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    • Braves win second straight against Mets

      An RBI single from David Wright gave the Mets an early lead, but the Braves battled back to beat New York for the second straight night, 7-5. Bartolo Colon allowed three earned runs over seven innings. Wright had a strong night at the plate for the Mets, going 3-for-5 with a double and two RBIs. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      The Mets' ninth-inning rally fell short Saturday, as the Braves beat New York for the second night in a row, 7-5. David Wright and Travis d'Arnaud led the Mets' offense, combining for five hits and three RBIs. Gary, Keith and Ron analyze New York's second straight loss from Citi Field. More »

    • Nets hold off Raptors' rally to claim Game 1

      Playing Game 1 on the road in front of a hostile Air Canada Centre crowd, the Nets showed compusure and a propensity to hit shots late in the game as they defeated the Raptors, 94-87. Joe Johnson and Deron Williams each paced Brooklyn with 24 points in the victory. More »

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      • Rays hit five home runs, crush Yankees

        The Yankees' pitching staff struggled for the second straight night, as Tampa Bay blew out New York, 16-1, on Saturday. Yankees' starter Ivan Nova lasted just four innings, surrendering eight runs and four home runs. Wil Myers and Ryan Hanigan each hit two home runs for the Rays. More »

      • Mets' Lannan headed to Triple-A

        After the Mets designated him for assignment, left-hander John Lannan has chosen to accept the assignment and will report to Las Vegas. Lannan had a 15.75 ERA in five appearances out of the Mets' bullpen this season. New York has called up Daisuke Matsuzaka to replace Lannan. More »

      • Vigneault: Game 2 will be hard-fought contest

        Coming off a 4-1 win in Game 1 against the Flyers, Rangers' head coach Alain Vigneault stated after New York's practice on Saturday that he expects Game 2 to be a close, hard-fought contest. The Rangers and Flyers play on Sunday at noon before the series shifts to Philadelphia. More »

      • Carmelo mum on future, Woodson's return

        At the Barclays Center for the Jordan Brand Classic on Friday night, Knicks' forward Carmelo Anthony had no comment about his future in New York or the status of Knicks' head coach Mike Woodson heading into the offseason. The 29-year-old can become a free agent on July 1. More »

      • Mason ruled out, Emery in for Game 2

        After going through a full practice on Saturday, all signs pointed toward Steve Mason reclaiming his spot between the pipes for Game 2 at Madison Square Garden. Following practice, Mason ruled himself out for Sunday's tilt and Ray Emery will get the call in net for the Flyers. More »

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        • Solarte continues to impress with Yankees

          Yangervis Solarte has been a pleasant surprise for the Yankees this season. A .286/.336/.397 hitter in the Minor League, the 26-year-old is hitting 373/.448/.569 and has nine RBIs in 58 plate appearances. Solarte's sure-handed glove has also been a welcome addition to the infield. More »

        • Kreider skating but 'not close' to playing

          Chris Kreider continues to rehab his surgically repaired right hand and has skated at various times throughout the week. Unfortunately for Rangers fans, it appears the Calder Trophy candidate is "not close" to returning. Kreider potted 17 goals and tallied 20 assists this season. More »

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