New York Mets 3B Wilmer Flores thought he was robbed by replay officials on Saturday, as he believes he shouldn't have been out on fan interference.
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Yoenis Cespedes left the New York Mets' loss on Saturday after five innings because of a right quadriceps problem. His status for Sunday is unclear.
Northern Ireland's Carl Frampton made history Saturday night by becoming the first two-division titleholder from his country, thanks to a majority decision over Leo Santa Cruz.
The Milwaukee Brewers have an agreement in place to trade All-Star catcher Jonathan Lucroy to the Cleveland Indians, pending his approval, according to multiple reports.
The Mets, who fell for the fifth time in six games on their homestand, had to remove Yoenis Cespedes as a precaution and placed Jose Reyes on the DL.
Making his first start since July 22, Alex Rodriguez struck out four times in the Yankees' loss in Tampa. However this ends, that end is coming near.
Rafael Montero's strong outing led Double-A Binghamton to victory in a duel with visiting Portland, highlighting Saturday in the Mets' minors.
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Terry Collins said Yoenis Cespedes experienced tightness in his balky right quadriceps on Saturday and is probably playing with "more discomfort than he's letting on." Collins said the Mets will do everything possible to keep Cespedes off the DL, even if that means resting every few games. "We need his bat in the lineup," Collins said.
Jorge De La Rosa earned his 100th career victory and the Colorado Rockies eventually caught up with Bartolo Colon, beating the New York Mets 7-2 on a rainy Saturday night for their fifth straight
After entering the Hall of Fame upstate on Sunday, Mike Piazza was back in Queens on Saturday for another moving moment: the Mets retiring his No. 31.
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Yoenis Cespedes has departed Saturday's game after laboring to first base on a ground out. Cespedes has been dealing with a balky right quadriceps.
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One of the strangest statistical oddities of the season: Jacoby Ellsbury has now reached base 10 times on catcher's interference, one-third of all CIs this season. No other player has more than two and Ellsbury has broken the previous record of eight, set by Roberto Kelly in 1992.
Drew Smyly struck out Alex Rodriguez three times en route to stopping an 11-start winless streak, and the Tampa Bay Rays handed the New York Yankees their third straight loss, 6-3 Saturday.
The Indians are one of eight teams on Jonathan Lucroy's no-trade clause, but would match up well with the Brewers in a trade, Jerry Crasnick reports.
Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who re-signed with the team on Wednesday to play this season for $12 million, said some fans accused him of being greedy for holding out so long.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi has been put in an awkward sitation, essentially carrying a 24-man roster as the Yankees try to stay in the playoff race.
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