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    • Mets work towards the sweep against Braves in Atlanta on Sunday

      The Mets will hand the ball to Jacob deGrom (8-2, 2.68 ERA) in their effort to sweep the Braves on Sunday afternoon at 1:35 p.m. With a victory, the team will have its first three-game series sweep in Atlanta since 2007. Ervin Santana (14-9, 3.74 ERA) will start on the mound for the Braves. More »

    • Tovar to join Mets in Washington

      Wilfredo Tovar will reportedly join the Mets for their upcoming series against the Nationals in Washington. The 23-year old completed his sixth year with the Mets organization, mainly playing with Double-A Binghamton. Tovar plays second base and shortstop and batted .282 this season. More »

    • Niese, Mets survive scare to beat Braves

      Jon Niese was solid Saturday night, shutting out the Braves through seven innings before running into trouble in the eighth. Carlos Torres recorded two huge outs to bail the Mets out in the 4-2 win. Dilson Herrera and Curtis Granderson each homered, but Herrera left early with a strained quad. More »

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      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Mets held on to beat the Braves, 4-2, on Saturday night. Jon Niese allowed just two runs in 7 1/3 innings in the win, but the Mets lost Dilson Herrera to a strained quad in the sixth inning. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez discussed the victory in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • Yankees fall to Blue Jays in the Bronx

        The Yankees inched one game closer to elimination on Saturday, losing to the Blue Jays, 6-3. Left-hander Chris Capuano pitched well before allowing three runs in the sixth inning to cough up the lead. Jacoby Ellsbury did not start and Mark Teixeira left early with a sore right wrist. More »

      • Nova bounces back as Rutgers beats Navy

        Rutgers improved to 3-1 on Saturday, winning at Navy, 31-24. QB Gary Nova completed 11 of his 15 pass attempts, throwing for 151 yards and two touchdowns. Nova was interception-free after getting picked off five times last week. Rutgers returns home next Saturday to take on Tulane. More »

      • Milliner doubtful, Decker listed as questionable

        Dee Milliner has been dealing with an ankle injury and is listed as doubtful for Monday night's game against the Bears after not practicing on Saturday. Eric Decker, who left last week's game in Green Bay early with a hamstring issue, was limited in practice and is listed as questionable. More »

      • Maryland takes command late, upends Syracuse

        Despite quarterback Terrel Hunt and running back Prince-Tyson Gulley combing for 370 yards rushing, Syracuse was unable to keep up with Maryland on Saturday, falling to the Terrapins, 34-20. Hunt also completed 14 passes on 28 attempts for 219 yards and an interception. More »

      • McDonagh ready to take over as captain

        Ryan McDonagh is a front-runner to become the Rangers' next captain, and the blueliner believes he's up to the task. The 25-year-old said he wants "to be a guy that is looked upon for advice" and has received endorsements from Brian Leetch, Mats Zuccarello, Rick Nash and Mark Messier. More »

      • Report: Blatche to play in China next season

        After opting out of his contract with the Nets in July, Andray Blatche will head to China to play for the Xinjiang Flying Dragons, according to reports. An important player off the bench last season for Brooklyn, the 28-year-old forward averaged 11.2 points and 5.3 rebounds in 73 games. More »

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