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    • Behind Niese, Mets lead Padres in rubber-game matinee

      After a rumor-swirled evening that left Wilmer Flores in New York and Carlos Gomez in Milwaukee, the Mets lead the Padres in Thursday's matinee. Daniel Murphy opened the scoring with a sacrifice fly in the first, and Curtis Granderson hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the fifth. More »

    • Reports of pitcher injuries plague Yankees

      With David Price apparently headed to Toronto, reports surfaced Thursday saying that Michael Pineda will be scratched from Thursday's start and that Ivan Nova may not be fully healthy. The Yankees hold a six-game lead over the Blue Jays in the American League East. More »

    • Top NFL comps for Jets' 2015 picks

      As the Jets kick off training camp, their rookies will be front and center. Playing the comparison game for picks like Devin Smith is always a dangerous move. But the second-round pick -- 37th overall -- has reminded people of both Kendall Wright and DeSean Jackson. More »

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      • Hayes could be on his way to big things

        Kevin Hayes played a key role for the Rangers last season as they reached the Eastern Conference finals. Talent evaluators both in and out of the organization think the 22-year-old has a high ceiling. One Western Conference scout said Hayes is simply "scratching the surface." More »

      • 10 Years of Mets on SNY: Piazza returns

        In his return to Shea Stadium in 2006, Mike Piazza hit two home runs -- both off Pedro Martinez. Playing for the Padres, Piazza received a hero's welcome thanks to his outstanding Mets career and because the homers came in a 4-3 Mets win. It was his last career multi-homer game. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        First, Bartolo Colon got roughed up. Then, Wilmer Flores was traded with Zack Wheeler for Carlos Gomez - until he wasn't. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez break down a bizarre night for the Mets, one where Lucas Duda's three homers weren't a headline, in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • Colon exits in third inning as Padres halt Mets' win streak

        The Mets sent Bartolo Colon to the hill looking for their fourth straight win Wednesday against the Padres. Colon lasted just 2 1/3 innings and allowed six runs, including back-to-back home runs in the third in a 7-3 loss. Lucas Duda's three solo homers provided the Mets' only offense. More »

      • Report: Mets backed out of Gomez trade

        The Mets had reportedly acquired outfielder Carlos Gomez from Milwaukee in exchange for Zack Wheeler and Wilmer Flores on Wednesday, but backed out of the deal after reviewing Gomez's medical history. After the game, GM Sandy Alderson said "the entire world has jumped the gun." More »

      • Tanaka shaky in Yankees' loss to Rangers

        Masahiro Tanaka struggled in 100-degree temperatures Wednesday in Texas, allowing four runs over six innings in a 5-2 loss to the Rangers. The Yankees watched an early 2-0 lead evaporate into the hot Arlington air after a three-run second inning, which proved to be their undoing. More »

      • d'Arnaud completes rehab assignment

        After missing over a month with a sprained left elbow, Travis d'Arnaud is done with his rehab assignment and is on his way to New York. It's unclear if d'Arnaud will be activated prior to Thursday's game with the Padres, but the catcher will provide a boost to the Mets' offense once he returns. More »

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