New York Teams

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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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Aaron Judge tied Mike Trout for the MLB lead in homers at 16 with his first career grand slam Sunday. The 377-foot blast was his third-shortest home run of the season.

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Judge drills grand slam for 16th HR of season (0:32)

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CC Sabathia evened his all-time mark against the Athletics to 11-11 with a win on Saturday. Sabathia now owns a W-L percentage of .500 or greater against 28 of the 30 major league teams. He's the only pitcher, active or not, who owns a .500-or-better winning percentage against as many as 28 of the 30 current MLB teams. (Elias Sports Bureau)

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Mike Trout's MLB-leading 16th home run was also his longest of the year by nearly 20 feet. George Springer, Shin-Soo Choo and Colby Rasmus also reached season-longs with their blasts, while Lucas Duda's 447-footer was the third of his six homers this year to eclipse 440 feet.

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Mets looking to move forward with Harvey (1:02)

1927 Yankees diary

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