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    • Ellsbury's day off not related to shoulder injury

      Jacoby Ellsbury jammed his right shoulder making a catch against the wall Sunday in Minnesota, but that's not why he was out of Monday's lineup. Ellsbury said despite the shoulder giving him trouble at the plate, it was a scheduled day off and he expects to start Tuesday. More »

    • Jets sign undrafted rookie receiver Hill

      The Jets added depth at receiver ahead of this week's training camp, signing 6-3, 212-pound Austin Hill. Hill missed the 2013 season with a torn ACL after catching 81 passes for 1,364 yards as a sophomore at Arizona and had just 630 receiving yards in his return to the field as a senior last year. More »

    • Rodriguez returns to Texas on his 40th birthday

      Alex Rodriugez signed the most lucrative contract in sports history with the Rangers at age 25, and he now returns to Texas on his 40th birthday in the midst of a remarkable bounce-back season. Rodriguez is batting .277/.375/.539 in 2015 as the Yanks begin a series in Texas. More »

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      • Report: Umenyiora to retire as a Giant

        The Giants will reportedly sign former defensive end Osi Umenyiora to a ceremonial one-day contract so he can retire as a Giant. Umenyiora has played the last two seasons in Atlanta but spent his first nine seasons in New York. He ranks fourth all-time in team history with 75 sacks. More »

      • Wheeler throws for first time since surgery

        Mets right-hander Zack Wheeler threw for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery Monday in Port St. Lucie. Wheeler, 25, had the surgery back in March and is expected to return to full health in June of 2016. A year ago, Wheeler posted a 3.54 ERA in 185 1/3 innings for the Mets. More »

      • Yankees looking for pitching upgrades

        With a big lead atop the AL East, the Yankees are looking to upgrade their pitching staff, though Brian Cashman has told opposing teams the Yanks will hold onto their top prospects. If New York adds another starter, the struggling CC Sabathia could reportedly move to the bullpen. More »

      • Alderson searching for big deal

        The Mets have already dealt for Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson, but Sandy Alderson is still hoping to improve the team's roster before the trade deadline. With plenty of young talent, Alderson has the pieces to make a big move and bolster the Mets' playoff hopes down the stretch. More »

      • Rangers, Stepan agree to six-year contract

        The Rangers have reached an agreement with restricted free agent Derek Stepan on a six-year contract. Stepan, 25, will earn $6.5 million per season in the deal. Last season, the center tallied 16 goals and 39 assists over 68 contests and added 12 points during the Rangers' playoff run. More »

      • Uribe delivers walk-off hit in Mets' win

        Jacob deGrom was his typically dominant self Sunday, Jeurys Familia blew a save but all that enabled Juan Uribe to deliver his first signature moment with the Mets. Uribe, who was acquired Friday, drove in Curtis Granderson with a 10th-inning single to lift the Mets to a 3-2 win over the Dodgers. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        A day after Michael Conforto and Kelly Johnson made a big impact on a win, another recent addition, Juan Uribe, came through with a walk-off hit. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez break down the new faces and another great outing from Jacob deGrom in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

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