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A Citi Bike worker in Union Square takes a break from helping people sign up to use the bike share system, which began one year ago today. / AARON ADLER, METRO

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Mass shooting. The father of a 20-year-old killed in Friday’s rampage in California says his son’s death could have been prevented if there weren’t a ‘bunch of idiots’ running the government. Sandy Hook. Richard Martinez says Congress should have acted after the Newtown shootings. PAGE 08


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Citi Bike celebrates its first birthday Cycle city. The New York City bike share established itself in its inaugural year. Citi Bike is all grown up. The ambitious system, operated by NYC Bike Share, turns 1 on Tuesday. While questions remain about the bike share’s future expansion and funding, Citi Bike still has much to celebrate. Since launching with 6,000 bikes on May 27, 2013, Citi Bike has stacked up an impressive number of riders and trips within the 332-station system. From the number of reported crashes to the total miles traveled, here’s how Citi Bike did after one year: ANNA SANDERS @AnnaESanders anna.sanders@metro.us

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“Sometimes there’s an issue when trying to return them, but its great for the community and city.” Pauly Burke, 40, Chelsea

A rider prepares to take a Citi Bike out onto the road over Memorial Day weekend. / AARON ADLER, METRO Facts The bike share has also given out more than: • •

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50 bags of coffee from Brooklyn Roasting Company Number of riders’ pants replaced by Citi Bike: 1

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At a construction pit on First Avenue and Houston Street

The bikes have also been retrieved from the three boroughs not yet served by the system.

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8,759,138 Total trips taken on New York Citi Bikes

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Most trips in a single day, on Oct. 2, 2013

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The police crackdown will last for a week.

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The New York City Police Department is embarking on its third publicly announced initiative to enforce traffic laws around the boroughs. Starting on Monday, police began to track moving violations within 21 specific precincts across the city. The effort is scheduled to end June 1. The crackdown is tied to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s broader Vision

On the lookout Police will be looking out for those running red lights, turning improperly, disobeying traffic signs and other violations.

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There have been at least 88 traffic-related deaths in the city in 2014, 44 of which were pedestrians.

Zero campaign, which is meant to drive down and eliminate pedestrian deaths and injuries. Over the last two weeks, the NYPD has also announced enforcement efforts related to speeding — yielding more than 5,000 summonses — as well as cell phone use while driving and failure to yield to pedestrians — resulting in more than 4,800 summonses. CHESTER JESUS SORIA


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Bronx. Teenager who threw deadly blow turns self in to cops A 19-year-old man faces a misdemeanor assault charge after he slapped a European tourist who later died in front of a Bronx bodega on Friday. Cops said that Brownie Lopez walked into the 48th Precinct station house over the weekend after surveillance video showed him striking Oliver D’Orio, an Italianborn tourist who was to fly home to Switzerland on Saturday. Video showed Lopez and D’Orio in front of Guerrero Deli Grocery Corp. on Washington Avenue in Belmont early Friday. Multiple reports said that D’Orio, 37, was asking customers at the bodega to buy him beer — including Lopez. After a tense exchange between the two men, D’Orio goes off screen, takes off his shirt and again approaches Lopez, who responded by

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Altercation Oliver D’Orio, 37, an Italian-born tourist, died on Friday when he hit his head on the ground after reportedly being struck by Brownie Lopez, 19. •

D’Orio was declared dead at Saint Barnabas Hospital.

Lopez turned himself in at the 48th Precinct.

landing a single openfaced strike with his right hand. D’Orio fell back on the ground and never got back up. Police found him on the sidewalk unconscious and unresponsive with head trauma. EMS rushed the man to Saint Barnabas Hospital where he was declared dead.

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Fallen remembered during ceremony Mayor Bill de Blasio and Admiral Bill Gortney of U.S. Fleet Command participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum on Memorial Day. Wreaths were laid to honor the veterans of various U.S. wars. He also spoke of his father, who was a World War II veteran. A 100 foot long flag was also unfurled as part of the celebration. This was the Mayor’s first Memorial Day as the leader of the city. / GETTY IMAGES

Legendary jazz musician Miles Davis was remembered on Memorial Day when the city unveiled Miles Davis Way on the corner of 77th Street and West End Avenue. Davis lived on the Upper West Side block for almost 25 years. Hundreds of people turned out to take part in the festivities. Members of Miles Davis’ family participated in the celebration and jazz musicians came to commemorate the event. A street sign was hung up to usher in the name change. Miles Davis would have turned 88 on Monday. A block party in the area where he lived followed the celebration. ALLEN HOUSTON

