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    • Mets get back on track to split four-game series with Cardinals

      The Mets found themselves a game behind the Nationals for first in the NL East heading into Thursday's matinee, but Jacob deGrom did everything he could to pull them closer. The righty struck out 11 and allowed just one hit in eight innings, and Lucas Duda homered twice in a 5-0 win. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Jacob deGrom was dominant, and Lucas Duda provided the brunt of the offense in the Mets' 5-0 win over the Cardinals on Thursday. Duda homered off Cards starter Jaime Garcia, then blasted a three-run homer off Randy Choate. Gary and Keith have the details from Flushing. More »

    • Watch Play Ball week on SNY

      This baseball season, SNY teamed up with Coldwell Banker and the Mets to award grants, donate equipment, conduct a clinic at Citi Field and invite youth to a Mets game. All week, SNY will feature the activities on GEICO SportsNite, Mets game broadcasts and Kids Clubhouse. More »

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      • deGrom dealing with shoulder, hip ailments

        Jacob deGrom dominated the Cardinals on Thursday, throwing 104 pitches, striking out 11 and retiring the last 23 he faced in the Mets' win. Still, the right-hander is reportedly dealing with hip and shoulder stiffness exacerbated by poor mechanics and would've been capped at 110 pitches. More »

      • Miller earns promotion with Brassard-Nash

        J.T. Miller has been locked on the Rangers' fourth line since the second round, but he played the third period on the Blueshirts' top line with Derick Brassard and Rick Nash in Wednesday night's Game 3. Miller posted an assist and logged his second-most ice time of the postseason. More »

      • Thomas doesn't rule out return to NBA

        Isiah Thomas was just hired as president of the New York Liberty, but he isn't ruling out a return to an NBA role. "You never know where life takes you," said Thomas, who is close with James Dolan despite numerous shortcomings as Knicks GM. Current Knicks president Phil Jackson is 70. More »

      • Zuccarello skating with extras at practice

        Mats Zuccarello has been out since taking a puck to the head in Game 5 of the Rangers' first-round series against the Penguins, but the winger was seen practicing with the team's extras Thursday. Head coach Alain Vigneault said he was progressing, but he remains out indefinitely. More »

      • Parnell, Black moving rehab to Double-A

        Bobby Parnell and Vic Black will move their rehab assignments to Double-A Binghamton after pitching Thursday, according to Terry Collins. Parnell has struggled in his attempt to return from Tommy John surgery, and Black had been held back from a move up to Triple-A last weekend. More »

      • Beatty suffers pectoral injury, out 5-6 months

        Will Beatty has started 47 of the Giants' past 48 games, but will now likely miss the first month or two of the upcoming NFL season after suffering a pectoral injury Wednesday. First-round pick Ereck Flowers was expected to be broken in at right tackle, but may have to shift to the left side. More »

      • Rangers lose Game 3 to Lightning in OT

        The Rangers clawed back from two deficits in Wednesday night's Game 3, but they were unable to stop the Lightning's dominant Triplets line. Nikita Kucherov scored at 3:33 of the extra session, lifting the Lightning to a 6-5 win over the Blueshirts. Jesper Fast had two goals in defeat. More »

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