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    • Jets suspend Dimitri Patterson indefinitely

      Dimitri Patterson returned from going AWOL on Sunday, but Jets general manager John Idzik announced the team has suspended the defensive back indefinitely to "allow us to gather more information." Patterson was absent from the Jets' game with the Giants on Friday night. More »

    • Mets may have a star in Lucas Duda

      Not long ago many debated whether Ike Davis or Lucas Duda was the Mets' long-term solution at first base. But after Duda's career season, in which he has blasted 26 home runs and hit .260/.355/.507 through just 123 games, a different question has emerged. Is Duda a budding star? More »

    • Hillis returns to practice as final audition looms

      The Giants' preseason finale is just three days away, and they got some good news as running back Peyton Hillis returned to practice Sunday. Hillis' return was a rare positive note, as the offensive line and receiving corps continue to be hamstrung by various injuries. More »

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      • Mets rally behind grief-stricken Colon

        Bartolo Colon trekked to the Dominican Republic last Monday to be with his ailing mother. Then just days after she died, he ventured some 3,000 miles to Los Angeles to make his start Sunday. Colon will return for his mom's funeral, and the Mets made certain to send him back with a win. More »

      • Colon helps Mets avoid sweep

        After losing two straight to the Dodgers, the Mets turned to Bartolo Colon on Sunday. Making his first start since his mom died Monday, Colon was solid through six innings, allowing just two runs. Lucas Duda went 3-for-5 with two home runs and five RBIs as the Mets coasted to an 11-3 win. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        In the midst of the best season of his career, Lucas Duda put together his best performance of the year in Sunday's win over the Dodgers, going 3-for-5 with two home runs and five RBIs. Bartolo Colon fought a heavy heart to throw six solid innings. Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez have more. More »

      • GEICO Week in New York: Aug. 25-31

        As baseball season heads into the home stretch with the Mets and Yankees trying to make improbable playoff pushes, the NFL returns with another season full of questions surrounding the Jets and Giants. What does the New York sports scene have in store for the final week of August? More »

      • Murphy left Sunday's game with calf soreness

        Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy felt soreness in his calf in the seventh inning of Sunday's blowout win over the Dodgers and alerted team trainers before being pulled in the ninth inning. Unlike teammate David Wright, Murphy would not commit to being in Tuesday's lineup. More »

      • David Wright exits with neck spasm

        David Wright's struggles have been spotlighted, and the embattled third baseman's problems grew Sunday. Wright left the game in Los Angeles after suffering spasms in the third inning of the Mets' series finale with the Dodgers. The Mets Captain expects to return to the lineup Tuesday. More »

      • McCann's homer lifts Yankees to sweep

        Brian McCann was not in the starting lineup Sunday, but the Yankees catcher still managed to put his stamp on the Yanks' fourth straight win. McCann socked a three-run home run in the 10th inning, lifting the Bombers to a 7-4 win over the White Sox, capping a three-game sweep. More »

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