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    • Harvey takes the ball as Mets aim for second straight over Dodgers

      Following an impressive and much-needed victory over the Dodgers on Friday night, the Mets look for similar success Saturday evening at Chavez Ravine. In a star-studded pitching matchup, Matt Harvey (7-5, 2.99 ERA) takes the ball for New York against LA's Zack Greinke (6-2, 1.58). More »

    • Pineda, Yankees earn another walk-off win

      For the second day in a row, the Yankees topped the Rays via walk-off, earning a 3-2 win Saturday. Jose Pirela scored on a throwing error in the ninth inning, but the victory was set up by Michael Pineda's strong outing. The righty struck out 10 over seven-plus innings of shutout ball. More »

    • Alderson: Terry Collins' jobs is safe

      Citing injuries to players players such as David Wright and Daniel Murphy as reasons for the Mets' recent swoon, general manager Sandy Alderson wanted to make it clear that Terry Collins' job is not in jeopardy. After opening the season 15-5, the Mets have played to a 26-35 mark. More »

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      • Rangers brass high on defenseman Skjei

        Although he's not expected to crack the squad's Day 1 roster, 21-year-old defenseman Brady Skjei continues to impress coaches within the Rangers organization. A native of Minnesota, Skjei is known for his strong defensive skills and could see action in the NHL next season. More »

      • Mets unlikely to promote Double-A OF Conforto

        Despite a desperate need for offense, the Mets aren't expected to promote Double-A outfielder Michael Conforto to the big league club. The former Oregon State standout is batting .333 with three home runs and 19 RBIs in 117 plate appearances with Binghamton this season. More »

      • Williams, Knicks agree to two-year deal

        Derrick Williams, a forward and former second-pound pick from Arizona, has agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal with the Knicks. After a busy offseason that has seen Phil Jackson reel in Robin Lopez and Aaron Afflalo, the Knicks still have roughly $3 million remaining in cap space. More »

      • Syndergaard, Plawecki guide Mets past Dodgers

        Noah Syndergaard went pitch-for-pitch with Clayton Kershaw on Friday, hurling six innings of one-run ball in the Mets' 2-1 win over the Dodgers. The rookie's efforts, paired with Kevin Plawecki's go-ahead RBI in the ninth, were enough for the Mets to end their recent losing skid. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Looking to halt the Mets' three-game losing streak, Noah Syndergaard played the role of stopper Friday night. The rookie right-hander tossed six innings of one-run ball, and Kevin Plawecki tallied the go-ahead run in the win. Gary Cohen and Ron Darling have more from Los Angeles. More »

      • McCann's walk-off shot powers Yanks past Rays

        Coming to the plate with the Yankees down one run against the Rays in the 12th, Brian McCann sent the Stadium into a frenzy Friday night, launching a three-run, walk-off shot into the stands to give the Bombers a 7-5 win. Mark Teixeira also tallied a three-run homer in the victory. More »

      • Cuddyer available to pinch hit against Dodgers

        Despite battling a sore left knee, Michael Cuddyer is available to pinch hit Friday night for the Mets against the Dodgers in Los Angeles, manager Terry Collins said. Cuddyer left Tuesday's game with the injury and is still being considered for the disabled list. More »

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