LEADING OFF: Means back after no-no, Voit returns to Yanks

Orioles ace John Means got five days of rest following his no-hitter last week against Seattle, and now he’ll try to match Johnny Vander Meer’s record with a second straight no-no against the streaking Mets. Vander Meer is the only pitcher in major league history with consecutive no-hitters, accomplished in 1938 for the Cincinnati Reds. Means was a wild pitch away from a perfect game against the Mariners. Sam Haggerty reached safely after he struck out on a third-inning curveball in the dirt. Meanwhile, Luke Voit, last year’s big league home run leader, is expected to return from injury and make his season debut for the Yankees as they open a series at rival Tampa Bay.