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Steven Matz gets shelled as Mets fall to Padres, 6-3

SAN DIEGO — Steven Matz’s struggles continued with the Mets left-hander lasting just three innings Wednesday night, killing the Mets momentum early in a 6-3 loss to the Padres at Petco Park. The Long Island native has not recorded a win in nearly a month and allowed. The Mets offense was quieted

Despite injury scare, Yoenis Cespedes starting for Mets Wednesday

SAN DIEGO — Despite a scare with his leg Tuesday night, Yoenis Cespedes was back in the lineup for Wednesday’s game against the Padres. Terry Collins had removed him from Tuesday night’s game as a precaution after Cespedes complained of tightness in his quad in the seventh inning. Cespedes had

Ben McAdoo must decide whether to back up Landon Collins’ talk

Ben McAdoo has a choice. When the Giants open training camp on Thursday, their second-year head coach can back up Landon Collins’ bold talk from Friday, when the All-Pro strong safety said Big Blue will “take over” the NFC East. Or McAdoo can tone done the rhetoric and dismiss it as too

Mets Insider: Collins responds to Cespedes’ Oakland comments

After the firestorm brought by Yoenis Cespedes’ comments Friday to the San Francisco Chronicle about Bob Melvin being his favorite manager and wanting to finish his career where it started in Oakland, Cespedes said after Friday’s game his comments don’t take away from his relationship with

5 burning questions heading into Jets training camp

A nickel’s worth of free advice for the hearty green-and-white clad crazies: Don’t expect any miracles from the 2017 Jets. Todd Bowles might or might not be on the hot seat depending on who you believe, but one thing is certain: There will be plenty of growing pains this year for an outfit that

VIDEO: Aaron Judge hits home run nearly out of Safeco Field

The home run that broke Statcast. SEATTLE — Aaron Judge nearly sent one to Quest Field. Judge hit a three-run homer that almost went out of Safeco Field in the fifth inning of Friday night’s game against the Mariners. It was his first homer since

Aroldis Chapman shaky again as Yankees closer tries to right ship

SEATTLE — The Yankees need to get Aroldis Chapman on track. So it made perfect sense for Joe Girardi to bring in the highest paid closer in baseball history with a four-run lead in the ninth inning — even though it wasn’t a “save situation.” Chapman, as has been the case of late, was

Yankees’ Todd Frazier will not wear Paul O’Neill’s No. 21

Todd Frazier revealed before Thursday’s game against the Mariners that he will continue to wear No. 29 with the Yankees despite expressing interest to wear No. 21 in honor of his childhood hero, Paul O’Neill. The Bombers’ new third baseman, acquired in a trade from the White Sox on Tuesday