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    • Rough second inning sends Niese, Mets to Subway Series loss to Yankees

      Jon Niese was hit hard in Sunday's rubber match against the Yankees, allowing six runs over five innings of work. Curtis Granderson hit a leadoff home run, but Alex Rodriguez's 659th career homer the following half-inning and a four-run second helped the Yankees send the Mets to a 6-4 defeat. More »

    • GEICO Week in New York: April 27-May 3

      Both the Mets and Yankees are atop their divisions, but playoff hockey and basketball are still alive in the Big Apple. The Rangers beat the Penguins in five games, while Monday sees the Islanders play Game 7 against the Capitals and the Nets attempt to even their series with Atlanta. More »

    • Struggling Williams still has support of Hollins

      Deron Williams hasn't had much luck with his shot against the Hawks and is just 2-for-15 in his last two games. Coach Lionel Hollins defended his point guard, pointing to his 16 assists and 21 rebounds in the series. Teammate Joe Johnson said Williams is dealing with "severe tendinitis." More »

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      • Wright to ramp up baseball activities Monday

        Mets third baseman David Wright is eligible to come off the 15-day disabled list Thursday, and plans to add fielding grounders and running to his rehab regimen Monday. Wright started hitting off a tee and throwing Saturday, and manager Terry Collins hopes to have Wright back next weekend. More »

      • Girardi sets Rangers record against Penguins

        Defenseman Dan Girardi is no stranger to the postseason, playing his 94th career playoff game during the Rangers' first-round series against the Penguins. Those 94 appearances set a new franchise record, one the 30-year-old will have the chance to add to the rest of the way. More »

      • Giants should pass on WR in favor of Scherff

        It's possible that either Alabama's Amari Cooper or West Virginia's Kevin White will be available at No. 9 when the Giants are on the clock Thursday. Even with Victor Cruz's future cloudy thanks to injury, New York should pass on both and fortify their offensive line with Iowa's Brandon Scherff. More »

      • Bruins contact Jeff Gorton about GM position

        With a vacancy in their front office, the Bruins have contacted Rangers assistant general manager Jeff Gorton about their open GM position. Gorton formerly served as the assistant general manager and interim GM of Boston before being succeed by Peter Chiarelli. More »

      • Mayfield makes minutes count in Game 6

        Due to several injuries along the blue line, Scott Mayfield got his first taste of playoff hockey in his young NHL career Sunday. A surprise pick to suit up over Ryan Pulock, the 22-year-old played limited minutes with partner Matt Donovan, but made them count when he was on the ice. More »

      • Bogdanovic finds shooting stroke at home

        Inserted back into the starting lineup, Bojan Bogdanovic's success at Barclays Center continued Saturday. The rookie went 7-of-13 from the field, including 3-of-7 from beyond the arc, to tally 19 points in Brooklyn's Game 3 win. Bogdanovic was one of four Nets starters to reach double digits. More »

      • Hagelin continues to step up in playoffs

        Carl Hagelin has always been known as a speedster, but he's beginning to establish a new reputation -- playoff standout. The 26-year-old leads the Rangers in postseason markers since 2013, lighting the lamp 12 times in 42 games. Hagelin's also collected 21 points over that span. More »

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