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    • Yankees must now turn toward postseason

      A year in which the Yankees played above expectations came together Thursday when they finally clinched a spot in the Wild Card Game. Now, after a long season, the Yankees must turn the page and focus their attention on a single postseason game in which anything can happen. More »

    • Cruz receives injection for nagging calf injury

      After suffering a setback in practice this week, Giants wideout Victor Cruz received an injection for his injured calf in an effort to help the healing process. Cruz was hopeful of making his season debut this weekend but continues to be held out of action with the nagging calf injury. More »

    • Tejada could start at shortstop in postseason

      Ruben Tejada's strong play down the stretch will reportedly earn him the bulk of playing time at shortstop for the Mets during the postseason. Tejada has hit .333/.400/.463 since the start of September and gives the Mets a better defender at shortstop than Wilmer Flores. More »

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      • Gilmartin makes case for postseason roster spot

        Left-hander Sean Gilmartin gave the Mets five solid innings after starting in place of Steven Matz on Thursday. Gilmartin retired 11 of the first 12 batters he faced, struck out three and allowed two runs. The outing helped bolster Gilmartin's case for a spot on the Mets' postseason roster. More »

      • Decker will be game-time decision for Jets

        Jets wide receiver Eric Decker will be a game-time decision for this Sunday's matchup against the Dolphins, head coach Todd Bowles said Friday in London. Decker has been limited in practice all week after missing Gang Green's loss to the Eagles with a knee injury suffered in Week 2. More »

      • Mets offense falls short against Phillies

        Hoping retain a one-game lead in the race for NLDS home-field advantage, the Mets managed just six hits against three Phillies pitchers and were swept away in a 3-0 loss. Sean Gilmartin allowed three hits in five innings in his first career start, but one was Darin Ruf's homer. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        After dropping two straight to the Phillies, the Mets offense authored a listless performance in its 3-0 loss in Thursday's series finale, the club's last regular-season road game. Sean Gilmartin was strong, allowing only three hits in five innings. Gary, Ron and Keith have the details. More »

      • Lundqvist ready for season to start

        In the Rangers' final preseason tuneup before the start of the regular season, Henrik Lundqvist stopped 39 of the 41 shots he faced, saying, "it was a good test for me." Head coach Alain Vigneault agreed and went a step further, stating, "Hank is ready. I think everyone knows that." More »

      • Sabathia pitches Yankees into postseason

        CC Sabathia may no longer be the Yankees' ace, but that didn't stop him from helping his team punch its ticket to the postseason Thursday with a 4-1 win over the Red Sox. Sabathia tossed five one-run innings and Carlos Beltran, Greg Bird and Rob Refsnyder homered to pace the offense. More »

      • Nets' Brown diagnosed with oblique strain

        The Nets finished their third day of practice Thursday, but Markel Brown wasn't a part of it. An MRI confirmed that the Nets guard has a moderate left oblique strain, and he'll be evaluated by a team doctor this weekend. Brown has no timetable for return. The Nets open their season Oct. 28. More »

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