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    • Mets blank Dodgers as Matz impresses in second career start

      Steven Matz was brilliant in his debut last week and enjoyed similar success Sunday in Los Angeles, as the lefty struck out eight batters in six innings in an 8-0 win over the Dodgers. Wilmer Flores had four hits and three RBI, while Daniel Murphy and Ruben Tejada had three each. More »

    • Pierre-Paul injures hand in fireworks accident

      Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul had a little too much fun on the Fourth of July, seriously injuring his hand after a mishap with fireworks. Sources indicate that JPP suffered significant damage to his fingers and thumb, but it remains unknown what hand was hurt. More »

    • Nova struggles in Yankees' loss to Rays

      Ivan Nova didn't have his best stuff Sunday afternoon in the Bronx, and the Yankees dropped their series finale with the Rays, 8-1. The right-hander, who made his third start since returning from Tommy John Surgery, surrendered four runs over five innings while walking three. More »

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      • Smith, Amundson could return to Knicks

        The Knicks have been active during the offseason, agreeing to terms with a number of players, including guard Aaron Afflalo and big man Robin Lopez. While the outside help is certainly needed, the franchise is also interested in bringing back Jason Smith and Lou Amundson. More »

      • Williams expected to be Giants' goal-line back

        After a rookie campaign in which he rushed for 721 yards and seven TD's on 217 carries, Giants running back Andre Williams is looking forward to an expanded role this season. Due to the fact that six of his TD's came in the red zone, Williams is penciled in to be the Giants' goal-line back. More »

      • Rangers could entertain shopping C Stepan

        While it is viewed as unlikely at the present time, the Rangers could think about trading center Derek Stepan if they don't believe they can afford to keep him once his arbitration number is determined. If Blueshirts brass believe Kevin Hayes is ready for an increased role, they could shop Stepan. More »

      • Collins says Mejia owes no apologies

        Terry Collins noted recently that he wants reliever Jenrry Mejia to move forward following his 80-game suspension for PED use and not begin an apology tour. The Dominican Republic native isn't eligible for the playoffs, but Collins says he won't hesitate to use him this season. More »

      • Rangers not looking to trade D Yandle

        Although the franchise is unlikely to extend his contract, the Rangers don't appear to be interested in trading defenseman Keith Yandle. A player who provides great depth along the blue line, the 28-year-old is slated to play on the third pair next season for the Blueshirts. More »

      • Long rest still hindering Harvey's performance

        One day after surrendering three runs on seven hits in five innings against the Dodgers, Matt Harvey voiced his displeasure with pitching on extended rest. In 16 starts this season for the second-place Mets, the 26-year-old right-hander boasts a 7-6 record with a 3.11 ERA More »

      • Mets' comeback bid falls short against Dodgers

        The Dodgers took an early lead Saturday night and held on despite a late Mets rally. Lucas Duda's two-run double and Juan Lagares' sac fly closed the gap to one run, but the Mets fell in LA, 4-3. Matt Harvey struggled with his control, allowing three runs over just five innings. More »

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