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    • Syndergaard, Plawecki lead Mets past Dodgers in series opener

      Noah Syndergaard went pitch-for-pitch with Clayton Kershaw on Friday, hurling six innings of one-run ball against the Dodgers. The rookie's efforts, paired with Kevin Plawecki's go-ahead RBI in the ninth, were enough for the Mets to end their losing streak and to claim the 2-1 win. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Looking to halt the Mets' three-game losing streak, Noah Syndergaard played the role of stopper Friday night. The rookie right-hander tossed six innings of one-run ball, and Kevin Plawecki tallied the go-ahead run in the win. Gary Cohen and Ron Darling have more from Los Angeles. More »

    • McCann's walk-off shot powers Yanks past Rays

      Coming to the plate with the Yankees down one run against the Rays in the 12th, Brian McCann sent the Stadium into a frenzy Friday night, launching a three-run, walk-off shot into the stands to give the Bombers a 7-5 win. Mark Teixeira also tallied a three-run homer in the victory. More »

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      • Cuddyer available to pinch hit against Dodgers

        Despite battling a sore left knee, Michael Cuddyer is available to pinch hit Friday night for the Mets against the Dodgers in Los Angeles, manager Terry Collins said. Cuddyer left Tuesday's game with the injury and is still being considered for the disabled list. More »

      • Yankees place Beltran on 15-day DL

        The Yankees have placed Carlos Beltran on the 15-day DL with a left oblique strain retroactive to July 1. Beltran has missed two games with the injury already. To replace the 38-year-old's spot on the roster, the Yankees called up outfielder Ramon Flores from Triple-A on Friday. More »

      • Yankees, A-Rod resolve bonus money dispute

        The Yankees and Alex Rodriguez have resolved their dispute over bonus money owed. A-Rod's contract calls for him to earn $6 million for each agreed upon milestone reached, but the club refused to pay. Instead, the Yankees have agreed to pay $3.5 million to multiple charities. More »

      • Knicks finalizing four-year deal with Lopez

        The Knicks are reportedly nearing a four-year, $54 million contract with center Robin Lopez. Earlier reports indicated that the two sides had agreed to a deal pending the free-agent decision of DeAndre Jordan. Lopez, 27, averaged 9.6 points and 6.7 rebounds per game last season More »

      • Duda unsatisfied with prolonged slump

        Mets first baseman Lucas Duda is frustrated by the lengthy slump he's endured over the past month. Since the start of June, Duda has hit just .172/.297/.242 with one home run. The 29-year-old's struggles have come at a bad time for the Mets, who are searching for an offensive spark. More »

      • Yankees strike deal for A-Rod's 3,000th-hit ball

        The Yankees have reached a deal to obtain the home-run ball from Alex Rodriguez's 3,000th hit. The team held several negotiations with the ball's owner, Zach Hample, and the two sides finally came to an agreement. The Yankees will donate $150,000 to a charity in exchange for the ball. More »

      • Report: Knicks to miss out on Jordan

        With DeAndre Jordan reportedly set to sign with the Clippers or Mavericks, the Knicks will miss out on another free-agent target. The start of free agency hasn't gone smoothly, with the Knicks failing to sign a number of targets. Jordan's decision means Robin Lopez will sign with New York. More »

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