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    • Harvey dominates, but Mets and Red Sox headed to extras deadlocked

      In his first start in 12 days, Matt Harvey was electric, striking out eight, walking one and surrendering just two hits in six innings in Friday's game with the Red Sox. The clubs were deadlocked into the 10th inning, but Blake Swihart's inside-the-park home run has Boston on top. More »

    • Nets' Young has 'a lot of confidence' in Jack

      Despite the skepticism of many outside the team, Thad Young believes teammate Jarrett Jack can thrive as the Nets' starting point guard. "I have a lot of confidence in what he can do," Young said in a recent radio interview. Jack averaged 12 points and 4.4 assists per game last season. More »

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      • Wright feels good, excited for return to Citi Field

        David Wright has played three games since returning from the disabled list Monday, but Friday's game against the Red Sox will mark his first action at Citi Field since April 14. Wright, who said he feels "good" physically, will play Friday and may sit Saturday or Sunday, according to Terry Collins. More »

      • Former Islanders coach Al Arbour dies at 82

        Al Arbour, who led the Islanders to four straight Stanley Cup titles from 1980-83, died at age 82 on Friday. Arbour enjoyed two stints as New York's head coach, from 1973-86 and 1988-94 and led the team to 15 postseason appearances, coaching exactly 1,500 games in the process. More »

      • Yankees activate Mitchell from 7-day DL

        Bryan Mitchell was lucky to escape with a small nasal fracture when a line drive struck him in the face during an Aug. 17 start against the Twins. Just 11 days later, the Yankees activated him from the 7-day concussion DL, and the 24-year-old right-hander will replace Nick Goody on the roster. More »

      • Mets will stay in organization for bullpen help

        The Mets are hot lately but still would like to add to their bullpen after Jenrry Mejia's suspension and Bobby Parnell's struggles. They're just unlikely to look outside the organization to do so. The Mets like a few pitchers in their system, including Dario Alvarez, Vic Black and even DIllon Gee. More »

      • Mets top Phillies in extras, sweep four-game set

        Jon Niese allowed five runs in six innings Thursday against the Phillies, all in a rough third inning, but the Mets' scorching offense bailed him out with three home runs against Aaron Harang. Daniel Murphy's two-run double in the top of the 13th put the Mets up for good in a 9-5 win. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Earlier this season, the Mets struggled to come back from multi-run deficits. The team's new-look lineup has changed that narrative, and quickly erased a five-run Phillies lead in Thursday's sweep-clinching victory. Gary Cohen and Ron Darling have more in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • Matz to make one more rehab start Monday

        Steven Matz was impressive for Double-A Binghamton over six shutout innings Wednesday night, allowing just one hit and striking out six on an efficient 56 pitches in his third rehab start. The rookie left-hander will throw 80 pitches in what's expected to be his final rehab outing Aug. 31. More »

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