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    • deGrom bounces back, Mets take opener from Phillies

      Jacob deGrom's first start back from the disabled list didn't go as well as the rookie hoped, but he rebounded Friday night with seven one-run innings against the Phillies. Grady Sizemore dropped a fly ball with two outs in the seventh, giving the Mets a two-run lead they would hold in a 4-1 win. More »

    • Murphy will need longer than minimum stint

      An MRI revealed a "significant issue" in Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy's calf, which is expected to sideline him longer than the minimum 15 days. If and when Murphy does return, Dilson Herrera's presence on the roster will not affect his playing time. More »

    • What does Herrera's arrival mean for Murphy?

      With the decision to call up Dilson Herrera to fill in for Daniel Murphy, the Mets may have raised questions about the future of second base. Murphy is expected to earn $9 million in 2015 in his final year of arbitration eligibility. If Herrera shines, Murphy could become trade bait. More »

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      • Schwartz likely headed to short-term IR

        The Giants will likely place guard Geoff Schwartz on short-term injured reserve, making him eligible to return in Week 9. The six-year veteran dislocated his toe in the preseason game with the Jets. Schwartz will remain in a walking boot for another week before starting a rehab program. More »

      • Vick's preseason finale short and sweet

        Michael Vick appeared in only one play for the Jets in their preseason finale against the Eagles on Thursday night and received a nice ovation from the Philadelphia fans. "I'm glad it turned out that way," he said. "It goes to show that the things that you did do were greatly appreciated." More »

      • Will tax deter Yanks from keeping Robertson?

        David Robertson has enjoyed a seamless transition to the closer role this season, but the 29-year-old can be a free agent this fall. With the Yankees' payroll near the luxury-tax threshold, might the team look elsewhere to fill the ninth-inning role next season? More »

      • Criticism of Giants' offense becomes tiresome

        With the preseason now in the rearview mirror, the Giants can begin looking forward to their Sept. 8 opener against the Lions. Between now and then, expect to hear plenty of criticism of the offense. The good news: Those critiques are unfair and miss the team's bigger picture. More »

      • Mets consider d'Arnaud move to outfield

        According to Mets manager Terry Collins, Travis d'Arnaud may move to the outfield in order to avoid future concussions. Of course, prospect Kevin Plawecki's Triple-A performance could also have something to do with it. d'Arnaud is hitting .230/.292/.399 this season. More »

      • Jets defense offers vanilla game plan

        Final preseason games should be judged with an even larger grain of salt than the first three. Starters hardly play, and teams are loathe to reveal any schematic tendencies. Still, what did the Jets' defense show in the lopsided 37-7 loss against the Eagles on Thursday night? More »

      • Braves take rubber game vs. Mets

        Jon Niese allowed just three earned runs in 7 1/3 innings Thursday against the Braves. Atlanta starter Mike Minor was better, surrendering just one run in seven-plus innings. Minor also added an RBI single and run scored in the Braves' 6-1 win. Emilio Bonifacio socked four hits for Atlanta. More »

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