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    • Cubs sneak past Mets, spoil Niese's strong outing at Citi Field

      The Mets' offense struggled again in a 1-0 loss to the Cubs on Tuesday night in Flushing, spoiling a strong outing from Jon Niese in the process. Niese allowed just one run over seven innings. But Cubs starter Kyle Hendricks was even better, and the Mets' winning streak came to an end. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      The Mets saw their four-game winning streak come to a close Tuesday night against the Cubs. Despite a strong outing from starter Jon Niese, New York managed just three hits and suffered a 1-0 defeat. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez have all the reaction from Citi Field. More »

    • Yankees' offensive woes continue in 2-1 loss

      The Yankees dropped their third straight contest with a 2-1 loss to the Angels on Tuesday night. Mark Teixeira gave New York an early lead with a solo homer, but New York notched just one other hit. Back-to-back bombs from Albert Pujols and Erick Aybar lifted the Angels to victory. More »

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      • Cuddyer exits with sore knee, will have MRI

        Mets outfielder Michael Cuddyer left Tuesday's game against the Cubs early with a sore left knee. Darrell Ceciliani replaced Cuddyer in left field after the veteran outfielder went 0-for-2 in his first two plate appearances. Cuddyer is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Wednesday. More »

      • Islanders sign Lee to four-year deal

        After scoring 25 goals and dishing out 16 assists in 76 games as a rookie this past season, Anders Lee was rewarded with a new contract from the Islanders. The 24-year-old Lee will make $3.75 million per season over the next four years after finishing second on the team in goals. More »

      • Miller to throw off mound Wednesday

        Yankees closer Andrew Miller has been out since June 9 with a strained flexor muscle in his left arm, and the left-hander will take another step toward returning to the roster Wednesday. Miller has steadily increased his recovery program and is set to throw off a mound Wednesday. More »

      • Murphy activated from DL; Herrera optioned

        After missing more than three weeks with a left quad strain, Mets infielder Daniel Murphy was activated from the disabled list Tuesday. Second baseman Dilson Herrera was sent down to Triple-A to open a spot on the roster. Murphy is likely to play third base upon his return to the lineup. More »

      • Rangers view Etem similarly to departed Hagelin

        The Rangers traded restricted free agent Carl Hagelin to the Ducks on Saturday, receiving the No. 41 pick in return along with winger Emerson Etem. The team views Etem in a similar light as Hagelin, as a good skater with goal-scoring potential who brings a physical presence to the ice. More »

      • Young likely to return despite Magic's interest

        With NBA free agency starting Saturday, the Nets are the favorites to retain Thaddeus Young despite the forward's opting out of his contract. The Magic are "monitoring" the situation and could pursue Young despite mutual interest between he and the Nets in a return to Brooklyn. More »

      • Yankees send Warren to bullpen

        Ivan Nova returned to the Yankees' rotation last week, and the team has already ditched its plans for a six-man rotation by sending Adam Warren to the bullpen. Warren has been solid this season, posting a 3.59 ERA, but his previous success in the bullpen likely played a role in the decision. More »

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