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    • Can Manning complete 70 percent of his passes? Don't count on it

      Eli Manning posted a completion percentage of 57.5 last season. His career high came in 2010, when it was 62.9. So when new quarterbacks coach Danny Langsdorf said he would like Manning's completion percentage to be 70 or better in 2014, some eyebrows were raised. More »

    • Mets may be closest match for Rockies

      In Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez, the Rockies control two of baseball's biggest trade candidates. If recent rumors are believed, the Mets and Cardinals appear to be the most likely potential trade partners. Of the two, Gonzalez seems more likely to be moved than Tulowitzki. More »

    • Richards harbors no hard feelings for Sather

      Since being bought out by the Rangers, center Brad Richards has landed on his skates in Chicago. In a recent interview, he said he understood the "business decision" the Rangers made in jettisoning his contract and said that Rangers GM Glen Sather was "great" to him during his tenure. More »

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      • Colon says he's happy in New York

        Despite reports that the Mets are eager to move Bartolo Colon, the veteran right-hander says he is happy in Flushing. The Mets appear willing to include cash to help offset the remainder of this year's salary but do not want to subsidize the $11 million Colon is owed in 2015. More »

      • Pierre-Paul hopes he's back to 2011 form

        Ever since his career season in 2011, Jason Pierre-Paul has sunk to unforeseen depths. He has only 8 1/2 sacks in his last 27 games. But in training camp, the defensive end has declared himself "110 percent" and "not worried about anything." Is this just annual optimism? More »

      • Colon strong as Mets win opener vs. Phils

        After a 10-game road trip, the Mets returned home Monday to open a three-game set with the Phillies. Bartolo Colon coasted through 7 2/3 one-run innings after the Mets jumped all over A.J. Burnett in a four-run first. Travis d'Arnaud added three hits, including a three-run homer in a 7-1 win. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Travis d'Arnaud hasn't gone consecutive games without a hit since being recalled on June 24. The Mets catcher enjoyed his second three-hit game of July on Monday night, including a home run. Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling have more in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • Four-run fifth dooms Yanks in loss to Rangers

        Brett Gardner's first career multi-homer game wasn't enough for the Yankees against the Rangers, as David Phelps allowed four earned runs over six innings in Monday's 4-2 loss at the Stadium. Gardner and Derek Jeter each had three hits, but the rest of the lineup struggled against Yu Darvish. More »

      • Beckham Jr. expected to miss another week

        Rookie wideout Odell Beckham Jr. tweaked his hamstring last week and has missed four days of practice since. The Giants were hopeful Beckham would return to full health this week and while MRI results came back negative, the first-round pick will likely miss at least another week. More »

      • Matsuzaka to resume throwing soon

        After being placed on the disabled list Friday with right elbow inflammation, Daisuke Matsuzaka has responded well to anti-inflammatories and could resume throwing in the next three or four days. Matsuzaka, who holds a 3.87 ERA this season, is eligible to return to the bullpen on August 9. More »

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