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Tuesday's Mets-Dodgers NLDS Game 4 lineups

Steven Matz will be the fourth rookie pitcher in Mets franchise history to start a postseason game when he takes the mound for Game 4 Tuesday.

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Mets' young arms excelling in debuts

Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard and Matt Harvey have all posted big strikeout numbers in their first playoff starts.

Encouraging signs in Daniel Fells' MRSA recovery (3:13)
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Buccigross: Happy hockey new year

The hockey new year is upon us, so let's dive into predictions for standout rookies, how some intriguing teams look so far, early playoff projections and the top 10 college teams in the land.

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New York's bats put up record numbers

The Mets' 13 runs against the Dodgers in Game 3 on Monday set a franchise record for a postseason game.

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Mets in right place to clinch

New York's record in series-clinching games has been much better at home than on the road. The Mets (up 2-1 in the NLDS) host the Dodgers at Citi Field in Game 4.


Can Mets, Cubs close out series?

Said Jemele Hill on His & Hers: "The momentum has completely shifted in the favor of both the Cubs and the Mets respectively."

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New York's turnaround in the trenches

The Giants' front five was a mess a season ago and then lost Will Beatty to injury, but its performance has been excellent so far. Is it now one of the best lines in the league? Schatz: Ranking O-lines (Insider)

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Jets' success starts up front

A formidable front five has given Ryan Fitzpatrick adequate protection and cleared the way for Chris Ivory. Where does the Jets' line rank among the league's best? Schatz: Top 10 O-lines (Insider)

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Steven Matz may have only six games in the major leagues on his resume, but he does have championship-clinching experience. In fact, Matz started his team’s clincher each of the last two postseasons in the minors. He took a no-hitter into the eighth inning in Double-A Binghamton's Eastern League championship clincher in 2014. Matz opposes Clayton Kershaw in Game 4 on Tuesday night at Citi Field. Kershaw will make his third career postseason start on three days’ rest. He went 0-1 with a 2.24 ERA in the previous two, while throwing 102 and 91 pitches. He went six innings each time.