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    • Mets hold onto lead in Oakland, Wheeler wins fourth start in last five

      After a loss Tuesday, the Mets took an early lead Wednesday thanks to a five-run third inning sparked by home runs from Eric Campbell and Lucas Duda. The A's cut into the lead against righty Zack Wheeler, but the Mets continued to hit, pounding Jeff Samardzija for seven runs in an 8-5 win. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Lucas Duda had a big day, cranking a three-run homer that capped a five-run third inning and provided the margin of victory. Four Mets had multi-hit games and Zack Wheeler went over .500 for the first time all year. Kevin Burkhardt and Keith Hernandez have more in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

    • Yankees blow late lead in loss to Astros

      Michael Pineda was perfect through three and allowed two runs in six-plus innings before leaving with the lead. David Huff and Esmil Rogers struggled in relief, giving up three runs in the seventh as the Yankees lost to the Astros, 5-2. Stephen Drew hit his first homer as a Yankee in the loss. More »

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      • Colon will start Sunday, Mets miss Kershaw

        After missing his scheduled start Monday due to his mother's death, Bartolo Colon will return from the bereavement list to face the Dodgers on Sunday. Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw was originally slated to pitch Friday's opener, but the team moved him up to Thursday. Dan Haren will start Friday. More »

      • Tanaka throws second bullpen session

        Masahiro Tanaka threw 35 pitches off a mound Wednesday at Yankee Stadium as he rehabs his elbow injury. Tanaka threw breaking balls for the first time and will throw batting practice soon. The righty has been on the DL since July 10 and still hopes to avoid Tommy John surgery. More »

      • Should Mets keep Colon next season?

        With Matt Harvey set to return in 2015, the Mets will have an abundance of starting pitching next season, meaning Bartolo Colon could be expendable. But considering Colon's consistent track record and solid performance this season, might the Mets be better off keeping the veteran righty? More »

      • Jets will let cornerback issues play out

        Speaking to the media Wednesday, Jets GM John Idzik said the team will wait to let the cornerback situation play itself out. Injuries in training camp have hurt the Jets' depth in the secondary. Idzik said he believes this will give an opportunity for other players to get reps they normally wouldn't. More »

      • Rangers sign free-agent forward Hayes

        The Rangers have signed free-agent winger Kevin Hayes to an entry-level contract. Hayes played at Boston College last season on one of the NCAA's most dominant lines. He will have a chance to compete for a spot on the Rangers' roster immediately out of training camp. More »

      • Giants struggling to learn new offense?

        This preseason, the Giants have looked slow to learn the West Coast offense of new coordinator Ben McAdoo. Injuries and a revamped offensive line have no doubt slowed the development, and preseason games are notoriously meaninglessness. Should the Giants be worried? More »

      • Mets' Gee struggling since return from DL

        Dillon Gee's struggles in 2014 only grew Tuesday after the right-hander gave up eight hits and four runs in the Mets' loss to the A's. Since returning from a back injury in July, Gee is 1-5 with a 5.06 ERA in eight starts. He had posted a 2.73 ERA over eight outings prior to landing on the DL. More »

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