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    • Garnett to start for Nets at power forward

      Kevin Garnett has not given the Nets assurances he will return for the 2014-15 season, but if he does, he'll have a role. Nets head coach Lionel Hollins reportedly has said that Garnett will play power forward in Brooklyn next season, adding "There's nobody in the gym I'd put in his place." More »

    • Harvey throws off mound at Citi FIeld

      Matt Harvey had his last big throwing session before Spring Training on Monday at Citi Field. Harvey threw pitches and then rested as though he was waiting for a new inning to begin. The right-hander threw all his pitches, except for sliders, with his fastball touching 95 mph. More »

    • Report: Collins, Alderson expected back

      The Mets will reportedly make an announcement at the end of the season regarding the status of Terry Collins and Sandy Alderson, "with the expectation that the manager and GM will return." Collins is entering the final year of his deal, and the team can exercise Alderson's 2015 option. More »

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      • Tanaka throws 65 pitches in simulated game

        Masahiro Tanaka tossed 65 pitches over five innings in simulated game action on Monday afternoon. Tanaka allowed six hits and struck out four, topping out at 92 mph. The Yankees will determine how to move forward with Tanaka's rehab based on how he feels on Tuesday. More »

      • Hefner's re-injured elbow not improving

        Jeremy Hefner suffered a forearm fracture and re-torn ulnar collateral ligament in August while rehabbing from Tommy John surgery. Hefner flew to see his doctor on Sunday and was told to continue to rest. With his arm not healing, Hefner said, "Surgery is likely, but not definite." More »

      • Wild co-owner may sell stake to invest in Isles

        Phil Falcone owns a minority stake of the Minnesota Wild and might be looking to sell his share in order to invest in the Islanders. Jon Ledecky and Scott Malkin have agreed to a deal to purchase the Isles from current owner Charles Wang but reportedly need to line up additional funding. More »

      • Thurmond out for year with torn pec

        Already off to an 0-2 start, the Giants received more bad news Monday when it was revealed Walter Thurmond will miss the rest of the rest of the season with a torn pectoral muscle. The cornerback removed himself in the second half of Sunday's loss and will have surgery this week. More »

      • Malone must fight for third-line role

        Newcomer Ryan Malone will be forced to earn the Rangers' vacant winger spot on the third line, having to beat out JT Miller, Jesper Fast, Kevin Hayes and Lee Stempniak for the role. Malone's contract makes him a low-risk move, but the Blueshirts would like for him to be a top-nine player. More »

      • Giants' September slumber continues

        The Giants have now lost their last seven games in the month of September, dating back to 2012. Big Blue looked better on Sunday than they did during Week 1's blowout defeat, but dropped passes and untimely penalties were too much to overcome in the 25-14 loss to the Cardinals. More »

      • Collins thinks Mets close to contending

        Sunday's loss to the Nationals officially eliminated any chance the Mets had of winning the NL East. Despite the Mets' woeful 3-13 record against the Nats, Terry Collins likes his team's chances going forward. "I don't think we're that far away," Collins told reporters Sunday. "We're very, very close." More »

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