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Mets' Matt Harvey won't let illness stop him from making his start vs. Braves

Matt Harvey came down with an illness Monday night, manager Terry Collins said, but the Mets righthander will still make his scheduled start Tuesday night against the Braves.Harvey received some “fluids” Tuesday, according to Collins, and said he felt better after struggling Monday.“He was sick yesterday. Kathy Willens/AP Matt Harvey got loaded up with fluids Monday and feels well enough to pitch vs. So he came in today and said he’s ready to go,” Collins said Tuesday afternoon.
Daily News
04/05
48 Points
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Mets manager Terry Collins gets what he needs out of Bartolo Colon

Kathy Willens/AP Bartolo Colon tosses eight shutout innings and does it in just 88 pitches. Those kind of dictate when I think he should come out.” Related Stories Mets homer three times in first inning in 4-1 win over Braves . With all of the young Mets horses being lauded for their blazing fastballs while working under closely-monitored pitch counts, what is Terry Collins’ strategy when the lone old horse in the starting rotation, Bartolo Colon, takes the mound.
Daily News
03/05
25 Points
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Mets make sure they see plenty of pitches 

I think either way, if you have a team that’s not necessarily looking at pitches, but getting balls they can hit, and they’re hitting ’em, that works too.”LEAN BACKYoenis Cespedes’ and Lucas Duda’s first-inning home runs represented the fifth time this season the Mets have hit back-to-back jacks and the first time since April 23 at Atlanta. So you’ve got to keep mentally ready.” Related Stories Mets homer three times in first inning in 4-1 win over Braves .
Daily News
03/05
24 Points
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Mets outfielder Juan Lagares starting to show signs of life at plate

Collins would like to see Robles mixing up more of his pitches.“I’d like to see him use his changeup. With a single Sunday, the former starting shortstop is hitting .125 this season.ROBLES DEVELOPINGHansel Robles gave up an RBI-single to Hunter Pence Sunday after a six-pitch at-bat against the Giants’ right fielder. Seth Wenig/AP Juan Lagares disagrees with a strike call but he still goes 2-for-4 on Sunday.
Daily News
02/05
14 Points
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Struggling David Wright gets day off to rest back; Wilmer Flores hits first HR of season

Wright struck out against Steven Okert.Collins acknowledges that Wright is struggling . We’ll just continue to work with him and hopefully it gets better.”Could Wright be pressing. He also wanted Wright to get an at-bat against a lefty reliever to help prep for Bumgarner. Al Bello/Getty Images David Wright is expected to be back in the lineup Sunday against Giants ace Madison Bumgarner David Wright was not in the Mets’ starting lineup Saturday for their game against the Giants.
Daily News
01/05
6 Points
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What happened when a Colorado mom let her 11-year-old hike ahead by herself

I was on a walk with my daughters at Pineridge Natural Area near our home when I got a call from a park ranger."Is this Chloe's mother?" said a stern voice on the other end of the line. But I worry more about my daughters growing up fearful of our awe-inspiring world and missing out on the benefits of being alone in it. Chloe has always liked to hike faster than the rest of the family, with just her thoughts as company.
The Denver Post
29/04
3 Points
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Giants' Landon Collins has no regrets about attending NFL draft

Hannah Foslien/Getty Images Giants safety Landon Collins waits a long time in the green room at the NFL draft last year. To Landon Collins, the Giants’ second-year safety, all the anxiety and embarrassment of last spring’s NFL draft was worth it.“I’d still go,” Collins said Wednesday. Frustrated, Collins left Chicago that night, heading home to New Orleans.“It was tough,” he said.
Daily News
28/04
9 Points
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Sports Tyler Collins 'embarrassed' for flipping bird, apologizes to Detroit

I’m absolutely embarrassed that happened and I’m very sorry to everybody in Detroit. But like I said, I apologize completely and I’m embarrassed at myself and I know my family is embarrassed at me and I’m sure these guys are, too, so I’m sorry that happened.”Collins went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts.“It’s clearly something that can’t happen,” manager Brad Ausmus said. The Tigers won to snap a four-game losing streak, 7-3.“Completely it was frustration,” Collins said.
USA Today
26/04
4 Points

Sports Watch: Detroit Tigers outfielder flips off home crowd

The sounds of boos cascading down at his home park was enough to make Detroit Tigers outfielder Tyler Collins flip out.Collins lost a fly ball in the lights in the Tigers' 7-3 win over the A's on Monday. That led to boos from the Comerica Park crowd in Detroit and Collins didn't take kindly to the response. The ball hit by Marcus Semien dropped in front of Collins in center field for a double and Semien moved over to third on an error by Justin Upton after the left fielder came over and kicked it.
San Jose Mercury News
26/04
10 Points

Sports Tigers' Collins flips middle finger at his own booing fans

"To be at home and to hear boos after that play hit a trigger inside of me and I lashed out completely inappropriately," Collins said after Detroit beat the A's 7-3. DETROIT -- Detroit Tigers center fielder Tyler Collins directed an obscene gesture at booing home fans after losing a ball in the lights Monday night. "I spoke to Tyler immediately in the dugout, in the tunnel, after it happened and I spoke to him after the game. He regrets it." Collins entered batting .100 with one RBI.
San Jose Mercury News
26/04
4 Points
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Tigers outfielder Tyler Collins gives middle finger after fans boo him for losing fly ball in lights 

Tigers outfielder Tyler Collins appears to have some profane words for the hometown fans. It takes thick skin to be a professional athlete.Someone should tell Tigers outfielder Tyler Collins that.Collins lost a ball in the lights during Monday’s game against the Athletics, letting it drop in front of him as A’s shortstop Marcus Semien made it all the way to third base due to the gaffe.The fans took exception that Collins didn’t make the play, booing the 25-year-old.
Daily News
26/04
3 Points

Sports Colorado State's Green vs. Gold game becomes D vs. O game

After the Green and Gold game at Hughes Stadium on Saturday, Colorado State coach Mike Bobo wryly admitted he feels better coming out of spring practice than he did a year ago after taking over the program from Jim McElwain."I probably might have seemed positive, but I didn't think we could win a game last year after spring," Bobo said, then laughed. "I thought we got better every day individually, I thought we got better as a football team."Spring games tend to be eye-of-the-beholder propositions.
The Denver Post
24/04
5 Points
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Yoenis Cespedes leaves Mets game after aggravating leg injury

“I’m fine,” Collins said.BACK TO WORKJacob deGrom threw his scheduled bullpen session in Port St. After post-birth complications, deGrom and his wife Stacey were finally able to bring their son home on Monday. Yoenis Cespedes left Friday night’s rain-delayed 6-3 win over the Braves in the middle of the eighth inning after aggravating the bruise on his right thigh. After a visit from trainer Ray Ramirez and Collins at second, where he was in obvious pain, Cespedes remained in the game.
Daily News
23/04
11 Points
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Mini horse gets his groove back with special hoof

Veterinarians at the hospital had to amputate the leg in order for Shine to survive.According to Colorado State University, owners Jacque Corsentino and Lee Vigil told veterinarians to "do whatever it takes" to give the horse another chance at a normal life.And thanks to Shine's size . He is preparing to leave the teaching hospital and return home to his ranch in Florence, Colorado, later this week."He is so comforting. You know when you have horrible days? Shine is my therapy," Corsentino said.
USA Today
22/04
3 Points
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