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    • Harvey deals but Mets get no-hit, lose second game to Nationals

      After a tough loss to the Nationals in Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader, Matt Harvey allowed just one unearned run over six innings in the nightcap, striking out 11 in a 2-0 loss. Max Scherzer struck out 17 in his second no-hitter of the season to beat a watered-down Mets lineup. More »

    • Jerry Seinfeld joins the SNY broadcast booth

      Jerry Seinfeld joined Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez in the booth during the fourth inning of Game 2 against the Nationals. The actor, comedian and long-time Mets fan discussed Saturday's pitchers' duel between Matt Harvey and Max Scherzer and the Mets' success in 2015. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Matt Harvey pitched great Saturday, striking out 11 in six innings, but Max Scherzer was better, whiffing 17 and no-hitting the Mets. Noah Syndergaard was excellent in a Game 1 loss. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez break down the doubleheader in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

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      • Yankees lose Game 2 of doubleheader with O's

        Luis Severino allowed three early runs Saturday night against the Orioles, but recovered to last seven innings with only those three runs allowed in a 4-3 loss. Dellin Betances' eighth-inning wild pitch helped Baltimore score the go-ahead run as New York was swept in Saturday's doubleheader. More »

      • Syndergaard stupendous, but Mets fall to Nats

        Noah Syndergaard took the hill for the Mets in the first of two games Saturday against the Nationals, and the rookie was dominant, striking out ten over seven innings of one-run ball. Although he exited with the game tied, Bryce Harper's two-run blast in the eighth secured the Nats a 3-1 win. More »

      • Yankees struggle in first of two against O's

        Needing one win to claim home-field advantage in the AL Wild Card Game, the Yankees sent Ivan Nova to the hill against the Orioles in the front-end of a doubleheader Saturday. The righty struggled over 5 2/3 innings, surrendering five runs in the Bombers' 9-2 loss in Camden Yards. More »

      • Diaz, Megna clear waivers, optioned to AHL

        With Dylan McIlrath's inclusion in the Rangers' 23-man roster, Raphael Diaz was the odd man out in the Blueshirts' crowded blue line. The 29-year-old, along with winger Jayson Megna, cleared waivers Saturday and will report to Hartford in the American Hockey League. More »

      • Collins: Matz could pitch in Game 4 of NLDS

        Steven Matz's stiff back has put his spot in the Mets' postseason rotation in jeopardy, but manager Terry Collins said the rookie will have a chance to prove he's healthy enough to pitch. Matz received an injection to relax the tightness in his back that caused him to miss two starts this week. More »

      • Report: Pierre-Paul to report in two weeks

        Although Jason Pierre-Paul hasn't been cleared by the Giants medical staff to return to the field, the defensive lineman plans to report to the team in two weeks. Pierre-Paul has been training with former Giants defensive line coach John Blake as he adjusts to his new physical limitations. More »

      • Beckham's start to his career unlike any other

        Odell Beckham Jr. burst onto the scene last year after a sensational rookie season that saw him haul in 91 catches for 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns. The wideout hasn't disappointed in his sophomore campaign, setting the record for most catches (110) through a player's first 16 games. More »

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