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    • Four-run rally in eighth propels Mets to victory over Nationals

      Back-to-back home runs by Matt Reynolds and Juan Lagares in the eighth inning helped the Mets break open a three-all tie on the way to an 8-3 victory over the Nationals. Starter Matt Bowman was strong as well, fanning four batters over five scoreless innings for New York. More »

    • Vic Black to throw weekend bullpen session

      Though not fully recovered from a shoulder injury, Mets reliever Vic Black said recently that he continues to build strength as the regular season nears. Set to throw a bullpen session this weekend, the 26-year-old hopes his health improves in order to land on the Opening Day roster. More »

    • Warren strong in Yankees' loss to Rays

      The odds-on favorite to capture the fifth spot in the rotation with Chris Capuano hurt, Adam Warren delivered a solid start in Thursday's 6-5 loss to the Rays. Warren lasted 3 2/3 innings, allowing one run while striking out five. Didi Gregorius, Slade Heathcott and Ramon Flores had RBI doubles. More »

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      • Murphy runs, hopes to play this weekend

        Sidelined for the last week with a sore right hamstring, Daniel Murphy has progressed quickly enough to run without issue at Tradition Field on Thursday. After hitting off a tee and doing infield drills without pain Wednesday, Murphy hopes to return to action this weekend. More »

      • Halak back in net; Visnovsky to be held out

        In the midst of a five-game losing streak at Nassau Coliseum, the Islanders will send Jaroslav Halak between the pipes against the red-hot Kings on Thursday night. Lubomir Visnovsky will sit out for the second consecutive game as he recovers from a lower-body injury. More »

      • Mets' outfield set for next season

        Michael Cuddyer has played in left field only nine times over 1,426 career games, but that won't deter manager Terry Collins from using him there in 2015. Cuddyer will be the Mets' starting left fielder next season, with Curtis Granderson and Juan Lagares rounding out rest of the outfield. More »

      • St. Louis expected to skate Thursday

        With the Rangers looking to claim their first Presidents' Trophy since 1994, head coach Alain Vigneault should receive a boost to his lineup for the final push. Martin St. Louis, who has 20 goals this season, is scheduled to skate Thursday and expected to return after the weekend. More »

      • Nets grab crucial road win against Hornets

        The Nets picked up a big win Wednesday night in Charlotte, topping the Hornets, 91-88, to move within a half-game of the Celtics for the Eastern Conference's final playoff spot. Brook Lopez starred again for Brooklyn, leading all scorers with 34 points and hauling in 10 rebounds. More »

      • Clippers crush Knicks at the Garden

        The Knicks never stood a chance Wednesday night against the Clippers. Falling behind by 30 points at halftime, the Knicks slumped to a 111-80 loss at home, their fifth consecutive defeat. New York also likely lost guard Alexey Shved for the rest of the season with a fractured rib. More »

      • Montero, hot bats propel Mets past Yankees

        For the second time in four days, victory in spring's version of the Subway Series went to the Mets. Thanks to a Juan Lagares two-run shot in the fifth, and four innings of one-run ball from starter Rafael Montero, the Metropolitans took down the Yankees, 7-2 in Tampa. More »

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