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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Mets make it official, promoting Seth Lugo and demoting Sean Gilmartin. Lugo will wear No. 67. Because he has been a starting pitcher, he can give the Mets' length if required.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Joakim Noah's meeting with the Knicks is set for tomorrow afternoon, sources say. Noah will have the opportunity to take phone calls from other teams starting at midnight tonight, which is interesting. The Knicks remain strong favorites for Noah, however, and people around the league would be surprised if the deal between Noah and the Knicks wasn't completed. The meeting time was earlier reported by the NY Post.

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Cubs' rotation has stolen spotlight from Mets

The Cubs are getting stellar starting pitching beyond just Jake Arrieta, while the youthful Mets staff has run into a few problems in 2016.

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Murphy latest to haunt Mets with homers

Daniel Murphy is the fourth player to homer twice in a game against the Mets after having played for the team in either the current or previous season, the Elias Sports Bureau reports

  • Frank Thomas with the Astros in 1965
  • Tony Clark with the Yankees in 2004
  • Mike Piazza with the Padres in 2006.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets and Sheldon Richardson have to be breathing a sigh of relief. After pleading guilty to resisting arrest, stemming from a high-speed chase with cops last July in St. Louis, Richardson could've been slapped with a multi-game suspension. He got off easy with a one-game ban. It'll cost him one game check -- $104,471. This will be the second straight year he misses the opener. He served a four-game suspension last year for a marijuana violation.

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Andrew Luck sets the bar... by a lot

Luck's new extension with the Colts included $87 million in guaranteed money, $22 million more than any other quarterback's current contract.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets DE Sheldon Richardson suspended for the first game of the regular season for a personal conduct violation, per NFL.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Hornacek went to Carmelo Anthony's gym in NYC to meet him. He also plans to meet Derrick Rose at some point in LA. Players say it's import at for a new coach to establish rapport with his group. It appears Hornacek, an ex player, is well aware of this.

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Gregorius joins short list with walk-off

In the last 70 years, the only other Yankees shortstops to hit walk-off homers are Mickey Mantle (1954 against the White Sox in a game he started in center field), Gene “Stick” Michael (1971 vs. Detroit) and Derek Jeter (2005 vs. Boston), the Elias Sports Bureau notes.

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Yankees' switch-hitters bring the power

Carlos Beltran and Mark Teixeira have the most home runs among active switch-hitters. Meanwhile, Nick Swisher, who ranks third, is also in the Yankees' system at the Triple-A level.

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Daniel Murphy has been a Mets killer

The Nationals second baseman has raked against his former team in their three series this season.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Phil Jackson is back in the gym at Summer League here in Orlando.

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Didi Gregorius completes the comeback

Gregorius picked a good time to hit his first walk-off homer, as his two-run shot capped off a six-run, ninth-inning comeback for the Yankees on Wednesday. The blast just cleared the wall at 365 feet, per ESPN's Home Run Tracker

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Two names to keep an eye out for with Brooklyn as free agency approaches are Jeremy Lin and Kent Bazemore, who both got better under Nets coach Kenny Atkinson while he was an assistant in New York (Lin) and Atlanta (Bazemore).

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks say Cleanthony Early did not practice with NY's summer league team today due to a strained left hamstring. He is day-to-day.

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Up-and-down series for Yankees

Two days after losing a ninth-inning lead for the first time in 160 games, the Yankees came back from a four-run deficit in the ninth for the first time in 165 games on Wednesday.

Wallace Matthews ESPN Staff Writer 

Starlin Castro gets the day off today, and Ronald Torreyes gets a rare day on as the Yankees go for the split against the Rangers this afternoon. Here's the lineup vs RHP A.J. Griffin: Ellsbury cf, Gardner lf, Rodriguez DH, McCann c, Teixeira 1b, Headley 3b, Gregorius ss, Hicks rf, Torreyes 2b. Pineda pitching

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