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    • Niese, Mets look for redemption against Heston, Giants

      The last time Chris Heston (8-5, 3.78 ERA) took the mound against the Mets, the rookie right-hander threw a no-hitter in Flushing. But fresh off a big win against the Dodgers, the Mets send Jon Niese (3-8, 3.90) to the hill as they look for redemption in the series opener in San Francisco. More »

    • deGrom named to National League All-Star team

      Jacob deGrom is just piling on the accolades. The Mets ace right-hander, who was last season's National League Rookie of the Year, was named to the NL All-Star team Monday night. deGrom is 8-6 and boasts the NL's sixth-best ERA among starters, 2.30, in 16 outings this season. More »

    • Miller rehabbing Monday in Triple-A

      The Yankees bullpen has been taxed this season, but reinforcements are on the way. Closer Andrew Miller is rehabbing Monday night in Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, meaning the reliever's return could come this week. Miller has 17 saves and a 1.03 ERA in 26 1/3 innings. More »

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      • Mets expected to call up Nieuwenhuis

        With the status of Michael Cuddyer up in the air, the Mets have called up outfielder Kirk Nieuwenhuis from Triple-A Las Vegas, according to reports. Since rejoining the Mets' organization in June, the 27-year-old is batting .293 with seven home runs and 20 RBIs. More »

      • Report: Talks 'stagnant' between Nets, Cavs

        With Joe Johnson slated to make $24.9 million next season, the Nets have been shopping the 34-year-old guard in order to avoid paying major financial penalties for going over the cap. Reports indicate the Cavaliers were interested in Johnson, but talks between the two teams have stalled. More »

      • Report: Giants withdraw $60 million offer to JPP

        Following Jason Pierre-Paul's explosive mishap this past weekend, reports indicate the Giants have rescinded their $60 million contract extension to the defensive end. Pierre-Paul, who's still in the hospital, hasn't signed the $14.8 million franchise tag Big Blue placed on him this offseason. More »

      • Rookie Matz turning heads for Mets

        Through his first two starts, Steven Matz has looked like he belongs in the Majors. Matz's domination of the Dodgers on Sunday was the latest example of the rookie left-hander's pitching prowess after giving up only two hits and striking out eight over six scoreless innings. More »

      • Flores keys Mets' series win vs. Dodgers

        Wilmer Flores, moved to second base last week when Daniel Murphy returned from the disabled list, went 10-for-13 in a three-game series in Los Angeles this weekend. Overall, the 23-year-old is hitting .258/.289/.412 in 296 plate appearances. He has 10 homers, but none since June 12. More »

      • Mets blank Dodgers as Matz impresses

        Steven Matz was brilliant in his debut last week and enjoyed similar success Sunday in Los Angeles, as the lefty struck out eight batters in six innings in an 8-0 win over the Dodgers. Wilmer Flores had four hits and three RBI, while Daniel Murphy and Ruben Tejada had three each. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Steven Matz continued his Major League success, and the Mets' lineup enjoyed a much-needed explosion in Sunday's win over the Dodgers, led by hot-hitting Wilmer Flores. Gary Cohen and Ron Darling break down an all-around team victory in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

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