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    • Mets open three-game set against Marlins in Miami

      The Mets send Zack Wheeler to the hill for the opener against the Marlins. Miami starter Henderson Alvarez exited after allowing four runs -- three earned -- in 2 /13 innings. Dilson Herrera's first career home run, a solo shot, and David Wright's three-run single have vaulted the Mets in front. More »

    • Beason returns to practice, Beckham Jr. sits

      After spending all of training camp on the physically unable to perform list, Jon Beason participated in practice for the first time since suffering a foot injury in OTA's. However, first-round pick Odell Beckham Jr. sat out with a hamstring injury and appears questionable for Week 1. More »

    • Mets survive Phillies' late rally for series win

      The Mets earned the bounce-back victory in Sunday's contest against the Phillies, 6-5. Dillon Gee earned his sixth victory of the season, allowing seven hits and three runs on the mound. Anthony Recker hit a three-run home run and Dilson Herrera's eighth-inning RBI single guaranteed the win. More »

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      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Anthony's Recker big sixth-inning blast put the Mets ahead for good and Dillon Gee twirled a quality start, as the Mets won their first series since a four-game set in Philadelphia earlier this month. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez have more in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • Ellsbury to undergo MRI on sprained ankle

        Despite contributing a bloop double as a pinch-hitter in the ninth inning, Jacoby Ellsbury will undergo an MRI on his sprained left ankle Sunday night. Ellsbury will see a doctor Monday, and hopes to be in the lineup Tuesday against the Red Sox, his former team. More »

      • Bogdanovic standing out at FIBA World Cup

        Nets forward Bojan Bogdanovic is off to a blistering start for Croatia in the FIBA World Cup. After a 26-point outburst in his country's opening-game win over the Phillipines, Bogdanovic scored 16 points and added seven rebounds in a 90-85 win over Argentina on Sunday. More »

      • Matsuzaka travels to New York for doctor's visit

        Daisuke Matsuzaka hasn't been sharp since returning from the disabled list, allowing four runs over 2 2/3 innings in two appearances since Aug. 28. Matsuzaka, who hit the DL on July 26 with an inflamed elbow, won't travel with the team to Miami and will have his elbow looked at this week. More »

      • Jets claim cornerback McFadden, waive Lewis

        After cutting presumed starter Dimitri Patterson to trim their roster to 53 players, the Jets claimed Leon McFadden off waivers from the Browns. The 2013 third-round pick started two games in Cleveland last season. LeQuan Lewis was waived to make room on the roster. More »

      • Edgin to see doctor this week

        Mets relief pitcher Josh Edgin hasn't pitched since Aug. 23 after acknowledging he was suffering from elbow inflammation in his pitching elbow. The elbow is still "pretty sore," according to manager Terry Collins, and Edgin will visit the doctor this week to determine more. More »

      • Yankees fall to Blue Jays on Sunday

        The Blue Jays scored four unanswered runs to rally past the Yankees for the 4-3 victory in Toronto. Brandon McCarthy earned the loss for the Bombers, allowing five hits and four runs over six innings. Brett Gardner led the Yanks' offense that produced 11 hits in the tough defeat. More »

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