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    • With big innings, Mets blow open rubber-game finale

      After being checked for four innings by Philadelphia's Kyle Kendrick, the Mets' bats -- led by Daniel Muprhy's three-run homer -- exploded in a four-run fifth to back Zack Wheeler. In the seventh, the Mets batted around to put up a five-spot. Even reliever Jeurys Familia had an RBI single. More »

    • SNY's Ojeda talks all things Mets in chat

      What does SNY's Bobby Ojeda think about the upcoming Trade Deadline? Or about the use of a six-man starting rotation in 2015 when Matt Harvey is at full health? The SNY analyst took fan questions in a live chat during Wednesday's Mets-Phillies game. More »

    • Powell, Nelson, Pryor all miss Jets practice

      With training camp in full swing, the injury watch can begin. The three most notable Jets to miss practice Wednesday were Bilal Powell (hamstring), David Nelson (groin) and Calvin Pryor (concussion). The Jets open their preseason on Aug. 7 against the Colts. More »

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      • Zuccarello talks one-year contract

        When he's not showing off his soccer skills, Mats Zuccarello has been discussing the one-year deal he received from the Rangers this offseason. He was not opposed to a longer contract, but he and the club could not agree to terms on one longer than the one he took to avoid arbitration. More »

      • Wilson out for week, to see specialist Monday

        David Wilson, freshly recovered from offseason neck surgery, will not play in Sunday's preseason opener after suffering a "burner" in Tuesday's practice. The running back will see the specialist who performed his offseason neck surgery on Monday and will miss at least a week. More »

      • Davis keeps level head in training camp

        Many players on the Jets have made clear their confidence in the team this season, but linebacker Demario Davis refuses to buy into all the talk. "It seems like too many people are saying we can be the best defense or we are the best defense, but the work has to show it," Davis said. More »

      • Hamels, homers lift Phillies over Mets

        Dillon Gee allowed at least four runs for the third straight outing, surrendering five in 6 2/3 innings Tuesday. Cole Hamels was dominant through eight innings, and a grand slam by Chase Utley, and solo homers by Jimmy Rollins and Grady Sizemore lifted the Phils to a 6-0 win. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Dillon Gee and the Mets were within striking distance into the seventh inning Tuesday night, but Chase Utley damaged their hopes with a grand slam that broke open Philadelphia's 6-0 win. Cole Hamels tossed eight shutout innings. Gary, Ron and Keith have all the reaction from Flushing. More »

      • Yankees hold on to beat Rangers

        The Yankees scored seven runs in the sixth inning and held on to beat the Rangers, 12-11, on Tuesday in Texas. Brett Gardner had four hits and scored three runs, Mark Teixeira homered in his return to the lineup and Brandon McCarthy improved to 3-0 as a Yankee. More »

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