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    • Newly acquired utilityman Ackley hits 15-day DL with lumbar strain

      Dustin Ackley has made just three plate appearances since the Yankees traded for him last week, but the club announced Tuesday the utilityman is bound for the disabled list with a right lumbar strain. Right-handed pitcher Caleb Cotham is being recalled to take Ackley's roster spot. More »

    • Collins hopes Matz will return in September

      Steven Matz threw Monday for the first time since hitting the DL last month with a lat injury, and Mets manager Terry Collins believes Matz could be a part of the club's rotation for the stretch run. Collins said he hopes the 2015 callup will be able to return in early September. More »

    • Frazier: Melo likely unhappy with Knicks' plan

      The Knicks did not make any notable splashes in free agency this offseason, opting instead to turn their eye to the future. But that plan likely did not sit well with their top player, Carmelo Anthony, according to broadcaster and former Knicks guard Walt "Clyde" Frazier. More »

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      • Conforto spearheads Mets' offensive onslaught

        On Saturday, Michael Conforto was headed back to the Minors, but on Monday, he was helping the Mets climb into first place. Conforto hit his first Major League home run, a three-run shot in the second inning, to put the Mets on top for good in the club's 12-1 win in Miami. More »

      • Cespedes keys outburst as Mets rout Marlins

        Michael Conforto blasted a three-run home run, Yoenis Cespedes drove in four and the Mets obliterated Tom Koehler in a 12-1 win over the Marlins. Bartolo Colon kept the Marlins at bay over eight one-run innings, and the Mets moved into first place in the NL East with the Nationals' loss. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Bartolo Colon bounced back from his worst start of the season Monday, but his excellence was overshadowed by the Mets' offense. Yoenis Cespedes and Michael Conforto led the charge in a 12-run outburst, and Gary Cohen and Ron Darling have more in W.B. Mason Post Game Extra. More »

      • Report: Nets to waive forward Clark

        Veteran forward Earl Clark recently requested his release from the Nets, and the team will reportedly grant his wish. The journeyman will look to join his seventh NBA team since his 2009 debut, but could also choose to play overseas. The Nets now have 16 players under contract. More »

      • Wheeler 'happy to be part' of the Mets

        After last week's near-trade that almost sent him to Milwaukee, Zack Wheeler is happy to remain with the Mets. After sweating out Friday's deal for Yoenis Cespedes as well, the injured Wheeler and his agent spoke to Sandy Alderson on Friday, reiterating his desire to stay with the team. More »

      • Duda, Syndergaard are NL Players of the Week

        Lucas Duda and Noah Syndergaard were named Co-NL Players of the Week on Monday. Duda hit seven home runs and reached base in over 50 percent of his plate appearances last week. Over two starts, Syndergaard allowed just two runs and struck out 18 batters in 16 innings pitched. More »

      • OT Flowers suffers hip flexor strain

        Giants rookie offensive lineman Ereck Flowers missed practice Monday with a hip flexor strain. The injury isn't believed to be serious, and Flowers is currently day-to-day. Taken with the ninth overall pick in this year's NFL draft, Flowers is expected to compete for a starting spot in training camp. More »

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