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Jimmy Hascup is a contributor to SB Nation New York. A graduate of American University, Hascup has interned at FanHouse and Baseball Prospectus. He's also contributed to Rotoprofessor.com and SNYRangersblog.com. You can follow Jimmy on twitter at: twitter.com/jhascup22.

Mets make out well in R.A. Dickey trade

It's hard to argue with the Mets' decision to trade that sent R.A. Dickey to the Blue Jays.

R.A. Dickey: Where could Mets' ace end up?

Taking a quick look at the potential landing spots for the Cy Young winner with trade talks reportedly heating up.

Alderson: Mets won't look too different next year

The Mets' GM acknowledged that there's probably not a lot of changes on the horizon, meaning the 2013 team will most likely look very similar to the one in 2012.

Hopes dashed, NHL labor talks hit another impasse

Negotiations have stalled yet again after it seemed like a resolution was near. Now it's back to square one.

New York Mets winter meetings preview

The Mets have a trade chip. They have a lots of needs. A limited payroll makes signing pricey free agents tough, but that doesn't mean general manager Sandy Alderson won't be active in this week's winter meetings in Nashville, Tenn.

Closer look at David Wright's extension, Q&A style

The Mets have seemingly kept their franchise player in town for the rest of his career, but was it the right move and what comes next? SB Nation NY takes a look.

David Wright calls reports of offers 'inaccurate'

David Wright spoke to MLB Trade Rumors, and he said the reports that came out Tuesday "disappointed" him because they were untrue.

League, union will meet Monday as lockout drags on

Despite commissioner Gary Bettman's suggestion to take a two-week break from negotiations, the two sides will get together.

R.A. Dickey has 2-year deal on table from Mets

The Mets continue to negotiate with the Cy Young winner.

Brad Richards, NHLers to play in Sandy relief game

Brad Richards has teamed with the Flyers' Scott Hartnell to host a charity game to benefit the victims of Superstorm Sandy.