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Today β€” April 22nd 2019Your RSS feeds

Cardinals 6, Mets 4: Mets Lose to Cardinals as Noah Syndergaard’s Hitting Outdoes His Pitching

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Syndergaard, with St. Louis outfielder Dexter Fowler’s help, hit one of the Mets’ four homers. But on the mound, he had his second straight shaky start.

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Cardinals 10, Mets 2: In Mets’ Loss, Good News: Jacob deGrom’s Arm Is β€˜Much Improved’

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The ace, who is on the injured list with a sore right elbow, might not need an magnetic resonance imaging test after all, Manager Mickey Callaway said.

Yankees 9, Royals 2: In Yankees’ Win, Bad News: Aaron Judge Leaves With an Oblique Injury

By JAMES WAGNER

The right fielder left the game after appearing to injure himself on a swing in the sixth inning. The Yankees hit four home runs in support of pitcher Masahiro Tanaka.

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Concerned About Aroldis Chapman’s Slowing Fastball? He Isn’t

By JAMES WAGNER

"My objective now isn’t to throw as hard but to pitch,” said the Yankees’ closer, who is adjusting his approach as age takes away some of his trademark velocity.

Mets Place Jacob deGrom on Injured List With Sore Elbow

By KEVIN ARMSTRONG

DeGrom, who struggled in his last two games, was scratched from his scheduled start in St. Louis on Saturday and will undergo an M.R.I. exam in New York.

Yankees and Flyers Will Stop Playing Kate Smith After Discovering Racist Songs

By VICTOR MATHER

Songs that Smith recorded in the 1930s contained disturbing lyrics that demean black people.

Royals 6, Yankees 1: After Scorching the Red Sox, the Yankees Wilt Against the Royals

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Domingo German had a decent start, and he and four Yankees relievers combined for 14 strikeouts. But he allowed two homers, while the Yankees’ offense managed only four hits.

Phillies 3, Mets 2: Mets Rally in the 9th but Fall Short Against the Phillies

By KEVIN ARMSTRONG

Down by a run with two outs in the ninth, the Mets had the bases loaded but couldn’t pull off a comeback. Starter Zack Wheeler lasted seven innings.

Luis Severino’s Injury Remains a Mystery. Detective Brian Cashman Is on the Case.

By JAMES WAGNER

The Yankees’ general manager is doing his best to pinpoint how a significant back injury could happen to his ace starter. He is leaving no stone unturned.

For Many Latino Players, Roberto Clemente’s Number Is Off Limits, Too

By JAMES WAGNER

Only Jackie Robinson’s No. 42 has been officially retired across the majors, but many players have gone out of their way to not wear Clemente’s No. 21.

Yankees 8, Red Sox 0: James Paxton Gives Yankees a Much-Needed Jolt Against the Red Sox

By JAMES WAGNER

Paxton limited the Sox to two hits over eight innings and recorded 12 strikeouts, while the Yankees lineup feasted on Boston’s struggling ace, Chris Sale.

Phillies 14, Mets 3: An Inning to Forget: Steven Matz of the Mets Allows 8 Runs and Records No Outs

By KEVIN ARMSTRONG

Matz established a new nadir for the struggles of Mets starting pitchers, exiting with his team down by 8-0. The Phillies made it 10-0 by the end of the first before winning 14-3.

On Baseball: Yankees Send Red Sox Deeper Into Their Early-Season Gloom

By TYLER KEPNER

Both teams are struggling mightily, but while the Yankees have injuries as an excuse, Boston can only look inward in a search for answers.

For Many Latino Players, Roberto Clemente’s Number Is Off Limits, Too

By JAMES WAGNER

Only Jackie Robinson’s No. 42 has been officially retired across the majors, but many players have gone out of their way to not wear Clemente’s No. 21.

Boston’s 2018 Championship Has a Footnote: Steve Pearce’s Toe

By DAVID WALDSTEIN

It was Pearce who kept his foot on the base for the final out of the Yankees-Boston playoff series last season. After that, the Red Sox never looked back.

Once Again, Hitters to the Rescue as Mets Top the Phillies in 11 Innings

By KEVIN ARMSTRONG

The starting rotation was expected to be a strength of the Mets this season, but so far the offense has carried the team. And that was the case again on Monday.

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