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    • Mejia becomes second-youngest Met to reach 20 saves

      Jenrry Mejia struck out the side Friday night, recording his 20th save and becoming the second-youngest pitcher in franchise history to reach 20 saves. Neil Allen had 22 saves as a 22-year-old in 1980. Mejia, 22, began the season as a starter and was initially reluctant about a relief role. More »

    • Jets cut disappointing receiver Hill

      Stephen Hill's disappointing career with the Jets is officially over. Gang Green cut the wide receiver on Saturday, after much speculation about whether the former second-round pick would make the final roster. Hill had 45 catches and 594 receiving yards over two seasons. More »

    • Herrera nervous in Major League debut

      Dilson Herrera was understandably nervous making his Major League debut Friday. The 20-year-old went hitless in three at-bats and was charged with an error. "To be honest, it was a little bit of nerves going into the first inning, but after that it was fine," Herrera said through an interpreter. More »

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      • Giants place Manningham, Holliday on IR

        The Giants placed Mario Manningham and Trindon Holliday on season-ending injured reserves Saturday, likely ending the pair's tenure with the team. Manningham missed the preseason finale with a strained calf muscle, while Holliday spent much of camp nursing injuries. More »

      • deGrom, Mets take opener from Phillies

        Jacob deGrom's first start back from the disabled list didn't go as well as the rookie hoped, but he rebounded Friday night with seven one-run innings against the Phillies. Grady Sizemore dropped a fly ball with two outs in the seventh, giving the Mets a two-run lead they would hold in a 4-1 win. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Grady Sizemore's error bailed out a lackluster performance by the Mets offense Friday night, as the team managed just four hits on the night. Jacob deGrom was outstanding for seven innings in his second start back from the DL. Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling have more. More »

      • UConn blown out by BYU in season opener

        A fumble on their first offensive play set the tone for UConn against BYU on Friday night, as the Huskies found themselves down by double-digits early in the first quarter. Cougars quarterback Taysom Hill had 402 total yards and five touchdowns, while neither Huskies quarterback found success. More »

      • Syracuse survives Villanova's upset bid

        After quarterback Terrel Hunt was ejected for throwing a punch late in the first half, Syracuse watched their 10-7 halftime lead disappear as the Wildcats sent the game to overtime. After trading field goals in the first OT, Syracuse's fake field goal turned into the game-winning TD in the second. More »

      • Five-run seventh propels Yankees to victory

        Chris Capuano won his first game in pinstripes Friday night, allowing three runs (two earned) over 6 1/3 innings. Brett Gardner's two-run double put the Yankees on the board in the seventh and Jacoby Ellsbury capped the big inning with a two-run home run, as the Yankees rolled the Jays, 6-3. More »

      • Murphy will need longer than minimum stint

        An MRI revealed a "significant issue" in Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy's calf, which is expected to sideline him longer than the minimum 15 days. If and when Murphy does return, Dilson Herrera's presence on the roster will not affect his playing time. More »

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