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    • Niese, Mets looking for series victory against Atlanta

      After a pair of 3-2 games to start the series, one win and one loss, the Mets send Jon Niese (7-9, 3.47 ERA) to the mound in the series finale. Niese will be opposed by Mike Minor (5-8, 4.90) as the Mets look to win a series for the first time since a four-game set in Philadelphia earlier this month. More »

    • Chat with Bob Ojeda during the Mets game

      The Mets are meeting the Braves in the series finale Thursday night at Citi Field, and you can be part of the action. Starting in the third inning, you can ask questions to former Mets pitcher Bobby Ojeda in the Live Chat with Bobby Ojeda, presented by Verizon. More »

    • UConn unveils 2014-15 schedule

      The defending national champions unveiled their road to a title defense Thursday. The UConn men's basketball team released its 2014-15 schedule, in which every game will be televised. Kevin Ollie's team's first game will be a Nov. 14 home affair against Bryant, televised on SNY. More »

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      • Murphy remains out for third straight game

        Daniel Murphy was expected to return to the Mets' lineup early this week after leaving Sunday's game with a calf strain, but the All-Star second baseman is out of the lineup Thursday night against the Braves. He is considered day-to-day after missing the entire series with Atlanta. More »

      • Yankees lose series to Tigers on walk-off hit

        After splitting the first two games with the Tigers, the Yankees were looking for a win to pull within a game of the Tigers in the Wild Card race. A nice outing for Hiroki Kuroda was spoiled when Alex Avila's walk-off single to right with runners on first and second gave the Tigers a 3-2 win. More »

      • Mets sign extension with Las Vegas 51s

        After two years working with the Las Vegas 51s, the Mets signed a two-year extension with the team on Thursday, keeping their Triple-A location intact until 2016. Don Logan, president and COO of the 51s, has known Mets general manager Sandy Alderson for 20 years. More »

      • Is boredom setting in for Syndergaard?

        For the third straight year, the Mets have a highly touted pitcher that isn't dominating at Triple-A. Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler said they were bored after spending extended time in Las Vegas, leading to speculation that Noah Syndergaard's numbers are suffering for the same reason. More »

      • Giants to play starters against Patriots

        With new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo installing a quick-hitting offense, the Giants' offense has struggled this preseason after seven seasons under Kevin Gilbride. As a result, the Giants will play their starters in the final preseason game, generally an afterthought for the team. More »

      • Black could be placed on disabled list

        Despite only being expected to miss a few days with a herniated disc in his back, reliever Vic Black may be headed to the disabled list. The Mets want to recall Daisuke Matsuzaka and add him to their rotation, which would allow Zack Wheeler and Jacob deGrom to get more rest. More »

      • Wheeler doesn't want to be traded by Mets

        Zack Wheeler has heard the trade rumors surrounding him this season, and the pitcher has no desire to leave the Mets organization. Wheeler believes in the team's plans and the Wilpons' willingness to spend money to put the right pieces in place and help the Mets be competitive. More »

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