Jets tried to make trade with Giants to draft Laremy Tunsil
New York Daily News
The Jets tried to play Let's Make A Deal with the Giants last week to get the bong-smoking, stepfather-punching, impermissible-gift taking offensive tackle from Ole Miss. It was the 10th pick in the first round, the Giants were on the clock, their two ...
The tantalizing face-off to watch at Giants rookie minicamp
New York Post
Seeing Sterling Shepard line up across from Eli Apple in a one-on-one duel featuring the Giants' second-round and first-round draft picks will be worth the price of admission at the team's rookie minicamp. Then again, there is no admission for the camp ...
Ex-UConn linebacker Graham Stewart signs with New York Giants
The 6-1, 237-pound linebacker from Durham was originally set to sign with the Minnesota Vikings, but decided to sign with New York instead. The Giants also signed UConn safeties Andrew Adams and Junior Lee, and defensive tackle Kenton Adeyemi as ...
New York Giants Should Make A Run At Matt Slauson
Elite Sports NY
Slauson's reported stops will include the San Diego Chargers and Buffalo Bills, but the New York Giants would be wise to take a look at the 30-year-old. New York raised eyebrows in the 2016 NFL Draft when they choose not to select a lineman on either ...
Red Sox-Yankees Preview
Ortiz has hit .310 with 54 homers in 241 games against New York, including the postseason. However, he's batted .237 with 12 homers in 52 at new Yankee Stadium. The Red Sox (17-11) hope to keep putting up runs for Porcello (5-0, 2.76 ERA).
Punchless Bats Doom Yankees Once More
New York Times
Instead, he retreated to his office and watched the Yankees' 1-0, 10-inning loss unfold in Technicolor high definition. The loss, the seventh in eight games for the Yankees, was a case study in poor execution, mismanagement and squandered opportunities ...
Masahiro Tanaka, at least, is doing his best to bring Yankees back to respectability
BALTIMORE -- If you want a New York Yankees' road map to respectability, it covers a space that is 60 feet, 6 inches. For the Yankees to make some semblance of a competitive season, they are probably going to have to pitch their way out of it. The ...
Aaron Boone sees light at end of Yankees-Red Sox tunnel
New York Post
“It's a little dormant right now,” said ESPN analyst and former Yankees postseason hero Aaron Boone, who hit the 2003 ALCS winning home run against the Red Sox in Game 7. “It's not where it has been at different periods of time, but with these two ...