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Former major league pitcher Dwight Gooden has been arrested for the second time in two months after he was charged with driving while intoxicated in Newark, New Jersey, on Monday. Gooden, 54, was stopped after driving the wrong way on a one-way street, according to Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose. Gooden was taken to University Hospital for further evaluation. He was arrested June 7 on suspicion of possession of cocaine and driving under the influence, among other charges, in Holmdel, New Jersey, after he was stopped for a traffic violation. A court date in the Holmdel case had been set for Tuesday. The 1985 Cy Young Award winner has struggled with drug and alcohol addiction over the years. He was suspended from baseball for part of the 1994 season and all of the 1995 season after testing positive for cocaine. He has been arrested several times and served jail time in 2006 for drug use.

Which Yankees great would you rather have: Rivera or Jeter? (1:40)
Twins turn triple play in 1st (0:26)
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Twins hit 5 homers, turn triple play in 8-6 win vs Yankees

Mitch Garver hit two of Minnesota's five home runs, and the Twins held on for an 8-6 victory over the New York Yankees after a tone-setting triple play in the first inning of a series opener between AL division leaders Monday night.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Brett Gardner is out of the lineup a second straight day, and Luke Voit will get a DH day as the Yankees open tonight in Minnesota: 2B LeMahieu RF Judge 1B Encarnación C Sánchez CF Hicks DH Voit SS Torres 3B Urshela LF Tauchman SP Sabathia

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The Yankees announce that lefty reliever Stephen Tarpley was optioned back to Triple-A last night. Taking his place? Jonathan Holder, making his return to the Yankees' bullpen tonight in Minnesota.

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BBTN: HOF Ceremony, Kurkjian, Cap Talk

Before hearing some snippets from Sunday's Hall of Fame speeches (48:59), Buster and Tim Kurkjian discuss next year's ballot, Matt Harvey's fall from grace and how the trade deadline hinges on the Giants (12:14). Plus, an interview with Freddie Freeman (35:39) and "Cap Talk" with Todd Radom (39:15).

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Now and always, Cooperstown celebrates baseball at its best

On an induction weekend when the first unanimous star and one of the most unlikely selections officially entered its doors, the Hall of Fame provided a needed reminder of all that is right with the game.

Passan: Garcia has grown into Yankees' best prospect (0:56)
Who belongs on top of the power rankings? (1:13)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Harold Baines, Roy Halladay, Edgar Martínez, Mike Mussina, Mariano Rivera and Lee Smith were inducted with 53 returning Hall of Famers in Cooperstown on Sunday, bringing the total number of Hall of Famers in town to a record 58 – the most at any location in history.

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Mariano, always 'the last,' closes HOF ceremony

Mariano Rivera and fellow closer Lee Smith, starters Mike Mussina and the late Roy Halladay, and designated hitters Edgar Martinez and Harold Baines were inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, with Rivera the last to take the podium.

Rivera thanks Yankees fans, former teammates in HOF speech (1:58)
Dahl does it all in the 3rd (0:27)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

"If I didn't give you time, I am sorry," Mariano Rivera joked, thanking the writers for making him a Hall of Famer. "Maybe I will give you time later on." Pinstriped Yankees fans dominated the grounds of the Clark Sports Complex on Sunday, but just as spirited were fans from Panama, who also gave a major welcome to countryman Rod Carew when he was introduced early in the festivities.

Arenado rips 2-run double (0:34)
LeMahieu sends first pitch he sees to the seats (0:21)
Blackmon blasts lead-off homer (0:27)

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.01
Quality Starts0
WHIP1.27
BAA.245
Runs564
Batting Average.266
On Base Percentage.344
Slugging Percentage.467