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    • Duda blasts another two homers as Mets take second straight from Nats

      Following a walk-off win Friday, the Mets picked up another exciting victory Saturday against the Nationals, 3-2. Jacob deGrom allowed two-first inning runs but no more over six innings, and Lucas Duda drove in all three Mets' runs with two home runs and a go-ahead RBI double in the eighth. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Lucas Duda's big night gave him eight homers in his last seven games, and Jacob deGrom battled through six innings without great stuff to help the Mets pull within a game of the Nationals in the NL East. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez break down a big win in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

    • Yankees' offense stymied in loss to White Sox

      The Yankees couldn't follow Friday's fireworks against the White Sox on Saturday, scoring just two runs in an 8-2 loss at U.S. Cellular Field. Bryan Mitchell allowed four runs over four-plus innings, and ex-Yankee Melky Cabrera delivered the big blow with a three-run homer in the fifth. More »

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      • Severino to make MLB debut Wednesday

        The Yankees were unwilling to part with Luis Severino in any deadline deals, and now the 21-year-old top prospect will make his Major League debut Wednesday against the Red Sox. Severino, who takes Michael Pineda's spot in the rotation, was 7-0 with a 1.91 ERA at Triple-A. More »

      • Smith has punctured lung, out 4-to-6 weeks

        In addition to suffering broken ribs after a collision with Jaiquawn Jarrett on Friday, Jets rookie wide receiver Devin Smith also has a punctured lung and will miss 4-to-6 weeks, threatening his status for Week 1. The second-round pick was expected to provide the Jets with a deep threat. More »

      • Report: Williams, Johnson didn't get along

        According to reports, former Nets guard Deron Williams and forward Joe Johnson didn't get along during their time together in Brooklyn. The 31-year-old Williams reached a buyout agreement with the franchise last month, and many believe Johnson will improve without his presence. More »

      • Wright close to participating in rehab games

        On the disabled list since April 15 with a strained right hamstring and later diagnosed with spinal stenosis, David Wright may finally be making progress toward a return to the Mets. The 32-year-old is close to being able to play in rehab games, but continues to take the process day by day. More »

      • Manning taking contract talks in stride

        Eli Manning is looking forward to heightened success in his second season in Ben McAdoo's offensive system, so he isn't all that worried about receiving a new contract. The 34-year-old wants to retire a Giant, but said recently that he's comfortable playing out the final year of his deal. More »

      • Knicks agree to terms with SG Vujacic

        The Knicks and guard Sasha Vujacic have reportedly agreed to terms on a one-year deal. Vujacic, a 31-year-old from Slovenia, last played in the NBA in 2014 with the Clippers, but holds experience in the triangle offense from his time with the Lakers, where Phil Jackson was his coach. More »

      • McDonagh listed among top NHL defensemen

        Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh remains one of the top players at his position, and The Hockey News bestowed praise upon the 26-year-old in their latest list issue. McDonagh was voted the second best defensive defenseman behind Chicago Blackhawks standout Duncan Keith. More »

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