• Hartford CourantJudge, Hicks, Sanchez Homer To Lift Yankees Over Mets

    Aaron Judge hit a tying home run in the sixth inning, Aaron Hicks and Gary Sanchez went deep in the eighth and the New York Yankees rallied to beat the Mets 4-2 Monday night in the first of four Subway Series matchups this week.Curtis Granderson and Yoenis Cespedes homered in the third inning off Luis Cessa to give the Mets Read more...

  • New York TimesYankees 4, Mets 2: A Pair of Aarons, Judge and Hicks, Homer to Propel the Yankees Past the Mets

    Back in March, when so little was known about the rebuilding Yankees, the primary competition taking place was in right field, where it was one Aaron versus another — Aaron Judge and Aaron Hicks.Both were former first-round draft picks who possessed elite talent but also had enough shortcomings to prompt concern over whether they would ever flourish.Five months later, the Read more...

  • NJMets edged by Yankees in Game 1 of Subway Series | Rapid Reaction

    NEW YORK — One bullpen was clearly far superior than the other in the first game of the Subway Series on Monday night at Yankee Stadium, and it made all the difference.  The Mets’ bullpen gave up two homers while the Yankee ‘pen gave up none, and the team from the Bronx beat the team from Queens 4-2.  Aaaron Hicks broke a Read more...

  • NY Daily NewsYankees blast three late homers in comeback win over Mets

    Aaron Hicks was having a splendid season for the Yankees before going down in late June with an oblique injury, which sidelined him for more than six weeks. Over the last four days, the Yanks are finding out just how badly they missed him. Hicks smashed a solo, go-ahead home run off Hansel Robles in the eighth inning Monday night Read more...

  • Hartford CourantMets Close To Dealing Walker After Loss To Phillies

    Aaron Nola held an opponent to two runs or fewer for his 10th straight start, Freddy Galvis had a go-ahead single during a fifth-inning rally and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the veteran-shedding New York Mets 3-1 on Saturday night. Nola (9-7) gave up one run and two hits in seven innings with eight strikeouts and two walks. He is 6-2 Read more...

  • Miami HeraldGranderson, Conforto homer as Mets beat Phillies 6-2

    Michael Conforto has yet to have a fan section at Citi Field named in his honor, nor can he stake claim to the hottest selling jersey in baseball. But without the national hype, it’s gone a… Read the story on Miami Herald.

  • PhillyOdubel Herrera makes another blunder as Phillies fall to Mets

    Odubel Herrera ripped off his helmet and put his hands to his head Sunday as he simply waited to be tagged out in the fifth inning of a 6-2 loss to the Mets. Even Herrera — who often matches his dynamic play with maddening miscues… Read the story on Philly.

  • NY Daily NewsMatt Harvey rocky in first rehab start towards Mets return

    WAPPINGER FALLS — Matt Harvey took the first step back to returning to the Mets on Saturday, but he still has plenty of work to do. The right-hander threw 18 pitches — 11 balls and seven strikes — allowing one walk, a hit and a run in just one inning of work in his rehab start with the Brooklyn Cyclones Read more...

  • NY Daily NewsJacob deGrom still expected to make his next start for Mets

    PHILADELPHIA — Jacob deGrom threw his regularly scheduled bullpen session Saturday and said he plans to throw his second on Sunday. The righthander is on track to make his next start after taking a line drive off the back of his upper right arm. “It was good and I will do it again tomorrow,” deGrom said after the workout at Read more...

  • PhillyPhillies lose to Mets as season wanes into tryout for next year's rotation

    The Phillies will play 49 more games this season before they empty their locker stalls inside the home clubhouse at Citizens Bank Park and depart for the winter. Consider each of… Read the story on Philly.