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Thursday’s HOPE Week Honoree: Furniture Sharehouse

(Photo provided by New York Yankees)

At Thursday’s HOPE Week event, Yankees players Luke Voit, Zack Britton, Gleyber Torres, J.A. Happ, Gio Urshela, Jonathan Holder, Austin Romine and bullpen coach Mike Harkey surprised two local families and Furniture Sharehouse volunteers at their warehouse in Westchester County and helped the families select their furniture. The group then enjoyed lunch together at the facility.

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Mets Lose 2 Pitchers & Game To Cards

(Mets Manager Mickey Callaway and Jason Vargas returning to the dugout after the pitcher had to leave – Photo by Jason Schott)

It was a tough Sunday for the Mets, as they had to place one of their best pitchers, Noah Syndergaard, on the 10-day injured list on Sunday morning, then lost one of their most reliable arms, Jason Vargas, during the game against St. Louis because of a left calf cramp, and then they went on to lose late once again, 4-3, to the Cardinals.

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Mets Pitching A Strength That’s Showing At Just The Right Time

(Zack Wheeler fires a pitch on Thursday afternoon – Photo by Jason Schott)

The Mets’ pitching staff is one of their strengths, as Manager Mickey Callaway always reiterates, and it showed in their series with San Francisco at Citi Field, in which they won two of three capped by a 7-3 win on Thursday afternoon.

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Callaway On Pulling Thor: “I’d like to have that one back”

(San Francisco runners heading to the dugout after scoring in the 10th inning Tuesday night – Photo by Jason Schott)

It is very rare for a manager to admit a mistake, but that is just what the Mets’ Mickey Callaway did on Tuesday night when he was asked about pulling starter Noah Syndergaard in their eventual 9-3 loss to San Francisco.

“I’d like to have that one back.”

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D-Day 75th Anniversary Tribute To Yogi Berra

The Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, which is located on the campus of Montclair State University, will honor the Yankee legend’s D-Day service on the 75th anniversary of the iconic World War II event with a tribute ceremony held in the Museum’s stadium-style theater.

The afternoon program will feature a short program about the significance of the D-Day invasion, as well as the role of Seaman Second Class Lawrence Peter Berra on that historic day.

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