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    • Pirates rough up Harvey, crush Mets in Pittsburgh

      Matt Harvey didn't have his best stuff for the Mets in Pittsburgh on Saturday. The right-hander lasted just five innings, giving up six hits and seven runs, including homers to Andrew McCutchen and Pedro Alvarez. The Mets put up just two runs on the day and dropped the series opener, 8-2. More »

    • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

      Saturday's loss in Pittsburgh was a tough one, as the Mets had built some momentum and Matt Harvey was taking the mound, but the right-hander struggled with his command in his worst career start. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez break down the loss in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

    • Yankees promote pitching prospect Lindgren

      The Yankees have called up left-handed pitching prospect Jacob Lindgren to replace Branden Pinder, who threw 48 pitches in Saturday's loss to the Rangers. The team's second-round pick in 2014, Lindgren has a 1.23 ERA in 22 innings at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre this year. More »

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      • Rangers rout Yankees in the Bronx

        The third inning proved disastrous again for the Yankees, with the Rangers scoring 10 runs during the frame in an eventual 15-4 blowout of New York on Saturday afternoon in the Bronx. CC Sabathia lasted just 2 1/3 innings and surrendered six runs, though none were earned. More »

      • Mets shut down Wright for another week

        The Mets will have to wait another week for David Wright's return. The team shut down Wright from baseball activities due to lingering back soreness. Wright has been on the disabled list since April 15 with a right hamstring strain but tweaked his back while trying to return from the injury. More »

      • Report: Knicks are big fans of Winslow

        With the No. 4 overall pick, the Knicks have little chance of landing either Karl-Anthony Towns or Jahlil Okafor. As a result, speculation has centered on who Phil Jackson likes most beyond the draft's top two players. According to reports, the Knicks are big fans of forward Justise Winslow. More »

      • Lundqvist quiets critics in Game 4

        After a poor Game 3, Henrik Lundqvist was his usual dominant self in the Rangers' win Friday. Lundqvist stopped 38 of 39 shots, helping the Blueshirts hold off the Lightning's attack in the game's final two periods. The performance quieted any doubts over Lundqvist's recent play. More »

      • With Beatty out, will Giants pursue Long?

        With Will Beatty out five-to-six months, the Giants' offensive line depth is a big question mark. Big Blue could pursue free agent Jake Long, who was cut by the Rams after suffering a season-ending ACL tear. Long has made four Pro Bowls, but his career has been slowed by injuries in recent years. More »

      • Collins: Syndergaard will stay in rotation

        After Friday's game, Mets manager Terry Collins said Noah Syndergaard will stay in the team's rotation even when Dillon Gee returns from injury. The Mets could go with a six-man rotation when Gee is healthy. Syndergaard has a 3.63 ERA in three starts for New York this season. More »

      • Mets drop opener in Pittsburgh

        Noah Syndergaard was solid Friday in Pittsburgh, allowing three earned runs and striking out five over six innings. But Gerrit Cole was even better, holding the Mets to just one run in 8 1/3 innings of work. Juan Lagares scored the Mets' only run on a wild pitch in a 4-1 loss to the Pirates. More »

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