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    • Duda's big day, Syndergaard's best start help Mets sweep Phillies

      Thanks to Noah Syndergaard and Lucas Duda, the Mets completed a sweep of the division-rival Phillies with a 7-0 win Wednesday. Syndergaard spun 7 1/3 scoreless innings, and Duda crushed two home runs and a double to help the Mets bounce back after getting swept in Pittsburgh. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      The Mets blasted four homers Wednesday afternoon, with two from Lucas Duda in the club's 7-0 win over the Phillies in Flushing. Noah Syndergaard and Michael Cuddyer each also homered, helping the Mets sweep the Phils. Gary and Ron have all the details from Citi Field. More »

    • Tanaka 'fine' after second rehab start

      Masahiro Tanaka made his second rehab start Wednesday, and the Yankees ace allowed three runs on four hits, throwing 62 pitches in three innings in Triple-A against the Pawtucket Red Sox. Tanaka could make another rehab start before returning to the Yankees rotation. More »

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      • Prokhorov may have to sell Barclays to sell Nets

        It's no secret Mikhail Prokhorov wants to sell a stake in the Nets, but the team's owner may have to unload Barclays Center to do so. The entities reportedly can not be sold separately, which has calmed the prospective market. Prokhorov still wants to retain a majority interest in the team. More »

      • Nash's huge night comes at most important time

        Derick Brassard called Rick Nash "a beast" after the Rangers' season-saving win Tuesday night in Tampa. The much-maligned winger posted four points, including his fifth goal of the postseason, and his big night was deemed his best playoff game in his tenure in New York. More »

      • Pineda, Yankees finish off sweep of Royals

        Michael Pineda was hit hard the last time he faced the Royals, but bounced back Wednesday to help the Yankees complete a three-game sweep at the Stadium. Pineda struck out eight over 6 1/3 innings, and Alex Rodriguez's three-run home run gave him all the run support he needed. More »

      • Rodriguez passes Gehrig on all-time RBI list

        Alex Rodriguez hit a three-run home run in the third inning of Wednesday's game against the Royals, surpassing Lou Gehrig to become the American League's all-time leader in RBIs with 1,995. A-Rod is now just 19 hits shy of 3,000 hits as he continues to pile up the milestones. More »

      • Giants DE Ayers carted off field at OTAs

        Robert Ayers is expected to compete this season for the starting spot vacated by Mathias Kiwanuka. The defensive end was carted off the field during Wednesday's OTAs after hurting his knee and ankle. The Giants don't know the severity of the injuries yet, but the ankle is a bigger concern. More »

      • Nieuwenhuis traded to Angels for cash

        After designating Kirk Niewenhuis for assignment May 9 to clear room for Darrell Ceciliani on the 40-man roster, the Mets found a trade partner Wednesday. The Angels sent cash to the Big Apple in exchange for the left-handed hitting outfielder, who is hitting .079 this season. More »

      • Brassard rises to Vigneault's challenge

        After a shutout loss in Game 5 pushed the Rangers to the brink of elimination, head coach Alain Vigneault challenged Derick Brassard heading into Game 6. Brassard responded with a five-point night, including a hat trick, and was the best player on the ice, according to Derek Stepan. More »

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