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    • deGrom to take the hill as Mets hope to even series with Red Sox

      The Mets' seven-game win streak was snapped Friday night in extra innings, and looking to dodge a losing streak, they'll send Jacob deGrom (12-6, 2.29 ERA) to the hill for Saturday's middle game with the Red Sox. Joe Kelly (7-6, 5.18) will get the ball for Boston, which has won seven of 10. More »

    • Colon available in relief for Saturday

      Bartolo Colon is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Saturday, but with the Mets' bullpen depleted by consecutive extra-inning games, that session may come in a game. Mets manager Terry Collins told reporters that the righty starter is available to pitch out of relief against the Red Sox. More »

    • Recently cut safety Brown could return to Giants

      Stevie Brown was a member of the Giants for two seasons, including 2014. The safety was cut by the Houston Texans on Friday, and reports indicate he could return to New York. Big Blue has suffered a rash of safety injuries, and Brown could alleviate some stress those injuries have caused. More »

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      • DL'd Duda still has not started swinging

        The Mets expected Lucas Duda to spend a short stint on the disabled list, but the first baseman has not yet started swinging a bat roughly seven days after hitting the DL with a back ailment. General manager Sandy Alderson said the Mets got a favorable report on Duda earlier this week. More »

      • Mets do not intend to skip Harvey again

        Mets manager Terry Collins thought Matt Harvey's sharpness was off, and the fact he was making his first start in nearly two weeks was the cause. The Mets do not intend to skip Harvey again this season, though Collins told reporters he will rest Noah Syndergaard to keep him fresh for postseason. More »

      • Red Sox snap Mets' streak in series opener

        In his first start in 12 days, Matt Harvey struck out eight and surrendered just two hits in six innings in Friday's game with the Red Sox. Blake Swihart's 10th-inning, inside-the-park homer put Boston ahead for good, and the Sox held on for a 6-4 win, snapping the Mets' seven-game win streak. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Carlos Torres was the offensive hero Thursday, but on Friday, the righty reliever found himself on the other side. Torres surrendered three 10th-inning runs, including Blake Swihart's inside-the-park homer, that propelled Boston to a 6-4 win. Gary, Ron and Keith have the details. More »

      • GEICO SportsNite: Giants, Jets to square off

        The Giants and Jets will meet in their annual Snoopy Bowl game Saturday night, and although both squads want to escape without any injuries, Giants DB Prince Amukamara told GEICO SportsNite he is "excited" for the game. Eric Decker added the game a good measuring stick for the Jets. More »

      • Yanks blast Braves in series opener in Atlanta

        Didi Gregorius continued his hot hitting, helping the Yankees back Masahiro Tanaka and take a 15-4 win over the Braves on Friday in Atlanta. Gregorius drove in six runs, the most by a Yankees shortstop in 33 years, and had four hits. Carlos Beltran also had three hits and scored three runs. More »

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