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    • Rangers' defense shutting down Penguins' stars

      A big part of the Rangers' success against the Penguins through four games has been their ability to shut down Pittsburgh's star forwards. Save for Game 2, New York's blueliners have kept Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin quiet, with Ryan McDonagh and Dan Girardi leading the way. More »

    • Reese stays mum on Giants' draft plans

      Speaking Thursday, Giants GM Jerry Reese divulged little about the team's draft plans. Big Blue has the ninth overall pick, but Reese isn't prioritizing any specific need. "I think you always have a good idea, but it is always unpredictable," he said. "You never know what's going to happen." More »

    • Yankees complete sweep over Tigers

      Looking for the sweep, the Yankees sent Masahiro Tanaka to the mound to take on Anibal Sanchez and the Tigers on Thursday. The right-hander was strong over 6 1/3 innings, allowing just three hits and one earned run as the Bombers held on to claim a 2-1 win and the sweep in Detroit. More »

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      • Report: Ollie no longer an OKC candidate

        Long before the Thunder fired head coach Scott Brooks, the Huskies' Kevin Ollie was considered one of the front runners to take over on the bench in Oklahoma City. But after a few days, the UConn head coach reportedly has pulled himself out of consideration for the job. More »

      • Report: Knicks will be interested in Aldridge

        With nearly $30 million in cap space, the Knicks are expected to be big spenders this offseason. So it should come as no surprise that Phil Jackson has his eyes on one of the marquee free agents. Reports indicate the Knicks will go after LaMarcus Aldridge as team begins its rebuild. More »

      • 10 years of Mets on SNY: Extra-inning heroics

        All season long, SNY will celebrate moments from its time covering the Mets with video flashbacks from the past 10 years. In this video, Gary, Keith and Ron take you back to 2007, where Damion Easely and Endy Chavez provided some late-inning heroics against the Rockies. More »

      • Grabovksi activated off injured reserve

        Ahead of Thursday's crucial Game 5 against the Capitals, the Islanders are expected to receive a much-needed boost. They activated Mikhail Grabovski, who hasn't played since Feb. 19 with an upper-body injury. The 31-year-old center is expected to be inserted into the lineup. More »

      • Flores, Duda lift Mets to 10th straight win

        Sitting atop the NL East, the Mets stayed hot on Wednesday. Dillon Gee scattered eight hits and surrendered only two runs in seven innings, and Wilmer Flores drove in two in the club's 10th straight win, 3-2, over Atlanta. Lucas Duda drove in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        It wasn't easy, but the Mets claimed their 10th straight win. Led by Wilmer Flores' seventh-inning homer, Lucas Duda's eighth-inning RBI single, and a stellar grab from Juan Lagares in center, the Mets improved to 12-3 with a 3-2 win over the Braves. Gary, Ron and Keith have the details. More »

      • Yankees rout Price, Tigers in snow

        The weather in Detroit on Wednesday was frightful, but the Yankees' offense was downright scary. Keyed by a six-run first inning, the Yanks blasted David Price and the Tigers, 13-4. Chase Headley had two hits and RBIs, and Mark Teixeira homered and drove in three. More »

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