New York Teams

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Golic unfazed by Norman's warning to OBJ (1:58)
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Yankees get some pop in win over M's (0:52)
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Sabathia on point in win over Mariners (1:36)
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Cespedes makes fantastic catch at the wall (0:17)
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Mets top Cardinals for third straight win (1:09)

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Erik Goeddel is returning to the Mets from Triple-A Las Vegas. Jon Niese is headed to the disabled list with the left knee injury.

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Jon Niese is headed to the doctor in New York on Wednesday. He is expected to land on the DL. He felt a pop in his knee and shooting pain down his left leg. He originally suffered the injury in June with Pittsburgh. Niese is unsure whether surgery will be required until Wednesday's exam.

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Robert Gsellman reacts after earning the win in relief in his major league debut after Jon Niese abruptly departed with a knee injury.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Terry Collins said he is unaware of any new discomfort with Yoenis Cespedes' right leg despite the appearance on TV of Cespedes having some difficulty.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Terry Collins says Robert Gsellman would be the logical choice to start Sunday against the Phillies, especially if Jon Niese lands on the disabled list because of his left knee discomfort.

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Ellsbury's two-run shot gives Yanks lead (0:32)
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Flores has Mets up early with three-run home run (0:19)
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Ruggiano destroys baseball for Tuesday's longest homer (0:21)
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Richburg could have break out season

Weston Richburg moved back to center last season, where he flashed signs of being one of the league's top players at his natural position, writes Jordan Ranaan. Don't be surprised to see him named to the Pro Bowl and possibly All-Pro team. Players who could have breakout seasons in 2016

1927 Yankees diary

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