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    • Pair of rallies fall short in Mets' loss to Braves at Citi Field

      The Braves got to Zack Wheeler early, scoring three runs in the first three innings. Wheeler settled in nicely though, not allowing a hit from the fourth inning on. The Mets had their chances in the final two innings, but were unable to get the tying run home in a 3-2 loss to Atlanta. More »

    • Yankees' bats awake, trounce Tigers

      The Yankees exploded for eight runs in the third inning Wednesday night, recording nine straight hits off Detroit's David Price, as the Yanks beat the Tigers, 8-4. Shane Greene picked up the win in Detroit, allowing two runs on five hits over seven innings, striking out eight. More »

    • Vick, Cooper 'all good' after perceived snub

      Michael Vick and Eagles receiver Riley Cooper appear to have patched up their differences after speaking Wednesday. Vick said Tuesday that he was unhappy Cooper didn't return a text during the offseason. The Jets and Eagles will play Thursday night in the final game of the preseason. More »

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      • Black, Edgin not available again Wednesday

        Vic Black and Josh Edgin were unavailable for the Mets' series opener Tuesday night against Atlanta, and they will not pitch again Wednesday. Black is enduring a stiff neck and will likely not pitch for at least a few days, while Edgin has inflammation in his pitching elbow. More »

      • Yankees sign Chris Young to Minor League deal

        Chris Young batted just .205/.283/.346 in 287 plate appearances with the Mets. But the Yankees reportedly decided to take a flier on the embattled outfielder, signing Young to a Minor League deal Wednesday. Young will report to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. More »

      • Harvey needed for Mets to take next step

        Though they have better run differentials than some teams ahead of them in the standings, the Mets are scuffling towards another below-.500 season. Yet Matt Harvey, known for his unwillingness to accept mediocrity, may be the piece that turns the Mets from mediocre to exceptional. More »

      • Jon Beason set back by food poisoning

        Jon Beason's broken foot reportedly wasn't the only thing bothering him last week. The Giants linebacker suffered food poisoning, which set him back in his rehabilitation from the injury to his lower extremity. Beason still expects to be ready to suit up against the Lions on Sept. 8. More »

      • Kelley's horse head sparks Yanks' hot streak

        The Yankees have won five of their last six games, climbing back into the American League playoff race in the process. Do they owe it all ... to a novelty horse head? Yankees reliever Shawn Kelley unveiled the mask last week, and it helped loosen the club and spark its recent hot streak. More »

      • Kobe: Deron Williams is in his own head

        Deron Williams went 0-for-9 in his last home game during the 2014 playoffs, and though many believe the Nets guard was hampered by ankle ailments, Kobe Bryant believes something else was at play. The superstar Lakers guard reportedly claimed Williams "psyched himself out." More »

      • Teams interested in Colon but cost too high

        Bartolo Colon is signed for $11 million next season, and that coupled with the Mets' asking price, is reportedly scaring off would-be trade partners. Colon cleared waivers Monday, and the Royals and Angels are reportedly interested, with the latter showing concern for Colon's contract terms. More »

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