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    • Pace, Jets confident in defense ahead of season opener

      Jets linebacker Calvin Pace praised the team's defense Monday, calling it the "best" in the NFL. Pace is the latest in a series of Jets players to boast about the team's credentials. The Jets defense ranked 11th in the NFL last campaign, but Pace believes they will be better this season. More »

    • Coughlin frustrated by Beckham's injury

      Giants coach Tom Coughlin expressed his frustration at Odell Beckham's continued absence from practice Sunday. The rookie wideout tweaked his hamstring last week and has missed four days of practice since. The Giants are hopeful Beckham will return to full health this week. More »

    • Duda having breakout season for Mets

      After hitting his 18th home run of the season in Sunday's win, Lucas Duda further cemented his value within the middle of the Mets' lineup. The 28-year-old is now batting .259/.356/.500 in 2014, and has gotten on base at a .395 clip since June 15 as his confidence grows. More »

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      • Jets' Pryor diagnosed with concussion

        Jets first-rounder Calvin Pryor is being treated for a concussion he suffered in training camp Saturday. The rookie safety will now go through the NFL's concussion protocol before returning to practice. Pryor is expected to start at safety for the Jets once the season begins. More »

      • deGrom ready for August after strong July

        Mets rookie Jacob deGrom has pitched well since his big league debut in May, and July was his best month yet. The righty allowed five earned runs over 32 1/3 innings, going 4-1 and lowering his ERA to 2.79. deGrom blanked the Brewers over 6 1/3 innings in his final July start Sunday. More »

      • deGrom, Mets top Brewers in series finale

        Having allowed just two runs in his last three starts, Jacob deGrom was strong again for the Mets on Sunday. The rookie gave up four hits and didn't surrender a run over 6 1/3 innings of work. The Mets got all the runs they needed on Lucas Duda's two-run home run, beating the Brewers, 2-0. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Lucas Duda's sixth-inning two-run home run was the difference in the Mets' 2-0 win over the Brewers on Sunday in Milwaukee. Jacob deGrom was sharp yet again. picking up his fifth win. Keith and Gary have all the reaction from the finale of the Mets' 10-game road trip. More »

      • GEICO Week in New York: July 28-August 3

        The MLB trade deadline is less than four days away. Although the Yankees have made some deals already, fans are still waiting with bated breath to see whether Bartolo Colon, or any other high-profile players from around the Majors, are traded by 4 p.m. on Thursday. More »

      • Rangers, Brassard ink five-year deal

        The Rangers and Derick Brassard agreed on a five-year deal Sunday, avoiding arbitration in the process. The new contract will pay Brassard $25 million over five years. Brassard had a strong 2013-14 campaign, tallying 45 points in 81 games and also playing well in the playoffs. More »

      • Yankees drop second straight game in 5-4 loss

        The Yankees fell behind on three occasions Sunday afternoon and came back to tie the score each time. But the Jays scratched a run across in the ninth to ultimately prevail, 5-4, in a back-and-forth contest in the Bronx. Chase Headley hit his first home run as a Yankee in the losing effort. More »

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