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    • Behind deGrom's outing, Mets take care of Nationals

      Jacob deGrom took the mound for the Mets against the Nationals on Saturday, and the reigning NL Rookie of the Year didn't disappoint. The righty tossed seven innings of one-run ball as New York went on to defeat Washington, 10-2. Curtis Granderson blasted a three-run shot in the win. More »

    • UConn advances to Elite 8 with win over Texas

      On the backs of forward Breanna Stewart and guard Moriah Jefferson, the UConn women were able to make quick work of Texas in its Sweet 16 matchup Saturday, defeating the Longhorns, 105-54. Stewart and Jefferson combined to score 56 points in the Huskies' victory. More »

    • Islanders' home woes continue against Ducks

      Casey Cizikas' goal late in the third period cut the Ducks' lead to one Saturday, but the Islanders were unable to rally and halt their seven-game losing streak at Nassau. Behind goals from Rickard Rakell, Kyle Palmieri and Andrew Cogliano, the Ducks held on to beat the Isles, 3-2. More »

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      • Parnell closing in on mid-April return

        Recovering from Tommy John surgery, Bobby Parnell was projected to re-join the Mets' bullpen around May 1. But the team now expects the reliever to come off the disabled list in mid-April. The right-hander threw to opposing hitters for the first time since the procedure Wednesday. More »

      • Lundqvist back in net for Rangers vs. Bruins

        It's been seven-plus weeks since Henrik Lundqvist last stood between the pipes for the Rangers, but "The King" will start in his rightful place Saturday. Head coach Alain Vigneault confirmed Lundqvist would make his return in goal for the Blueshirts against the Bruins this afternoon. More »

      • Harvey continues to impress in Mets' loss

        If Spring Training is any indication, Matt Harvey is ready for the regular season. The Mets' ace tossed 80 pitches over 4 1/3 innings Friday, striking out five in a 5-4 loss to the Cardinals. New York was down four runs entering the ninth before scoring three in a failed comeback attempt. More »

      • Knicks come up short in loss to Celtics at MSG

        Despite 25 points from Andrea Bargnani, the Knicks were not able to get past the visiting Celtics on Friday night at MSG, falling to Boston, 96-92. New York kept it close late in the game but an inability to get to the free-throw line squashed any hopes for an upset. More »

      • Lopez, Nets take down James and Cavaliers

        Behind 20 points and nine rebounds from Brook Lopez, the Nets improved their playoff chances with a 106-98 victory over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Joe Johnson was also impressive for Brooklyn, which now sits 1/2 game out of the eighth spot in the East. More »

      • Bowles, Maccagnan to watch Mariota workout

        Though he recently tabbed Geno Smith as the Jets' starting quarterback heading into next season, head coach Todd Bowles, along with GM Mike Maccagnan will head to Eugene, Oregon on Saturday to watch incoming rookie Marcus Mariota in a private workout. More »

      • Murphy may not be ready for Opening Day

        A day after Daniel Murphy ran without issue at Tradition Field, Mets manager Terry Collins expressed concern the second baseman would not be ready for Opening Day. Murphy, who hoped to return this weekend, will have eight more spring games to prove his hamstring is fully healed. More »

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