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  • Capsules for the National League

    PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH NL EAST Washington Nationals Last year: 86-76 (2d) Manager: Matt Williams (first year) Key pitchers: Stephen Strasburg (8-9, 3.00 ERA, 9.4 strikeouts/9 innings, 1.049 WHIP); Jordan Zimmerman (19-9, 3.25 ERA, 1.088 WHIP);...
  • On The Fly: Pineda News Good; Teixeira News Bad

    Michael Pineda finally made his Yankees debut Saturday, two years after his acquisition from the Mariners quickly lost its luster because of shoulder surgery. This Yankees season will swing one way or the other on the strength or weakness of players...
  • Mets Fall To Nationals, 9-7 In 10 Innings

    NEW YORK -- Shortstop Ian Desmond's sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning Monday afternoon gave the Washington Nationals their first lead of the game and lifted them to a wild 9-7 comeback win over the New York Mets in the season opener for both...
  • Mets season preview: Optimism abounds

    The New York Mets may be reloaded with talent after shedding several expiring contracts over the winter, but are they better? That is the question the team is asking itself heading into the season. The free-agent acquisition of outfielder Curtis...
  • From the hire point, the descent can be sudden for L.A. coaches

    From the hire point, the descent can be sudden for L.A. coaches
    He was once the face of college basketball, Hoosiers personified, a small-town kid who this spring brought a smile, a swagger and a national championship resume to the UCLA program. Yet before he even coached one practice, someone had created a Facebook...
  • Jeff Jacobs: It Starts With Harvey, And It Hopefully Ends With Rivera

    Jeff Jacobs: It Starts With Harvey, And It Hopefully Ends With Rivera
    NEW YORK — This isn't about the season, for the 2013 baseball season might not end up happily in New York. Nor is it necessarily about the careers of two pitchers who should bookend the 84th All-Star Game at Citi Field. This isn't about the macro....
  • Marlins clip Mets 2-1 in club-record 20 innings

    Marlins clip Mets 2-1 in club-record 20 innings
    NEW YORK With young aces Jose Fernandez and Matt Harvey starting Saturday’s Citi Field matinee, the odds of a pitching duel appeared pretty good. Both allowed a run over six and seven innings, respectively. It took 14 more pitchers throwing 371...
  • It's Good To Be Matt Harvey These Days

    It's Good To Be Matt Harvey These Days
    Life is good these days for the big kid from Fitch High. He's king buddies with Rangers goalie King Henrik Lundqvist. He tools around in a spiffy Escalade. On the mound, he's nearly unhittable, so much so even Doc Gooden came out to watch him Tuesday...
  • By The Numbers, Mets Have A Gem In Harvey

    By The Numbers, Mets Have A Gem In Harvey
    He isn't the kid from Mystic anymore. He is a New York event. He isn't the fresh-faced Fitch High kid in his T-shirt fishing at Watch Hill, not anymore. His face is on T-shirts nowadays, hawked all around Citi Field, the face of hope for the Mets...
  • To Angels, rising Mets pitcher Matt Harvey is one who got away

    To Angels, rising Mets pitcher Matt Harvey is one who got away
    The Angels clearly landed the biggest fish in baseball this season in rookie phenom Mike Trout, the outfielder who is making a push to win the American League most valuable player award, but they and their fans got a painful reminder Thursday night of one...
  • Strangest baseball injuries of 2012

     
    Strangest baseball injuries 2012 It's all fun and games until someone gets hurt, and then it's even funnier. Presenting our occasionally annual roundup of the year's weirdest, stupidest or most unfortunate injuries that befell MLB players (and one...
  • Johan Santana Pitches First No-Hitter In Mets History

    Johan Santana Pitches First No-Hitter In Mets History
    As of Friday night, the Mets are no longer one of two teams without a no-hitter in their history, all thanks to Johan Santana. Teammates showered Santana with champagne in the dugout at CitiField following a 134-pitch effort to blank the St. Louis...