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    • Colon, Mets open up three-game series with Phillies in Flushing

      After dropping three in Pittsburgh, the Mets return to Flushing to open up a three-game set with the Phillies. Bartolo Colon (6-3, 4.85 ERA) takes the hill and will be opposed by right-hander Severino Gonzalez (2-1, 7.11 ERA). Lucas Duda and Juan Lagares return to the Mets' lineup Monday. More »

    • Knicks have money to work with in free agency

      The Knicks are expected to be active in free agency this summer. With only Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Cleanthony Early under contract, New York will have $27 million in cap space. If the Knicks retain the No. 4 pick, that player is slotted to make $3.4 million. More »

    • Niese struggles as Mets are swept by Pirates

      Looking to salvage a win in Pittsburgh behind Jon Niese, the Mets were crushed by the Pirates in Sunday's series finale, 9-1. Andrew McCutchen's two-run homer was the big blow against Niese, who allowed four runs over 4 2/3 innings. The Mets struck out 36 times in the three-game set. More »

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      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Jon Niese's recent struggles continued Sunday, as the Mets were swept by the Pirates after a 9-1 loss in Pittsburgh. Niese lasted just 4 2/3 innings, and New York didn't muster much offense at the plate. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez break down Sunday's loss from Pittsburgh. More »

      • Lightning push Rangers to the brink

        The Rangers will need another comeback with their backs against the wall. The Lightning blanked the Blueshirts, 2-0, on Sunday night in Game 5. Steven Stamkos and Valtteri Filppula each scored a goal for Tampa Bay, and New York was held scoreless for the first time this series. More »

      • Yankees swept by Rangers in the Bronx

        Chris Capuano couldn't stop the Yankees' slide as the Rangers came away with a 5-2 victory to complete a three-game sweep of New York on Sunday night. Capuano lasted just 4 1/3 innings and allowed three runs, and the Yankees scored two or fewer runs for the seventh time in 11 games. More »

      • Parnell nearing return for Mets

        Mets reliever Bobby Parnell continues to make progress in his rehab from Tommy John surgery. Parnell tossed a scoreless inning and recorded a strikeout Sunday for Double-A Binghamton. The right-hander topped out at 94 mph and is getting closer to re-joining the Mets' bullpen. More »

      • Mets call up Muno, send Monell to Triple-A

        Coming off a disappointing sweep at the hands of the Pirates, the Mets continue to shuffle the bottom of their roster. After Sunday's loss, the team called up infielder Danny Muno from Triple-A. Johnny Monell was sent down to make room for Muno, who was hitting .280 in Las Vegas. More »

      • Giants' success lies in hands of 2014 draft class

        As much as the Giants need this year's rookies to contribute immediately if they hope to be a playoff team, New York will be even more reliant on the development of last year's draft class. Odell Beckham Jr. comes with high expectations, but the class' other prospects need to step up. More »

      • Gee: Extra rehab start is 'wasting bullets'

        Dillon Gee was expected to return to the Mets new-look, six-man rotation Friday, but will instead make one more rehab start. The frustrated right-hander, who started the season in the bullpen before Zack Wheeler's injury opened a rotation spot, said he will be "wasting bullets" in the Minors. More »

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