Nets and Otto Porter agree to four-year, $106M offer sheet: The Nets have signed Otto Porter Jr. to a four year, $106M contract. As a restricted free agent, Porter can still be re-signed by the Wizards. They have three days to match Brooklyn's offer. Full story here.
Knicks interested in Dion Waiters: The Knicks are reportedly interested in free-agent guard Dion Waiters, who averaged 15.8 points, four assists and three rebounds last season. He also shot 40 percent from three-point range. Full coverage here.
Sabathia struggles in his return from the disabled list: CC Sabathia lasted just 2 2/3 innings in Tuesday's matinee against the Toronto blue Jays, giving up four earned runs on three hits while throwing a mere 63 pitches. The Yankees' only run came on Aaron Judge's league-leading 28th home run. New York has now dropped to four games back of the first-place Boston Red Sox in the American League East. Following the game, the Yankees designated Chris Carter for assignment and called up Ji-Man Choi to the Major League roster. Full recap here.
Mets drop second straight to Nationals: Seth Lugo allowed six runs on 10 hits in just five innings of work in the Mets' 11-4 loss to the Nationals on Tuesday. Jay Bruce, Jose Reyes and Rene Rivera all homered in defeat. The Mets now sit 11 1/2 games back of the first-place Nationals in the National League East. Full recap here.
Ilya Kovalchuck decides to stay in Russia: Ilya Kovalchuck has decided to remain in the KHL for the 2017-18 season. The Rangers had been linked to Kovalchuck in trade talks this summer, but will now have to wait until next July for another shot at him. Full story here.
Yankees look to the take rubber game against the Blue Jays: The Yankees look to secure a series win against the Blue Jays at 1 p.m. Coming off a solid performance in his last outing, Michael Pineda take the mound in the series finale.
Mets look to salvage final game against Nationals: The Mets turn to Jacob deGrom to avoid a sweep at the hands of the Washington Nationals on Wednesday night. Tanner Roark gets the nod for the Nationals.