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    • Mets beat Braves in series opener at Citi Field

      Juan Lagares' two-run homer was the difference in Tuesday's 3-2 victory over the Braves. Dillon Gee earned the win in the series opener, allowing just two runs in 6 2/3 innings. The Mets were victorious despite both David Wright and Daniel Murphy getting the night off. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      The Mets kicked off their six-game homestand by beating the Braves, 3-2. Juan Lagares had a big night with his glove and bat, and the bullpen closed the door after a strong outing from Dillon Gee. Gary Cohen and Ron Darling discussed the win in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

    • Yankees' winning streak snapped in Detroit

      The Yankees had their five-game winning streak come to an end Tuesday in Detroit, losing to the Tigers, 5-2. Jacoby Ellsbury homered twice and Derek Jeter had two singles in the loss. Brandon McCarthy allowed five runs, the most since he's given up since getting traded to New York. More »

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      • Jets QB coach says Vick has been a 'team guy'

        Amid reports that the Jets were unhappy with Michael Vick's effort in trying to capture the starting job at quarterback, QB coach David Lee claims the opposite is true. "I'm just shocked at what a team guy he's been from the start," Lee said, also citing Vick's positive influence on Geno Smith. More »

      • Jets suspend AWOL Patterson

        The Jets announced Tuesday that they have suspended Dimitri Patterson for the rest of the preseason. Patterson disappeared for 48 hours without notifying any team officials of his absence, missing Gang Green's game against the Giants. The cornerback is eligible to return Monday. More »

      • Smith believes he's one of NBA's best shooters

        J.R. Smith posted a comment on his Instagram on Monday, proclaiming himself as "on pace to be one of the best shooters the game had ever seen." The enigmatic guard sports a career .425 field-goal percentage and is a 37-percent shooter from three-point range in 10 NBA seasons. More »

      • Knicks may need to make minutes for Larkin

        With the acquisition of Jose Calderon and Pablo Prigioni's presence, there may be not be much of an opportunity for 21-year-old Shane Larkin to crack the Knicks' rotation. Still, Larkin, who was acquired in the deal that brought Calderon to New York, has shown promise this summer. More »

      • Wright seeing less strikes, swinging more

        David Wright has struggled through injuries and inconsistency in 2014, and numbers show the star third baseman is trying to do too much at the plate. Wright has walked in just seven percent of his plate appearances and has struck out 18 percent of the time he comes to bat. More »

      • Giants reduce roster to 75

        The Giants had until 4 p.m. to reduce their roster to 75, and to do so, they placed receiver Marcus Harris and safety Cooper Taylor on injured reserve. Justin Anderson and Emmanuel Dieke were waived, and the Giants also released 11 in their second wave of camp cuts. More »

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