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    • Mets face critical three-day period at end of wild week

      A Carlos Gomez deal that fell apart. A six-run lead to the Padres that disappeared. The Mets have not had a great week, it can still be salvaged by Sandy Alderson and the players. The team can move before Friday's trade deadline and gain ground on the Nationals in a weekend set. More »

    • Mets shop for outfielders ahead of deadline

      After their deal for Milwaukee's Carlos Gomez fell through late Wednesday, the Mets have reportedly shifted their attention to other outfielders. The latest rumors have them interested in Yoenis Cespedes, who is hitting .293/.323/.506 with 18 homers this season. More »

    • Beason healthy for start of camp

      Jon Beason played in only four games last season, but the 30-year-old middle linebacker appears to be in much better health entering this year's training camp. "I haven't gotten much sleep the last couple nights just chomping at the bit," he said Thursday. More »

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      • Williams works with first team as camp opens

        Jets first-round pick Leonard Williams took his spot at defensive end with the first team on the opening day of training camp Thursday. Long viewed as a Jets strength, the defensive line will have its depth tested thanks to the suspension and recent arrest of Sheldon Richardson. More »

      • Are Yankees shopping for relievers?

        Despite some holes in their starting rotation, the Yankees are reportedly in the market for Cincinnati's Aroldis Chapman and San Diego's Craig Kimbrel. If they acquired either of those closers, the Yankees would be adding to the strength of their team before the trade deadline. More »

      • Rain, bullpen hurt Mets in rubber game vs. Pads

        Behind Jon Niese and two homers, the Mets jumped out to a six-run lead vs. the Padres on Thursday. But thanks in part to their leaky bullpen and an untimely rain delay, the Mets fell, 8-7, in the series' rubber game. Justin Upton hit a two-out, three-run homer off Jeurys Familia in the ninth. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Mets led by six runs Thursday and were a strike away from claiming the three-game against the Padres. Yet, amid the rain drops, Justin Upton's go-ahead, three-run homer off Jeurys Familia lifted San Diego to an 8-7 win at Citi Field. Gary and Ron have all the details from Flushing. More »

      • Yankees fall to Rangers in series finale

        Mark Teixeira clubbed two homers and Brian McCann tagged one as the Yankees eyed a seventh straight series win Thursday night. But CC Sabathia and the Yankees' pitching staff stumbled, and Josh Hamilton's walk-off single off Andrew Miller lifted the Rangers to a 7-6 win in Arlington. More »

      • Giants agree to terms with WR Jones

        With Victor Cruz and Odell Beckham Jr. hampered by injuries and rookie Ben Edwards placed on the PUP list, the Giants added to their receiving depth Thursday, signing James Jones. Jones posted a career-high 73 catches in Oakland in 2014 after spending his first seven seasons in Green Bay. More »

      • d'Arnaud activated; Recker sent back to Vegas

        The Mets need a powerful right-handed bat back in their lineup, but they'll get some reinforcements just in time for their huge series with the Nationals. Travis d'Arnaud, whose four home runs ranks third of all Mets' righty bats, was activated Thursday, and Anthony Recker was sent back to Vegas. More »

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