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    • Mets' offense falters for second consecutive game in loss to Nats

      Dillon Gee got the start Sunday in the Mets' series finale against the Nationals in Flushing. Gee grinded through five-plus frames, walking five hitters but only giving up one run. New York's offense failed to produce a run for the second straight game as the Nats shut out the Mets, 1-0. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Despite Dillon Gee battling through control issues to hold the Nationals to a lone run, the Mets' bats remained silent against Doug Fister, leaving seven men on base in Sunday's loss. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez have more after New York lost their second straight NL East series. More »

    • GEICO Week in New York: May 4-10

      With the Nets and Islanders eliminated from the playoffs, the Rangers remain the toast of the town in New York as they battle the Capitals. Both the Jets and Giants made big moves during the NFL Draft, while the Mets and Yankees are going in opposite directions after the Subway Series. More »

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      • Yankees power past Red Sox to complete sweep

        Mark Teixeira got the Yankees on the board quickly in Sunday's 8-5 win over the Red Sox, hitting a two-run home run in the first inning. Brian McCann drove in two with a third-inning double and Brett Gardner's three-run home run gave the Yankees all the runs they needed behind Adam Warren. More »

      • Drama-free Gasol unlikely to sign with Knicks

        The Knicks have their sights on big-name free agents this summer, but Marc Gasol is unlikely to come to the Big Apple, according to teammate and former Knicks guard Beno Udrih. "He's a laid-back guy and doesn't like drama," said Udrih, who played 31 games with the Knicks in 2013-14. More »

      • Curry, Warriors blow out Grizzlies in Game 1

        The Golden State Warriors continued to dominate on their home court, winning their 21st straight game at Oracle Arena with a 101-86 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals. Leading MVP candidate Stephen Curry led the Dubs with 22 points. More »

      • Beal leads Wizards past Hawks in Game 1

        Behind Bradley Beal's game-high 28 points, the Wizards stole Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Hawks on Sunday afternoon, defeating Atlanta, 104-98. John Wall paced Washington's offense with a game-high 13 assists, and Paul Pierce added 19 points in the win. More »

      • Wright at least a week away from returning

        General manager Sandy Alderson announced Friday that David Wright is likely more than a week away from being activated from the 15-day disabled list. The 32-year-old began baseball activities last week at the Mets' facility in St. Lucie and is expected to resume running this weekend. More »

      • Matz poised to make Mets debut soon

        Mets prospect Steven Matz has impressed for Triple-A Las Vegas early this season, posting a 3-1 record with 31 strikeouts and a 1.84 ERA in five games. If the Mets need a spot start, general manager Sandy Alderson said the left-hander would be a potential candidate to fill that role. More »

      • Hollins: D-Will not a franchise player anymore

        When asked about Deron Williams on break up day Saturday, head coach Lionel Hollins had some choice words about the Nets' point guard. "He's not a franchise player anymore," Hollins said. "He's a good player, he's a solid player, but I don't think he's a franchise player anymore." More »

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