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    • Brewers break scoreless tie, Mets trail late in Milwaukee

      Zack Wheeler was brilliant Friday night, allowing only one hit before the seventh inning. Wheeler exited after 6 2/3 frames, striking out nine and surrendering just one earned run on three hits. Yovani Gallardo has kept the Mets off the scoreboard as New York trails Milwaukee late. More »

    • Yankees defeat Blue Jays in series opener

      The Yankees and Blue Jays traded home runs early on Friday, as the Yanks emerged victorious, 6-4. Jose Bautista hit two homers for the Jays, and Carlos Beltran and Ichiro Suzuki each homered in the third to give the Yankees their 17th win in a row over the Blue Jays at the Stadium. More »

    • Wilkerson not worried about being underpaid

      Muhammad Wilkerson acknowledged that he's underpaid but isn't worried about it because a new deal is inevitable. Wilkerson is entering the final year of his rookie contract and is coming off an All-Pro season. The defensive lineman will earn $1.2 million for the upcoming campaign. More »

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      • Beckham Jr. misses practice again on Friday

        Odell Beckham Jr. hasn't practiced since Tuesday due to a tweaked hamstring. The issue forced Beckham Jr. to sit out again on Friday. The rookie wide receiver was also limited in OTAs with a bad hamstring. Coach Tom Coughlin hopes the rookie won't be out too long. More »

      • Dice-K getting tests on his elbow in NY

        Daisuke Matsuzaka is back in New York receiving tests on his elbow, manager Terry Collins announced on Friday. Dice-K is scheduled to undergo an MRI after feeling pain in his right elbow. Matsuzaka served up two home runs in two innings on Thursday night. More »

      • Mets to attend workout for Cuban SS/OF Castillo

        Rusney Castillo, a 26-year-old shortstop/outfielder from Cuba, will work out for 11 teams -- including the Mets -- in Miami this weekend. Castillo, who became a free agent last month, is projected to need a little seasoning in the Minors, but he could be in the Majors by season's end. More »

      • Idzik: There is no No. 1 quarterback right now

        The Jets quarterback competition is in full swing at training camp. Incumbent starter Geno Smith took nearly 75 percent of the reps with the first team Friday, but general manager John Idzik stressed that the quarterback competition between Smith and Michael Vick is "not tilted at all." More »

      • Mets promote Flores, send down Nieuwenhuis

        The Mets addressed their need for a backup infielder on Friday, calling up Wilmer Flores from Triple-A. To make room for Flores, the team sent down Kirk Nieuwenhuis. Flores, who had a stint with the Mets earlier this season, hit .323 and recorded 13 home runs in 55 games for Las Vegas. More »

      • Yanks look to add another arm, target Kennedy

        After acquiring two pitchers before the trade deadline, the Yankees and general manager Brian Cashman are looking to add one more arm to their rotation. Reports have pegged Padres starter Ian Kennedy, who pitched in New York from 2007 to 2009, as the Bombers' next trade target. More »

      • With camp underway, Ryan already eying Pats

        Rex Ryan has never been afraid of speaking his mind. So when asked about unseating the Patriots from atop the AFC East, the Jets coach didn't hold back. "We know who the team to beat is, and no offense to Miami or Buffalo, but the team to beat is New England," Ryan said. More »

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