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    • Dominant Colon, Mets homers spark second straight win

      Bartolo Colon struck out nine and surrendered just four hits in eight innings, keying the Mets' 3-1 win over the Phillies in Monday's series opener in Flushing. Curtis Granderson socked a two-run homer that scored Colon, and Michael Conforto homered too to account for the Mets' offense. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Bartolo Colon did the damage pitching, and Curtis Granderson's two-run, fourth-inning homer was the difference in the Mets' 3-1 win over the Phillies. Colon tossed eight innings of four-hit ball, and Jeurys Familia pitched the ninth to earn his 36th save. Gary, Ron and Keith have the details. More »

    • Yankees strand 14 in loss to Red Sox

      With an opportunity to gain ground on the Blue Jays, the Yankees' offense sputtered in their series opener in Boston. The Bombers generated just three runs, stranding 14 on base in their 4-3 loss to the Red Sox. David Ortiz socked career homer No. 495 for Boston. More »

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      • Mets to activate Matz, Goeddel

        Steven Matz tossed 5 1/3 scoreless innings in his last rehab start Monday in Binghamton, and the lefty prospect will be activated from the disabled list Tuesday when rosters expand. Righty Erik Goeddel will also be activated from the DL and join the Mets in Flushing on Tuesday too. More »

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

        Eric Young Jr. will join the Mets on Tuesday when rosters expand, and to make room for him on the team's 40-man roster, the Mets outrighted Danny Muno to Triple-A. Young, who was acquired from Atlanta on Aug. 22, will join Kevin Plawecki, Eric Campbell and Kirk Nieuwenhuis as call-ups. More »

      • Collins, Mets have a plan for Matz

        Steven Matz will make his final rehab start Monday night in Binghamton, and although the left-hander is scheduled to start games for the Mets in September, the club is going to be cautious with him. "We have an idea, but haven't really etched it in stone," Terry Collins told reporters Monday. More »

      • Cruz not yet cleared for practice

        Working his way back from a calf injury, Victor Cruz hasn't been cleared to return to practice as the Giants remain cautious with the 28-year-old. The inflammation in Cruz's calf has gone down, and the wide receiver said he remains hopeful that he'll be ready for Big Blue's season opener. More »

      • Giants ink recently released safety Brown

        The Giants announced that they have signed Stevie Brown. The safety, who played for the Giants from 2012-14, was hampered by a foot issue that required surgery last season. To make room for Brown, Big Blue cut Victor Butler, who has been suspended for the first four games this season. More »

      • Parnell targeting Tuesday return to Mets 'pen

        Bobby Parnell threw batting practice at Citi Field prior to Sunday's game, leading to the assumption that the right-hander will be activated from the disabled list when he is eligible on Tuesday. The 30-year-old has 10 strikeouts and a 5.59 ERA over 19 1/3 innings this season. More »

      • Mets Insider: The Flores deal that wasn't

        Remember when Wilmer Flores and half the free world thought the shortstop was traded to Milwaukee? The 24-year-old talked to Mets Insider about his emotions the night of the trade that never happened. He is hitting .317/.349/.524 with several big hits since the trade deadline passed. More »

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