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    • Flores' three-run blast carries Mets over Phillies in series opener

      Bartolo Colon took the hill for the Mets' series opener against the Phillies on Monday. The right-hander threw six innings of three-run ball and was backed by the long ball as Lucas Duda, Wilmer Flores and Michael Cuddyer collected home runs in the Mets' 6-3 win over the Phillies. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Bartolo Colon had won six of seven outings this season before struggling in consecutive starts, entering Monday having allowed 15 runs in his last 9 1/3 innings before bouncing back to beat the Phillies. Gary Cohen and Ron Darling have more in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

    • d'Arnaud could return early next week

      Travis d'Arnaud has missed over a month after fracturing his right pinkie on Apr. 19, but continues to close in on a return. The catcher will catch five innings in an extended spring game Tuesday before heading out for a short rehab assignment. d'Arnaud was hitting .317 before getting hurt. More »

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      • Vigneault: Rangers maintain focus in must-wins

        When asked why his team has a tendency to thrive with their backs against the wall, Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault lauded his players' ability to focus on the task at hand. 'We've obviously been in a few of these situations in the past, and I'm very confident," said Vigneault. More »

      • Alderson: Wright's spinal stenosis manageable

        After learning about his spinal stenosis, David Wright will travel to California this week to receive additional physical therapy on his back, general manager Sandy Alderson said Monday. Alderson added that the Mets expect the 32-year-old third baseman back sooner rather than later. More »

      • Long ball powers Yankees' blowout over Royals

        The Yankees came out swinging against the Royals on Monday afternoon, clubbing three home runs in the first inning to jump out to an early advantage. That lead wouldn't be relinquished as the Bombers rode a strong performance from Nathan Eovaldi to win the opener, 14-1. More »

      • Black tosses scoress inning of relief in rehab

        Looking to get his rehab back on track, Vic Black tossed a perfect inning in his relief appearance for Double-A Binghamton on Monday, striking out one. Black, who is recovering from shoulder fatigue and a herniated disk, saw his fastball top out at 94 mph during his outing. More »

      • d'Arnaud set for first rehab start

        Travis d'Arnaud will catch five innings in an extended Spring Training game Tuesday, GM Sandy Alderson said. d'Arnaud, who's been on the disabled list since April 19 with a a fractured metacarpal in his right pinkie, could return to the Mets next week when the team travels to San Diego. More »

      • Knicks have money to work with in free agency

        The Knicks are expected to be active in free agency this summer. With only Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Cleanthony Early under contract, New York will have $27 million in cap space. If the Knicks retain the No. 4 pick, that player is slotted to make $3.4 million. More »

      • Niese struggles as Mets are swept by Pirates

        Looking to salvage a win in Pittsburgh behind Jon Niese, the Mets were crushed by the Pirates in Sunday's series finale, 9-1. Andrew McCutchen's two-run homer was the big blow against Niese, who allowed four runs over 4 2/3 innings. The Mets struck out 36 times in the three-game set. More »

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