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    • Punchless in the Bronx: Yankees shut out by Astros in Wild Card Game

      The Yankees' slump extended to the postseason, and their 2015 playoff stint lasted just one game. The Yanks mustered just three hits in a 3-0 loss to the Astros in the AL Wild Card Game on Tuesday in the Bronx. Masahiro Tanaka allowed two runs in five innings, taking the loss. More »

    • Kershaw to pitch Game 1, Greinke in Game 2

      The Mets set their rotation Monday, and the Dodgers followed suit Tuesday, tabbing left-hander Clayton Kershaw for Game 1, with fellow Cy Young candidate Zack Greinke taking the mound for Game 2 of the NLDS. Lefty Brett Anderson will get the ball at Citi Field for Game 3. More »

    • Charges against Rutgers WR Carroo dropped

      Leonte Carroo was a big part of Rutgers' success in their first two weeks, but he was suspended over an assault charge. The charges against Carroo were dropped Tuesday, and the wide receiver could be reinstated for the Scarlet Knights' showdown Saturday vs. Michigan State. More »

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      • Can Tanaka outduel Keuchel?

        The Yankees face a tough task against Dallas Keuchel and the Astros on Tuesday night in the AL Wild Card Game. Keuchel has held the Yankees offense scoreless over 16 innings pitched in two starts this season. As a result, New York will need a strong outing from Masahiro Tanaka. More »

      • Harvey missed Mets workout due to traffic

        Matt Harvey missed the Mets' mandatory workout Tuesday because he was stuck in traffic. Upon arriving at Citi Field, Harvey apologized to Sandy Alderson, Terry Collins and his teammates. "Unfortunately today, I screwed up," Harvey told the media. "Today was not the greatest." More »

      • Uribe will miss Division Series with injury

        Juan Uribe will not play for the Mets in the NLDS, GM Sandy Alderson announced Tuesday. Uribe has been sidelined since Sept. 25 after re-aggravating a chest injury. The 36-year-old has batted .219/.301/.430 with six home runs since being traded to the Mets in July. More »

      • Devils to retire Brodeur's No. 30

        The Devils will retire long-time goalie Martin Brodeur's No. 30 on Feb. 9 this season, the team announced Tuesday. New Jersey will also erect a statue of Brodeur. During his time with the Devils, Brodeur helped lead the team to three Stanley Cup titles, tallied 691 wins and racked up 125 shutouts. More »

      • Alderson's patience with Mets finally paying off

        Sandy Alderson could have traded away the Mets' best young prospects long ago. But the club's GM stayed patient, allowing a talented farm system to develop around a solid core. Now, five years after taking the GM job, Alderson has guided the Mets to a spot in the postseason. More »

      • Giants still hope Pierre-Paul can return

        The Giants are reportedly optimistic that Jason Pierre-Paul will be able to play in this season's final four games. Pierre-Paul is recovering from injuries sustained to his left hand after a fireworks accident this summer. The Giants defense has five sacks this season without its star defensive end. More »

      • Matz's bullpen session goes well Tuesday

        After long tossing Monday, Steven Matz threw a bullpen session Tuesday that reportedly went well. The 24-year-old rookie is also set to pitch an Instructional League game Thursday and is still hopeful of pitching for the Mets in the NLDS despite missing time recently with back stiffness. More »

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