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    • deGrom dominates Marlins as Mets win seventh straight game

      Righty Jacob deGrom silenced the Marlins' bats over seven frames at Citi Field on Saturday, extending his scoreless streak to 18 1/3 innings. Wilmer Flores and Travis d'Arnaud each hit home runs, with Juan Lagares and Eric Campbell adding RBI singles as the Mets held on for a 5-4 win. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      The Mets have now won seven games in a row for the first time since 2010 after defeating the Marlins, 5-4, at Citi Field. Jacob deGrom led the way with another dominant outing, and both Travis d'Arnaud and Wilmer Flores went deep before New York halted a late Miami rally to earn the victory. More »

    • Rangers come up short in loss to Penguins

      The Rangers couldn't hold onto an early lead in a 4-3 loss to the Penguins in Game 2. Derek Stepan opened the scoring before three second-period goals from Pittsburgh, including two from Sidney Crosby, put the Pens on top for good. Derick Brassard and Rick Nash each scored in the loss. More »

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      • Tanaka shines as Yankees crush Rays

        Masahiro Tanaka gave the Yankees his best start of the young season in a 9-0 win against the Rays. Tanaka pitched seven innings, giving up two hits and striking out eight batters. The Yankees' offense then turned a close contest into a blowout, with Chris Young hitting a late grand slam. More »

      • Islanders need better puck management

        The Islanders return to Nassau Coliseum after splitting the first two games in Washington, but they'll need to improve with the puck after a tough loss in Game 2. New York led 3-1 but ultimately fell, 4-3, and head coach Jack Capuano knows the Isles have to take better care of the puck. More »

      • Last chance for Nets' Big Three?

        Brooklyn's version of the Big Three hasn't had as much success as originally expected, and Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson likely have their final chance at playoff success together this postseason. The Nets begin their series with the Hawks in Atlanta on Sunday. More »

      • Cuddyer, Duda picking up slack for Wright

        With David Wright on the 15-day disabled list, both Michael Cuddyer and Lucas Duda have stepped up their games in the third baseman's absence. Both have four hits in the first two games of the team's four-game series with the Marlins and have been driving in runs on a nightly basis. More »

      • Klein still not cleared to practice with Rangers

        Kevin Klein has been out since mid-March with an upper body injury and is yet to be cleared to practice with the Rangers. Klein skated on his own the past two days, but is uncertain when he will be able to return to team practices. Klein had 26 points in 65 regular-season games. More »

      • Black's rehab moved to Double-A Binghamton

        Mets reliever Vic Black was reassigned to Double-A Binghamton on Saturday and hopes to be activated within a week. After suffering from "shoulder weakness" during spring training, Black was hitting between 93 and 96 miles per hour at Class-A Port St. Lucie before the reassignment. More »

      • Veteran Boyle key to Rangers' playoff push

        When the Rangers signed Dan Boyle last July, they envisioned his biggest impact coming during the playoffs. The 37-year-old defenseman, who has played in 107 career postseason games, is looking to bounce back from Game 1, where he was "a little off," according to Alain Vigneault. More »

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