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    • Colon takes mound as Mets eye series win in Seattle matinee

      After dropping three straight on their West Coast road trip, the Mets were victorious Tuesday and will send Bartolo Colon (8-8, 4.12) to the mound in hopes of winning their Interleague series in Seattle. The Mariners will counter with rookie Taijuan Walker (1-1, 3.60) on the hill. More »

    • Mets to play AL East in Interleague in 2015

      The Mets have played the Yankees four games each of the last two seasons, but when 2015 rolls around, the Subway Series will be back to six games. The Mets will reportedly meet the AL East in Interleague Play next season, with the Red Sox also coming to Flushing for three games in August. More »

    • Jets sign defensive end Jason Babin

      Jason Babin visited the Jets on Monday, and the veteran defensive end signed a two-year contract with the club on Wednesday. The 34-year-old led the Jaguars in sacks last season, posting 7.5 in 16 games in Jacksonville. Babin has 62.5 sacks in 130 career games. More »

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      • Rangers dodge arbitration with Kreider

        The Rangers were able to avoid arbitration with Chris Kreider. The 23-year-old forward agreed to a two-year contract reportedly worth roughly $5 million. Kreider, who posted 37 points in 66 games in 2013-14, will still be a restricted free agent when the deal expires. More »

      • deGrom making case for Rookie of Year

        A year after Matt Harvey took the Mets' rotation by storm, another rookie has done so in 2014 in less heralded fashion. Jacob deGrom won three straight starts and now boasts a 3.01 ERA in 80 2/3 innings this season, putting him in place for NL Rookie of the Year consideration. More »

      • deGrom silences Mariners' bats in Mets' win

        With the Mets' lineup struggling for production on their West Coast swing, Jacob deGrom delivered on Tuesday night. The rookie righty registered seven innings of one-run ball to help the Mets top the Mariners, 3-1. Ruben Tejada, Travis d'Arnaud and Lucas Duda each drove in runs. More »

      • Headley earns his pinstripes in Yankees' win

        Welcome to New York, Chase Headley. The newly acquired Yankee delivered in front of the home crowd on Tuesday night, connecting on a walk-off single to seal the Bombers' 2-1 victory over the Rangers in extra innings. Starter Chase Whitley hurled six scoreless innings for New York. More »

      • Nets bolster front court; ink Bogdanovic

        The Nets added depth to their front court after signing Bojan Bogdanović to a three-year, $10.1 million deal on Tuesday. The 6-foot-8 forward, who was drafted by the Nets back in 2011, averaged 14.8 points last season with Fenerbahçe Ülker in the Turkish Basketball League. More »

      • Zuccarello signs one-year deal with Rangers

        The Rangers and Mats Zuccarello avoided arbitration on Tuesday after the Blueshirts inked the winger to a one-year, $3.5 million contract. Zuccarello enjoyed a breakout year with the Rangers last season, establishing new career highs to lead the team in assists (40) and points (59). More »

      • Hardaway, Plumlee chosen for U.S. Select Team

        With Team USA needing practice competition for this summer's FIBA Basketball World Cup, USA Basketball has named 13 promising young players to its select team. Among the 13 named to the squad are Knicks guard Tim Hardaway Jr. and Nets center Mason Plumlee. More »

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