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  • Phillies fall to Mets 6-5 in Harvey's return to Citi Field

    Phillies fall to Mets 6-5 in Harvey's return to Citi Field
    NEW YORK — Matt Harvey won his first home start in almost 20 months, and Lucas Duda hit a three-run double to lead the New York Mets past the Philadelphia Phillies 6-5 Tuesday night for their third straight victory. Daniel Murphy homered over...
  • On The Fly: Mets Are Talk Of The Town In Big Apple

    On The Fly: Mets Are Talk Of The Town In Big Apple
    It's been a long time since the Mets were the talk, let alone toasts, of the town, but it was their opener that brought the baseball buzz to the big city on Monday, and reigning rookie of the year Jacob deGrom delivered shutout ball to beat the Phillies,...
  • Mets Win Home Opener Behind Jacob DeGrom, 2-0 Over Phillies

    Mets Win Home Opener Behind Jacob DeGrom, 2-0 Over Phillies
    NEW YORK (AP) — Even without his sharpest stuff, Jacob deGrom got the Mets off to a successful start at home. He also gave Matt Harvey a nice round number to match: zero. The reigning NL Rookie of the Year, deGrom pitched into the seventh inning...
  • Spectacular Spieth

    Spectacular Spieth
    He may be a 21-year-old who earned his first major championship at the Masters, but just who is Jordan Spieth? … The Chicago Tribune's Teddy Greenstein says that golf needs Spieth, a gracious, witty and thoughtful champion … As fans continue...
  • Matt Harvey, Mets look to contend in wake of Tommy John epidemic

    Matt Harvey, Mets look to contend in wake of Tommy John epidemic
    The big names for the New York Mets this season: Matt Harvey, David Wright, Tommy John. Finally confident they're a playoff contender, the Mets absorbed a familiar setback in spring training — two of them, really. Zack Wheeler and Josh Edgin...
  • 'Wrong-way' Edwin Jackson winds up at wrong park, misses spring start for Cubs

    'Wrong-way' Edwin Jackson winds up at wrong park, misses spring start for Cubs
    Some pitchers have trouble finding the plate. Edwin Jackson of the Chicago Cubs had a much bigger problem: He couldn't find the ballpark. Jackson missed his spring training start Tuesday against the A's when he drove to the wrong stadium. Fitting, too...
  • Day trips from the Lehigh Valley

    DAY TRIPPIN' •"Joseph," Sight & Sound Theatre, lunch at Shady Maple, May 28. $99. "Ever After," Papermill Playhouse, lunch at Charlie Brown's, June 18. $98. Operation Sunshine, Dick, 610-435-9155. •911 Museum, Zabar's, free time in New York,...
  • Jameis Winston, Billy Bob Thornton and Odell Beckham Jr. highlight Jerry Greene's snapshots of 2014

    Jameis Winston, Billy Bob Thornton and Odell Beckham Jr. highlight Jerry Greene's snapshots of 2014
    2014. Heckuva year, but then, that's true of every year. In no particular order, here are some snapshots of what I noticed this year, in and out of sports, good and bad and occasionally hilarious. Perhaps you noticed some of the same things: •"...
  • Cubs' Castro may be long for shortstop

    Cubs' Castro may be long for shortstop
    Addison Russell appears destined to start the 2015 season at Triple-A Iowa, and the assumption is that Javier Baez will be the Cubs’ opening-day second baseman. That leaves incumbent Starlin Castro at shortstop despite the need for marquee...
  • Sharknado should chomp on these Orlando sports venues

    Sharknado should chomp on these Orlando sports venues
    It doesn't get any bigger than this, Orlando. The sharks are coming! No, not the San Jose Sharks, hockey puck breath. Sharknado! Even as we speak, I can envision Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer getting his head bit off on national TV. (Or maybe a...
  • Dodgers prove once again money isn't everything

     Dodgers prove once again money isn't everything
    While the Dodgers were adding one of those new-age, rock-star executives to their front office last week, naming Rays general manager Andrew Friedman their new president of baseball operations, the archrival Giants were busy winning their third pennant in...