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    • Wheeler, Mets shut down Braves in series opener in Atlanta

      Georgia-native Zack Wheeler was downright dominant in his start Friday night in Atlanta. Wheeler allowed just five hits and did not allow a run, striking out seven in six innings in the Mets' 5-0 win. Lucas Duda's sixth-inning home run, his 28th of the season, put the Mets up for good. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Zack Wheeler dominated in his return to Georgia, and Lucas Duda's sixth-inning homer provide the Mets all the run support they'd need in their 5-0 win Friday night in Atlanta. Duda's homer was his career-high 28th, and Daniel Murphy had four hits. Gary and Keith have all the reaction. More »

    • Yankees claim third straight win

      Jacoby Ellsbury may have left Friday night's game early, but he put his stamp on that contest. Ellsbury drove in three, hitting a two-run homer in the Yanks' 5-3 win over the Blue Jays at the Stadium. Hiroki Kuroda surrendered three runs in 6 2/3 innings, picking up his 11th win. More »

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      • Muhammad Wilkerson fined $20,000

        Muhammad Wilkerson was ejected from Sunday's game in Green Bay for an unnecessary roughness penalty, and the NFL cracked down on the defensive lineman for his role in that altercation. Wilkerson was fined $20,000 by the league on Friday and immediately appealed that ruling. More »

      • Decker, Milliner held out of practice Friday

        Dee Milliner (quad, ankle) and Eric Decker (hamstring) didn't practice Friday, leaving their playing status for the Jets' Monday night contest against the Bears in question. Chris Johnson (ankle), Willie Colon (calf) and Nick Bellore (hip) practiced with the team but were limited. More »

      • Rangers experimenting with Nash at left wing

        A right wing for most of his career, Rick Nash will dabble on the other side of the ice during training camp, according to Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault. "I started out as a left wing and switched over after playing left wing for a few years," Nash added. "I don't mind either side." More »

      • Williams, Nets ready to prove pundits wrong

        A bevy of roster changes has given the Nets a new look heading into next season, leaving many wondering where the team will finish. When asked about the lower expectations set for the team, Deron Williams said he's fine with what he's heard and believes it'll motivate Brooklyn. More »

      • Mets' prospects ready for big stage in 2015

        While talk about the Mets' prospects has revolved around the arms in the farm system, it's about time to start paying attention to the bats in the Minors as well. Catcher Kevin Plawecki, shortstop Matt Reynolds and outfielder Brandon Nimmo are all expected to debut next season. More »

      • Two days after signing, Nets void Ndiaye's deal

        The Nets announced Friday that they have voided the contract of Hamady Ndiaye. According to Brooklyn, the former Rutgers standout failed the required physical two days after signing his deal. Ndiaye was waived in March by the Delaware 87ers (NBADL) due to a season-ending injury. More »

      • Vigneault tipping his hand at training camp

        Alain Vigneault said that he would use training camp to experiment with new lines, hinting that the groups could indicate the top six. Chris Kreider, Derek Stepan and Marty St. Louis have been paired together, while Rick Nash, Derrick Brassard and Mats Zuccarello form another group. More »

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