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Here are all the ways to get updates on your favorite teams from Daily News sports writers & columnists


The New York Daily News has been home to the Big Apple’s best sports coverage since 1919 and there are now more ways than ever to keep up with your favorite teams.


From The Garden to The Stadium — and all the venues in between — our team of editors work 24/7 to keep filled with the latest breaking news, insights, opinions, game analysis and much more on the teams that matter most to you.

Make sure you bookmark our dedicated section to your favorite teams and sports so you never miss a moment of the action:

We also have an e-edition, which is a digital replica of the day’s print newspaper you can read on your computer, tablet or phone.

On Social Media

On Twitter, our writers share their work about New York’s sports team, as well as break news, share their unique insights, interact with fans and much more. Plus, by following us on Twitter you’ll be the first to see what we came up for the most valuable piece of real estate in New York sports media - the Daily News Back Page.

Here is the News’ starting lineup:

On Facebook ... join the debate and interact with your fellow fans.

In your inbox - Get our email newsletters and alerts

Stay up-to-date via e-mail by signing up for our newsletters put together by the Daily News editors.

  • Breaking News alerts: Be the first to know the essential news of the day with our Daily News breaking news email alerts, sent out by our editors with must-know news from New York, the nation and the world on politics, crime, sports, entertainment and more.
  • Pinstripe Express: The Daily News sports editors handpick the week’s best Yankees stories from our award-winning columnists and beat writers. Every Friday

Sign up for as many newsletters and email alerts as you’d like here.

On your phone – Get our mobile app on iTunes and Google Play

Download our app (available here for iOS and here for Android/Google Play) and allow notifications to receive breaking news updates on the news you need to know.

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