David Aardsma

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Ex-Mets Reliever David Aardsma Agrees To Terms With Indians

Aardsma spent most of last season in the Mets’ bullpen. He went 2-2 with a 4.31 ERA in 43 games, striking out 36 and walking 19 in 39 2/3 innings.


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Kallet: Who Stays And Who Goes? Breaking Down The Mets’ Free Agents

The Mets have eight players from last year’s squad who can sign elsewhere via free agency. Should Alderson let them all walk? Should any return for 2014? Let’s take a quick look at each guy.


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Schwei: David Wright’s Legacy, Extra-Inning Games And More Mets Notes

The Mets had an all-time record 46-20 against the Rockies at Shea Stadium, including an 18-2 mark vs. Colorado in the final 20 games between the two clubs at Shea.


David Wright of the New York Mets looks on from the dugout during the first inning against the Kansas City Royals at Citi Field on August 3, 2013. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

With Wright Missing From The Lineup, Royals Top Mets After 12 Innings

Without injured captain David Wright, the Mets lost to the Royals in twelve innings.


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Mets Place Edgin On DL, Call Up Feliciano; Parnell Out With Stiff Neck

The Mets are missing two key cogs in their bullpen, closer Bobby Parnell and setup man Josh Edgin, who are both out as New York opens a series against the Kansas City Royals.


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Mets Ace Harvey Leaves Saturday’s Game With Lower Back Tightness

Mets super rookie Matt Harvey left Saturday’s game due to lower back tightness.


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Mets Call Up Aardsma, Send Down McHugh

The Mets have sent down Collin McHugh and called up David Aardsma from Triple-A Las Vegas


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Mark Teixeira: My Goal Is To Rejoin Yankees On May 1

Mark Teixeira hopes to get the protective brace on his injured right wrist removed on Monday. Speaking before New York’s exhibition game at the Washington Nationals on Friday, he said his goal is to rejoin the Yankees as soon as May 1.


Manager Joe Girardi and GM Brian Cashman of the Yankees. (credit: Leon Halip/Getty Images)

Hartnett: 2013 Brings Uncertainty For Aging Yankees

2013 brings major issues and tons of uncertainty for the aging, payroll-trimming New York Yankees.


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Yankees Exercise $15 Million Options For Robinson Cano, Curtis Granderson

The New York Yankees have exercised their $15 million contract options for second baseman Robinson Cano and outfielder Curtis Granderson for next season. They also exercised their option for reliever David Aardsma.


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Brett Gardner Back With Yankees In Limited Role

Joe Girardi said it will be difficult to find many at-bats for Gardner down the stretch, but he can use the speedy outfielder as a pinch runner and defensive replacement.


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Keefe: State Of The Yankees, Subway Series Edition

Neil Keefe and Sweeny Murti look at the Yankees after two months of play with the Mets headed to the Stadium this weekend for the first part of the Subway Series.


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Yankees’ Rafael Soriano Expected To Remain Closer When David Robertson Returns

Right-hander Rafael Soriano is expected to stay the Yankees’ closer when reliever David Robertson makes his return to the mound, CBSSports.com’s Jon Heyman reported.


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Yankees’ Pettitte Takes ‘Another Good Step’ With Minor-League Start

Yankees starter Andy Pettitte is looking sharp, feeling “good” and getting closer to completing his comeback.


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Sweeny: Yankees Joba Chamberlain Makes His Pitch

Joba Chamberlain took a big step Tuesday in his recovery from Tommy John surgery. Chamberlain stepped all the way to the top of a bullpen mound and cut loose 16 fastballs. It’s the first time he has done that since injuring his elbow last June.