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Editors' Picks Mets edge Yanks in Subway Series opener Daniel Murphy added some flourish to the Subway Series Monday night, tomahawking his bat into the turf as he ran to first after delivering the winning hit in the Mets' 2 1 victory over the Yankees at Citi Field.
Harper: Captain Wright's the ship for Mets The catch seemed destined to be another moment that defined the baseball pecking order in New York. Certainly the way the season has gone, Brett Gardner's spectacular catch was proof this would be another night when the Yankees and Mets would go their separate ways.
The other '42' bids farewell to Flushing Mariano Rivera's retirement tour continued Monday with the iconic final player in baseball ever to wear No. 42 seated in front of a giant blue version of his number inside the Jackie Robinson Rotunda at Citi Field.
Indiana's George taken to LeSchool Apparently, defending Carmelo Anthony just isn't the same as trying to stop LeBron James. Paul George, the Pacers' small forward, has emerged as the rising young star of the NBA playoffs, with his strong defensive performance against Anthony in the second round.
Bondy: Torts' future linked to Henrik's The rules regarding the media and John Tortorella are brutally clear: If you ask the Ranger coach any questions about his struggling players, about injuries, about lineups or opponents, you will quickly be told to kiss his butt, which did not have such a great season behind the bench.
PHOTOS: Dan's the man! Murph's hit gives Mets Subway win The first Subway Series meeting of 2013 didn't lack for drama. But Daniel Murphy's 8th inning hit, which followed David Wright's HR sealed it, 2 1 for the Mets.
IT'S GRATUITOUS! Met ace is dating ANNE V! Each week we scour the wide world of sports looking for a little sports related eye candy to spice up the Sunday newspaper. Here is a collection of our 'Score' babes.
Subway Series Greatest Hits in PHOTOS News takes a look back at some of the most memorable moments from past battles between the Mets and Yankees for Big Apple bragging rights.
PHOTOS: Kanaan wins his first Indianapolis 500 Tony Kanaan drove past Ryan Hunter Reay on a restart with three laps to go, then coasted across the finish line under yellow when defending race winner Dario Franchitti crashed far back in the field.
PHOTOS: Rangers season ends in Wholesale NFL Jerseys 3 1 loss to Bruins Lundqvist stopped 29 shots, but the Bruins still proved to be too much to handle for the Blueshirts, defeating them 3 1 and ending the series in five games.