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    • Colon to make spring debut in road tilt vs. Nationals

      Bartolo Colon and the Mets are in Jupiter for their second Grapefruit League contest against the Nationals. Colon will be making his Spring Training debut. Matt den Dekker, Ruben Tejada, John Mayberry Jr., Anthony Recker and Eric Campbell are among the regulars in the Mets starting lineup. More »

    • Yormark: Nets can still own New York

      The Nets could miss the playoffs this season, and their future prospects are dimmed by a dearth of draft picks. Still, their CEO, Brett Yormark, believes there is still time for Brooklyn to own New York, saying "If we get any traction, we have a chance to turn those casual fans into hardcore fans." More »

    • Jets intent on re-signing RB Powell

      With no plans to bring back Chris Johnson, the Jets reportedly would like to re-sign running back Bilal Powell. The 26-year-old ran for 141 yards on 33 carries and caught 11 passes in 2014. The Jets also feel Powell is the free-agent back who makes the most sense for them financially. More »

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      • Donnell 'OK' after plane skids off runway

        A Delta airlines plane skidded off the runway upon landing at LaGuardia on Thursday. Giants tight end Larry Donnell was on the flight. Donnell, through a team statement, said he is "blessed to be safe and sound" after the crash. No one was seriously hurt. More »

      • Walsh: Good rebuilds not reliant on superstars

        Donnie Walsh believes in Phil Jackson and thinks the Knicks have hope. But the former Knicks president has advice for the current regime. Walsh believes good rebuilds can be done without superstar talent and that there needs to be a balance between good and great players. More »

      • Duda returns to baseball activities

        Lucas Duda strained a muscle in his rib cage on Feb. 24 but returned to baseball activities Wednesday, hitting off a tee in Port St. Lucie. Duda told reporters he "felt good" and "has plenty of time to get where I need to be." Duda suffered a similar injury in 2013. More »

      • Lundqvist 'feels good,' could return soon

        The Rangers are rolling, picking up points in 15 of their last 17 games even with Henrik Lundqvist on the shelf for most of them. Lundqvist made a media appearance Thursday morning and said he "feels good" but "has to trust doctors." Reports also indicate Lundqvist could return in 10 to 14 days. More »

      • Gee starts in Mets' first win against Braves

        The Mets earned their first win in the Grapefruit League this spring, topping the Braves, 8-2. Right-hander Dillon Gee got the start and allowed two runs on two hits in two innings of work. Kirk Nieuwenhuis went 4-for-4 with an RBI and backup catcher Johnny Monell hit a three-run home run. More »

      • Red Wings foil Rangers in overtime

        The Red Wings' new acquisition paid dividends in his Detroit debut. Former Devil Marek Zidlicky lit the lamp for the game-winning goal in overtime to power the Red Wings past the Rangers, 2-1. Cam Talbot stopped 29 shots and Dan Girardi netted the Blueshirts' lone goal Wednesday night. More »

      • Nets' offense struggles in key game vs. Hornets

        The Nets fell behind early in the first quarter and struggled to recover against the Hornets on Wednesday night. Paced by a 31-8 run to open the game, Charlotte dismantled Brooklyn at Barclays Center, 115-91. Deron Williams led the Nets offensively, tallying a team-high 12 points in the loss. More »

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