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    • Syndergaard delivers for Mets under big spotlight

      Noah Syndergaard came up big for the Mets in Sunday's nationally televised contest with the Nationals. Syndergaard's outing was even more impressive given that New York's win pulled them into a first-place tie with Washington. The rookie righty now has a 2.66 ERA in 15 starts this season. More »

    • Mets earn sweep of Nats, share of first place

      Noah Syndergaard struck out nine and allowed two homers in eight innings as the Mets claimed a share of first place in the NL East and a sweep of the Nationals with a 5-2 win Sunday. Curtis Granderson, Daniel Murphy and Lucas Duda hit third-inning homers, providing all the offense. More »

    • GEICO Week in New York: Aug. 3-9

      The Mets and Yankees are both in first place as the first full week of August commences, with Queens' club fresh off a sweep of the rival Nationals and the Bronx Bombers living up to their names. The city is alive with the sound of postseason baseball, something it hasn't seen since 2012. More »

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      • GEICO SportsNite: Coles dishes on Jets

        Todd Bowles is in his first camp as Jets head coach, among those invited to camp to mentor this year's team is Laveranues Coles. Coles joined GEICO SportsNite to talk with Jeane Coakley about Darrelle Revis' return and what Jets fans can expect from their new coach. More »

      • Mets recall Conforto, place Nieuwenhuis on DL

        Just a day after he was sent to Triple-A to make room on the Mets roster for Yoenis Cespedes, Michael Conforto is headed back to Flushing. The club sent Kirk Nieuwenhuis on the 15-day disabled list with a neck injury and recalled the 22-year-old outfield prospect. More »

      • Nova spins six solid as Yankees top White Sox

        Ivan Nova won his third straight start Sunday in Chicago, allowing just one run over six innings as the Yankees took the rubber match with the White Sox, 12-3. Stephen Drew smacked three hits and drove in four as the Yankees demolished Chicago starter Jeff Samardzija at U.S. Cellular Field. More »

      • Reese avoids comment on Pierre-Paul, Manning

        Giants GM Jerry Reese addressed the media at training camp Sunday, but didn't say much about Jason Pierre-Paul's injury or Eli Manning's contract. Reese said, "I wish Jason nothing but the best" but little else, while stating that Manning is under contract and he would not speak about it. More »

      • Jets sign undrafted former Syracuse WR West

        With Devin Smith set to miss most of training camp, if not all of it, with injuries to his ribs and lungs, the Jets have signed undrafted free agent wide receiver Jarrod West for depth purposes. West led Syracuse in receiving during his senior season and participated in Jets' rookie minicamp. More »

      • Yankees place Moreno on 15-day disabled list

        Yankees reliever Diego Moreno has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with elbow inflammation. Moreno, who was just promoted at the end of July and had a 5.23 ERA in four appearances, will undergo an MRI on Monday. Branden Pinder will take his spot on the active roster. More »

      • Amaro confident heading into second season

        Tight end Jace Amaro endured his share of struggles as a rookie last season transitioning from a spread offense at Texas Tech to a pro-style system with the Jets. In spite of that, Amaro enters his sophomore campaign more confident, saying he feels "more glued to the system." More »

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