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    • SNY to bring extensive postseason coverage

      SNY announced Monday it will bring comprehensive postseason coverage of the Mets during their playoff run. Starting Monday night at 6 p.m., SNY will start its coverage with Mets Playoffs Live, a special one-hour daily program featuring the latest news involving the team. More »

    • Mets take finale from Nationals

      After losing Saturday's doubleheader and getting no-hit by Max Scherzer, Jacob deGrom did his best Scherzer impression Sunday against the Nats. deGrom didn't allow a hit in an abbreviated four-inning start, and Curtis Granderson's eighth-inning homer gave the Mets a 1-0 win. More »

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      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Mets closed out the regular season on a positive note Sunday. New York received strong pitching from Jacob deGrom and the bullpen, and Curtis Granderson's solo homer was the only run in a 1-0 win over Washington. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez recap the game from Citi Field. More »

      • GEICO Week in New York: Oct. 5-11

        The Mets and Yankees are back in the postseason as MLB's regular season drew to a close. The Yanks will host the Astros on Tuesday in the AL Wild Card Game. Both the Jets and Giants picked up big wins Sunday. On the ice, the Rangers, Devils and Islanders all begin their seasons. More »

      • Yanks lose; will host Astros in Wild Card Game

        The Yankees closed out the regular season with a whimper, getting swept out of Baltimore after a 7-4 loss Sunday at Camden Yards. Michael Pineda allowed three runs and lasted just 3 2/3 innings. Despite the defeat, the Yankees will host the Astros in the AL Wild Card Game on Tuesday. More »

      • Backup plans taking shape if Matz can't start

        With Steven Matz's status for the NLDS still uncertain, the Mets are weighing a few different alternatives if the left-hander can't pitch. Either Jon Niese or Bartolo Colon could start in Matz's place in a potential Game 4, or the Mets could hand the ball to Jacob deGrom on short rest. More »

      • Giants roll Bills in Buffalo to move to 2-2

        Eli Manning threw three touchdowns as the Giants took care of business at Ralph Wilson Stadium, 24-10. Dwayne Harris, Rueben Randle and Rashad Jennings were the recipients of the scores, and Jennings' 51-yard catch-and-run put the Giants up two scores in the fourth quarter. More »

      • Jets top Dolphins in London, move to 3-1

        The Jets traveled to London to face the division-rival Dolphins early Sunday morning, and things went well on the other side of the pond in a 27-14 victory. Chris Ivory had a career-high 166 rushing yards and a touchdown as New York heads into its bye week two games over .500. More »

      • Miller looking to build on playoff experience

        Hoping to carve out a more influential role with the Rangers this season, J.T. Miller believes the experience he received during the team's postseason run will only help him improve. The 22-year-old center tallied 23 points in 58 games played for the Blueshirts last season. More »

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