The New York Mets (51-54) and San Francisco Giants (56-48) will close out a four-game National League series on Thursday afternoon at AT&T Park, with the first pitch scheduled for 3:45 ET

New York Mets at San Francisco Giants   

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The Philadelphia Phillies (36-46) and New York Mets (44-37) will continue a National League East series on Wednesday afternoon at Citi Field, with the first pitch scheduled for 1:10 ET

Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets

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The New York Yankees (41-28) and New York Mets (39-32) will continue the 2012 Subway Series on Saturday night at Citi Field in the Big Apple, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:15 ET on FOX

New York Yankees at New York Mets

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The New York Mets look to make it two in a row over the Los Angeles Dodgers in their three-game series at Citi Field

Los Angeles Dodgers at New York Mets

Dodgers OF Andre Ethier enters Saturday's game versus the Mets with a 30-game hitting streak

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While we wait for the offshore sportsbooks to post home run derby betting odds for the outright winner, we can glance over the opening home run derby odds for the player matchups.  At first glance Miguel Cabrera looks like the bookmakers favorite to win the 2010 home run derby once betting lines are posted. 

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For some it’s one of the most exciting contests of the All-Star experience, for others it’s just plain boring. Some of the league’s best sluggers are set to face off in the 2010 MLB Homerun Derby Monday.

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The Raptors just can’t catch a break. They are just barely hanging on to a playoff spot – one that is worthless anyway because it just means they’ll get crushed by the Cavs – and now they have to try to hold off the Bulls without Chris Bosh. Bosh tried to eat Antawn Jamison’s elbow last night. The hit wasn’t intentional, but it was so hard that he smashed his face, broke bones, and will be missing some time. The Raptors are lousy with Bosh, and without him they are impossibly bad. It’s possible that Bosh has played his last game for Toronto. What a pathetic organization the Raptors have turned into.

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