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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Harvey is expected to get intravenous fluids before his Tuesday start against the Braves. Harvey was dealing with an illness on Monday night. He supposedly has improved since then.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets GM Mike Maccagnan said the organization has discussed the possibility of going into the regular season with four quarterbacks. "We like the idea of having (Ryan Fitzpatrick), in a perfect world, back here in the organization with Geno (Smith) and our two young quarterbacks" -- Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg. What else can he say at this point? It's good business to say he wants to keep them all. Fitzpatrick remains unsigned (Via WFAN).

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Terry Collins says Travis d'Arnaud is just resting -- not doing any throwing down in Port St. Lucie. D'Arnaud is on the disabled list with a rotator cuff strain.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

No shake-up for the last place Yankee lineup. The usual suspects against the Orioles' Chris Tillman: Ellsbury, Gardner, A-Rod, Teixeira, McCann, Beltran, Castro, Didi and Headley.

Conforto, Syndergaard impress in April

The Mets have a solid showing in David Schoenfield's April All-Stars, with both OF Michael Conforto and RHP Noah Syndergaard making the cut. Schoenfield: April All-Stars

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Tuesday's Mets-Braves lineups

Matt Harvey takes the hill against the Braves for the Mets, who will present Jacob deGrom his 2015 defensive pitcher of the year award before the game.

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How will new additions impact Giants' defense? (1:44)
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Giants looking for more defensive help (1:51)
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Take Two: Which Big 12 draft pick found best fit?

In this week's Big 12 Take Two, we're taking a closer look at two Big 12 players who ended up in great fits as draft picks with their new NFL teams.

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Inside the NHL: Islanders and Lightning, who's looking better? (3:07)

Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

The Islanders posted a 25-11-5 record on home ice during the regular season and a 2-1 mark already in the playoffs. With Game 3 of their second-round series against the Lightning Tuesday night at Barclays Center, New York is expected a great atmosphere. "The energy is going to be off the charts in this building like it has been the first three games of the playoffs," said Islanders' Kyle Okposo. "We're looking forward to it. You've just got to use that energy in a positive way and you can't be running around out of position, but at the same time you've got to be finishing your hits, playing with energy, playing with urgency and playing desperate out there."

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How does Fitzpatrick fit into the market?

While Ryan Fitzpatrick isn't on the trade market, the free agent is still subject to the same forces as the other quarterbacks on the trading block. What are Fitzpatrick's options following the draft? NFL trade market

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Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

Islanders coach Jack Capuano doesn't want his team to get overly excited for Game 3 on home ice.

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Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

Islanders' Josh Bailey could return to the lineup for Game 3 Tuesday night at Barclays Center. He's also looking forward to the home crowd.

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Inside the NHL: Playoff pontifications (10:30)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

For those on Carmelo Anthony Trade watch: Doc Rivers told reporters Monday that he will not trade Blake Griffin, regardless of any offers that may arise. Griffin-for-Carmelo is one of the most frequently discussed scenarios when a potential Carmelo trade is brought up. Anthony, of course, has a no-trade clause in his contract, which has 3 years remaining.

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Not getting any easier for New York

The Yankees are off to a rough start this season, and their next four series will come against four teams with winning records.

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