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    • Gee's strong start helps Mets to win over Cardinals

      Right-hander Dillon Gee helped solidify his spot in the Mets' rotation Sunday against the Cardinals. Gee pitched seven innings and gave up just two earned runs, striking out three batters to lower his ERA to 2.49 on the spring. Two doubles from Curtis Granderson helped the Mets to a 3-2 win. More »

    • Rangers drop second straight in loss to Capitals

      The Rangers took a 2-1 lead into the first intermission against the Capitals on goals from Kevin Hayes and Derrick Brassard. However, Washington scored four unanswered goals to sink the Rangers to a 5-2 loss. The Blueshirts have now dropped three of their past four games. More »

    • Teixeira leaves game after knee hit by pitch

      Mark Teixeira was hit by a pitch on the knee Sunday while playing in a minor-league contest and left the game early. However, Teixeira said he was "fine" after the game, with the Yankees labeling the injury as a contusion. The team doesn't plan to have the first baseman undergo any tests. More »

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      • Sinking Islanders searching for answers

        The Islanders couldn't break out of their recent funk in a loss to the Ducks on Saturday, and the team's skid has dropped them to third in the Metropolitan Division. "We haven't gone through a losing streak like this," Kyle Okposo said. "We're doing some decent things, but we're just not all there." More »

      • Sloppy play led to Rangers' loss in Boston

        The Rangers were sloppy and sluggish to begin Saturday's contest in Boston, and their mistakes ultimately sent them to a 4-2 loss. Following the game, multiple Rangers players admitted that the team's slow start cost them and that the Bruins simply showed more urgency. More »

      • DeGrom, Mets take care of Nationals

        Jacob deGrom took the mound for the Mets against the Nationals, and the reigning NL Rookie of the Year didn't disappoint. The righty tossed seven innings of one-run ball as New York went on to defeat Washington, 10-2. Curtis Granderson blasted a three-run shot in the win. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Curtis Granderson blasted one of four home runs Saturday, socking a three-run blast in the Mets' 10-2 win over the Nationals. Jacob deGrom remained on pace to start Opening Day, recording seven one-run innings. Ron and Keith have all the details from Port St. Lucie. More »

      • Knicks break record with loss to Bulls

        The 2014-15 season is an historic worst for the Knicks. Andrea Bargnani led the team with 14 points, but the Bulls blasted the Knicks 111-80 on Saturday night in Chicago. The defeat was the Knicks' 60th of the season, setting a new franchise record for most in a campaign. More »

      • Hurricanes send Devils to verge of elimination

        The Devils are running out the string of games, but their loss Saturday sent them one step closer to elimination from playoff contention for the third straight season. Despite Patrik Elias' goal, Carolina scored three straight and beat New Jersey, 3-1. More »

      • Mets, Duda discussing long-term extension

        Lucas Duda is coming off a 30-home run season and seems to be entering his prime. As such, the Mets reportedly have engaged in talks with the 29-year-old on a contract extension. Duda's current deal runs through 2017, and if the parties don't agree, talks will be tabled until offseason. More »

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