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Yankees Bring In Lynn; Trade Warren To Seattle

(Lance Lynn)

Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman made his third big pitching acquisition of the week, as they acquired RHP Lance Lynn and cash considerations from Minnesota in exchange for INF Tyler Austin and RHP Luis Rijo on Monday night.

This comes in addition to adding Zach Britton to an already impressive bullpen and J.A. Happ to the rotation.

The Yankees starting rotation now has something it has been searching for all year: depth.

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Red Bulls Tyler Adams Named To 2018 MLS All-Star Game

Red Bulls and United States National team midfielder Tyler Adams has been named to the 2018 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target, the league announced today.

Adams joins teammates Bradley Wright-Phillips, Aaron Long and Michael Amir Murillo (pictured above) to face Italian giants Juventus FC on August 1 at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

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NYCFC’s Villa To Miss All-Star Game (& Next Weekend’s NYCFC Game)

(David Villa – Provided by NYCFC)

New York City Football Club’s David Villa has been forced to withdraw from this week’s MLS All-Star Game due to injury.

The Spanish striker, who has scored eight goals in 10 starts this season, has missed NYCFC’s last six games and will not be ready to return for the game vs. Juventus at the Mercedes Benz Arena.

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NYCFC’s Shutout Streak Ends In Seattle

(Seattle’s Harry Shipp, who scored a goal Sunday, getting a shot off – USA Today Sports)

New York City Football Club’s streak of four straight wins, all of which were shutouts, was snapped on Sunday when they lost, 3-1, to the Seattle Sounders.

NYCFC’s scoreless streak lasted 434 minutes, and was snapped when Cristian Roldan got Seattle on the board in the 36th minute.

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Red Bulls Comeback Comes Up Short Against Columbus

(The Red Bulls and Crew enter the pitch – Photo by Jason Schott)

The Red Bulls nearly completed a big comeback in the second half, but they came up short, losing 3-2 to the Columbus Crew on Saturday night at Red Bull Arena.

It didn’t take long for Columbus to get on the board, as they had a free kick near the corner in the seventh minute.

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