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    • Mets begin three-game set in Los Angeles with Niese starting

      The Mets begin a three-game series against the NL-West leading Dodgers on Friday night in Los Angeles. Jon Niese is on the hill while the Dodgers sent Dan Haren to the mound. Curtis Granderson led off the game with a home run, but Dee Gordon's third-inning single tied the score. More »

    • Yankees win as Prado delivers walk-off

      The Yankees found themselves in an early hole after a three-run homer by Jose Abreu in the first inning, but Shane Greene settled down to get through five. A walk-off single from Martin Prado propelled the Yankees to a 4-3 win in their series opener with the White Sox. More »

    • Schwartz dislocates toe against Jets

      A free-agent acquisition from the Kansas City Chiefs in the offseason, Giants guard Geoff Schwartz was carted off the field during Friday's preseason game against the Jets. Schwartz was diagnosed with a dislocated toe during the second quarter. His timetable is uncertain. More »

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      • Allen, Davis leave with injuries

        Converted safety Antonio Allen was forced to leave Friday's preseason game against the Giants with a "head injury." Allen suffered the injury on a helmet-to-helmet collision with linebacker Demario Davis. Backup linebacker Troy Davis left with a leg injury. More »

      • Colon activated from bereavement list

        In anticipation of his upcoming start Sunday, the Mets have added Bartolo Colon to the active roster from the bereavement list. Gonzalez German, who was recalled to take Colon's spot Monday, was sent to Triple-A. Colon will return to the Dominican Republic on Monday for his mother's funeral. More »

      • Giants offense looking for progress

        The Giants' offensive starters have received little playing time so far this preseason, leading to speculation over how the team will adapt to a new offensive scheme. That will change Friday against the Jets, with Eli Manning and the rest of the starters expected to play the whole first half. More »

      • Mets to look at pair of Cuban infielders

        The Mets are reportedly set to work out a pair of Cuban infielders in shortstop Roberto Carlos and third baseman Pavel Quesada next week in the Dominican Republic. The news comes on the same day the Red Sox signed Cuban outfielder Rusney Castillo to a seven-year, $72 million deal. More »

      • Will a thinner Lopez be a boon for Nets?

        Brook Lopez is heading into the upcoming season thinner after bulking up prior to last campaign. Lopez suffered a season-ending foot injury in December, and some speculated it was due to his increased weight. The 26-year-old averaged 20.7 points per game for Brooklyn last season. More »

      • Mets offered Niese for Mariners' Miller

        The Mets reportedly offered Jon Niese to the Mariners for infielder Brad Miller last winter. Niese has become the subject of trade speculation recently given all the young pitching depth the Mets possess. Miller has struggled in 2014 for the Mariners, batting .199/.273/.326 in 98 games. More »

      • Anthony has high hopes for Knicks

        After re-signing with the Knicks on a five-year deal this offseason, Carmelo Anthony is optimistic about the upcoming season. The 30-year-old is looking to help the Knicks qualify for the playoffs after watching from the sidelines this spring. Anthony averaged 27.4 points per game last season. More »

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