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    • Mets will platoon Michael Conforto for rest of season

      Despite his current hot streak, Michael Conforto will continue to be used in a platoon role, according to Mets manager Terry Collins. The rookie outfielder has given New York's offense a boost since getting called up from Double-A, batting .311/.396/.567 over 106 plate appearances. More »

    • SNY unveils 2015 Jets coverage unveiled its Jets coverage for the 2015 season Thursday. With a new coaching staff in place and Darrelle Revis back with Gang Green, SNY will follow all the action in the season ahead. Beginning in Week 1, tune into SNY for all your pre- and postgame Jets coverage. More »

    • Tom Brady beats NFL in 'DeflateGate' case

      Tom Brady has beaten the NFL in the "DeflateGate" court case, with the judge nullifying his four-game suspension. After Brady and the NFL couldn't come to a settlement, the judge ruled in favor of Brady. The Patriots will now have their starting quarterback for Week 1 against the Steelers. More »

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      • Is Pierre-Paul's Giants career over?

        The Giants begin their season in 10 days, and Jason Pierre-Paul is nowhere to be found following his offseason injury. With no one quite sure when Pierre-Paul will return to the team, the chances that his playing days with Big Blue are over have grown increasingly likely. More »

      • Harvey, Mets pick up takes series finale

        Matt Harvey tossed 6 1/3 innings of four-run ball and struck out nine before departing Wednesday's finale with the Phillies. Thanks to an inside-the-park homer from Ruben Tejada and a two-run shot by Michael Conforto, the Mets earned another series triumph with a 9-4 win in Flushing. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Michael Conforto slugged his fifth home run of the season on Wednesday, helping the Mets top the Phillies once again at Citi Field. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez take you through another strong offensive night in Flushing in the latest edition of W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • Harvey battled dehydration Wednesday night

        Matt Harvey reportedly battled dehydration in Wednesday's triumph over the Phillies. The right-hander, who owns a 12-7 record with a 2.48 ERA, spent time with team trainers following the game and it remains unknown whether he'll travel with the club to Miami on Thursday or stay behind. More »

      • Murphy exits game with quad soreness

        Daniel Murphy exited the Mets' victory over the Phillies on Wednesday due to mild discomfort in his left quad. The infielder pulled up gingerly prior to reaching second base in the third inning, appearing to re-aggravate the same quad that put him on the disabled list in June. More »

      • Yankees pick up series win at Fenway

        Behind an impressive offensive performance that saw the club slug five home runs, the Yankees topped the Red Sox on Wednesday in Boston, 13-8. Starter Masahiro Tanaka, who tossed 6 1/3 innings of four-run ball, received homers from Stephen Drew, Didi Gregorius, and Greg Bird. More »

      • Manning confident in Giants' offense

        The Giants' offense hasn't been great during the preseason, but that doesn't mean two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning is pessimistic about the season. Manning, who threw for over 4,000 yards last season, says consistency will come with more practice and reps with the first-team unit. More »

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