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    • Rangers' Stanley Cup run ends with Game 7 loss to Lightning

      The Rangers' bid at a second straight Stanley Cup finals appearance came to an unceremonious end Friday night. Netminder Henrik Lundqvist stopped 23 shots, but Ondrej Palat and Alex Killorn each found the back of the net as the Lightning claimed Game 7, 2-0, over the Blueshirts. More »

    • Harvey, Mets drop series opener to Marlins

      Aiming to bounce back after his last outing, Matt Harvey took the hill Friday for the Mets against the Marlins. The right-hander struck out 11 over eight frames of four-run ball, but the Mets' offense was unable to provide Harvey much support as the team lost the series opener to the Marlins, 4-3. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Gary Cohen and Ron Darling have the latest from Flushing after the Mets' 4-3 loss to the Marlins on Friday night. Matt Harvey was solid over eight innings, allowing four runs while striking out 11 hitters. Lucas Duda and Curtis Granderson each provided solo home runs for New York. More »

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      • Four-run third gives A's win over Yankees

        Chris Capuano was roughed up in the third Friday night, giving up four runs in the shaky frame. The left-hander regathered his composure, finishing his outing with four runs -- three earned -- over 5 1/3 innings. However, the Bombers' offense struggled in the team's 6-2 loss to the A's. More »

      • Columbia rallies past East Carolina in opener

        Looking for just their second tournament win in school history, Columbia squared off against East Carolina in the NCAA regional opener. The Ivy League Champions used a five-run sixth inning to come back and defeat ECU, 6-3. Columbia will face Miami on Saturday. More »

      • Parnell close to returning to Mets

        Mets reliever Bobby Parnell is expected to pitch for Double-A Binghamton on Friday night as he continues his rehab from Tommy John surgery. Parnell's fastball was clocked at 95 mph during his last outing, and the right-hander could give a thin Mets bullpen a boost when he returns. More »

      • Could Knicks offer Green a max contract?

        Draymond Green has been a huge part of the Warriors' success this season, and as a restricted free agent, the forward will attract plenty of interest this summer. Armed with tons of cap space, the Knicks could offer the versatile Green a max contract in hopes of luring him to New York. More »

      • Cuddyer thriving at Citi Field in 2015

        Mets outfielder Michael Cuddyer hasn't hit well on the road this season, but he is consistently crushing the ball at Citi Field. In 25 home games this year, Cuddyer is batting .322/.416/.494 with three homers. "I like hitting at home, no matter where home is," Cuddyer said this week. More »

      • Mets promote Conforto to Double-A

        The Mets have promoted outfield prospect Michael Conforto to Double-A. Mets officials had reportedly discussed sending Conforto directly to Double-A out of Spring Training. The club's first-round pick in the 2014 Draft, Conforto hit .283/.350/.462 with seven home runs in 46 games at High-A. More »

      • Beckham Jr. unfazed by all the attention

        Odell Beckham Jr. isn't concerned that he'll be the focal point of opposing defenses next season after a tremendous rookie campaign. The 22-year-old thinks he'll still thrive against double coverage and believes the return of Victor Cruz will only make the Giants' offense more potent. More »

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