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    • Syndergaard dominates as Mets knock off Padres in Flushing

      Noah Syndergaard was outstanding Tuesday night for the Mets, holding the visiting Padres off the scoreboard in a 4-0 victory. The young right-hander lost his bid with perfection in the seventh inning, but two-run homers from Lucas Duda and Curtis Granderson provided Syndergaard with ample support. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Thanks to a stellar eight-inning performance by Noah Syndergaard and two-run homers from Curtis Granderson and Lucas Duda, the Mets upended the Padres on Tuesday night in Queens, 4-0. Gary, Ron and Keith have all the details in the latest edition of W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

    • Mejia suspended for second failed drug test

      Mets reliever Jenrry Mejia's return to the Major Leagues didn't last very long after the right-hander failed a second drug test. The 25-year-old, who had already served an 80-game penalty for PED use, tested positive for Stanozolol and Boldenone, and will now serve an additional 162-game suspension. More »

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      • Clippard: Nationals are 'beatable'

        Tyler Clippard is a former Washington National and a current Met, and the reliever feels his current club is good enough to unseat his ex-team this season in the NL East. Clippard called the Nations "beatable" on Tuesday and added he is content setting up for closer Jeurys Familia. More »

      • Brady's suspension upheld by Goodell

        The NFL flexed its muscle, suspending Tom Brady for his role in the Deflategate scandal, and commissioner Roger Goodell upheld the Patriots quarterback's four-game ban Tuesday after hearing his appeal. Goodell cited Brady's broken cell phone as the most damning evidence in the case. More »

      • Amukamara: Cruz looks faster than before

        Fans are worried about Victor Cruz's recovery from a torn patellar tendon, but Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara can placate those fears. Amukamara worked out with Cruz in Arizona this summer and said Cruz looked "fab" and "faster than he was before" the injury. More »

      • Wilkerson will report to Jets camp Wednesday

        Muhammad Wilkerson was conspicuously absent from the Jets' voluntary workouts last month, but the stalwart defensive end will reportedly be in Florham Park on Wednesday when the team's training camp opens. Wilkerson is hoping to net a long-term deal from the Jets. More »

      • Mets have 'no interest' in bringing back Reyes

        Jose Reyes was traded Tuesday to Colorado, and although conventional wisdom says the rebuilding Rockies could flip Reyes, he is not likely to return to Flushing. The Mets reportedly have "no interest" in bringing back Reyes, who is owed at least $48 million over the next three seasons. More »

      • Wright to start baseball activity this week

        David Wright has played just eight games this season, but the Mets third baseman will take a big step back to returning this week. Wright, who was cleared to resume baseball activities last week, will begin working out in New York this week. If all goes well, Wright could return in a month. More »

      • Beason declares he is 100 percent

        Jon Beason endured a miserable, injury-riddled 2014, but the Giants middle linebacker proclaimed himself 100 percent ahead of Thursday's start of training camp. Beason, who missed the last 12 games last season with a foot ailment, said, "I feel the best I've felt in four years." More »

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