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    • Lundqvist, Rangers ready for Game 7 against Lightning

      A second straight trip to the Stanley Cup finals is on the line for the Rangers on Friday night as they face the Lightning at Madison Square Garden. After a huge road win in Game 6, Henrik Lundqvist and the Blueshirts will look to win yet another Game 7 on home ice. More »

    • Harvey, Mets open series against Marlins

      The Mets begin a three-game series against the Marlins on Friday night in Flushing. Matt Harvey (5-2, 2.91 ERA) will look to bounce back from his tough outing last time out and help the Mets earn a fourth straight victory. Right-hander Dan Haren (4-2, 3.09) will toe the rubber for the Marlins. 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 »

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      • 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 »

      • Yankees lose series opener to A's

        The Yankees opened a seven-game road trip Thursday in Oakland, and although they built an early lead, the Bombers fell victim to the Athletics. Despite Brian McCann's homer and two RBIs, the Yanks fell 5-4. CC Sabathia allowed five runs in six innings, falling to 2-7. More »

      • Tanaka likely to return in Seattle next week

        Masahiro Tanaka was not great in his most recent rehab start, but the Yankees ace is healthy enough to make his next start in the Majors. Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Tanaka likely will start either Tuesday or Wednesday when the Bombers meet the Mariners in Seattle. More »

      • Eli expecting 2015 to be his best season

        Eli Manning is coming off one of the best seasons of his pro career, and in his second season under offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo, the Giants quarterback expects 2015 to be even better. Manning said "I feel healthy. I feel good; feel confident in the offense, so I'm excited." More »

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