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    • Colon hurls gem in Mets' series-finale win over Cardinals

      On a sunny afternoon in Flushing, Bartolo Colon threw seven strong innings of one-run baseball, striking out eight in the process, as he helped the Mets to a 4-1 win over the Cardinals. Daniel Murphy tallied two RBIs and Chris Young belted a solo homer in the winning effort. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Chris Young delivered his first home run as a Met, and Bartolo Colon allowed just one run and struck out eight, as the Mets beat the Cardinals 4-1. Gary and Keith have reaction from New York's fourth win in five games that claimed its second home series win of 2014. More »

    • Yankees pummel Doubront, Red Sox

      A night after being beaten and embarrassed by the Red Sox, the Yankees turned the tables on their staunchest rivals. Yangervis Solarte had two hits and drove in four runs as the Yanks routed the Red Sox, 14-5, claiming the three-game set at Fenway Park. More »

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      • Nova to have Tommy John surgery

        Ivan Nova went to visit Dr. James Andrews on Thursday for a second opinion, and like many other Major League pitchers he did not get the answer for which he was hoping. The Yankees announced that Nova would undergo Tommy John surgery on his torn UCL, ending the righty's season. More »

      • St. Louis finally feeling comfortable as a Ranger

        Martin St. Louis scored just one goal in 19 games with the Rangers after being traded at the trade deadline, but the former scoring champion is finding his comfort level come postseason. St. Louis has two goals and five points in three games against the Flyers in their series. More »

      • Pineda suspended 10 games for pine tar usage

        Following his ejection from Wednesday's game due to pine tar on his neck, Michael Pineda has been suspended 10 games by MLB. This isn't Pineda's first run-in with pine tar this season. On April 10, the righty had a substance on his hand against the Red Sox but was not ejected or suspended. More »

      • SNY's Ojeda talks pitchers, Tommy John

        SNY analyst Bobby Ojeda stopped by MetsBlog during the Mets' Thursday afternoon game against the Cardinals to chat with fans. The former Mets hurler discusses pitcher's using foreign substances to help with grip, the rise in Tommy John surgeries and the Mets' outfield situation. More »

      • Mason will start Game 4 for Flyers

        After taking a 2-1 lead against Flyers backup Ray Emery, the Rangers will face starter Steve Mason in Game 4 in Philadelphia. Mason returned in the latter stages of Game 3 from what was widely assumed to be a concussion. The teams continue their series Friday night. More »

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        • Granderson sits; Abreu starts in right field

          Bobby Abreu will get the start in right field for the Mets in the team's series finale against the Cardinals on Thursday afternoon. Terry Collins has decided to rest the struggling Curtis Granderson. Through 15 games in Triple-A, Abreu hit .395/.489/.579 and recorded nine RBIs. More »

        • Niese impresses in Mets' 3-2 win over Cards

          Jon Niese nabbed his first win of 2014 against St. Louis on Wednesday night, allowing only one earned run over 6 2/3 innings. The Mets' offense did just enough to earn the victory, with Lucas Duda hitting his fourth home run to help New York grab a 3-2 win over the Cardinals. More »

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