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    • Gee, Mets look to take rubber match from Marlins at Citi Field

      Dillon Gee (7-7, 3.80 ERA) gets the start on Wednesday night as the Mets battle the Marlins in the series finale. Henderson Alvarez (10-6, 2.81) is on the mound for Miami. Coming off a big game on Tuesday, Wilmer Flores hopes to stay hot with eight hits in his last 15 at-bats. More »

    • Backman to join Mets for final nine games

      Wally Backman will join the Mets coaching staff on Friday, the team announced on Wednesday. "He and I are very good friends," Terry Collins said. The former Mets infielder was named the Pacific Coast League Manager of the Year for his efforts with Triple-A Las Vegas. More »

    • Decker spotted without cleats, helmet at practice

      Eric Decker was on the field for practice on Wednesday, but he was not wearing a helmet or cleats. The wide receiver left the Jets' Week 2 game early with a hamstring injury and Wednesday's developments could signal that Decker is not yet fully recovered from the leg injury. More »

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      • Lagares out with sprained elbow

        Juan Lagares was diagnosed on Wednesday with a sprained elbow after feeling a "stinger" in his arm when making a throw to second base on Tuesday night against the Marlins. Lagares will be reevaluated on Sunday before the Mets decide whether he will play again this season. More »

      • Knicks sign former St. John's big man Sanchez

        The Knicks have signed Orlando Sanchez to a partially guaranteed, one-year deal. Sanchez played his college ball at St. John's, where he dealt with eligibility issues. The Dominican-born big man averaged 7.4 points and 5.6 rebounds in his only season with the Red Storm. More »

      • Korean SS Kang to be posted for bidding

        Korean shortstop Jung-ho Kang will be posted for MLB bidding this winter, according to a report. Kang, 27, has hit 38 home runs in 107 games this season in Korea. The right-handed power hitter could earn big money in the States, with the Cardinals already believed to have interest. More »

      • Tejada, Young could be among non-tendered

        With Minor Leaguers to protect from December's Rule 5 draft, the Mets are facing a 40-man-roster crunch. Ruben Tejada and Eric Young Jr., among others, are reportedly in jeopardy of being non-tendered to make room for prospects such as Noah Syndergaard and Jack Leathersich. More »

      • Nets add size, sign backup center Ndiaye

        Short on big bodies, the Nets announced the signing of Hamady Ndiaye on Wednesday. The center from Senegal split time last season between the Sacramento Kings and the NBA's D-League. Ndiaye is a low-risk signing who could give the Nets a defensive presence in the paint. More »

      • Beckham Jr. won't make NFL debut on Sunday

        Injury-plagued rookie Odell Beckham Jr. will not play on Sunday when the Giants take on the Texans, Tom Coughlin announced on Wednesday. "Not to my knowledge," Coughlin said. "Not with the team." Beckham has been bothered by hamstring issues since training camp. More »

      • Alderson not concerned about payroll

        Sandy Alderson isn't worried about any spending limits he might have to deal with this winter. "I don't want to talk about any specific number, because that creates expectations," Alderson said on Tuesday. The Mets GM believes he has flexibility and is more concerned with spending wisely. More »

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