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    • Mets look for sweep of Phillies as Niese takes the mound

      The Mets close out their four-game set in Philadelphia on Thursday, and they'll hand the ball to Jon Niese (8-9, 3.80 ERA) looking for the series sweep. Niese has posted a 4.29 ERA over seven starts since the All-Star Break. The Phillies will counter with righty Aaron Harang (5-14, 4.67). More »

    • Former Net Darryl Dawkins dies at 58

      Former NBA star Darryl Dawkins died Thursday at 58. Drafted fifth overall in the 1975 draft, Dawkins played 15 seasons in the NBA, including with the Nets from 1982 to 1987. Dawkins was known for his explosive dunks and twice shattered the backboard in 1979 while playing with the 76ers. More »

    • Manning: Giants must feed Beckham Jr.

      The struggles of the Giants' offense have come under scrutiny this preseason, and Eli Manning admits the team needs to find a way to get Odell Beckham Jr. more involved. Manning targeted Beckham five times in last week's preseason game, but the two didn't connect on any passes. More »

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      • Wright will return to lineup for next three games

        David Wright sat out Wednesday after playing in his first two games back from the DL. Mets manager Terry Collins said he plans to put Wright back in the lineup Thursday night and the next two games after that. Wright is 2-for-9 with a home run since returning to the Mets. More »

      • Ellsbury will return to Yankees' lineup Friday

        After missing Wednesday's contest, Jacoby Ellsbury had an MRI on his hip, which he injured while diving for a ball earlier in the week. The MRI showed no major damage, and Brian Cashman said Ellsbury is expected to return Friday. The outfielder is batting .278/.339/.375 this season. More »

      • Coughlin wants improvement from Giants

        As the Giants prepare for their third preseason game against the Jets, head coach Tom Coughlin wants the team's offensive starters to get in sync. Coughlin said that the starters will play the entire first half, adding the "timing of the passing game isn't there yet, and it's got to happen." More »

      • Mets' August power surge continues

        The Mets' bats have stayed hot in Philadelphia, continuing a strong month of August that has already seen the club's offense belt a franchise-record 40 home runs. New York leads the Major in runs scored this month with 146, which is 17 more than the next-best NL team. More »

      • Colon guides Mets to eighth straight victory

        Bartolo Colon was spectacular Wednesday in Philadelphia. The right-hander tossed seven shutout innings and allowed just five hits as the Mets topped the rival Phillies, 9-4. RBIs from Daniel Murphy and Michael Conforto along with another homer from Michael Cuddyer provided the offense. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Behind a stellar pitching performance by Bartolo Colon and the consistent hitting of Michael Cuddyer, the Mets picked up their eighth straight win over the Phillies on Wednesday night. Gary and Ron recap New York's victory in the latest edition of W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • Bogdanovic expects expanded role this season

        Bojan Bogdanovic averaged nine points in just over 23 minutes per game last season for the Nets, and the second-year pro now expects a larger role with the franchise for the 2015-16 campaign. The 26-year-old shot over 50-percent from the field during the final 25 games of last season. More »

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