Good morning. Here's what you need to know for today in New York Sports
Derrick Rose signs one-year deal with Cavaliers: Former Knicks guard Derrick Rose signed a one year, $2.1 million deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday, leaving the Knicks without a veteran point guard on their roster. Rose had expressed interest in staying with the team, yet talks between the two sides never came to fruition. Full story here
Yankees continue to pursue Sonny Gray: The Yankees have emerged as one of the two strongest pursuers for A's starting pitcher Sonny Gray. Oakland has "named their price,'" yet no deal is close, according to Jon Heyman. Full story here.
Mets continue winning ways in San Diego: The Mets defeated the Padres, 5-3, on Monday night behind Jacob deGrom's strong eight innings. The right-hander allowed just two runs on five hits on his way to his eighth consecutive victory. The Mets have won five of their last six games. Full recap here.
Yankees open series with the Reds: The Yankees will play their first home game after the All-Star break Tuesday night, opening a two-game series with the Cincinnati Reds. Jordan Montgomery will look to get back on track for the Yanks, and Luis Castillo will get the start for Cincinnati.
Mets look to build off of recent victories: Seth Lugo will look to lead the Mets to their sixth win in seven tries Tuesday night as they continue their series on the road against the Padres. Jhoulys Chacin will get the start for San Diego.