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    • As deadline nears, Mets appear unlikely to make a move

      As today's non-waiver trade deadline approaches, the Mets appear content to hold on to Bartolo Colon and Daniel Murphy. Their chances of adding a bat by parting with young prospects also appear slim. How wise a move is the Mets' decision to stand pat, and will they regret it? More »

    • What do extensions mean for Wilkerson?

      Deals for the Cardinals' Patrick Peterson and the Cowboys' Tyron Smith, both 2011 draft picks, have triggered a discussion on how the Jets will treat any contract extension for Muhammad Wilkerson. Look for any deal for the defensive end to be worth at least $11 million per season. More »

    • Giants pessimistic about Wilson after injury

      David Wilson's future is unclear after the running back suffered an injury to his surgically repaired neck at practice this week. If a source is to be believed, Wilson needs a "miracle" to return to the field. The Giants are sure to be careful with him after he was injured so quickly. More »

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      • Milliner looks to continue momentum

        As the season nears, Jets cornerback Dee Milliner will ride the momentum from the end of last season to solidify his position as No. 1 cornerback in his second year. The loss of Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie has given Milliner another chance to prove his worth. More »

      • Tight ends a question mark for Giants

        With the start of the season around the corner, one of the biggest holes for the Giants is at tight end. The team has many unproven candidates, including Xavier Grimble, Larry Donnell and Adrien Robinson. Given their needs of blocking and receiving, Grimble may be the best option. More »

      • Mets ride big innings to win vs. Phils

        With a four-run fifth and a five-run seventh, the Mets blew past the Phillies, 11-2, to take the rubber game in a Flushing matinee Wednesday. Daniel Murphy went 3-for-5 with a tiebreaking homer that helped make a winner out of Zack Wheeler, who pitched 6 2/3 innings of two-run ball. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Mets pummeled the Phillies, 11-2, in a matinee rubber match. Zack Wheeler picked up the victory, and New York tallied 15 hits Wednesday, including home runs from Daniel Murphy and Lucas Duda. Gary Cohen and Ron Darling talk about the victory in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • Harvey to throw off mound next week

        Matt Harvey is tentatively scheduled to return to the rubber next Friday. It was originally believed that Harvey would throw off a mound in June, but the Mets have taken a cautious approach with their prized righty. The odds of Harvey throwing a pitch in the Major Leagues this year are highly unlikely. More »

      • Marlon Byrd in the mix for the Yankees

        After getting dealt by the Mets last season, Marlon Byrd could be on his way back to New York, only this time, Byrd would be playing his baseball in the Bronx. The veteran outfielder is owed $8 million next year, and the Yankees are considering trading for Byrd before Thursday's deadline. More »

      • Yankees drop series finale in Texas

        The Yankees didn't do much offensively Wednesday night, falling to the Rangers in the series finale, 3-2. Brett Gardner hit his fourth home run in three games, and Jacoby Ellsbury added a solo homer in the third inning. Carlos Beltran had the only other two hits for New York. More »

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