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Wrapping Up A Wild Weekend In New York Sports

Everywhere you looked around the New York-New Jersey area over the weekend there were major sports happenings. Let's take a look.

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NCAA Baseball Tournament 2012: Stony Brook Reaches First College World Series

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'Shock The World' is the slogan the Seawolves are using to describe what they have done in the 2012 NCAA Baseball Tournament, and it's on the money. Stony Brook, a Division III program not that many years ago, will be one of the final eight teams playing when the College World Series begins June 14 in Omaha.

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Subway Series: Russell Martin Homers Twice As Yankees Rally For Sweep Of Mets

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The New York Mets came into the weekend looking like the equals of the mighty New York Yankees. At least, that is what the overall team records said. The Yankees flexed their muscles, however, and put the upstart Mets back in their place.

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2012 Stanley Cup Finals: Devils Stay Alive With Game 5 Victory

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The New Jersey Devils, left for dead after falling in a 3-0 hole against the Los Angeles Kings, have now put the pressure squarely on the shoulders of the Kings. Game 6 is Monday night, and a victory by the Devils would bring Game 7 back to the Prudential Center in Newark. Down 3-0, Devils coach Peter DeBoer said 'Why Not Us?' in reference to a comeback. Well, why not?

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Belmont Stakes 2012: Union Rags Bests Paynter In Photo Finish

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The 2012 Belmont Stakes witnessed the unfortunate retirement of Triple Crown hopeful I'll Have Another. That meant no Triple Crown winner. The race was still spectacular, however, as Union Rags caught Paynter down the stretch for a thrilling victory.

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