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    • Is sports hernia injury affecting Mejia's ability to pitch?

      Back in August, Jenrry Mejia revealed that he had been pitching for a few weeks with a sports hernia. Despite the injury, the Mets closer has continued to excel out of the bullpen. With two weeks left, should the Mets consider shutting down Mejia for the remainder of the season? More »

    • Rangers likely to name a 'C' before first game

      The Rangers have been without a captain since the departure of Ryan Callahan at the trade deadline last season, but Alain Vigneault is in no rush to appoint a new one. The Blueshirts head coach said he "likely" won't stick the 'C' on anyone's chest until the first game of the regular season. More »

    • Betances breaks Rivera's single-season record

      After tallying his 131st and 132nd strikeouts Wednesday night, Dellin Betances surpassed Mariano Rivera's record for punch outs in a season by a reliever. Rivera set the mark with 130 strikeouts over 107 2/3 innings in 1996, while Betances completed the feat in just 87 2/3 frames. More »

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      • Miller ready for bigger role with Rangers

        With the departure of Brad Richards and Brian Boyle this offseason, the Rangers expect JT Miller to take on an expanded role with the team during the season. Miller, a 2011 first-round pick, said he believes he's more "mature" as a player and feels he has made strides as a center. More »

      • Lagares hindered by elbow strain

        Juan Lagares is unsure if he'll hit the field again this season after it was revealed that the 25-year-old center fielder is suffering from a right elbow strain. In 116 games this campaign, Lagares set career highs in batting average (.281), on-base percentage (.321) and RBIs (47). More »

      • Mets drop series finale to Marlins at Citi Field

        Dillon Gee was solid Wednesday night in the Mets' series finale with the Marlins, scattering seven hits and allowing four runs in 6 2/3 innings. But Marlins right-hander Henderson Alvarez was just a little better, surrendering just two runs in six innings in the team's 4-3 win. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Christian Yelich's seventh-inning RBI double was just out of the reach of Mets outfielder Kirk Nieuwenhuis. Yelich's double plated the game-winning run in the Marlins' 4-3 win over the Mets on Wednesday at Citi Field. Gary, Ron and Keith have all the reaction from Flushing. More »

      • McCarthy helps Yanks snap drought

        Brandon McCarthy was dominant again, allowing just four hits and two earned runs in seven innings. The Yankees also gave him some run support, snapping a three-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over the Rays. Chase Headley and Brendan Ryan each had RBI doubles. More »

      • Rex 'hopeful' Decker and Milliner will play

        Dee Milliner and Eric Decker both missed practice Wednesday, but Jets coach Rex Ryan said he is "hopeful" each will be able to play Monday night in their home game with the Bears. Milliner made his season debut Sunday in Green Bay and has been nursing an ankle ailment. More »

      • Backman to join Mets for final nine games

        Wally Backman will join the Mets coaching staff on Friday, the team announced on Wednesday. "He and I are very good friends," Terry Collins said. The former Mets infielder was named the Pacific Coast League Manager of the Year for his efforts with Triple-A Las Vegas. More »

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