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    • Will Maddon end up managing the Mets?

      Manager Joe Maddon opted out of his contract with the Rays and will be leaving the organization, the team announced on Friday. Although the Mets have stated Terry Collins will return as manager in 2015, New York is reportedly still viewed as a possible landing spot for Maddon. More »

    • SportsNite Special: Hazing in Sayreville

      New Jersey state assemblyman John Wisniewski and journalist Steve Politi joined Chris Carlin to discuss the recent hazing scandal in Sayreville. Wisniewski and Politi talked about the responsibility of the coaches and the impact the news has had on the local community. More »

    • UConn, Georgetown to renew rivalry

      Former Big East foes UConn and Georgetown will rekindle their rivalry with a two-year home-and-home series, the schools announced on Friday. The Huskies will host the Hoyas in 2016, and then play a road game against Georgetown in 2017. The two teams last met in 2013. More »

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      • Nets exercise options on Plumlee, Karasev

        The Nets have exercised the third-year options for both Mason Plumlee and Sergey Karasev, the team announced on Friday. Plumlee has seen his stock rise in recent months after making Team USA's FIBA World Cup roster. The Nets acquired Karasev in a trade over the summer. More »

      • Getting to know the Mets' new hitting coach

        The Mets announced the hiring of Kevin Long as hitting coach on Thursday. Prior to spending eight seasons as the Yankees' hitting coach, Long was drafted by the Royals in 1989. Long reached as high as Triple-A during his playing days and retired in 1997 to focus on coaching. More »

      • Mets name Long as hitting coach

        Once Kevin Long was let go after eight seasons as the Yankees' hitting coach, rumors began linking Long to the open position with the cross-town Mets. The team officially announced the hiring of Long on Thursday, and the coach is excited to work with a team "on the rise." More »

      • Syracuse athletics under NCAA investigation

        Two Syracuse University athletic programs are under NCAA investigation for "extra benefits and academic issues" dating back as far as 10 years. Jim Boeheim's basketball program has been under investigation since March 2013, but the 2004-05 football team has also raised questions. More »

      • UConn hangs tough, but falls to No. 18 ECU

        At 1-5 entering Thursday night's game with nationally ranked East Carolina, nobody expected UConn to be able to keep up with the Pirates. An 88-yard touchdown reception by Deshon Foxx tied the game in the third quarter, but East Carolina scored the final 10 points to win, 31-21. More »

      • Islanders' Bailey breaks hand, out indefinitely

        A hot start has Islanders' fans optimistic for the 2014-15 season, but left wing Josh Bailey's hand injury took some of the positive vibes away from Thursday's win. Bailey, who has two goals and two assists this season, will be out indefinitely after breaking his hand against the Bruins. More »

      • Islanders snap short skid with win in Boston

        The Islanders started the season 4-0 by scoring four or more goals in their first four games, but had dropped two straight without scoring more than twice. The team bounced back with three goals in Thursday's 3-2 win over the Bruins, including the third tally of the season for Kyle Okposo. More »

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