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In the Sunday baseball notes we take a position-by-position look at the Mets and Yankees.
Meanwhile, in Game 2 of the Subway Series, the Mets beat the Yankees again, 10-7. Brian Heyman has the story.
At what point could this mess cost Joe Tore his job? That’s the question now.
Tom Glavine won his 295th game despite not pitching his best. Rod Boone has that story.
David Wright broke out of his funk at the right time for the Mets, John Delcos writes.
The Yankees need these games more than the Mets do. But it didn’t look that way, as columnist Rick Carpiniello points out.
Darrell Rasner will be out three months with a fractured finger. This notebook also has news on Endy Chavez, the rotation for the Red Sox series and Jorge Posada reaching a milestone.
Willie Randolph had a big day before the game even started as he delivered the commencement address at Fordham and watched his daughter graduate. Ernie Palladino was there.
If you’re interested in reading what’s going on with the Mets, check out the LoHud Mets Blog.