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Mets win in 14 | Amazin' Stories | NorthJersey.com

blog.northjersey.com — NEW YORK - The Mets were able to avoid the sweep with a 4-3 win in 14. Curtis Granderson had the walk-off sacrifice fly. He went 0-for-6. "To take away any positive from today, any day, is a good thing," Granderson said. "Hopefully something I can carry over into tomorrow."

Farnsworth to close; Granderson moved up

blog.northjersey.com — NEW YORK -Kyle Farnsworth will replace Jose Valverde as the Mets closer, according to manager Terry Collins. Valverde has allowed eight runs in his last three outings. "I know he's still got stuff to get people out. I want him to start using his other pitches a little bit," Collins said.
RT @MattEhalt: Here's the pregame notes on the closer change and the lineup switch with Granderson to second: blog.northjersey.com/mets/3388/farn…
Here's the pregame notes on the closer change and the lineup switch with Granderson to second: blog.northjersey.com/mets/3388/farn…

Basketball - NorthJersey.com

northjersey.com — This was the first game of the NBA playoffs, but for most of the second half it sounded more like what you'd hear on a playground. Midway through the third quarter, the shot clocks malfunctioned. The backups also failed, which meant the final 18 minutes of the game were played with the public address announcer serving as a human shot clock.
Also, the first game of the NBA playoffs featured a human shot clock. Good times. northjersey.com/mobile/sports/…

North Jersey runners going back to Boston Marathon for all the right reasons

northjersey.com — Craig Cinelli and Rob Yevchak will return Monday to the Boston Marathon, a year after the Allendale men and their families stood just yards from the bombs that killed three and injured more than 260. They are among the dozens of North Jersey marathoners running to show their defiance and resolve in the face of terrorism.
'I don’t want to be bullied. It’s a symbolic way of fighting back.' Boston Marathon runners return a yr after tragedy bit.ly/1niwvGW

Freeman’s bogus single and post-game notes

blog.northjersey.com — Everything you want to know about the Mets J.P. Pelzman, filling in for Matt With a .323 career average against them, it's not as if Freddie Freeman has much trouble getting hits versus the Mets. Yet that's exactly what home-plate umpire Eric Cooper and rest of the crew did Saturday night.
Post-game Mets' notes, including Terry Collins mulling changes at cleanup and closer: blog.northjersey.com/mets/3385/free… #mets

Fire & Ice

blogs.northjersey.com — The Albany Devils wrapped up their regular season today with a 5-2 victory over Springfield to finish with a 40-23-5-8 record for 93 points. The 40 wins in the 76-game schedule are the most the Devils' AHL team has had since the Albany River Rats won 46 games (46-26-6-2) in 80 games in 1998-99.
Albany Devils to face St. John’s in first round of Calder Cup playoffs (full schedule included): The Albany De... bit.ly/1tnr0rZ

Sports - NorthJersey.com

northjersey.com — AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Chris Young Brooklyn Nets' Deron Williams shoots on Toronto Raptors' Kyle Lowry during the second half of Game 1 of an opening-round NBA basketball playoff series, in Toronto on Saturday, April 19, 2014. TORONTO - Paul Pierce walked off the floor and extended two fingers straight toward the Air Canada Centre roof.
The Nets sent a message to the Raptors in Game 1 and, unlike Masai Ujiri, they didn't need profanity to do it: northjersey.com/mobile/sports/…

Albany Devils to face St. John’s in first round of Calder Cup playoffs (full schedule included)

blogs.northjersey.com — Albany Devils to face St. John's in first round of Calder Cup playoffs (full schedule included) The Albany Devils wrapped up their regular season today with a 5-2 victory over Springfield to finish with a 40-23-5-8 record for 93 points.
Fire & Ice blog post with full schedule of Albany Devils-St. John's playoff series: blogs.northjersey.com/blogs/fireice/…

