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    • Flores recalled from Triple-A, will join team in Milwaukee

      After Ruben Tejada was hit in the head by a Taijuan Walker fastball in Wednesday's finale with the Mariners, Wilmer Flores is returning to the Mets. Flores has hit .341 in his last 21 games at Triple-A, with eight homers and 28 RBI's, and will head to Milwaukee as the Mets face the Brewers. More »

    • Familia-Mejia combination producing results

      Although neither pitcher started the season at the back end of the Mets' bullpen, both Jenrry Mejia and Jeurys Familia have played important roles. Mejia has converted six of his last seven save opportunities and the duo has allowed just two earned runs in their last 32 1/3 innings combined. More »

    • Colon on point from the start against Mariners

      Mets starter Bartolo Colon turned in an impressive start on Wednesday against the Mariners, taking a perfect game into the seventh before Robinson Cano broke it up with a single. Colon was changing speeds masterfully and commanding his fastball on both sides of the strike zone. More »

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      • Johnson 'flying' at Jets' training camp

        After sitting out minicamp and OTAs while recovering from knee surgery, running back Chris Johnson was cleared by Dr. James Andrews to participate in training camp. The former Titans star and 2,000-yard back has wasted no time in showing off his trademark wheels to his new team. More »

      • Rookie Williams improving passing-down skills

        The biggest knock on Giants fourth-round pick Andre Williams coming out of college was his lack of involvement on passing downs. Running backs coach Craig Johnson said Wednesday that Williams, who is currently third on the depth chart, is improving both as a receiver and as a blocker. More »

      • Colon nearly perfect, Mets take series

        The Mets won the rubber match of their three-game series with the Mariners, 3-2. Bartolo Colon retired the first 20 Mariners he faced on Wednesday but had a perfect game broken up by Robinson Cano's seventh-inning single. Colon allowed two runs on three hits in 7 1/3 innings. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Bartolo Colon was brilliant Wednesday, tossing 6 2/3 perfect innings before allowing his first hit of the day. The bullpen then pitched out of a jam to close the door as the Mets won, 3-2. Gary Cohen and Ron Darling discuss Colon's performance and more in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • deGrom nearing his innings limit

        Between Triple-A Las Vegas and his time with the Mets, rookie Jacob deGrom has thrown 119 innings this season. The organization will reportedly cap deGrom at 185 total innings, meaning the right-handed pitcher would have approximately 10 starts remaining in 2014. More »

      • Yankees win rain-shortened game

        Wednesday's game was called due to rain in the bottom of the fifth inning, giving the Yankees a 2-1 victory over the Rangers. Brett Gardner's solo homer in the third put the Yanks ahead and proved to be the game-winner. David Phelps allowed one run over five innings in the win. More »

      • Smith 'head and shoulders' above last year

        Plagued by inconsistency during his rookie season, Geno Smith is "head and shoulders" above where he was last year, Rex Ryan said on Wednesday. Despite Smith's progress, Ryan added he won't put a timetable on when he'll announce who the starting quarterback will be. More »

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