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    • Sather: Bruins don't have permission to interview Gorton

      On Monday, Glen Sather refuted reports that assistant general manager Jeff Gorton has interviewed for the Bruins' vacant GM position. The Rangers GM said he has not granted the Bruins, or any team, permission to speak with Gorton, who's expected to take over for Sather when he retires. More »

    • Syndergaard's week earns PCL honors

      Mets prospect Noah Syndergaard made headlines this week after two dominating starts in Triple-A. The righty hurled 14 scoreless innings and struck out 19 batters to earn the Pacific Coast League's Pitcher of the Week. In four starts this season, Syndergaard is 2-0 with a 1.66 ERA. More »

    • Verrett returned to Mets organization

      Logan Verrett was sent back to the Mets and later outrighted to Triple-A after the Rangers removed him from their 25-man roster. A 2014 Rule 5 draft pick of the Orioles, Verrett was eligible to return to his original team, the Mets, once he was taken off the Rangers' 25-man roster. More »

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      • Report: Jets dismiss director of pro personnel

        With the NFL draft completed, Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan cleaned house Monday, dismissing director of pro personnel Brendan Prophett and five scouts, according to reports. Prophett worked in Gang Green's front office in various capacities for 14 seasons. More »

      • Gee sets franchise mark against Nationals

        Dillon Gee set a franchise record after lasting at least five innings for the 51st consecutive start, breaking Dwight Gooden's mark set from 1987-89. The last time Gee didn't reach the five-inning mark was May 14, 2013, when he lasted only four, allowing six runs in a loss to the Cards. More »

      • Young leaning toward opting in to deal

        The NBA's cap is expected to balloon in 2016, and potential free agent Thaddeus Young has his eye on a big raise. Young is leaning toward opting in to his deal for next season, which will pay the 26-year-old forward $10 million, with hopes of testing free agency in the summer of 2016. More »

      • Mets blanked again in loss to Nats

        Dillon Gee got the start Sunday in the Mets' series finale against the Nationals in Flushing. Gee grinded through five-plus frames, walking five hitters but only giving up one run. New York's offense failed to produce a run for the second straight game as the Nats shut out the Mets, 1-0. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Despite Dillon Gee battling through control issues to hold the Nationals to a lone run, the Mets' bats remained silent against Doug Fister, leaving seven men on base in Sunday's loss. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez have more after New York lost their second straight NL East series. More »

      • GEICO Week in New York: May 4-10

        With the Nets and Islanders eliminated from the playoffs, the Rangers remain the toast of the town in New York as they battle the Capitals. Both the Jets and Giants made big moves during the NFL Draft, while the Mets and Yankees are going in opposite directions after the Subway Series. More »

      • Yankees power past Red Sox to complete sweep

        Mark Teixeira got the Yankees on the board quickly in Sunday's 8-5 win over the Red Sox, hitting a two-run home run in the first inning. Brian McCann drove in two with a third-inning double and Brett Gardner's three-run home run gave the Yankees all the runs they needed behind Adam Warren. More »

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