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Say cheese. Selfie helps police locate teen iPhone thieves A single selfie sent to a victim’s mother’s phone led to the arrest of two Brooklyn teens over the weekend after police circulated the photo of the suspects in connection to an iPhone robbery. Cops said the teens swiped another teenage boy’s iPhone on April 17 at 11:30 p.m. while at a venue on 48th Street in Hell’s Kitchen that was hosting an 18-and-under DJ party at the time. Khayyam Alexander, 16, turned himself over to

authorities on Saturday after police publicly released the selfie — a snapshot of the two teens with broad smiles as they rode the subway away from the Manhattan venue. Investigators said that Fethi Nekrouf, 18, was arrested on Sunday, although the circumstances of the arrest were not immediately clear. However, both teens face charges of petit larceny and of criminal possession of stolen property.

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Rides. The Fantasy Shore Amusement Park will feature NYC-themed rides. Just as the city’s beaches and pools open up in time for summer, Staten Island’s first amusement park in years makes its full debut this weekend. Located along the Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk and Beach near the intersection of Father Capodanno Boulevard and Seaview Avenue, the Fantasy Shore Amusement Park is designed for

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Police said one man died and another is recovering after they were gunned down at a party Monday.

Dowayne Henry, 20, suffered gunshot wounds to his head and abdomen and was declared dead at the scene. Another man, 25, was shot in the back and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. CHESTER JESUS SORIA

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The park is scheduled to be open every weekend until June 26, when it will be open every day through Labor Day.

families and will feature at least four borough-themed rides in its early days. Kids up to 12 years old will be able to ride the Verrazano Viper, Midland Beach Proto, Tea Side Sea Cups and Staten Island Railroad, with more attractions later in the summer. The rides and park will be operated by NY Carousel, the same group behind the Fantasy Forest in Queens’ Flushing Meadows Park. The amusement park was announced as a possible 12-year agreement with the New York City Park’s Department to keep it there long term as a means to drive residents to the public beach. While prices for the individual rides haven’t be confirmed, admission to the park will be free. CHESTER JESUS SORIA @chestersoria chester.soria@metro.us


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Victim’s father blames government ‘idiots’ as town mourns killings Grief. Those killed were all students at the University of California at Santa Barbara. With a California town grieving the deaths of six college students killed by a mentally ill man, one victim’s father on Monday blamed the killings on politicians who failed to tighten gun laws after a mass school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. Richard Martinez, whose son Christopher Michael-Martinez, 20, was gunned down on Friday night in Isla Vista, California, said similar rampages would continue until lawmakers took action on gun control. “We’re all proud to be

Americans. But what kind of message does it send to the world when we have such a rudderless bunch of idiots in government?� Martinez said on CNN. Elliot Rodger, 22, the son of a Hollywood director, fatally stabbed three people in his apartment before shooting three people dead near the University of California at Santa Barbara. He then shot himself. All of those killed were students at the school. Michael-Martinez, described by his father as articulate and tough, was shot inside a deli. He was the last in the killing spree to die. “These people are getting rich sitting in Congress. And what do they do? They don’t take care of our kids,� he said. Legislation after Sandy Hook to extend back-

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Blumenthal, a Democrat from Connecticut, said on CBS’s “Face the Nation� program that the legislation, which failed last year, could be revised to emphasize the mental condition of potential gun buyers. “Obviously, not every kind of gun violence is going to be prevented by laws out of Washington,� he said. “But at least we can

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China last week summoned the U.S. Ambassador to China, Max Baucus, to protest against the U.S. indictment, saying it had seriously harmed relations. / COLOURBOX

Widespread. “U.S. spying operations penetrate every corner of China,” the report said. Beijing accused the United States on Monday of “unscrupulous” cyber surveillance that included large-scale computer attacks against the Chinese government and Chinese companies. The report, titled “America’s Global Surveillance Record,” was published one week after the United States accused five Chinese military officers of hacking into U.S. companies to steal trade secrets. The publication accused the United States of

