New York Teams

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' inactives: WR Chris Owusu, G Willie Colon, G Jarvis Harrison, LB Jamari Lattimore, CB Darrin Walls, TE Jeff Cumberland, T Ben Ijalana. WR Eric Decker is active. He practiced well yesterday and he's good to go. Three QBs are active once again.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Eric Decker, questionable with a knee injury, is on the field early, working with the training staff. Barring a setback in the pre-game, he's expected to play, I'm told.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The first look at London's Wembley Stadium, where the Jets and Dolphins play at 9:30 ET.


Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Max Scherzer reacting to Yunel Escobar's error, which ultimately cost the ace a perfect game. Escobar bounced a throw to first base on Kevin Plawecki's grounder.

Wild pitch costs Yankees against Orioles (0:42)

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Max Scherzer said he's "speechless" to become the first player to throw two no-hitters in the same regular season since Nolan Ryan in 1973 with the California Angels. Scherzer also no-hit the Pirates.

Scherzer strikes out 17 in no-hitter of Mets (1:06)
Scherzer secures second no-hitter of season (0:14)

Scherzer throws 2nd no-hitter of season

Nationals RHP Max Scherzer struck out 17 vs. the Mets to become the first pitcher to toss two no-hitters in a regular season since Nolan Ryan in 1973. Scherzer is the first pitcher in MLB history to throw two no-nos without giving up a walk. Box score


Max Scherzer with no-hit bid through 6

The Nationals RHP has struck out nine Mets as the Nats lead 1-0 heading into the seventh. Yunel Escobar made a throwing error in the sixth to eliminate the perfect game. It's Scherzer's fourth no-hit bid of 6+ innings this year -- nobody else has more than 2. Follow live

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Porzingis: 'I feel like I belong here'

With Knicks training camp wrapping up, the No. 4 overall pick is in the running to be the starter at power forward.

Failed handoff worst in NFL history?

The Giants were up 17-12 with 31 seconds left. Instead of running the clock, Joe Pisarcik dropped a handoff to running back Larry Csonka that the Eagles recovered for a game-winning TD. See where the botched play landed on our list. Worst plays in NFL history

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Game 161: Yankees (87-73) @ Orioles (79-81)

Luis Severino will try to help the Yankees lock up home-field advantage for the AL wild-card game with a win over Baltimore on Saturday.