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    • Brewers rout Gee, Mets in series opener in Milwaukee

      Dillon Gee was looking to get back on track Thursday in Milwaukee, yet the righty struggled in the Mets' 9-1 loss to the Brewers. Gee allowed six runs, four in the second inning, and six hits in five innings, taking the loss. Lucas Duda's seventh-inning homer plated the lone Mets run. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Dillon Gee was hit early, and it was not enough for the Mets offense to overcome. Gee allowed five runs in the first two innings, and the Mets managed just two hits off Milwaukee pitching in their 9-1 loss to the Brewers on Thursday. Gary and Ron have all the details. More »

    • Jets RB Ivory has hamstring problem

      The Jets have a slew of running backs in camp right now, which does not bode well for the now-injured Chris Ivory. The fourth-year back, who led the club in rushing in 2013, has "a little bit of a hamstring" injury, according to coach Rex Ryan, and may be forced to nurse it. More »

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      • Yankees acquire LHP Chris Capuano

        After winning their third straight, the Yankees further bolstered their pitching staff Thursday, acquiring lefty Chris Capuano from the Colorado Rockies for cash considerations. The former Met was released by the Red Sox on July 1 and made four appearances in the Minors with Colorado. More »

      • Beckham's hamstring woes concern Giants

        Rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. suffered his second hamstring tweak in the past two months Tuesday after the first one limited him at OTAs. General manager Jerry Reese is concerned about his first-rounder, who was limited at Wednesday's practice and didn't practice Thursday. More »

      • Tejada 'feels good' after being hit in the helmet

        After being hit with a Taijuan Walker fastball on Wednesday night, Ruben Tejada is experiencing no concussion symptoms a day later. He was cleared to fly with the team to Milwaukee but will cede shortstop to the newly recalled Wilmer Flores in Thursday night's opener against the Brewers. More »

      • McCarthy leads Yanks to win against Rangers

        Brandon McCarthy continued to make the Yankees look smart for trading for him, throwing six innings of one-run ball to pick up his second win as a Yankee in a 4-2 victory. McCarthy, who had just two wins in three months in Arizona, has three quality starts in three outings with his new team. More »

      • Rangers trending the wrong way after summer

        After multiple free-agent defections that have taxed the Rangers' depth at key positions, the team may be in danger of repeating recent history. Of the last four Stanley Cup losers, just two advanced past the first round of the playoffs and none made it to the conference finals. More »

      • Giants release first depth chart of camp

        Just a few days into training camp, the Giants have released their first official depth chart for the upcoming season. David Wilson is the second-string running back, and Peyton Hillis is ahead of Andre Williams for the third spot at the position. Rashad Jennings is listed as the top running back. More »

      • Flores recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas

        After Ruben Tejada was hit in the head by a Taijuan Walker fastball in Wednesday's finale with the Mariners, Wilmer Flores is returning to the Mets. Flores has hit .341 in his last 21 games at Triple-A, with eight homers and 28 RBI's, and will head to Milwaukee as the Mets face the Brewers. More »

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