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    • GEICO SportsNite: Granderson talks Mets' injuries

      On a rare off-day, Curtis Granderson decided to come to work to address Citi Field employees and discuss a charity endeavor from the Mets. He also spoke with SNY's Michelle Yu about the team's eight-game win streak and the injuries they have endured in the earlygoing. More »

    • Strong defensive effort keys Rangers' win

      The Rangers played a near-perfect road game for roughly 50 minutes Monday night, then they hung on for dear life to re-take home-ice advantage. Led by goals from Carl Hagelin and Chris Kreider, the Blueshirts claimed a 2-1 win in Game 3 in Pittsburgh, taking a 2-1 series lead. More »

    • CC strong, but Yanks lose series opener

      CC Sabathia authored his best outing of the season, and thanks to Mark Teixeira's fourth homer, the Yanks led in the seventh inning of their series opener in Detroit. But Sabathia surrendered a pair of runs in the frame and the Yanks fell, 2-1, to the Tigers. Sabathia is now 0-3. More »

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      • Alderson expects Wright to return next week

        David Wright injured his hamstring just five days ago, but the Mets third baseman is back riding a stationary bike and on track to return when his DL stint expires next week, according to general manager Sandy Alderson. Wright is eligible to come off the DL on April 30. More »

      • Boychuk shut down Ovechkin in Game 3 thriller

        Johnny Boychuk's reputation as a playoff stalwart was on full display Sunday, and that spelled trouble for the Capitals. The Islanders defensman blanketed Alex Ovechkin throughout Game 3, with the high-scoring winger's only point coming with Boychuk off the ice due to an icing call. More »

      • Mets set early timetables for d'Arnaud, Blevins

        Travis d'Arnaud will wear a splint on the fractured little finger of his right hand, the Mets announced Monday. Should he not suffer any setbacks, he could return around Memorial Day. Reliever Jeremy Blevins has a distal radius fracture of his left arm and will be in a splint for six weeks. More »

      • What should Mets expect from Plawecki?

        After Travis d'Arnaud suffered a broken hand, the Mets will call up Kevin Plawecki before Tuesday's game against the Braves in Flushing. Once rumored to be a threat to d'Arnaud's job, the contact-hitting prospect boasts a familiarity with many Mets pitchers and a good batting eye. More »

      • Klein practices, but his status is uncertain

        Kevin Klein is one step closer to returning to the Rangers' lineup after taking the ice Monday morning for his first full-team practice since fracturing his right arm in March. The team's co-leader in goals among defensmen, Klein remains uncertain for Game 3 against the Penguins. More »

      • Teletovic could return for Game 2

        Mirza Teletovic was expected to miss the remainder of the season after being diagnosed with blood clots in his lungs in January. But after returning to practice last Friday, the Nets forward has fueled speculation that he could return to the court for Game 2 against the Hawks. More »

      • Black scheduled to have second MRI

        After experiencing discomfort in his neck and shoulder during his appearance in Double-A Binghamton, Vic Black will undergo an MRI for the second time in two months Monday. The 26-year-old's previous MRI taken last month showed no structural damage to his right shoulder. More »

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