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Subway Series Shows Two Teams That Are Not That Far Apart


Terry Collins, the Mets ’ manager, walked into the postgame news conference at Yankee Stadium on Monday with his cap tugged down tight, his eyes shadowed.


Continue reading the main story During the past half-decade, Cashman and the Yankees became too entranced by ancient veterans and the retiring immortals Mariano Rivera and Derek Jeter.


Sandy Alderson , the Mets’ general manager, in past seasons has made excellent pickpocket trades; he has had less success filching prospects this year.


Curtis Granderson hit a rocket that fell just inside the right-field seats, and Yoenis Cespedes whacked a shot to right center that glanced off the side of the glove of a leaping Judge.


So Asdrubal Cabrera, the team’s game if leaden-legged shortstop, bridled at taking a seat, while Rosario, who is the future, remained with the Las Vegas minor league team.




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