Tonight’s game rained out, Yankees and Indians will play a straight doubleheader tomorrow and more

Tonight’s game rained out, Yankees and Indians will play a straight doubleheader tomorrow – (Presswire)Tonight’s game with the Indians has been rained out, the Yankees announced. The two teams will play a single admission doubleheader tomorrow beginning at 1:05pm ET. Joe Girardi said Jaime Garcia will start the first game and Jordan Montgomery will come up from Triple-A to start the second game. The weather forecast in New York is ugly and has been all day. It’s been raining for several hours and it’s supposed to continue raining right until tomorrow morning. Playing tonight was never really an option. The Yankees and Indians do not have any common off-days remaining this season, and since Cleveland will not visit Yankee Stadium again, a doubleheader tomorrow was the only real option. Needless to say, playing a […]

Report: Tavares Did Not Turn Down $84 Million Contract Extension – Despite rumors on Monday, John Tavares did not turn down an $84 million contract offer from the Islanders, according to Newsday’s Arthur Staple. Rumors began popping up on social media after Islanders legend Mike Bossy appeared on 91.9 Sports, a french language sports radio station in Montreal. Bossy said during the radio interview, according to a post on Reddit, that Tavares had declined a contract extension from the Islanders. However, that does not appear to be the case. Staple reported on Tuesday that rumor was indeed false and that the team and Tavares’ camp have barely talked numbers. Everyone I’ve talked to maintains this is not about $. All about wanting to see how things progress with arena/team before committing. […]

Early Predictions for the 2018 New York Mets Lineup – NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 24: Yoenis Cespedes (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)With the 2017 season all but over for the New York Mets, it’s time to take a look towards the future. Here are my early predictions for the 2018 New York Mets starting lineup.2017 has not been a kind year to the New York Metropolitans. With a myriad of injuries and players underperforming, it is clear that the team has already begun planning ahead for next season by trading veterans Curtis Granderson, Jay Bruce, Lucas Duda, Addison Reed, and Neil Walker to shed salary and open up spots for younger players.With the team already looking forward to next season, it’s time to whip out the crystal ball and make some […]

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