2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
1d

Are the New York Mets done for the offseason?

The New York Mets missed out on George Springer. After acquiring Lindor, are they done this offseason? Also, Philip Rivers retired today. Is he a Hall of Famer? Is he better than Eli Manning? Carlin weighs in.

1d

BBTN: Jess Mendoza on the Mets firing Jared Porter. Plus, Padres manager Jayce Tingler on Snell, Tatis and the Dodgers

Jess Mendoza talks to Buster about the Mets firing Jared Porter for sexually harassing a reporter, the emotions she felt when the story broke, why more women don’t speak up similar situations, the need for structural changes in the sport and her belief that things will be different going forward (6:40). Next, Tim Kurkjian stops by to talk about life as a grandparent, Porter, the Blue Jays signing George Springer, if the Yankees are done making additions, his top five teams right now and the passing of Don Sutton (25:46). Then, Sarah Langs shares her thoughts on the Porter situation and teams under the most pressure to make moves before the season (41:41). Finally, Padres manager Jayce Tingler on when he heard the Blake Snell news, the dynamic between the Padres and Dodgers, how Fernando Tatis Jr. can push himself to be even better and building on the 2020 season (52:55).

5d

Marks: Who wins this weekend in the NFL?

Anita Marks reacts to all the news in NYC this week with Harden going to the Nets, Robert Saleh joining the Jets and the Yankees signing DJ LeMahieu on 98.7 ESPN. Plus, ESPN's Bill Barnwell joins to preview the NFL Divisional Round slate.

5d

Rothenberg: NFL Playoffs & NYC Sports

Dave reacts to a busy sports weekend on 98.7 ESPN. DJ LeMahieu is back with the Yankees. Robert Saleh is the head coach of the Jets. Harden joins the Nets. And the NFL Divisional Round kicks off.

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Right-hander Corey Kluber and the New York Yankees are finalizing a deal that will bring the two-time AL Cy Young winner to the Bronx, pending a physical, sources familiar with the agreement tell ESPN.

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6d

All raise: Yankees' Judge gets $10.175M deal

Slugging outfielder Aaron Judge and the Yankees avoided arbitration when they agreed to a one-year contract worth $10,175,000. The team signed all eight players who were eligible for arbitration.

Why LeMahieu, Yankees is a 'marriage made in heaven' (0:55)
6d
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7d

Sources: Yanks, LeMahieu finalizing $90M deal

Second baseman DJ LeMahieu and the Yankees are finalizing a six-year, $90 million contract, sources familiar with the agreement told ESPN. LeMahieu returns to the Yankees after leading the majors in batting in 2020.

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Second baseman DJ LeMahieu and the New York Yankees are finalizing a six-year, $90M contract, sources familiar with the agreement tell ESPN. LeMahieu's return to New York always felt inevitable. It took a while. But he wanted to be there and Yankees get top free agent target. - Jeff Passan

Aaron Hicks hits moonshot at driving range (0:23)
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12d

Rothenberg: NYC Sports is back!

Dave Rothenberg examines the NYC sports globe with the Mets trading for Francisco Lindor on 98.7 ESPN. All the teams seem to be trending upward. Plus, Super Wild Card Weekend is here and RJ Bell joins the show from Vegas.

14d

KJZ Hour 3: Mets land a Big Fish

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour three talking about the big trade in the MLB. The Mets and Indians traded a prized player and we have Tony Rizzo and Dave Rothenberg join to discuss the temp of both cities after the deal. Joe Fortenbaugh joins the show to give us some locks for the upcoming weekend.

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Ex-Angels staffer: Cole, others doctored balls

Brian Harkins, who was fired as the Angels' clubhouse attendant last March for supplying ball-doctoring substances to pitchers, used a text message from star pitcher Gerrit Cole among his evidence to prove he was unfairly made a scapegoat.

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14d

Yankees acquire OF Allen in trade with Padres

The Yankees acquired switch-hitting outfielder Greg Allen, who has a career .239 batting average in four MLB seasons, from San Diego in exchange for left-hander James Reeves.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs3154th
Batting Average.24714th
On Base Percentage.3424th
Slugging Percentage.4477th
Earned Run Average4.3514th
Quality Starts18Tied-6th
WHIP1.2411th
BAA.23611th