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    • With winning road trip assured, Mets go for sweep of D-backs

      In Wednesday's series finale in Phoenix, the Mets will look for their sixth win on a nine-game road trip and a sweep of the D-backs. Dillon Gee (9-0, 5.03 ERA) will oppose Arizona's Brandon McCarthy (0-2, 7.78). Gee allowed four runs in 5 2/3 innings during his last start in Anaheim. More »

    • Matsuzaka called up as rotation insurance

      Prior to Wednesday's game against the D-backs, the Mets recalled Daisuke Matsuzaka from Triple-A Las Vegas and outrighted John Lannan to make room. With Jenrry Mejia's blister problem and Bartolo Colon's balky back, the Mets wanted an extra starting pitcher with the club. More »

    • McDonagh ready for hits on shoulder

      When the puck drops on the Rangers' first-round series against the Flyers on Thursday, Ryan McDonagh will have his injured left shoulder tested. The defenseman says he is 100-percent healthy despite not playing since suffering the injury April 1 at Vancouver. More »

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      • Duda will stick to first base for Mets

        Even with Curtis Granderson and Juan Lagares sidelined, Lucas Duda will not play the outfield now that reinforcements have arrived. A hamstring strain forced Lagares to the DL, but Granderson should be able to be return Friday. Chris Young could also return from his DL stint then. More »

      • Mets' offense lead the way in win over D-backs

        With Jackie Robinson Day on Tuesday, Jenrry Mejia pitched five scoreless innings for the Mets before being removed due to a torn blister. A six-run fourth inning for New York chased D-backs starter Bronson Arroyo from the game, as the Mets won their second straight, 9-0. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Mets jumped on D-backs starter Bronson Arroyo early, scoring nine runs in the first four innings to beat Arizona, 9-0. Jenrry Mejia earned his second win, allowing two hits and no runs in five innings before leaving with a torn blister. Kirk Nieuwenhuis had a home run and three RBIs. More »

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        • Knicks top Nets, 109-98, at Barclays Center

          The Knicks jumped out to an early lead Tuesday night against Brooklyn and never looked back, beating the Nets, 109-98. Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 16 points and made four of his five three-point attempts, spearheading a strong performance from the Knicks' bench. More »

        • Nets fall to Knicks in final home game

          The Nets dropped their final home game of the regular season on Tuesday, losing to the Knicks, 109-98. Marcus Thornton paced the Brooklyn offense with 24 points off the bench. The Nets will play their final game of the regular season on Wednesday against the Cavaliers in Cleveland. More »

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          • Islanders receive fifth pick in NHL Draft

            After a disappointing season in which they finished with the NHL's fifth-worst record, the Islanders will receive the fifth pick in June's NHL draft. Head scout Trent Klatt has stated the Islanders have not decided whether to give the Sabres their first-round pick this year or next. More »

          • Carmelo will miss rest of season

            The Knicks announced on Tuesday evening that Carmelo Anthony has a small tear in his right labrum, ending his season. Anthony will not need surgery and will be reevaluated in a month. Last year, the 29-year-old forward's season ended as a result of a tear in his left labrum. More »

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