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    • Harvey continues to impress in Mets' loss to Cardinals

      If Spring Training is any indication, Matt Harvey is ready for the regular season. The Mets' ace tossed 80 pitches over 4 1/3 innings Friday, striking out five in a 5-4 loss to the Cardinals. New York was down four runs entering the ninth before scoring three in a failed comeback attempt. More »

    • Bowles, Maccagnan to watch Mariota workout

      Though he recently tabbed Geno Smith as the Jets' starting quarterback heading into next season, head coach Todd Bowles, along with GM Mike Maccagnan will head to Eugene, Oregon on Saturday to watch incoming rookie Marcus Mariota in a private workout. More »

    • Murphy may not be ready for Opening Day

      A day after Daniel Murphy ran without issue at Tradition Field, Mets manager Terry Collins expressed concern the second baseman would not be ready for Opening Day. Murphy, who hoped to return this weekend, will have eight more spring games to prove his hamstring is fully healed. More »

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      • Lavin, St. John's mutually agree to part ways

        Rumors surrounded Steve Lavin this week regarding potential extension talks, but St. John's decided to part ways with its head coach Friday. Chris Mullin, a Red Storm alumni, is one of the leading candidates to replace Lavin, along with Danny Hurley and Steve Masiello. More »

      • Pineda shuts out Phillies in Yankees' romp

        Michael Pineda continued to excel Friday, tossing five shutout innings in a rain-shortened 10-0 win over the Phillies. The Yankees scored seven times in the fifth and three before the game was called in the sixth. Pineda now has 17 strikeouts and just one walk in 13-plus spring innings. More »

      • Nets sign forward Earl Clark to 10-day contract

        Looking to soften the loss of Thaddeus Young to a knee sprain, the Nets have signed forward Earl Clark to a 10-day contract, the team announced Friday. The five-year veteran averaged 4.8 points and 2.6 rebounds per game last season with the Cavaliers and Knicks. More »

      • Niese making adjustments to his delivery

        Shoulder injuries have shelved Jon Niese over the past few seasons, but the left-hander is looking to alleviate those issues with a new approach on the mound. Niese explained Thursday that he's focused on adjusting his delivery this spring to reduce stress on his troublesome shoulder. More »

      • Young has knee sprain, ruled out Friday

        As the Nets continue their push for a playoff berth in the Eastern Conference, they may be without a key piece for an extended period of time. An MRI revealed Thaddeus Young suffered a knee sprain Wednesday against the Hornets, ruling him out for Friday's game against the Cavs. More »

      • Four-run eighth propels Mets to win over Nats

        Back-to-back home runs by Matt Reynolds and Juan Lagares in the eighth inning helped the Mets break open a three-all tie on the way to an 8-3 victory over the Nationals. Starter Matt Bowman was strong as well, fanning four batters over five scoreless innings for New York. More »

      • Bernier, Devils fall to Capitals in overtime

        Steve Bernier and Travis Zajac provided the offense for the Devils on Thursday evening against the Capitals, but their efforts were not enough as Washington collected a 3-2 overtime win. New Jersey will travel to Carolina on Saturday for a date with the Hurricanes. More »

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