“waging large-scale cyberattacks” against China. “Targets of American surveillance include the Chinese government and Chinese leaders, Chinese companies, scientific research institutes, ordinary netizens and a large number of cell phone users,” the report said. Huawei Technologies Co., the Ministry of Commerce, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Tencent Holdings Ltd.’s popular instant message service were

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among NSA targets, it said. The Cyber Space academy report cited foreign newspaper reports of U.S. cyber spying based on documents revealed by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. A subsequent investigation “carried out by various Chinese government departments over several months confirmed the existence of snooping activities directed against China,” the report said.

the journal Pediatrics on Monday. People typically get the iodine they need from table salt, which in the U.S. is fortified with iodide. Eating processed foods exposes Americans to salt that is not iodized, however. Past research has suggested about one-third of pregnant women in the U.S. are marginally iodine deficient, the group said. REUTERS

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Obama to lay out defense of foreign policy Stung by criticism, President Barack Obama will use a speech on Wednesday to launch a sweeping defense of his approach to foreign policy, one that he will say is reliant on multilateral diplomacy instead of military interventions. Obama is to deliver the commencement address at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York. REUTERS

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Clean air. China to scrap millions of cars in anti-pollution initiative China plans to take more than 5 million aging vehicles off the roads this year in a bid to improve air quality, with 330,000 cars set to be decommissioned in Beijing alone, the government said in a policy document published on Monday. Pollution has emerged as an urgent priority for China’s leaders as they try to reverse the damage done by decades of breakneck growth and head off public anger about the

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Prep for the SAT from the comfort of your own phone Study tips. High schoolers are utilizing apps to get ready for standardized tests. Put away your flash cards — a new crop of mobile apps is putting a 21st century twist on studying for the SAT. Until recently, the basics of standardized test preparation have been the same for generations: Get a bunch of review books, maybe take a prep course, and then sharpen your

pencils and dive into a pile of practice tests. But Mark Anestis is one of many educators and app developers who is working to change that. For 15 years, Anestis has been running The Learning Edge, a Connecticut-based tutoring company, and has created two study apps to help students tackle the sometimes daunting exams. “My philosophy with test prep is that it’s important that the kids enjoy what they are doing while doing it,” explains Anestis. The longtime tutor describes the SAT and ACT as “game-like” tests and

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The world’s most-talkedabout couple are now the world’s most-talked-about married couple. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were married over the weekend in a lavish ceremony that seemed second only to royalty. Don’t let Kris Jenner hear us say that! Here is the lowdown on the high-society event.

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The dress Kim’s gorgeous gown, designed by Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci, featured handmade lace work that reached down her arms with sheer paneling covering her back, reports say. A long silk veil, smooth hair worn down and a simple bouquet completed the look.

The guests Select invitees were treated to a rehearsal dinner and gardens tour at Palace of Versailles in France then flown to Florence, Italy, for the nuptials and reception at Forte di Belvedere. Guests throughout the weekend included John Legend and Chrissy Teigen,

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next month, by the way.) “The main thing for me is that I have grown as a person,� she continues. “Before, it was all similar sounds, and very pop and very young as well, and now I feel like I’m at the point where I’m able to express myself in a completely different way.� The recent video for her “Sirens� single is definitely a different way of expressing herself. It features a tearful Lloyd singing in the kitchen as the DEA barges in and arrests the bad boys who are involved in some nondescript illegal narcotic activity in her dining room. “It’s not necessarily bubblegum pop,� says the singer about the new material. When talking further about the different sound, Lloyd says she credits the change to her increased involvement in making “Sorry I’m Late.� “Every song on this album was picked by me, not by guys in suits,� she says. When we ask Lloyd if her song, “M.F.P.O.T.Y.� (it stands for Mother F— ing Party Of The Year) is a contender for this year’s Song of the Summer, she is humble. “I’m not sure,� she says. “I’m the type of artist that lets something go and do its own thing because I know my fans are really passionate. And it will possibly be their song for the summer.� PAT HEALY @metrousmusic

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Newport, Rhode Island Gilded Age tycoons flocked to the charming seaside city of Newport to build their summer “cottages” at the turn of the century. Early examples of these homes — such as Isaac Bell’s shingled house — actually resemble cottages. With the arrival of the Vanderbilts came opulent mansions modeled on European palaces. Though the mansions are Newport’s claim to fame, there’s plenty to do in this historic city.

