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    • Collins: Noah Syndergaard will stay in Mets' rotation

      After Friday's game, Mets manager Terry Collins said Noah Syndergaard will stay in the team's rotation even when Dillon Gee returns from injury. The Mets could go with a six-man rotation when Gee is healthy. Syndergaard has a 3.63 ERA in three starts for New York this season. More »

    • Mets drop opener in Pittsburgh

      Noah Syndergaard was solid Friday in Pittsburgh, allowing three earned runs and striking out five over six innings. But Gerrit Cole was even better, holding the Mets to just one run in 8 1/3 innings of work. Juan Lagares scored the Mets' only run on a wild pitch in a 4-1 loss to the Pirates. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      The Mets' offense didn't give Noah Syndergaard much support in Friday night's 4-1 loss to the Pirates. Gerrit Cole held New York to just six hits and struck out 10 in 8 1/3 innings, and the Mets fell in the series opener. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez have all the analysis from Pittsburgh. More »

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      • Rangers even series with 5-1 win

        Rick Nash found the back of the net twice and Martin St. Louis scored for the first time this postseason as the Rangers tallied four unanswered goals in a 5-1 win. Henrik Lundqvist finished with 38 saves, and the Blueshirts topped the Lightning to even the series at two games apiece. More »

      • Watch Play Ball week on SNY

        This baseball season, SNY teamed up with Coldwell Banker and the Mets to award grants, donate equipment, conduct a clinic at Citi Field and invite youth to a Mets game. All week, SNY will feature the activities on GEICO SportsNite, Mets game broadcasts and Kids Clubhouse. More »

      • Yankees fall to Rangers in slugfest

        A seventh-run third inning ruined Michael Pineda's outing as the Yankees dropped their series opener against the Rangers, 10-9. Mark Teixeira hit a solo homer in the ninth to bring New York within one run, but the Yanks' comeback fell short. Prince Fielder hit two home runs for Texas. More »

      • Wright could return during first week of June

        David Wright has experienced numerous setbacks since hitting the disabled list in mid-April, but he finally has a return date in his sights. Wright took batting practice before Friday's game and could begin a rehab assignment soon, with an eye on being activated in early June. More »

      • d'Arnaud nearing rehab assignment

        Travis d'Arnaud joined David Wright in taking batting practice Friday and, like the veteran third baseman, could begin a rehab assignment soon. General manager Sandy Alderson wouldn't give a timetable for d'Arnaud's return to the big club. The catcher is recovering from a fractured finger. More »

      • Richardson responds to OTA criticism

        Jets defensive end Sheldon Richardson has been the target of criticism from fans who are unhappy with his absence from voluntary team activities. "I have a life outside of football," Richardson tweeted Friday, saying that he's choosing to spend more time with family before the season. More »

      • Vigneault laughs at idea of benching Lundqvist

        When asked if Henrik Lundqvist would start Friday's Game 4, Rangers coach Alain Vigneault laughed, questioning whether the inquiry was real. "Hank is the guy," said Vigneault, despite Lundqvist allowing six goals in consecutive games as the Rangers have fallen behind the Lightning, 2-1. More »

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