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    • Mets' offense falters for second consecutive game in loss to Nats

      Dillon Gee got the start Sunday in the Mets' series finale against the Nationals in Flushing. Gee grinded through five-plus frames, walking five hitters but only giving up one run. New York's offense failed to produce a run for the second straight game as the Nats shut out the Mets, 1-0. More »

    • Wright at least a week away from returning

      General manager Sandy Alderson announced Friday that David Wright is likely more than a week away from being activated from the 15-day disabled list. The 32-year-old began baseball activities last week at the Mets' facility in St. Lucie and is expected to resume running this weekend. More »

    • Matz poised to make Mets debut soon

      Mets prospect Steven Matz has impressed for Triple-A Las Vegas early this season, posting a 3-1 record with 31 strikeouts and a 1.84 ERA in five games. If the Mets need a spot start, general manager Sandy Alderson said the left-hander would be a potential candidate to fill that role. More »

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      • Hollins: D-Will not a franchise player anymore

        When asked about Deron Williams on break up day Saturday, head coach Lionel Hollins had some choice words about the Nets' point guard. "He's not a franchise player anymore," Hollins said. "He's a good player, he's a solid player, but I don't think he's a franchise player anymore." More »

      • Mets can't muster any offense in loss to Nats

        Jon Niese gave the Mets a strong start Saturday against the Nationals. Niese allowed just one run over seven innings, but Gio Gonzalez was even better for the Nats. Gonzalez held the Mets scoreless, and Michael Taylor's RBI single provided the only offense in New York's 1-0 loss. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Mets wasted an impressive outing by starter Jon Niese in a 1-0 loss to the Nationals at Citi Field on Saturday night. Washington starter Gio Gonzalez kept New York's bats quiet over seven scoreless innings, with Michael Taylor's RBI single knocking in the game's only run. More »

      • Rangers hang on for Game 2 victory over Caps

        Chris Kreider lit the lamp in the first minute of Saturday's Game 2, giving the Rangers a lead they'd never relinquish in a 3-2 win over the Capitals. New York opened up leads of 2-0 and 3-1 before Alex Ovechkin's goal cut it to 3-2 halfway through the third period, but held on for the win. More »

      • Jets trade late-round pick for Rams RB Stacy

        After St. Louis drafted Todd Gurley in the first round Thursday, running back Zac Stacy requested a trade away from the Rams. Stacy got his wish during Day 3 of the draft Saturday, as the Jets traded the No. 224 overall pick to acquire the running back and add depth in the backfield. More »

      • Eovaldi pitches well as Yankees top Red Sox

        Nathan Eovaldi took the mound Saturday at Fenway Park, tossing 6 2/3 innings of two-run ball to pick up his second win of 2015 in a 4-2 victory. Brett Gardner drove in three and Chris Young homered to add an insurance run in the ninth as New York beat Boston for the second straight night. More »

      • Jets spend fourth-round pick on Baylor QB Petty

        The Jets were expected to take a quarterback in this year's NFL Draft and Mike Maccagnan finally pulled the trigger in the fourth round, selecting Baylor's Bryce Petty. New York moved up one spot to swap with the Jacksonville Jaguars to select the 2014 Heisman Trophy finalist. More »

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