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Portsmouth, New Hampshire The charming coastal city of Portsmouth was originally settled in 1623 as Strawbery Banke, and its colonial legacy lives on at the Strawbery Banke Museum. This 10-acre living history exhibit proudly displays houses, gardens, shops and taverns from the 1600s and 1700s. In fact, the whole town is full of colonial, Federal, Georgian and Victorian house museums. Modernday amusements include laid-back pubs serving local craft beer to a lively local music scene. Go to www.fodors.com for more expert travel tips. Fodor’s. Travel intelligence.

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Letters

Horoscope

Gemini | May 22-June 20. Appearances can be deceiving. Refrain from making an important decision until you have all the details.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Someone you care deeply about needs attention. Make an effort to show gratitude and affection.

Cancer | June 21-July 22. Gain some insight about who you and your associates are. Start a dialogue about your past, and urge others to share theirs.

Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. If something has been bothering you, take action. Get professional advice or consider taking a break from whatever is causing you stress.

Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Finding the right balance can be difficult. Look for the best way to manage your time effectively so you don’t fall behind. Being too proud to ask for help will be your downfall.

Scorpio|Oct. 23-Nov. 21. It’s time to move forward in your personal life. Face up to emotional issues and decide what is right for you. Reconnect with an old friend.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22Dec. 21. Check out an opportunity to advance from your current position. You’ll move ahead in the long run.

Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Get together with someone for an enjoyable outing. Be honest about the way you feel. Open communication will help.

Elect Clinton for historical significance

Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan. 20. Favorable attention will come your way today. Your talent and charm are a winning combination. A decision that you’ve been avoiding can be dealt with.

Aries | March 21-April 20. Work changes are imminent. This is a good time to go for interviews. You may consider starting your own business.

Nothing angers me more than when people in the media compare that mediocre Jeb Bush to the great Hillary Clinton. First of all, the Bushes are a political dynasty; the Clintons are not. The Clintons are a team. The dictionary definition of a dynasty is a family of rulers who rule over a country for a long period of time. There have been four generations of Bushes and one generation of Clintons. Hillary Clinton has been the most dominant political figure of the last 20 years (and that includes her husband). How many books or covers of magazines has Jeb Bush appeared on? Hillary Clinton is one of the most famous wom-

Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb. 18. You will need to make an extra effort to get along with others today. Use tact with someone who is feeling sensitive and insecure.

Taurus | April 21-May 21. You may be caught in an emotional whirlwind. If you find matters too confusing, back away from the situation to give yourself time. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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en in the world and the most respected woman in the United States. The only time Jeb Bush achieved national prominence is when he used Nazi tactics to steal the presidency for his worthless dim-witted brother. Otherwise, very few people know who Jeb Bush is on a national level. Unlike Hillary, there is no grassroots support for Jeb Bush except among the media and the donor class. If Hillary Clinton was elected president, it would be a milestone in U.S. election history because electing the first female president and breaking that glass ceiling would be historic. REBA SHIMANSKY, VIA EMAIL

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NHL playoffs. The Rangers have a chance to close out the conference finals in Game 5 on Tuesday night.

The Rangers made a habit of playing a man down in Game 4. Overtime win aside, they’d like to play with five players on the ice in Game 5. The Blueshirts have a chance to clinch their first trip to the Stanley Cup Finals since 1994 Tuesday night on the road in Montreal. But they’ll have to be more disciplined to do so. “We were definitely undisciplined,” Carl Hagelin said after the Game 4 win. “We took a few too many tripping and highsticking calls. The refs are always going to call those. We have got to play smarter in [Game 5] but we did a great job on the [penalty kill].” The Canadiens were on the power play eight times for more than 14 minutes of game time. And the Rangers allowed just one score, tempered by a short-handed goal of their own by Hagelin. The Rangers are 12-1

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The Rangers have jumped out to a 3-1 lead in the series. •

Game 1: Rangers 7, Canadiens 2

Game 2: Rangers 3, Canadiens 1

Game 3: Canadiens 3, Rangers 2

Game 4: Rangers 3, Canadiens 2 (OT)

