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    • Colon, Mets look to continue recent success against lowly Phillies

      The Mets hand the ball to Bartolo Colon (11-11, 4.65 ERA) for the opener of a three-game set Monday night against the Phillies in Flushing. Rookie Jerad Eickhoff (1-1, 2.25) gets the call for Philadelphia. In his last seven starts against the Phillies, Colon is 6-1 with a 3.26 ERA. More »

    • Cruz not yet cleared for practice

      Working his way back from a calf injury, Victor Cruz hasn't been cleared to return to practice as the Giants remain cautious with the 28-year-old. The inflammation in Cruz's calf has gone down, and the wide receiver said he remains hopeful that he'll be ready for Big Blue's season opener. More »

    • Giants ink recently released safety Brown

      The Giants announced that they have signed Stevie Brown. The safety, who played for the Giants from 2012-14, was hampered by a foot issue that required surgery last season. To make room for Brown, Big Blue cut Victor Butler, who has been suspended for the first four games this season. More »

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      • Parnell targeting Tuesday return to Mets 'pen

        Bobby Parnell threw batting practice at Citi Field prior to Sunday's game, leading to the assumption that the right-hander will be activated from the disabled list when he is eligible on Tuesday. The 30-year-old has 10 strikeouts and a 5.59 ERA over 19 1/3 innings this season. More »

      • Mets Insider: The Flores deal that wasn't

        Remember when Wilmer Flores and half the free world thought the shortstop was traded to Milwaukee? The 24-year-old talked to Mets Insider about his emotions the night of the trade that never happened. He is hitting .317/.349/.524 with several big hits since the trade deadline passed. More »

      • Clutch Cuddyer comes up big for Mets

        After Michael Cuddyer's error in the top of the seventh led to the game-tying run in Sunday's contest, the 36-year-old was given a chance to redeem himself at the plate the following half inning. Cuddyer delivered, singling home Daniel Murphy to give the Mets the lead for good. More »

      • Mets take series finale from Red Sox

        Hoping to avoid a sweep, Michael Cuddyer and the Mets rallied twice to beat the Red Sox, 5-4, on Sunday. Cuddyer had three hits, including a seventh-inning RBI single that broke a 4-all tie. Noah Syndergaard allowed four runs in 6 2/3 innings and helped his own cause with an RBI single. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Mets salvaged a win in Sunday's series finale against the Red Sox, coming from behind twice to sneak away with a 5-4 victory. Michael Cuddyer's RBI single in the seventh proved to be the game-winner. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez break down the game from Flushing. More »

      • GEICO Week in New York: Aug. 31 - Sept. 6

        The Mets bounced back with a win Sunday and currently lead the NL East by 5.5 games as September looms. After recent struggles on offense, the Yankees scored 38 runs in a three-game sweep of the Braves. The Jets came out on top in the Snoopy Bowl, with the NFL season drawing closer. More »

      • Yankees blow out Braves to complete sweep

        The Yankees jumped all over the Braves on Sunday to earn a 20-6 victory and complete a weekend sweep in Atlanta. Stephen Drew went 4-for-4 with a home run and four RBIs, and Jacoby Ellsbury added a homer of his own. Nathan Eovaldi allowed five runs over five innings in the win. More »

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