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    • Gee starts in Mets' first Grapefruit League win against Braves

      The Mets earned their first win in the Grapefruit League this spring, topping the Braves, 8-2. Right-hander Dillon Gee got the start and allowed two runs on two hits in two innings of work. Kirk Nieuwenhuis went 4-for-4 with an RBI and backup catcher Johnny Monell hit a three-run home run. More »

    • Knicks manhandled by Pacers in Indiana

      Playing the second time in as many nights, the Knicks struggled to find a rhythm offensively against the Pacers on Wednesday. Despite a team-high 25 points from Andrea Bargnani, New York turned the ball over 16 times in the first half to propel Indiana to a 105-82 victory. More »

    • Eovaldi, A-Rod debut in Yanks' loss to Phillies

      The Yankees dropped Wednesday's contest to the Phillies, 3-1, but both Nathan Eovaldi and Alex Rodriguez made positive spring debuts. Eovaldi threw two innings, giving up two hits, a run and picking up a strikeout. Rodriguez singled in his first at-bat and finished 1-for-2 with a walk. More »

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      • Flores leaves early after being hit by pitch

        Mets shortstop Wilmer Flores left Wednesday's spring game against the Braves early after being hit in the wrist by a pitch. Flores, who is projected to be the club's starting shortstop in 2015, was replaced by Matt Reynolds. The 23-year-old hit .251/.286/.378 in 78 games last season. More »

      • Islanders showing improvement on penalty kill

        The Islanders held the Stars scoreless in all five of their power-play opportunities Tuesday, a sign that their penalty-kill unit continues to improve. The Isles rank just 29th in the NHL in penalty kills at 75 percent, but since the start of February, they have killed off 82 percent of their penalties. More »

      • Giants, Beason negotiating pay cut

        The Giants want Jon Beason to take a pay cut and the two sides are negotiating. Beason is set to earn a $3.6 million base salary in 2015, with $900,000 of that guaranteed. The linebacker played just four games in 2014 for Big Blue, struggling through a foot injury for most of the season. More »

      • Sheppard set to make Rangers debut

        New Rangers forward James Sheppard is expected to make his debut Wednesday against the Red Wings. During his first practice Tuesday, Sheppard skated on the Rangers' fourth line. The Blueshirts acquired the 26-year-old Sheppard from the Sharks for a 2016 fourth-round pick. More »

      • Mets expect full workload for Harvey

        Speaking on Mets Hot Stove, manager Terry Collins said right-hander Matt Harvey should make at least 30 starts in 2015, his first season back from Tommy John surgery. GM Sandy Alderson later said Harvey could throw 200 innings this year, especially if the Mets earn a playoff spot. More »

      • Knicks' win streak snapped by Kings

        The Knicks' short-lived win streak is now history as the Sacramento Kings built a 26-point halftime lead and rolled for a 124-86 win at the Garden. Alexey Shved led the Knicks with 15 points, and Shane Larkin and Jason Smith each added 13 as New York's two-game streak was snapped. More »

      • Isles steal point but lose in OT in Dallas

        The Islanders trailed in the dying seconds of regulation, but they still managed to retain first place in the Metropolitan Division. Anders Lee's goal with 1.1 seconds in the third tied the game, but the Stars claimed the extra point on Cody Eakin's overtime marker in their 3-2 win. More »

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