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    • Yanks' Tanaka to continue rehab, face live hitters Saturday

      Yankees right-hander Masahiro Tanaka will face live hitters during batting practice Saturday in the next step of his rehab from a partially torn elbow ligament. Tanaka threw 35 pitches during a bullpen session Wednesday and reported no pain afterward. The righty has been on the DL since July 10. More »

    • Is new Rangers forward Hayes ready for NHL?

      Newly signed Rangers forward Kevin Hayes has already spoken about his desire to make the team's roster out of training camp. The jump from college hockey to the NHL is a big one, however, and though the Rangers have open spots on their roster, Hayes could benefit from time in the AHL. More »

    • Should Plumlee start for Nets?

      With Kevin Garnett returning and Brook Lopez coming back from injury, the Nets will have a crowded front court this season. That doesn't mean Mason Plumlee, who impressed in his rookie season and is pushing for a roster spot on Team USA, should be relegated to the bench, however. More »

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      • Report: Colon not placed on waivers yet

        According to a report, the Mets have not yet placed Bartolo Colon on waivers. The Angels could be interested in Colon after Garrett Richards' injury. Colon may only go to the team that claimed him unless he clears waivers. To pitch in the postseason, he would have to move before Aug. 31. More »

      • Beltran has cortisone shot, out until Friday

        Carlos Beltran was out of the Yankees lineup Wednesday and received a cortisone shot in his sore right elbow for the third time this season. Beltran missed a month earlier this summer with a bone spur in his elbow and will be out until Friday. The 37-year-old is batting .233/.291/.416 in 2014. More »

      • Mets hold onto lead in Oakland

        After a loss Tuesday, the Mets took an early lead Wednesday thanks to a five-run third inning sparked by home runs from Eric Campbell and Lucas Duda. The A's cut into the lead against righty Zack Wheeler, but the Mets continued to hit, pounding Jeff Samardzija for seven runs in an 8-5 win. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Lucas Duda had a big day, cranking a three-run homer that capped a five-run third inning and provided the margin of victory. Four Mets had multi-hit games and Zack Wheeler went over .500 for the first time all year. Kevin Burkhardt and Keith Hernandez have more in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • Yankees blow late lead in loss to Astros

        Michael Pineda was perfect through three and allowed two runs in six-plus innings before leaving with the lead. David Huff and Esmil Rogers struggled in relief, giving up three runs in the seventh as the Yankees lost to the Astros, 5-2. Stephen Drew hit his first homer as a Yankee in the loss. More »

      • Colon will start Sunday, Mets miss Kershaw

        After missing his scheduled start Monday due to his mother's death, Bartolo Colon will return from the bereavement list to face the Dodgers on Sunday. Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw was originally slated to pitch Friday's opener, but the team moved him up to Thursday. Dan Haren will start Friday. More »

      • Tanaka throws second bullpen session

        Masahiro Tanaka threw 35 pitches off a mound Wednesday at Yankee Stadium as he rehabs his elbow injury. Tanaka threw breaking balls for the first time and will throw batting practice soon. The righty has been on the DL since July 10 and still hopes to avoid Tommy John surgery. More »

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