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    • Jets GM Maccagnan embraces new celebrity status

      After four straight seasons without a playoff berth, the Jets turned to Mike Maccagnan to turn the team around. The 48-year-old is quickly becoming famous. "I probably never really signed an autograph before I took this job, but it's very nice and I feel very honored," he said recently. More »

    • Captain Salvador announces retirement

      Bryce Salvador announced his retirement from the NHL on Tuesday after a career that spanned more than 14 seasons, including seven with the Devils. The 39-year-old defenseman played in 786 career games, 74 playoff tilts and was New Jersey's captain the past two seasons. More »

    • Flynn could start Jets' final preseason game

      With Ryan Fitzpatrick not expected to play, the Jets may start Matt Flynn in their preseason finale vs. the Eagles on Thursday. Josh Johnson is also likely to see playing time as the Jets get in their final tuneup before the regular season. Todd Bowles isn't sure if Bryce Petty will play. More »

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      • Parnell: 'It was one of them days'

        What was worse Tuesday night? Bobby Parnell's pitching or his use of the English language in assessing his performance? The reliever faced three batters, walking two and allowing the other to reach by throwing the ball into right field on a sacrifice bunt. "I wasn't real happy," Parnell said. More »

      • Cruz's calf injury adds to Giants' frustration

        With injuries and uneven performances training camp and the preseason have not been kind to the Giants. Victor Cruz, who suffered a severe knee injury last season, has been hobbled by a calf injury and will not play in Thursday's preseason finale. The season starts Sept. 13. More »

      • Niese struggles early in Mets' loss to Phils

        Jon Niese took the hill Tuesday as the Mets looked to continue their dominance over the lowly Phillies. The left-hander struggled over five innings, surrendering seven hits and giving up six runs in the team's 14-8 loss to Philadelphia. Yoenis Cespedes hit a two-run homer in the losing effort. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Starter Jon Niese was roughed up over five innings Tuesday night, surrendering seven hits and six runs. The Phillies' offense erupted for eight runs in the sixth inning, leading to their 14-8 win over the Mets. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez break down the loss from Flushing. More »

      • Pineda, Yankees even series against Red Sox

        Michael Pineda was strong over six innings of one-run ball Tuesday, leading the Yankees to a 3-1 win over the rival Red Sox. Stephen Drew delivered a two-run double to put the Bombers up in the sixth, and Brett Gardner tallied a solo shot to put the finishing touches on the victory. More »

      • Teixeira expected to miss two more weeks

        Yankees general manager Brian Cashman announced Tuesday that first baseman Mark Teixeira would miss at least two more weeks with a bone bruise in his leg. The 35-year-old had an MRI on Tuesday that revealed the injury was worse than what was diagnosed on August 18. More »

      • Mets call up four players from Triple-A

        With the rosters expanding to 40 players Tuesday, the Mets have called up Eric Campbell, Kirk Nieuwenhuis, Eric Young Jr. and Kevin Plawecki. New York also activated Steven Matz, Bobby Parnell and Erik Goeddel from the disabled list, giving the Mets 32 players on their roster. More »

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