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    • Mason rules himself out for Game 2; Emery in net for Flyers

      After going through a full practice on Saturday, all signs pointed toward Steve Mason reclaiming his spot between the pipes for Game 2 at Madison Square Garden. Following practice, Mason ruled himself out for Sunday's tilt and Ray Emery will get the call in net for the Flyers. More »

    • Solarte continues to impress with Yankees

      Yangervis Solarte has been a pleasant surprise for the Yankees this season. A .286/.336/.397 hitter in the Minor League, the 26-year-old is hitting 373/.448/.569 and has nine RBIs in 58 plate appearances. Solarte's sure-handed glove has also been a welcome addition to the infield. More »

    • Kreider skating but 'not close' to playing

      Chris Kreider continues to rehab his surgically repaired right hand and has skated at various times throughout the week. Unfortunately for Rangers fans, it appears the Calder Trophy candidate is "not close" to returning. Kreider potted 17 goals and tallied 20 assists this season. More »

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      • Braves snap Mets' three-game win streak

        Jon Niese was sharp, allowing just four hits over six innings, but thanks to a four-run eighth inning, and seven hitless innings from Aaron Harang, the Braves beat the Mets 6-0 on Friday night at Citi Field. David Wright registered the lone Mets hit, snapping Atlanta's no-hitter in the eighth. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Aaron Harang and the Braves' bullpen combined to one-hit the Mets, snapping their three-game win streak, 6-0, on Friday night in Flushing. David Wright recorded the Mets' lone hit, an eighth-inning single. Gary, Keith and Ron break down all the action from Citi Field. More »

      • Nets set to open series with Raptors

        Jason Kidd's first series as a head coach will commence on Saturday afternoon when the Nets and Raptors meet north of the border. On the eve of Brooklyn's opening-round series, GEICO SportsNite caught up with Kidd and the well-rested and excited Nets on Friday. More »

      • Bullpen blows up in Yanks' loss to Rays

        Through six innings, the Yankees appeared on their way to a sixth straight win on Friday night, but the Rays took advantage of a rare bullpen implosion to slow the red-hot Bombers. Tampa Bay scored nine runs in its final three offensive innings, rallying for an 11-5 win over the Yanks. More »

      • Mets ship Ike Davis to Pirates

        Ike Davis' days as a Met are over. The slugging first baseman has been traded, as New York has sent him to Pittsburgh in exchange for Minor League pitcher Zack Thornton and a player to be named. Davis is hitting .208 with a home run and five RBIs in 12 games thus far this year. More »

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        • Sabathia still the Yankees' ace ... for now

          CC Sabathia authored his best outing of the season on Thursday night vs. the Rays, assuaging fears that the 33-year-old starter was anything other than the Yanks' ace. But between Sabathia's struggles, and the emergence of Masahiro Tanaka, the lefty's stance could be in jeopardy. More »

        • Snow: Islanders likely to retain this year's pick

          Garth Snow has a potentially franchise-changing decision to make. As part of the Thomas Vanek deal, the Isles have the option of sending the Sabres the team's No. 5 pick in 2014 or its first-round selection in 2015, the year hockey phenom Connor McDavid is eligible. More »

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