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    • Rain, bullpen hurt Mets in rubber game vs. Padres

      Behind Jon Niese and two homers, the Mets jumped out to a six-run lead vs. the Padres on Thursday. But thanks in part to their leaky bullpen and an untimely rain delay, the Mets fell, 8-7, in the series' rubber game. Justin Upton hit a two-out, three-run homer off Jeurys Familia in the ninth. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      The Mets led by six runs Thursday and were a strike away from claiming the three-game against the Padres. Yet, amid the rain drops, Justin Upton's go-ahead, three-run homer off Jeurys Familia lifted San Diego to an 8-7 win at Citi Field. Gary and Ron have all the details from Flushing. More »

    • d'Arnaud activated; Recker sent back to Vegas

      The Mets need a powerful right-handed bat back in their lineup, but they'll get some reinforcements just in time for their huge series with the Nationals. Travis d'Arnaud, whose four home runs ranks third of all Mets' righty bats, was activated Thursday, and Anthony Recker was sent back to Vegas. More »

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      • Richardson was arrested for car racing

        Jets defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson is serving a four-game suspension for testing positive for marijuana, and even after he was banned, Richardson was arrested in Missouri for street racing and resisting arrest. Richardson also had a loaded handgun and marijuana in the car. More »

      • Mara unsure JPP's future with Giants

        John Mara addressed the media Thursday and discussed Jason Pierre-Paul's hand injury for the first time. Mara told reporters he has no knowledge of the extent of Pierre-Paul's injury because the club has not been able to examine him in the hospital while he is unsigned. More »

      • Yanks trade for Seattle's Ackley

        With Toronto acquiring the likes of Troy Tulowitzki and David Price, the Yankees traded for Mariners outfielder/second baseman Dustin Ackley on Thursday. They sent Ramon Flores and Jose Ramirez to Seattle. Stephen Drew and his .192/.265/.380 line have been playing second base. More »

      • Pineda placed on DL; Sabathia to start Thursday

        With David Price headed to Toronto in a deadline deal, the news got worse for the Yankees. The team announced Thursday that it had placed Michael Pineda on the disabled list with a right flexor forearm muscle strain. CC Sabathia will start the series finale in Texas. More »

      • Top NFL comps for Jets' 2015 picks

        As the Jets kick off training camp, their rookies will be front and center. Playing the comparison game for picks like Devin Smith is always a dangerous move. But the second-round pick -- 37th overall -- has reminded people of both Kendall Wright and DeSean Jackson. More »

      • Hayes could be on his way to big things

        Kevin Hayes played a key role for the Rangers last season as they reached the Eastern Conference finals. Talent evaluators both in and out of the organization think the 22-year-old has a high ceiling. One Western Conference scout said Hayes is simply "scratching the surface." More »

      • 10 Years of Mets on SNY: Piazza returns

        In his return to Shea Stadium in 2006, Mike Piazza hit two home runs -- both off Pedro Martinez. Playing for the Padres, Piazza received a hero's welcome thanks to his outstanding Mets career and because the homers came in a 4-3 Mets win. It was his last career multi-homer game. More »

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