has Done Just Fine With YankeesMaybe Millennials don't remember, but we once had a mayor who exhorted a crowd by bellowing, "How am I doin'?" In the case of Joe Girardi as Yankees manager, not half bad.
Sweeny: Bird Is Again The Word At First Base For YankeesHere’s the scary part about Greg Bird’s spectacular 2015 debut with the Yankees. He knew all along that this shoulder wasn’t right.
Smiling Instructor Swisher Lights Up Yankees Spring TrainingNick Swisher has arrived as a New York Yankees guest spring training instructor and Alex Rodriguez is on deck.
Palladino: Yankees Shouldn't Wait To Extend Girardi's ContractBrian Cashman rebuilt a Yankees farm system that has presented Joe Girardi with a much-needed supply of young blood. That’s a good thing. But one more item needs tending to: a contract extension for the manager, himself.

Mets

Captain Wright Impressed By Mets' Character, ClubhouseDavid Wright isn't sure how an intangible issue like character factors into wins and losses and the divisional race in the National League East. Still, the career-long Met is impressed by the leadership qualities in the clubhouse around him.
Kallet: Failed Talks Between Mets, Walker Not The End Of The WorldIt looks like Neil Walker, who accepted the Mets’ qualifying offer in November and will be eligible for free agency after the season, will be playing on a one-year contract for the foreseeable future.
Coleman: Good Vibrations Overflowing As Mets Get Down To BusinessThe Mets' first full squad workout on Sunday was filled with understated proclamations and positivity on a lot of fronts.
Report: Ex-Met Niese Reaches Deal With YankeesAssuming the contract is finalized and Niese makes the team, the Yankees could use Niese as a situational reliever and spot starter.
Daniel Murphy On Neighbor Tim Tebow's Batting: 'The Power Is Real'Last season's runner-up for National League MVP thinks Tim Tebow has some ability with a bat. He just needs more work.

Knicks

Schmeelk: Trading Rose For Rubio An Intriguing Option For KnicksThere’s a lot going for such a move. Rose would no longer be on the team, and the chance of him returning on a long-term deal this summer is slim to none.
Charles Oakley To Become Player/Coach In Ice Cube's 3-On-3 LeagueJames Dolan might not be thrilled to have Charles Oakley around, but Ice Cube is.
Report: Multiple Teams Interested In Dealing For Derrick RoseRose is in the final year of the five-year, $94 million contract he signed with the Bulls in 2012.

Nets

Lichtenstein: Marks And The Market Diverge On Lopez's Net WorthFor eight-plus seasons, Brook Lopez has been worth more to the Nets’ franchise than what others were willing to pay for his services. It is why he has never been dealt.
Nets Squander Season-High From Lopez In Close Loss To MilwaukeeGiannis Antetokounmpo scored 33 points in his final game before making his All-Star debut, Greg Monroe added 25 and the Milwaukee Bucks sent the Brooklyn Nets to the break on a 14-game skid
Forbes Again Ranks Knicks As NBA's Most Valuable FranchiseThe Knicks' value is up 10 percent from last year, and the team turned an NBA-recording operating profit of $141 million last season.

Devils

Schwei's Devils Notes: Surging Hall, A Lot Of Saves, And ShutoutsThe Devils remained in the conversation for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference after splitting their home-and-home set with the Islanders over the weekend.
Islanders Hold Off Devils For Home-And-Home SplitJohn Tavares and Jason Chimera scored in the first minute of the third period Sunday night and the New York Islanders prepared for the longest road trip in franchise history by holding off the New Jersey Devils 6-4 at Barclays Center.
Schneider Blocks 40 Shots As Devils Hold On To Beat IslandersIn an important division battle pitting one team struggling mightily on home ice and another with a league-low seven victories on the road, it was the New Jersey Devils that got the best of the visiting New York Islanders.

Rangers

Hartnett: To All The Doubters, Lundqvist Is Indeed In Playoff FormHenrik Lundqvist remains in a class by himself when it comes to clutch netminding.
Zuccarello's Goal Lifts Rangers To Victory Over CapitalsMats Zuccarello's 12th goal of the season midway through the third period lifted the New York Rangers to a win over the Washington Capitals at Madison Square Garden on Sunday afternoon.
Hartnett: Slumping Zibanejad Needs To Get Back To Playing On InstinctMika Zibanejad has all the mental and physical tools to become a dominant center in this league, but he's struggling mightily right now.

Islanders

Schwartz: Islanders' Anders Lee Fighting Kids Cancer With FrisbeesEvery holiday season, Islanders left wing Anders Lee and his teammates visit hospitals and see first-hand what pediatric cancer patients go through.
Capellini: Road Trip From Hell Doesn't Have To Be Islanders' UndoingThe Islanders are about to embark on the longest road trip in franchise history, a set of nine games that will, for all intents and purposes, determine if they will make the playoffs.
Schwartz: For Now, Pulock Content To Star For Islanders' AHL ClubRyan Pulock has already experienced a taste of what the Stanley Cup playoffs are like and he wants to go through it again.

NYCFC

NYCFC Signs Argentinian Maxi Moralez As Third Designated PlayerNew York City Football Club is adding some flash and dash to its offense.
‘Soccer In The City’ Podcast: NYCFC's Exciting Exhibition In EcuadorThe guys also take a close look at the current personnel and rumored transfers for NYCFC and preview the NYCFC-Red Bulls exhibition Wednesday.
Crooks: NYCFC Shaky But Shows Promise In Ecuador ExhibitionWith a fireworks and lights display befitting a Lady Gaga halftime gig, the New York City Football Club was introduced to the passion of soccer and club in Guayaquil, Ecuador, on Wednesday.

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