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    • Lopez's late putback against Knicks aids Nets' playoff hopes

      The Nets won their fifth straight game, but it didn't come easily. Brooklyn nearly blew a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter, but Brook Lopez's late putback lifted the Nets to a 100-98 win. Deron Williams led all scorers with 26 points, and the Nets now sit in a tie for seventh place in the East. More »

    • Mets' rally comes up short against Cardinals

      Looking to put his spring training struggles behind him, Bartolo Colon allowed three runs and six hits in five innings on Wednesday afternoon against the Cardinals. The Mets rallied for two runs in the bottom of the ninth but fell to the Cards, 5-4, at Tradition Field in Port St. Lucie. More »

    • Yankees deal for shortstop Petit

      With Brendan Ryan likely headed to the DL, the Yankees added some infield insurance Wednesday night, striking a deal with the Astros for shortstop Gregorio Petit. The Yankees will send cash or a player to be named later for Petit, who hit .278/.300/.423 in 37 MLB games last season. More »

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      • Warren named Yankees' No. 5 starter

        The Yankees' fifth-starter competition has been decided, with Adam Warren taking the honor. With Chris Capuano on the DL, Joe Girardi announced Wednesday the 27-year-old righty will open the season as the Yanks' No. 5, beating out Esmil Rogers, Bryan Mitchell and Chase Whitley. More »

      • Murphy could be ready for Opening Day

        For the first time since March 20, Daniel Murphy played second base Wednesday against the Cardinals' Triple-A team. The Mets believe he will be available for the team's season opener Monday. If Murphy starts the year on the DL, Matt Reynolds would be on the Opening Day roster. More »

      • St. Louis hopes to return Thursday vs. Wild

        Martin St. Louis skated Wednesday as the right wing on a line with Kevin Hayes and Carl Hagelin and hopes to return from injury Thursday night in Minnesota against the Wild. St. Louis has missed the last two weeks with a knee injury he suffered against the Panthers on March 15. More »

      • Free-agent RB Ridley visiting Jets

        Looking to bolster their backfield, the Jets hosted former Patriots running back Stevan Ridley for a visit Wednesday. Ridley, who tore his ACL early last season, visited the Dolphins on Tuesday and may be looking to sign with an AFC East team to face his former squad twice per season. More »

      • Report: Mets, Lagares closing in on extension

        After upgrading their bullpen Monday, the Mets are on the verge of locking up one of the keys to their defense for the next four seasons. Center fielder Juan Lagares is closing in on a four-year, $20 million extension that buys out his arbitration seasons with an option for 2020. More »

      • Lundqvist felt like himself in win over Jets

        After allowing four goals in his return from injury against the Bruins on Saturday, Henrik Lundqvist cut that number in half to help the Rangers top the Jets on Tuesday. The goaltender said he felt like "Henrik Lundqvist" and that the difference between his recent starts was "night and day." More »

      • Report: Gee to be named fifth starter

        A late push from Rafael Montero threatened Dillon Gee's hold on the Mets' final rotation spot, but Gee will reportedly enter the season as the team's fifth starter. There is still a chance Gee is traded early in the season, but he will act as Zack Wheeler's replacement for at least the first few weeks. More »

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