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    • Niese, Mets lose to Giants in opener of four-game series

      The Mets didn't have an answer for Ryan Vogelsong in Friday's 5-1 loss to the Giants, as the righty limited New York to just two hits over nine innings. Lucas Duda connected on his 20th homer for the Mets' only run. Jon Niese allowed five runs in eight-plus innings, three of which were earned. More »

    • It's possible deGrom could defy innings limit

      Jacob deGrom has pitched 87 innings this year, and there's one scenario that would see the right-hander eclipse the team's 180-185 innings limit set for the rookie. Sandy Alderson said Friday if the Mets are in the mix for the playoffs late in the season, deGrom might be able to keep pitching. More »

    • Falk leaves Rangers, returns to Wild

      Justin Falk signed a one-year deal with the Minnesota Wild on Friday. The defenseman appeared in 21 games for the Rangers last season, but played in just one game once the calendar turned to 2014. Falk came to New York after spending his first four seasons in Minnesota. More »

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      • Knicks reach deal with draft pick Early

        The Knicks have signed second-round pick Cleanthony Early, the team announced on Friday. Early, a Bronx, NY native, saw action in four games for the Knicks' Summer League squad in Las Vegas, where he averaged 11.5 points and 4.8 rebounds in 27.9 minutes. More »

      • Yankees option Wheeler, Almonte, DFA Roberts

        A day after bolstering their roster, the Yankees made corresponding moves, announcing Friday they optioned Zelous Wheeler and Zoilo Almonte to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. The club also designated second baseman Brian Roberts for assignment. More »

      • Matt Harvey throws off mound

        Matt Harvey took one step closer in his long road back from Tommy John surgery. After pining to for months, the right-hander finally threw off a mound Friday for the first time since undergoing the operation in October. The 25-year-old reportedly wants to start a Mets game before season's end. More »

      • Injuries hurting Giants' progress

        Key injuries have exposed the Giants' lack of depth at wide receiver and running back. Setbacks to running back David Wilson and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. could hold back the production the Giants were hoping for in order to improve from a disappointing 2013 season. More »

      • Wheeler grinding out starts to have success

        Zack Wheeler has not lost since June 25, has thrown more than 100 pitches and has not allowed more than two runs in any of his last six starts. Although he has had success, Wheeler has been forced to grind through some of those outings, which should boost the righty's confidence. More »

      • Decker, Johnson to participate in scrimmage

        The Jets will have their first scrimmage Saturday, and although Calvin Pryor will not participate, two banged-up offensive weapons will. Eric Decker, nursing a hamstring injury, and Chris Johnson, still recovering from knee surgery, will play in the green-white scrimmage. More »

      • Pryor not cleared for contact yet

        The Jets have high hopes for rookie Calvin Pryor, yet a concussion has kept the safety off the field for training camp since Saturday. Pryor returned to camp in full pads Friday and was cleared for physical activity, but he was wearing a non-contact jersey. More »

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