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    • Mets continue march to finish season with .500 record

      The Mets must win five of their final six games to avoid their sixth straight losing season. A three-game trip to Washington to take on the Nationals looms large, as the Mets have lost 13 of the 16 meetings this year. Finishing at .500 could signal the Mets are one step closer to contention. More »

    • Vigneault not concerned by preseason loss

      Alain Vigneault isn't worried about the Rangers' loss in the preseason opener. "For a lot of guys it's their first opportunity on this ice, in front of those fans," Vigneault said. "It takes a lot to get the rhythm and that is why we have training camp." Vigneault did add he expects more from the defense. More »

    • Should Smith shoulder blame for loss?

      Luck wasn't on Geno Smith's side on Monday night, but missed opportunities and poor decisions continued to haunt him in the loss to the Bears. Smith's pick-6 in the opening minute put the Jets behind early, and the second-year quarterback was too inconsistent the rest of the way. More »

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      • Smith, Jets stumble at home to Bears

        Geno Smith and the Jets fought an uphill battle for most of Monday night's game with the Bears. In the end, Gang Green was unable to overcome an early deficit. Smith tossed the Jets' lone touchdown but turned the ball over twice in their 27-19 loss to Chicago. More »

      • Tanaka feels good, to start Saturday in Boston

        Masahiro Tanaka is confident he'll be able to avoid Tommy John surgery in his right elbow, and the right-hander will even make one more start before this season is complete. Though he'll be limited to 80-85 pitches, Tanaka will make his final start of 2014 on Saturday in Boston. More »

      • Hess, Chrebet to be inducted into Ring of Honor

        The Jets announced Monday that beloved former owner Leon Hess and wide receiver Wayne Chrebet will be enshrined in the team's Ring of Honor. The duo will be inducted on Dec. 1 during the Jets' home game with the Dolphins. Chrebet's career was cut short by concussions in 2005. More »

      • Yankees shut out Orioles in series opener

        Derek Jeter and the Yankees remained hot in their final homestand of the season. Jeter drove in three, adding his 543rd career double, and Jose Pirela had his first two Major League hits in his debut in the Yankees' 5-0 win over the Orioles. The Yanks improved to 4-1 in their last five. More »

      • Devils top Rangers in preseason opener

        The preseason opener between the Rangers and Devils was a wild affair. Adam Henrique scored with just 51.7 seconds remaining in regulation as the Devils topped the Blueshirts, 5-4, at the Garden. Four different Rangers scored. Michael Ryder had two goals for New Jersey. More »

      • Report: Mets agree to new deal with Alderson

        The Mets will reportedly announce a new three-year deal for Sandy Alderson, locking him up through at least 2017. Alderson is currently in the final year of his initial contract after taking over as general manager following the 2010 season. Terry Collins is expected to return as well. More »

      • Teufel may be promoted to hitting coach

        With Sandy Alderson and Terry Collins likely coming back in 2015, the Mets are considering replacing hitting coach Lamar Johnson with third-base coach Tim Teufel, according to a source. Pitching coach Dan Warthen and bench coach Bob Geren would return in their current roles. More »

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