Good morning New York sports fans! I hope your day starts off better than the ending to the New York Yankees' 7-6 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays yesterday at Tropicana Field. Mariano Rivera blew his first save of the season -- maybe he's just getting it out of he way -- as Rays' first basemen Carlos Pena drove in the winning run with a sac-fly in the bottom of the ninth.
KEEGAN BRADLEY HAS WORK TO DO AT MASTERS
The leaders, 52-year-old Fred Couples and Jason Dufner, are at 5-under par, while St. John's University alum Bradley is at 5-over par. Is back-to-back major championships out of the picture? Moving Day at Augusta National Golf Club begins at 9:15 a.m. ET. Coverage on ESPN doesn't start until 3 p.m.
More news and video after the jump...
SB NATION VIDEO OF THE DAY
This maybe a day late, but over at the Mothership a video was put together of round-one yells and upset golfers. Its great.
"It’s my fault," -- Mariano Rivera after blowing save against Rays.
The NHL's regular season comes to a close Saturday, and the Eastern Conference's top team, New York Rangers, polish off their season versus the Washington Capitals (6:30 p.m.). The Rangers could win the NHL's Presidents Trophy with a victory.
Also closing out its regular season are the playoff-bound New Jersey Devils, who host the Ottawa Senators (3 p.m.), and the New York Islanders, who visit the Columbus Blue Jackets (7 p.m.).
Meanwhile, the New York Mets play at 1:10 p.m. ET against the Atlanta Braves.