Saturday: Yankees righty Luis Severino (9-2, 2.27 ERA) vs. TBA Rays pitcher, 1:05 p.m. at Yankee Stadium.
Sunday: Yankees lefty CC Sabathia (4-1, 3.27 ERA) vs. TBA Rays pitcher, 2:05 p.m., Yankee Stadium.
To prevent that from happening in the future, Garrett said the NBA needs to put an NFL -like salary cap in place. At the end of the day I’d rather see hard caps, Garrett said. It focuses more on team play, being able to have chemistry instead of getting the big player and who’s going to change the game. You can get a couple of guys like Boston, who didn’t have their two star players and yet they went to the [conference] finals because they all gave a collective effort. Everybody pitched in and were almost successful.
Garrett’s popularity in Cleveland was already high after a rookie season in 2017 where he tallied seven sacks and it’s likely only going to get higher now that he’s gone on the record and ripped the team that’s been torturing the Cavs in three of the past four NBA Finals.
Manager Aaron Boone held Gardner, his usual leadoff hitter, out of the lineup in Sunday’s 3-1 loss to the Rays at Yankee Stadium.
Gardner got an MRI on the knee Sunday morning, which went well, he said.
It’s not really something I’ve had an issue with in the past, he said. A little alarmed by it not really feeling like it should. Got an MRI this morning. Everything looked pretty good on that. Had some inflammation in a couple of spots that I’ll try to get treatment for and drive out of there and hopefully get out onto the field in the next day or two.
While he wouldn’t explain how many seasons he has left in him, Brady was definitive in speaking with Oprah that, in regards to football, he feels there are mountains left to climb.
I still feel like I’m in it. I still feel like I’m doing it. I still feel like there’s still more to be accomplished, Brady explained, four months after his eighth Super Bowl appearance. I still feel like I can be better, be a percentage better. I’ve played a long time.