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The Yankees travel to Baltimore today to take on the Orioles at 1 p.m. ET on ESPN/WatchESPN. All eyes will be on rookie sensation Aaron Judge, who's fared fell at the plate against the Orioles this season.

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Jacoby Ellsbury (concussion) is not ready to resume baseball activities, reports Bryan Hoch. Ellsbury was diagnosed last Wednesday after a collision with the outfield wall while making a catch. Aaron Hicks will continue to fill in during his absence.

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Aroldis Chapman (shoulder, rotator cuff inflamation) has resumed playing catch but is not ready to return to the bullpen according to MLB.com. He was able to do some throwing on back-to-back days this past weekend. Dellin Betances will continue to fill in as closer.

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North Carolina's Justin Jackson is scheduled to work out for the Knicks on June 13, a league source confirmed. Some in the Knicks organization are intrigued by Jackson, as ESPN reported earlier this month, due to the 6-8 wing's potential as a player who can impact the game on both ends of the floor. Jackson, who has a 6-11 wingspan, is projected as a mid-first round pick in some mock drafts. So the Knicks, who have the eighth selection, may have to trade for an additional pick to select Jackson in June. Members of the organization had discussed the possibility of acquiring an additional first-round pick earlier this month, per sources. Details of any potential trade for an additional pick have yet to emerge. The New York Post first reported Jackson's scheduled workout with the Knicks.

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Mets take rubber game over Pirates (1:13)
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Duda's homer gets out in a hurry (0:25)
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Duda hits insurance homer for Mets (0:25)

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Mets starter Matt Harvey allowed one run in six innings, his longest start since going seven innings against the Nationals on April 21. Harvey entered with a 9.00 ERA in his previous 4 starts. This start was his second this season of at least 6 innings and 1 earned run allowed.

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Mets right fielder Jay Bruce has 3 hits and 2 RBIs tonight. He entered Sunday hitting .152 with seven hits in his previous 12 games combined.

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Cabrera's double plates two (0:39)

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Mets shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera puts them ahead with a two-run double. It's his first multi-RBI game since April 16 against the Marlins.

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Mets starter Matt Harvey has allowed 12 home runs in 10 starts after yielding one to Gregory Polanco on Sunday. He allowed 8 home runs in 17 starts last season. His career high for home runs allowed is 18 in 29 starts in 2015.

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Harvey surrenders solo homer to Polanco (0:24)
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Inside the Mets' injury-riddled season (1:26)

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Asdrúbal Cabrera no pierde detalle en el turno de Bruce.

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Conforto has been raking from a young age (1:23)

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Michael Conforto is not in the Mets' lineup Sunday night vs. the Pirates. Juan Lagares is starting in CF and batting eighth against Tyler Glasnow.

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Matt Harvey has struggled of late for the Mets, and his career numbers against the Pirates aren't much better (0-1, 5.29 ERA in three starts). It's also been a rough year for Tyler Glasnow, although three of his last five outings have been quality starts.

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