1. Rangers-Devils: Gomez, Shanahan Haunt Former Team in Game One

    The fans at the Prudential Center can boo Scott Gomez all they want. Gomez recorded assists on the first three Ranger goals as New York defeated the New Jersey Devils 4-1 to give them a 1-0 advantage in their opening-round playoff series...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about almost 7 years ago 561 reads 5 comments

  2. New York Mets-Philadelphia Phillies: Delgado Giveth, Delgado Taketh Away

    Carlos Delgado looked to be the hero of Tuesday afternoon’s New York Mets’ home opener against the Philadelphia Phillies...

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  3. Injuries Beginning to Plague New York Mets

    The New York Mets regular season disabled list is already starting to measure up to the spring training version...

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  4. New York Mets-Florida Marlins: Oliver Perez, Bats Lead the Mets in Blowout

    Luis Castillo ruined quite an impressive box score.Every Mets’ starting position player had at least one hit, one RBI, and one run scored except for Castillo who wasn’t able to manage the RBI in the 13-0 rout...

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  5. Cold Shoulder: New York Yankee Jorge Posada out with Injury

    Bryan Hoch of MLB.com is reporting that New York Yankees' catcher Jorge Posada was scratched from Wednesday night's lineup due to stiffness in his right shoulder...

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  6. New York Mets Will Be Without Pedro Martinez for 4-6 Weeks

    SNY and Marty Noble of MLB.com are reporting that Pedro Martinez will be out four to six weeks due to a "mild strain of the left hamstring."Nelson Figueroa has been called up and is already with the team...

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  7. Melk-Man Delivers: Cabrera Leads New York Yankees over Toronto Blue Jays

    Joe Girardi can thank young centerfielder Melky Cabrera for his first victory as the New York Yankees’ manager, a 3-2 pitchers’ duel between Chien-Ming Wang and Roy Halladay...

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  8. New York Mets Drown Florida Marlins 7-2

    Johan Santana’s New York Mets’ debut was nearly all that Mets’ fans could expect from the southpaw...

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  9. Flushing Mistake: New York Mets Letting Ruben Gotay Go Down the Drain

    Last year, Ruben Gotay wasn’t good enough to be the everyday second baseman, so, despite his hot hitting, the Mets went out and got Luis Castillo...

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  10. Mets Spring Training: Dark-Horse Candidates May Round Out Roster

    The I’s have it. That is injuries and ineffectiveness, the two I’s that have been plaguing the Mets during Spring Training. The first injured man that needs a replacement on the roster is Moises Alou...

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  11. New York Mets Talk: Hold the Coco (Crisp), Please

    How many food references could be crammed into one outfield? If Coco Crisp is traded to the Mets, there could be the four “C” in the outfield: Coco Crisp, Carlos Beltran, and ...

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  12. New York Giants: Ward Stays, Joseph Goes

    The Super Bowl Champion New York Giants continue to make headlines this offseason.Shortly after adding linebacker Danny Clark, the Giants welcomed back running back Derrick Ward for the 2008 season...

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  13. Giant Signings: New York Inks Sammy Knight, Danny Clark

    Gibril Wilson left for greener pastures. Kawika Mitchell left for snowier pastures. Reggie Torbor left for sunnier pastures. They all left for losing pastures...

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  14. Shelley Duncan Adds Grit, Loyalty to the New York Yankees

    Picture man’s best friend. The doorbell rings. Barking ensues followed by some scratching at the door. Open the door and the dog is hopping up on the visitor, salivating and happy to meet his new friend...

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  15. New York Mets: Rick Peterson to Learn from Johan Santana

    New York Mets’ pitching coach Rick Peterson joined Rob Dibble and Kevin Kennedy on XM radio’s MLB Home Plate channel to talk about the state of the Mets’ pitching staff...

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  16. Many MLB Pitching Staffs Will Start the Year Short-Handed

    Mets' fans are already prepared for the possible absence of Orlando Hernandez from the starting rotation. As long as Johan Santana is healthy, the others can fall into place...

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  17. Mets Spring Training: New York Getting Healthy

    “At least you have your health,” that’s what people in the USA say when the going gets tough.Unfortunately, the Mets, currently residing in the southern USA, could not have said that...

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  18. Yankees Talk: Joba Chamberlain Could Be New York's Next Great Closer

    Most of what one hears when listening to New York Yankees coverage is the question of whether phenom Joba Chamberlain is going to end up in the bullpen or in the starting rotation in 2008...

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  19. Mets Spring Training: Moises Alou's Future and Other Burning Questions

    Barry Bonds. Sammy Sosa. Kenny Lofton. Reggie Sanders. Preston Wilson. Jay Payton. Xavier Nady. Marcus Thames.What do these names have in common?No, it is not the long awaited sequel to The Mitchell Report (The Mitchell Report 2: Deuces Are Wild)...

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  20. New York Islanders’ Backup Goalie Unable to Hold Off Rangers

    Wade Dubli, Dubli, Dubli…"Du" not put him in goal any more.New York Islanders’ head coach Ted Nolan thought that starting goaltender Rick DiPietro needed an extra day to ...

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  21. Mets Spring Training: Pitching Shows Promise, Position Players Ail

    The Flushing Faithful can stop panicking…sort of.Johan Santana and John Maine have shown improvement since their first starts of the spring. Most importantly, they are healthy...

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  22. New York Mets: Who’s on First? What’s on Second? Who the Heck is in the Bullpen? What about the Outfield?

    Willie: So, Omar, who’s on first? Omar: Whaddya mean who’s on first? Delgado’s on first. Willie: No, no, O. Delgado’s got the hip thing. Omar: OK, OK, so put Anderson on first...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about almost 7 years ago 391 reads 1 comments

  23. New York Giants Sign Safety Sammy Knight

    Welcome to New York, Mr. Knight. GM Jerry Reese wasted little time in finding a suitable replacement for Oakland-bound Gibril Wilson, inking Sammy Knight to a three-year, $5.15 million deal...

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  24. New York Mets' Spring Training: Week in Review

    Bring on the Dodgers. The Mets have proven they can beat that club, so go ahead and pencil in six wins for 2008.Now, how the team might fare against the rest of the league remains to be seen...

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  25. Giant Holes: New York's Defense Loses Three Starters to Free Agency

    The magnificent performance by the Giants’ defense in the Super Bowl may have won them the Lombardi Trophy, but it also may have cost Big Blue the chance to repeat...

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