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    • Matz hopes to pitch Mets into NLCS against Kershaw, Dodgers

      After a thrilling Game 3 win Monday, the Mets resume their series with the Dodgers at Citi Field on Tuesday night. Rookie Steven Matz will look to help lead New York into the NLCS. But the Mets will face a tough challenge against left-hander Clayton Kershaw, who will start on short rest. More »

    • Richardson excited to return to Jets

      After serving a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy, Sheldon Richardson is ready to return to the Jets. A 2014 Pro Bowl selection, Richardson will give an already stout Jets defense a boost along the line. "It's a blessing to be back," Richardson said. More »

    • Doctors hopeful Fells won't lose foot

      Doctors are reportedly hopeful that Giants tight end Daniel Fells will not lose his foot as a result of an MRSA infection. Fells has already undergone five surgeries to combat the infection in hopes it won't spread throughout the rest of his body. Big Blue dedicated its victory Sunday night to Fells. More »

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      • How will Yankees build their 2016 rotation?

        Seven pitchers made at least 11 starts for the Yankees in 2015 and all are under contract with the team next season. Still, questions remain about the club's rotation. With a free-agent class stocked with elite starting pitchers, will the Yankees open their wallets for an impact hurler this winter? More »

      • McIlrath to get his chance in place of Boyle

        Alain Vigneault will hand youngster Dylan McIlrath his first start this season Tuesday night against the Jets. After impressing for the Rangers in training camp, Vigneault said the Rangers want to see how the 23-year-old defenseman takes his chance. Veteran Dan Boyle will sit for McIlrath. More »

      • Harvey battled without his best stuff

        Matt Harvey wasn't his usual spectacular self Monday in Game 3. Nevertheless, the righty gutted out five innings for the Mets and gave up three runs. "He worked harder tonight -- to give us five quality innings -- than I have seen him work at any time in any start," manager Terry Collins said. More »

      • Williams carving out role on Knicks offense

        Derrick Williams came to the Knicks as an unheralded signing this summer, but he's impressed in the preseason. Williams recorded his second straight 20-plus point game Monday against the Sixers. The 24-year-old's play has likely earned him a role with the Knicks once the season begins. More »

      • Offense guides Mets to verge of NLCS

        Mets fans groaned as Matt Harvey allowed three second-inning runs in Game 3. Yet, the team's offense had Harvey's back. Travis d'Arnaud and Yoenis Cespedes homered as the Mets routed the Dodgers, 13-7, moving just one win from the NLCS. Harvey struck out seven, gaining the win. More »

      • Collins warned Harvey not to retaliate

        Terry Collins has told Matt Harvey not to retaliate for Chase Utley's hard slide that broke the leg of Ruben Tejada in Game 2 of the NLDS on Saturday. Harvey will be on the mound Monday night at Citi Field when the Mets play their first postseason game in Flushing in nine seasons. More »

      • Lagares in lineup while Conforto, Cuddyer sit

        Juan Lagares will start in center field when the Mets open Game 3 with the Dodgers on Monday night. Michael Cuddyer and Michael Conforto, who made the lineup for Games 1 and 2, will come off the bench. Curtis Granderson and Yoenis Cespedes will be the corner outfielders. More »

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