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    • deGrom "really honored" to take the mound for Game 1 of NLDS

      Jacob deGrom, who was outstanding for the Mets during the regular season, will take the ball for Game 1 of the NLDS on Friday night against the Dodgers. The young right-hander posted a mark of 14-8 with a 2.54 ERA this season, and says he's honored to be chosen to start the postseason. More »

    • Fells facing fifth procedure to fight MRSA

      Giants tight end Daniel Fells was put on season-ending IR earlier in the week due to a serious MRSA infection. Despite receiving four treatments to combat the issue in his right ankle, the veteran will now remain in the hospital where he'll likely undergo another treatment this weekend. More »

    • Granderson key to Mets' success

      Despite his less than stellar numbers against lefties, Curtis Granderson will be in the Mets' lineup for Game 1 against the Dodgers. Manager Terry Collins raved about Granderson's contributions this season, saying "he's been one of the biggest pieces of the whole puzzle." More »

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      • Fisher calls Barnes attack "unfortunate"

        After engaging in an altercation with former teammate Matt Barnes over the weekend, Knicks coach Derek Fisher has since called the incident an unfortunate distraction. Despite the press the skirmish received, Fisher says he'll remain focused on the upcoming season with the Knicks. More »

      • Lundqvist likely playing in back-to-back

        Although he only played in back-to-back games only once last season, Henrik Lundqvist likely will be in goal against the Blue Jackets on Friday in Columbus and Saturday in the Rangers' home opener. The 33-year-old won both games of the back-to-back last season. More »

      • Cashman: Girardi's job not in jeopardy

        After the Yankees missed the playoffs the last two seasons, Joe Girardi led them back to the Wild Card Game in 2015. Although the team ended up on the losing end, general manager Brian Cashman gave his manager his full support Tuesday, saying Girardi's job status is not in jeopardy. More »

      • Matz tosses five innings during simulated game

        Steven Matz appears ready to go for the NLDS. The left-hander threw 80 pitches over five innings of a simulated game Thursday, proclaiming afterward that his arm and back "feel great." According to Matz, the Mets will wait until Friday before making a decision on his roster spot. More »

      • Mets cracking jokes about Harvey's tardiness

        Was it traffic that made Matt Harvey late or did he just lose track of time? We may never know the real story, but according to manager Terry Collins, the Mets have forgiven Harvey for his tardiness to the team's mandatory workout Tuesday and have begun poking fun at the situation. More »

      • Halak's status a mystery ahead of opener

        One night before the Islanders open their season in their new home, the Barclays Center, head coach Jack Capuano is unsure if his goaltender will be a go. Jaroslav Halak has been bothered by an upper-body injury, and Capuano said he wouldn't want to rush his netminder back. More »

      • Rangers hold off Blackhawks in season opener

        In Wednesday's season opener, the Rangers fired shots at the defending champs. Oscar Lindberg, Kevin Klein and Derek Stepan all scored first-period goals, as the Rangers crashed the Blackhawks' Stanley Cup banner raising with a 3-2 win. Henrik Lundqvist made 32 saves. More »

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