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    • Report: Matsuzaka will return to Japan to continue pitching

      Daisuke Matsuzaka will return to Japan to pitch for the Fukuoka Softbank Hawks, according to reports. Last season with the Mets, the 34-year-old right-hander appeared in 34 games -- including nine starts -- and recorded a 3.89 ERA and 1.34 WHIP over 83 1/3 innings. More »

    • Nash on pace to break Rangers' record

      As a 19-year-old, Rick Nash set his career high for goals, lighting the lamp 41 times for the Blue Jackets in 2003-04. Nash has only reached the 40-goal plateau one other time, but in his 12th NHL season, Nash looks poised to surpass it and the Rangers' single-season record as well. More »

    • Will Vick be starter Monday night vs. Dolphins?

      Mike Vick injured his calf Monday night, and although Jets coach Rex Ryan reportedly expects to stick with Vick for this Monday's contest against the Dolphins, the caveat "provided he's healthy" has also been added. Geno Smith or Matt Simms are in line to see action if Vick can't go. More »

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      • McDonagh returns to Rangers practice

        While practicing in preparation for the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Rangers were joined by their captain. Ryan McDonagh skated with a contact jersey at Tuesday's practice in Florida, and coach Alain Vigneault said McDonagh could return to the lineup this weekend against the Flyers. More »

      • Anthony doubtful for Knicks' game in Dallas

        Carmelo Anthony played just 18 minutes in the Knicks' loss to the Rockets on Monday, leaving in the first half with back spasms. Anthony missed practice Tuesday, and the team considers him doubtful for its contest Wednesday night in Dallas against the Mavericks. More »

      • Chandler feels like scapegoat for Knicks

        The Knicks' blockbuster move this offseason involved dealing Tyson Chandler to Dallas. With the Knicks headed to Big D to meet the Mavs, Chandler popped off about his former team. The big man told reporters he felt he received too much blame for the Knicks' struggles. More »

      • Rangers, St. Louis talking contract extension

        Martin St. Louis' contract expires July 1, and although the forward will be 40 this spring, he still will be considered a top unrestricted free agent when the market opens. The Rangers reportedly have talked with St. Louis about a new deal but may have to wait to see what next year's salary cap will be. More »

      • Harvey expects to be 100 percent by February

        The Mets' hopes hinge on a healthy Matt Harvey, but the stud right-hander expects to be 100 percent when pitchers and catchers report in February. Harvey had Tommy John surgery 13 months ago and has taken this month off before throwing off a mound in December. More »

      • Wright, Parnell among Mets training with Barwis

        The Mets hired Mike Barwis in October to oversee the team's strength and conditioning program. SNY takes an inside look as David Wright, Bobby Parnell and their teammates have joined Barwis to train this offseason at his new world-class facility in Port St. Luice, Fla. More »

      • Rockets top Knicks on Monday night

        The Knicks fell to the Rockets in Houston, 91-86. Despite leaving the game after the first half with back spasms, Carmelo Anthony led New York offensively with 14 points and seven rebounds. Both Jose Calderon and Travis Wear added nine points to the Knicks' tally in the defeat. More »

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