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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

The Mets are all signing the Jose Fernandez jersey that was hanging in their dugout the past two days. They plan to present it to the Marlins.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is the Mets lineup for Tuesday's 7:10 p.m. ET game at Marlins Park: Reyes 3B, Cabrera SS, Cespedes LF, Granderson CF, Bruce RF, TJ Rivera 2B, Duda 1B, R Rivera C, Syndergaard RHP

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Yankees second baseman Starlin Castro is back in the Yankee lineup after being out more than a week with a hamstring injury. The Yankees will try to avoid being eliminated tonight against the Red Sox.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Huge blow for the Nationals: Wilson Ramos has torn ACL. Here's Dusty Baker announcing.


Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers will flip-flop their starters for the first two games of their series at San Diego. Kenta Maeda will now start Tuesday night and Jose De Leon will pitch Wednesday.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Joe Maddon continues to rotate his starters in and out of the lineup as Kris Bryant won't start one day after collecting his 100th RBI. Addison Russell is also off as Munenori Kawasaki, Tommy La Stella, Javier Baez, Chris Coghlan and Miguel Montero are all starting against the Pirates on Tuesday.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

No further details on Wilson Ramos' injury yet, but...the Nationals have called up catcher Spencer Kieboom. Given that Washington already had two backstops on the roster (Jose Lobaton, Pedro Severino), the move suggests that, at a minimum, Ramos - who was slated for an MRI today - will miss some time. Manager Dusty Baker is scheduled to meet with media at 3pm eastern.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

The Mets are putting tiebreaker game tickets on sale Thursday. I think the only plausible scenario for a home game would be tying the Giants for the second wild-card spot, behind the Cardinals. We've previously laid out the three-team-tie scenario, and that pretty much assures the Mets with one or two road games.

Jim Bowden ESPN Senior Writer 

Marlins have agreed to terms on 3-year $40m deal with Martin Prado as first reported by Clark Spencer of Miami Herald. Confirmed.