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    • With Rockies and Giants out, few suitors left for Mets' Gee

      Ryan Vogelsong re-signed with the Giants last week, and the Rockies acquired David Hale on Friday, leaving the Mets holding Dillon Gee. Although the Mets reportedly want to deal the starter, the number of available suitors for the 28-year-old right-hander is dwindling. More »

    • Amundson rewarding Knicks for new contract

      Lou Amundson is on his 11th team in nine seasons and had gone 102 games without scoring in double digits. But the Knicks rewarded Amundson with a contract for the remainder of the season, and he posted 17 points Thursday in their loss. The Knicks are 4-2 with Amundson in the lineup. More »

    • Alderson ranked 12th-best GM in MLB history

      Sandy Alderson has been maligned by Mets fans, but according to a pair of authors, he's among the best front-office heads ever. Alderson was ranked as the 12th-best GM in MLB history, buoyed by his use of analytics and his ability to succeed without a baseball background. More »

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      • Decker wants Demaryius Thomas to join Jets

        Eric Decker endured an underwhelming first season with the Jets, but his best contribution could be his ability to recruit. Decker said he is trying to sell impending free agent Demaryius Thomas to sign with the Jets. Thomas scored 11 TDs and had 1,619 yards receiving in 2014. More »

      • Cizikas misses practice, McDonald recalled

        The Islanders' fourth line has been a main reasons for the team's success this season, but center Casey Cizikas missed practice Friday, forcing the club to recall Colin McDonald from the AHL. The Islanders will square off against one of the East's best Saturday in Detroit. More »

      • Rangers could be showcasing Moore

        John Moore has been in and out of the Rangers lineup, but as a pending restricted free agent who will likely cost too much for the Blueshirts to retain, he could be playing to be showcased as a trade piece. Moore is reportedly likely to be traded before the March 2 deadline. More »

      • Rangers shut out by Canadiens

        The Rangers went toe-to-toe with the Canadiens in a rematch of last season's Eastern Conference finals on Thursday but couldn't muster any offense in a 1-0 loss. Montreal forward Max Pacioretty scored the game's only goal in the third period, sending the Blueshirts to their second straight defeat. More »

      • UConn stifled in loss to Cincinnati

        UConn's offense couldn't solve Cincinnati's defense Thursday night in a 70-58 loss on the road. Senior Ryan Boatright scored 20 of his 22 points in the second half, but the Huskies fell to their third defeat in five games. UConn shot just 33 percent from the floor, making only 19 field goals. More »

      • Islanders fall short against Bruins, 5-2

        The Islanders fell behind the Bruins by two goals early Thursday before coming back on goals from Michael Grabner and John Tavares. A mistake from Jaroslav Halak gifted the Bruins the go-ahead tally late in the second period before Boston clinched the win with two third-period goals. More »

      • Knicks routed by Pacers in Indiana

        One night after an impressive win against the Thunder, the Knicks couldn't keep pace with the Pacers on the road. A five-point halftime deficit turned into a rout in the third quarter before the Knicks fell, 103-82. Carmelo Anthony led New York with 18 points and Lou Amundson added 17. More »

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