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    • Syndergaard toes the mound as Mets look to avoid sweep

      After falling in two straight to Boston, the Mets have sent Noah Syndergaard to the mound Sunday looking to avoid a sweep at the hands of the Red Sox. Left-hander Wade Miley is on the hill for Boston. Syndergaard helped his own cause with an RBI single, and the Mets are ahead. More »

    • Jets DT Williams has muscle strain

      Leonard Williams left the Jets' win Saturday with a knee injury, but an MRI revealed the ailment is a muscle strain and the first-round pick did not suffer any ligament damage. Williams is expected to start the season as the Jets' starting defensive tackle due to Sheldon Richardson's suspension. More »

    • Mets make trade for RHP Reed official

      The Mets acquired reliever Addison Reed from the D-backs on Saturday, then made the deal official Sunday. The Mets dealt Minor League pitchers Miller Diaz and Matt Koch for Reed, who served as Arizona's closer, appearing in 38 games for the D-backs this season. More »

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      • Posey among cuts as Jets trim roster to 78

        Forced to cut down to 75 by Tuesday, the Jets announced they released 12 players Sunday, five of whom were wide receivers. DeVier Posey, Jonathon Rumph, Austin Hill, Saalim Hakim and TJ Graham were the cut wide outs, and former Giants OL James Brewer was released as well. More »

      • Matz will only start when he returns

        Steven Matz is nearing a return from the disabled list, and Terry Collins told reporters that when Matz comes back he will only be used as a starting pitcher. Collins said it "may not be fair" for Matz to warm up quickly to come out of the bullpen because of his injury history. More »

      • Eli happy Giants made plays in loss to Jets

        Eli Manning threw a pick-6 on Saturday night, and the Giants' first-team offense sputtered in the club's loss to the Jets. Still, Manning was pleased with the unit's 14-play drive in the second quarter that resulted in a touchdown, saying "we made some plays." More »

      • Versatile Hayes could be St. Louis' replacement

        Kevin Hayes enjoyed a breakout season in his rookie campaign with the Rangers, mostly playing as the club's third-line center. But Hayes' natural position is right wing, and with Jarret Stoll's addition, he could serve as Martin St. Louis' replacement as a winger on the Rangers' second line. More »

      • deGrom pitches well, but Mets fall again

        Jacob deGrom was his usual solid self in Saturday's middle game with the Red Sox, striking out 10 while allowing just two runs in six innings of work. Despite deGrom's performance, and Juan Uribe's RBI double, the Mets fell to Boston at Citi Field for the second straight day, 3-1. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Despite receiving another strong pitching performance from Jacob deGrom, the Mets dropped their second straight to the Red Sox at Citi Field on Saturday. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez have all your postgame coverage in the latest edition of W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • Severino guides Yanks to win over Braves

        Behind an outstanding performance by Luis Severino, the Yankees earned their second straight win over the Braves on Saturday, 3-1. The 21-year-old right-hander, who earned his second win, tossed six innings of shutout ball, allowing just four hits while picking up five strikeouts. More »

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