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    • Alderson named to committee to improve pace

      Major League Baseball is addressing its issue with pace of play by putting a committee together in an effort to speed up the game. Mets GM Sandy Alderson has been named to the group, along with Commissioner-elect Rob Manfred, VP of operations Joe Torre and others. More »

    • deGrom, Hamilton front-runners in ROTY voting

      Jacob deGrom has been dominant down the stretch for the Mets in an attempt to cement his case for the Rookie of the Year Award. But he has some competition in the Reds' Billy Hamilton, as the writers who vote appear to be impressed with Hamilton's defense and stolen bases. More »

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      • Was Blatche blackballed from NBA?

        Andray Blatche's one-year deal to play in China raised some eyebrows over the weekend. Blatche came to Brooklyn with a bad reputation and was sent home by Jason Kidd last season for poor conditioning, but it's hard to believe no NBA team was interested in his services. More »

      • No wrong choice for Rangers' next captain

        The Rangers have gone without a captain since trading Ryan Callahan in March. Alain Vigneault is waiting until the end of training camp to name the Blueshirts' new captain, though leading candidate Ryan McDonagh feels there is no wrong choice given the team's strong leadership. More »

      • Tejada could return in 2015 as backup

        Ruben Tejada has started 99 games for the Mets this season, but Terry Collins feels Tejada might be better suited in a backup role in 2015. "This could be the perfect guy to be the extra guy on a team, because he does handle the bat, we've seen that," Collins said over the weekend More »

      • deGrom, Mets sweep Braves in Atlanta

        The Mets defeated the Braves, 10-2, on Sunday afternoon. Rookie pitcher Jacob deGrom had a great outing on the mound, allowing three hits and two runs with 10 strikeouts over six innings. Anthony Recker had a strong offensive outing, hitting a home run and double in Sunday's victory. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Mets claimed their first sweep in Atlanta in seven years, capping it with a 10-2 win over the Braves on Sunday. Jacob deGrom struck out 10 and allowed only three hits in six innings, earning his ninth win of his rookie season. Gary and Keith have all the reaction from Atlanta. More »

      • GEICO Week in New York: Sept. 22 - 28

        There are likely just seven days left in Derek Jeter's Major League career. With just four of the Yankees' final seven games coming at Yankee Stadium, and while many eyes will be on the Captain's farewell, there are other storylines trending on the New York sports landscape. More »

      • deGrom lobbying for one more start

        Jacob deGrom may have made his final start of 2014 on Sunday, but if it is up to the rookie right-hander, he'll get to start once more before season's end. Mets manager Terry Collins reportedly said that it's up in the air whether deGrom will start next weekend against the Astros. More »

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