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    • Niese struggles early in Mets' loss to Phillies in Flushing

      Jon Niese took the hill Tuesday as the Mets looked to continue their dominance over the lowly Phillies. The left-hander struggled over five innings, surrendering seven hits and giving up six runs in the team's 14-8 loss to Philadelphia. Yoenis Cespedes hit a two-run homer in the losing effort. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Starter Jon Niese was roughed up over five innings Tuesday night, surrendering seven hits and six runs. The Phillies' offense erupted for eight runs in the sixth inning, leading to their 14-8 win over the Mets. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez break down the loss from Flushing. More »

    • Pineda, Yankees even series against Red Sox

      Michael Pineda was strong over six innings of one-run ball Tuesday, leading the Yankees to a 3-1 win over the rival Red Sox. Stephen Drew delivered a two-run double to put the Bombers up in the sixth, and Brett Gardner tallied a solo shot to put the finishing touches on the victory. More »

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      • Teixeira expected to miss two more weeks

        Yankees general manager Brian Cashman announced Tuesday that first baseman Mark Teixeira would miss at least two more weeks with a bone bruise in his leg. The 35-year-old had an MRI on Tuesday that revealed the injury was worse than what was diagnosed on August 18. More »

      • Mets call up four players from Triple-A

        With the rosters expanding to 40 players Tuesday, the Mets have called up Eric Campbell, Kirk Nieuwenhuis, Eric Young Jr. and Kevin Plawecki. New York also activated Steven Matz, Bobby Parnell and Erik Goeddel from the disabled list, giving the Mets 32 players on their roster. More »

      • Matz scheduled to start Saturday against Marlins

        Activated from the disabled list prior to Tuesday's game against the Phillies, Steven Matz will make his return to the mound Saturday against the Marlins. The left-hander will start in place of Noah Syndergaard as the Mets attempt to conserve the right-hander's innings. More »

      • Jets place Amaro on season-ending IR

        Tight end Jace Amaro, who had already fallen down the depth chart during training camp, will miss the 2015 season after suffering a torn labrum. Jeff Cumberland and Kellen Davis were ahead of Amaro, and Wes Saxton and Arthur Lynch could make the team following the injury. More »

      • Ayers says he's 'frustrated' by pregame injury

        While warming up for the preseason game against the Jets, Robert Ayers aggravated his ankle injury. The defensive end, who did not suffer a serious injury, still said he was "kind of angry. ... I felt like I let my teammates down." Ayers made no promises about the season opener Sept. 13. More »

      • Conforto's relaxed approach helps at plate

        Michael Conforto went 2-for-2 with a solo homer in the Mets' win over the Phillies on Monday night. According to Conforto, he's tried different breathing techniques to become more relaxed at the plate. In his brief Major League career, the outfielder is hitting .293/.392/.537 with four homers. More »

      • Ridley could start season on PUP list

        Stevan Ridley tore knee ligaments while playing for the Patriots in October of last season, and that same injury could force him to the PUP list this season, according to Todd Bowles. "There's no need to rush him back," the coach said. Players on the PUP list miss the first six games. More »

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