Game 5: at Canadiens, Tuesday, 8 p.m., NBCSN

Game 6: at Rangers, May 29, 8 p.m., NBCSN

Game 7: at Canadiens, May 31, 8 p.m., NBCSN

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“You just have to keep the same mindset that you had for the first four or five games. You don’t think about what’s ahead.” Henrik Lundqvist, goaltender, on trying to stay focused on closing out the series after going up 3-1 with a win in Game 4

all time in series in which they lead 3-1. But that one loss came fairly recently — in 2009 against the Capitals. There aren’t a lot of players remaining from that team, but Henrik Lundqvist started in net and Marc Staal and Dan Girardi were also regulars. A veteran-laden squad should also help out with any fears over the Rangers taking it easy and letting the series slip away. After all, they were just on the other side of a 1-3 deficit against the Penguins. “I remember sitting in here down 3-1 against Pittsburgh,” Brad Richards said. “They will feel bad [Sunday], but [Tuesday] they will wake up in front of their home crowd and once that game starts, 3-1, you throw that out the window and it is back in the battle again.” It’s no surprise the players would repeat the “one game at a time” mantra, though. “We are obviously up 3-1, but we know how that can turn if we don’t do the things we need to do,” Hagelin said. “Our focus now is on the next game.” MARK OSBORNE @MetroNYSports

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Derek Stepan traveled with the team to Montreal for Game 5, but it still appears unlikely the forward will play. Stepan broke his jaw on a hit by Brandon Prust in Game 3 and did not attend Game 4. Head coach Alain Vigneault didn’t count out Stepan entirely, though. “I couldn’t say right now,” Vigneault told reporters at Monday’s media availability. “I have no idea.” Canadiens goalie Carey Price actually skated with his teammates Monday, but is still ruled out for the rest of the series. METRO

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Sox snap 10-game slide The Red Sox finally came back to the land of the living with an 8-6 win over Atlanta on Monday. The Sox, who hadn’t won since May 14, came back from a five-run deficit thanks in part to a David Ortiz three-run homer to tie the game at 6-6.


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Hill talks growth, literal and mental, in offseason NFL. Jets receiver Stephen Hill has been a target of complaining fans, but he says heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s improved. Stephen Hill says heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s spent this offseason growing as a football player. But physically, the Jets wide receiver is still growing too. The wide receiver looked to be improving during last seasonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s training camp after a rookie season marred by mistakes and dropped passes. He was drafted as a raw wide receiver out of an option offense at Georgia Tech, and he was supposed to grow by leaps and bounds in his second season. But the results were mixed for Hill. Part of the problem was a knee injury which ended his season after his strong start. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been working hard this offseason â&#x20AC;&#x201D; working hard to make

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Stephen Hill developed a reputation for dropping passes as a rookie, when he dropped ďŹ ve passes on 47 targets â&#x20AC;&#x201D; the sixth-worst drop percentage by players with over 40 targets. But he dropped just one pass on 58 targets last season.

sure I stay healthy, getting my legs stronger, squatting more than I have in two years now,â&#x20AC;? Hill told Metro New York. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s getting better. [Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m] just happy to be back here, getting back to OTAs.â&#x20AC;? Due to last year ending with a whimper, it is easy to think Hill regressed in his second season. But in the first three games of

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Mets part ways with hitting coach, Valverde after Pirates loss The Mets lost 5-3 to the Pirates in a Memorial Day matinee, but it was the names left by the wayside who made the bigger news. Hitting coach Dave Hudgens, in his fourth season with the Mets, was ďŹ red after the loss. The Mets led 2-0 entering the ninth, until Scott Rice and Jose Valverde blew the lead. Valverde, whose ERA rose to 5.66 after Mondayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s loss, was released after the game. METRO Bad news

Syndergaard hits DL with arm injury The Mets placed star prospect Noah Syndergaard on the DL with a right elbow strain. Syndergaard, who is 5-2 with a 4.02 ERA in Triple-A, was sent to New York for further testing. METRO

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But even though he went through a down stretch and ended the season early with a knee injury, Hill still registered more catches and receiving yards in 2013 than during his rookie year. Now he heads into this pivotal offseason needing to prove himself again with the free-agent additions of Eric Decker and Jacoby Ford. He has spent the past few months getting stronger and rehabbing, but also improving his technique. He didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t drop many passes last year, but he struggled to find separation against elite cornerbacks. Hillâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s grown as a player, but grown literally as well. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Well physically, I grew an inch-and-a-half the past few months,â&#x20AC;? Hill said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am just 23. I was 6-foot-3 and some change. Now [I am] over 6-foot-4 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; definitely added some muscle as well.â&#x20AC;?

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