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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - New York Mets
After teetering in early June, the Braves have been on fire ever since and have re-taken the division lead. That and more on this week's Around the NL East.
Cashen was a longtime sports writer in his Baltimore hometown before joining the Orioles and eventually becoming their GM. The Orioles won two titles while Cashen worked for them, but it was in New York where he put his stamp on a franchise.
Injuries and ineffectiveness have plagued Atlanta's rotation recently. Can they recover? That and more as we go Around the NL East.
The Braves still sit atop the division, but will they be able to create distance between them and the other NL East teams? That and more on Around the NL East.
Yet another extra-inning game was fine by the New York Mets, provided they won.
A baserunning blunder contributed to another extra-inning loss for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Reid Brignac's first start for the Philadelphia Phillies ended with him being mobbed by his teammates.
Chris Young made no excuses for a costly error, even though it was quite windy.
Buddy Carlyle had a memorable return to the big leagues. Now, he and his New York Mets teammates would like to get some rest.
David Wright had an RBI single with two outs in the 14th inning, leading the New York Mets to a 5-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies in the second straight marathon game between the teams.
It's no secret: Bartolo Colon simply sticks with his fastball.
Moments before the game, rapper 50 Cent went into his best windup and was comically off target with a ceremonial first pitch that sailed way wide of home plate.
50 Cent was on the mound, but not on the money.
Hard to imagine one day on the job was truly enough for new Mets hitting coach Lamar Johnson to make much of a difference. It only looked that way.
The New York Mets placed speedy outfielder Eric Young Jr. on the 15-day disabled Monday list because of a strained right hamstring.