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    • Mets avoid home sweep; gain walk-off, 14-inning win over Braves

      A wild, see-saw affair in Flushing, went the Mets way on Sunday. Curtis Granderson drove in Kirk Nieuwenhuis on a 14th-inning sac fly, lifting the Mets to a 4-3 win. David Wright extended his hit streak to 11 games, and Zack Wheeler allowed six hits and three runs in six innings. More »

    • GEICO Week in New York: April 21-27

      Change is a constant theme in the city's sports teams this week. In Queens, the Mets sent first baseman Ike Davis to Western Pennsylvania in exchange for pitcher Zach Thornton. In the Bronx, the Yankees are now without Ivan Nova who is on the disabled list with a partial UCL tear. More »

    • Yankees top Rays in extra innings on Sunday

      Reliever Dean Anna drew a bases-loaded walk in the top of the 12th to give the Yankees the go-ahead run in Sunday afternoon's victory over the Rays, 5-1. Carlos Beltran also hit a two-run single to give extra padding to the Bombers. Preston Claiborne earned the win on the mound. More »

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      • Emery, Flyers pull even with Rangers

        With a two-goal lead, and a number of opportunities to put the Flyers in a big hole, the Rangers allowed Philadelphia to hang around, and ultimately Ray Emery and the Flyers pulled ahead. Emery stopped 31 shots as Philadelphia stole a 4-2 win on Sunday at the Garden. More »

      • Nova goes on DL with partially torn UCL

        Ivan Nova left Saturday night's game with an apparent elbow injury, and after undergoing an MRI after the game, it was revealed that Nova has a partial tear of his ulnar collateral ligament. Nova, who sports an 8.27 ERA in 20 2/3 innings, was immediately placed on the disabled list. More »

      • Valverde in jeopardy as Mets closer

        Jose Valverde has allowed four home runs in his last three appearances, and such a fact is hard to ignore for Mets manager Terry Collins. After Valverde served up a killer homer to Justin Upton on Saturday, Collins admitted he is considering replacing Valverde as the club's closer. 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 »

      • 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 went 3-for-5 with a double and two RBIs. More »

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        • 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 »

        • 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 »

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