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    • Mets offense backs Jacob deGrom in victory over Orioles

      Jacob deGrom was solid over seven innings of work Wednesday night against Baltimore, surrendering just one run on six hits. The right-hander, who also struck out nine, picked up his third win as the Mets topped the Orioles, 5-1. Curtis Granderson and Dilson Herrera homered in the victory. More »

    • Sabathia remains winless as Yanks fall to Jays

      Despite receiving an early lead, CC Sabathia failed to earn his first win of the season in the Yankees' 5-1 loss to the Blue Jays on Wednesday night. The left-hander surrendered four runs and nine hits over 6 1/3 as his record dropped to 0-5. Mark Teixeira drove in New York's only run. More »

    • What is Zuccarello's absence costing Rangers?

      Known for their depth, the Rangers have found that quality tested in their second-round series against the Capitals. Mats Zuccarello, likely out for the series with a concussion, has been missed. Besides being a top-line winger, the Norwegian brings a physical presence that belies his size. More »

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      • Wright could return by end of next week

        David Wright, out since April 14 with a hamstring injury, could begin a Minor League rehab assignment this weekend. Manager Terry Collins spoke to the third baseman by phone Tuesday and seemed encouraged. Without setbacks, Wright could return as soon as late next week. More »

      • Investigation: Patriots probably deflated balls

        After months, an NFL investigation determined that Patriots employees likely deflated footballs before the AFC Championship Game and that Tom Brady was "at least generally" aware of the changes. Head coach Bill Belichick was absolved in the 243-page report. More »

      • Report: Blazers could live without Aldridge

        After a first-round loss to the Grizzlies, the Trail Blazers entered an offseason of uncertainty. Star LaMarcus Aldridge is a free agent, but his team may not fight hard to keep him given its cap space and existing talent. What would that mean for Aldridge's chances of coming to New York? More »

      • Colon's results matched by entertainment value

        This season, Bartolo Colon has won five of his six starts, including Tuesday's victory over the Orioles. The veteran right-hander doesn't have the overpowering stuff of Matt Harvey or Jacob deGrom, but that doesn't make him less fun to watch. And doesn't include his hitting. More »

      • Nash not worried despite lack of goals

        Rick Nash has one goal in eight playoff games, but he also has 55 shot attempts. That suggests he has been unlucky. The Rangers winger is disappointed he hasn't scored more. "I am happy with my game, but it's just frustrating when the puck doesn't go in the net," Nash said. More »

      • Colon helps Mets rebound with dominant outing

        Bartolo Colon led the Mets to a bounce-back win with a strong outing against the Orioles on Tuesday. The righty allowed six hits and one run over 7 2/3 innings, striking out nine batters. The Mets used a three-run fourth in a 3-2 victory, with Daniel Murphy and Kevin Plawecki notching RBI hits. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Bartolo Colon got the Mets back on track Tuesday night at Citi Field. Daniel Murphy ended the Mets' scoring drought with an RBI single in the fourth inning, and Kevin Plawecki laced an RBI double to provide the Mets' offense in a 3-2 victory. Gary and Ron analyze the Mets' win from Flushing. More »

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