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Mets spoil Scherzer’s Nationals debut

Washington, DC ( – Lucas Duda hit a two-run single in the sixth inning and the New York Mets beat Max Scherzer and the Washington Nationals by a 3-1 margin on Scherzer’s debut with the Nationals got off to a great start. The 2013 American League Cy Young award winner retired 17 in a row after walking Curtis Granderson ... Read More »

Stepan, Rangers take down Blue Jackets in OT

New York, NY ( – Derek Stepan tied the game late in regulation then won it with 49.6 seconds remaining in overtime, as the New York Rangers stopped the hottest team in the NHL with a 4-3 decision over Columbus at Madison Square Garden. Martin St. Louis and Dan Girardi also tallied for the Rangers, who pulled into a tie ... Read More »

A-Rod returns, but Yanks fall to Blue Jays

Bronx, NY ( – Alex Rodriguez’s return took center stage leading up to the New York Yankees’ season opener, but Drew Hutchison and the Toronto Blue Jays ended up stealing the show. Hutchison’s six strong innings and a five-run third off Masahiro Tanaka carried the Blue Jays to a 6-1 Opening Day win in Rodriguez’s first major league game since ... Read More »

Yankees at #9 in AL on SportsNetwork 2015 MLB Projections

By Chris Ruddick The Seattle Mariners haven’t been to the postseason since 2001 and they’ve never been to a World Series. Both of those droughts are going end this season as the Mariners are poised to win their first championship. The road back to the playoffs started last offseason, when Seattle made a bold move in free agency, signing second ... Read More »

Mets at #11 in NL on SportsNetwork 2015 MLB Projections

By Chris Ruddick The Washington Nationals may have the most talented team in Major League Baseball, but if you want to know who will be the last team standing for the National League, look no further than the St. Louis Cardinals. St. Louis won its second straight NL Central title last season and advanced to the NLCS for the fourth ... Read More »

Woods will play the Masters

Augusta, GA ( – Tiger Woods announced on his website Friday that he will play the Masters, where he has won four times. “I’m playing in the Masters. It’s obviously very important to me, and I want to be there,” Woods said on his website. “I’ve worked a lot on my game and I’m looking forward to competing. I’m excited ... Read More »

Giants looking for happy medium with Eli

By John McMullen New York is all about the bright lights of the big city, but at least one of the its football teams has been able to fly under the radar. The New York Giants are the big brother in the nation’s No. 1 media market yet it’s the Jets who find the back cover of the tabloids far ... Read More »

Rangers nip Jets thanks to Kreider

Winnipeg, MB ( – Chris Kreider scored the winner late in the third period and Henrik Lundqvist stopped 32 pucks as the New York Rangers clipped Winnipeg, 3-2, at MTS Centre. Mats Zuccarello and Derick Brassard also lit the lamp for the Rangers, who had dropped three of four coming in. Lundqvist earned his first win since Feb. 2, the ... Read More »

Report: Mullin to be St. John’s coach

( – In hopes of recapturing its past glory in men’s basketball, St. John’s is turning to one of its all-time greats. The New York Daily News reported Monday that Hall of Famer Chris Mullin has agreed to become the Red Storm’s next head coach, with an official announcement expected to come on Wednesday. Mullin won three Big East Player ... Read More »

Jets add TE Davis

Florham Park, NJ ( – The New York Jets have signed veteran tight end Kellen Davis to an undisclosed contract, the team announced Wednesday. Davis has appeared in 101 games over seven NFL seasons, primarily as a blocker and special-teams contributor. The 29-year-old owns just 50 career catches and has recorded just three over the past two years. A fifth-round ... Read More »