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    • Niese on the hill, aiming for first victory of 2014 against Cardinals

      Jon Niese has been arguably the Mets' best starting pitcher this year. Yet Niese will take the mound Wednesday night against the Cardinals looking for his first win of 2014. Michael Wacha will take the hill for St. Louis. Curtis Granderson, who is immersed in an 0-for-22 slump, will bat second. More »

    • Report: Giants to open regular season at Detroit

      The full NFL schedule will be officially unveiled on Wednesday, but the Giants' season opener has been leaked. Tom Coughlin's 11th regular season with the Giants will start with a Monday-night contest in Motown on Sept. 8 against the Lions. The Giants won in Detroit, 23-20, in 2013. More »

    • No supplemental discipline for hit on Carcillo

      Daniel Carcillo was a pest in the Rangers' Game 3 win, getting under Flyers forward Matt Read's skin. Read appeared to jar Carcillo with a deliberate shoulder to the chin in neutral ice during the third period. Philadelphia's forward will reportedly not face supplemental discipline for the hit. More »

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      • Granderson to remain in Mets' lineup

        Curtis Granderson has not registered a hit in 22 straight at-bats, is hitting just .116 in 80 plate appearances and is already hearing boos from the fans in Flushing. Mets manager Terry Collins has no intentions of benching The Grandy Man yet, saying "It's still April." More »

      • Fiancee tried to sway Jackson to coach Knicks

        Phil Jackson addressed the media Wednesday and told reporters his fiancee, Jeanie Buss, encouraged him to coach the Knicks next season. Jackson told reporters he will be ignoring Buss' advice and is targeting Steve Kerr as the club's next coach. More »

      • 'King' Henrik returns to form in Game 3

        After being outplayed by Ray Emery in the Rangers' Game 2 loss to the Flyers, Henrik Lundqvist was a difference-maker in Tuesday's win. Lundqvist outplayed Emery, stopping 31 of 32 shots in Game 3 and improving his playoff save percentage (.930) and goals-against average (1.68). More »

      • 'Minor friction' exists between Jackson, Dolan

        James Dolan and Phil Jackson are reportedly butting heads already. Although Dolan wanted to retain New York's assistants, parting ways only with head coach Mike Woodson, Jackson ousted the whole lot, and reports are swirling that Dolan and Jackson are dealing with some friction. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling and Gary Cohen discuss the Mets' loss to the Cardinals on Tuesday, 3-0. St. Louis' Adam Wainwright pitched seven shutout innings. New York's Dillon Gee also had a strong showing on the mound, but the Mets' offense struggled to score a run. Watch »

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        • Tanaka leads Yankees over Red Sox

          Masahiro Tanaka earned his first victory over the Yankees' biggest rival when New York defeated Boston at Fenway Park, 9-3. The right-hander allowed seven hits and two runs with seven strikeouts over 7 1/3 innings. Carlos Beltran also recorded a home run in the win on Tuesday night. More »

        • Rangers take Game 3 over Flyers

          The Rangers made the short trip to Philadelphia to win Game 3 of Round 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, 4-1. Derek Stepan, Martin St. Louis, Dan Girardi and Dan Carcillo all netted goals for New York. Henrik Lundqvist had an impressive performance in goal, stopping 31 of 32 shots. More »

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