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    • Mets fall to Brewers, 5-2

      After a rough outing in Seattle, Jon Niese was solid on Saturday, allowing three runs in five innings in Milwaukee. Although Curtis Granderson homered and scored two runs, Niese and the Mets were undone by a three-run fifth inning in their 5-2 loss to the Brewers. More »

    • Miscues doom Yankees' win streaks

      The Yankees had won four straight games and 17 straight against the Blue Jays in the Bronx. But in a tie game Saturday, a pair of miscues from Brian McCann, one in which he and Brian Roberts failed to communicate, cost the Yanks and led to their 6-4 loss to Toronto at the Stadium. More »

    • Yankees fall to Jays in Capuano's debut

      The Yankees continue to reap the benefits of low-risk trades. Acquired from the Rockies for cash, Chris Capuano spun six two-run innings and left with the game tied before the bullpen allowed four runs. Brian McCann and Carlos Beltran each hit two-run home runs in a 6-4 loss. More »

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      • Pryor will be evaluated for concussion

        Jets rookie safety Calvin Pryor left Saturday's practice after suffering a head injury while blocking on the punt team. The first-round pick will be evaluated for a concussion. Head coach Rex Ryan said the Jets will be cautious with Pryor, who may miss time regardless of the evaluation. More »

      • Matsuzaka hits DL with elbow inflammation

        Two relief innings on Thursday led to an MRI on Friday for Daisuke Matsuzaka, who was sent to bullpen when Jon Niese returned to the rotation. The resulting inflammation will land Matsuzaka on the DL. Buddy Carlyle, who was sent down Monday, was recalled to replace Matsuzaka. More »

      • Wheeler making strides on the mound

        Zack Wheeler has struggled with consistency for much of the season, but the young righty has gone at least six innings and allowed just one run in five straight starts, improving his ERA to 3.64. Wheeler has been able to repeat his mechanics lately, allowing him to be more consistent. More »

      • Duda sets new career high with 17th home run

        After the Mets chose him to play first base over former 30-homer hitter Ike Davis, Lucas Duda has rewarded the team with a career year. Last night's game-winning homer was his career-high 17th of the year, and Duda has been more aggressive to the delight of manager Terry Collins. More »

      • Staal: Boyle will be 'huge help' on power play

        After struggling with consistency on the power play last season, Marc Staal thinks the addition of Dan Boyle should help alleviate some of those issues. The team lost Anton Stralman to free agency, but Staal is excited about Boyle despite not knowing if they will be paired together. More »

      • Mets rally for three in the ninth to beat Brewers

        The Mets came from behind to beat the Brewers on Friday night, 3-2. Lucas Duda's two-run homer in the ninth capped off a three-run inning. Zack Wheeler was brilliant, allowing only one hit before the seventh inning. Wheeler gave up three hits on the night and struck out nine. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Mets saved the best for last Friday night, scoring three runs in the top of the ninth inning to defeat the Brewers, 3-2. Zack Wheeler gave New York a quality start and Lucas Duda crushed the game-winning home run. After the game, Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez discussed the win. More »

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