Paul Pierce defies age, defenses for Nets

northjersey.com — Net brings savvy to playoffs Twenty years later, Paul Pierce's first impression remains fresh in Jason Collins' mind. It was the summer of 1994, and Collins was getting ready to face Pierce's team at an AAU tournament in Las Vegas. Collins, then a 15-year-old big man, had much bigger concerns than Pierce.
RT @art_stapleton: Good read from Record teammate @andy_vasquez on Paul Pierce defying age, defenses as Nets open playoffs - http://t.co/…
Good read from Record teammate @andy_vasquez on Paul Pierce defying age, defenses as Nets open playoffs - northjersey.com/cm/2.1593/spor…

Pre-game notes | Amazin' Stories | NorthJersey.com

blog.northjersey.com — J.P. Pelzman in again for Matt tonight Manager Terry Collins was asked before the game about a strange play that occurred last night. Travis d'Arnaud grounded out to second to end the second inning on a very close play. The Mets believed he was safe and considered challenging the call.
Pre-game Mets notes, including John Lannan accepting his demotion to Class AAA Las Vegas: blog.northjersey.com/mets/3383/pre-… #Mets

Lodi teachers faces DWI charge in Route 46 crash; Bergen officer still critical

northjersey.com — A Bergen County Police Department officer was critically injured in a violent crash on Route 46 in Lodi early Saturday morning, and a 36-year-old teacher at Lodi High School is facing drunken-driving charges in the incident, authorities announced. Officer Daniel Breslin, 39, pulled up alongside another county police vehicle operated by Officer Frank Canaje, around 1:50 a.m.
My thoughts and prayers go out to old HHS friend + his family. Keep fighting, Danny Bres - we're all pulling for you northjersey.com/cm/2.1593/news…

NHL: Playoffs bring out best in Rangers' Brian Boyle

northjersey.com — ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO GREENBURGH, N.Y. - His recent regular-season numbers don't show it but Brian Boyle believes - strongly - he still has an upside to his offensive game in the NHL. The playoffs, though, have been different for the Rangers' fourth-line left wing. The last two years, he's certainly made an impact.
RT @AGrossRecord: Not suddenly. Has good history RT @AlexJamesFitz Boyle is suddenly good in the postseason, writes @AGrossRecord: http://t…
Not suddenly. Has good history RT @AlexJamesFitz Boyle is suddenly good in the postseason, writes @AGrossRecord: bit.ly/1jimh2q #NYR
Today's Record: Boyle, good in Game 1, has been solid playoff performer, which can't hurt when it comes to a new pact bit.ly/1jimh2q

Chelsea Clinton expecting 1st child

northjersey.com — Chelsea Clinton says she and her husband are expecting their first child later this year.
Rollout of Child Chelsea has started. Ultra sound updates to follow, timed for 6-to-9 MSNBC news slot northjersey.com/news/chelsea-c…

Ridgewood YMCA bookkeeper accused of stealing $40,000

northjersey.com — A Ridgewood YMCA bookkeeper has been accused of diverting about $40,000 in the organization's funds for her personal use, police said. Catherine Easer, 54, of Mahwah, was arrested April 10, charged with third degree theft and released, Ridgewood Police said on their Facebook page.
Ridgewood YMCA bookkeeper accused of stealing $40,000 - News - NorthJersey.com shar.es/TdS6r via @sharethis

Bergen Community College professor suspended over 'Game of Thrones' quote on daughter's T-shirt

northjersey.com — No one has lost a head or slain a dragon or staged a purple wedding. Not yet, anyway. But a bloodless modern-day version of "Game of Thrones" may be afoot this semester at Bergen Community College, where a quote from the dark and wildly popular HBO TV fantasy series has ignited a bizarre controversy involving a teacher suspension and allegations of payback against the backdrop of a protracted labor dispute.
Prof suspended for Game of Thrones quote. “For God’s sake, I’m a middle-aged art professor—I don’t own any firearms.” northjersey.com/news/bergen-co…
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