New York Mets: Mark Ellis

Rapid Reaction: Dodgers 5, Mets 4 (12)

August, 15, 2013
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LOS ANGELES -- The 40-year-old closer could not stop the runaway train.

Trying to protect a two-run lead, fill-in stopper LaTroy Hawkins surrendered a two-run homer to pinch hitter Andre Ethier with one out in the ninth. Adrian Gonzalez then a delivered a walk-off double against Pedro Feliciano in the 12th as the Los Angeles Dodgers swept the Mets with a 5-4, come-from-behind win Wednesday. Yasiel Puig scored the decisive run after hustling for a double on a grounder up the middle.

The latest L.A. miracle upped the Dodgers’ winning streak to eight games. The Dodgers are 23-3 since the All-Star break.

Hawkins, who has assumed the closing role with Bobby Parnell on the disabled list, had allowed only one earned run in 12 innings since the All-Star break. The Mets had been 44-5 when leading after eight innings. Hawkins had converted three straight save chances since assuming Parnell's duty.

Ethier is now 4-for-6 with two homers, six RBIs and a walk in his career against Hawkins. Ethier was making his first appearance since being scratched from Tuesday’s starting lineup with left calf tightness. Hawkins had been struck in the groin with a comebacker the batter before Ethier's blast and required a visit from trainer Ray Ramirez.

The Mets have played 51 extra innings this season. The major league record is 82 by the 1918 Washington Senators, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. The franchise record is 60 extra innings, in 1979 and ’85, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

Gee plus: Dillon Gee retired the game’s first nine batters, then wriggled free of a bases-loaded jam in the fourth. And behind a three-run homer from Marlon Byrd, the Mets had put themselves in position for a 4-2 win entering the bottom of the ninth.

Byrd finished 3-for-6 and fell a triple shy of the cycle. Andrew Brown, subbing in left field for resting Eric Young Jr., earlier contributed an RBI double. The Mets chased former teammate Chris Capuano after five innings, having produced 10 hits and two walks to build a 4-0 lead.

Gee’s line: 6 IP, 7 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 4 K. He threw 95 pitches (65 strikes).

Former Dodgers farmhand Scott Rice contributed two scoreless relief innings.

Perfect through three, Gee surrendered a leadoff single to Carl Crawford in the fourth. Crawford ended up getting picked off, which proved important, because L.A. failed to score in the inning despite producing four hits. Mark Ellis flied out to strand the bases loaded.

The Dodgers, though, again loaded the bases in the sixth, this time for Ellis with one out. And this time they scored.

Ellis narrowly beat out a would-be inning-ending double play, allowing Adrian Gonzalez to score. Jerry Hairston Jr. followed with an RBI single up the middle, past diving Daniel Murphy, to make it 4-2. Gee finally stopped the bleeding by striking out Tim Federowicz to strand runners on the corners.

At the plate, Gee had a triple. Officially, he became the first Mets pitcher with a three-bagger since Nelson Figueroa in 2009, although Jonathon Niese had a triple two years ago as a pinch hitter in the 11th inning against the Miami Marlins.

Left outs: Ike Davis, starting against a left-hander for the first time since his return from Las Vegas, went 0-for-3 against the southpaw Capuano. Davis later doubled.

Wilmer! Wilmer Flores delivered a pinch-hit single in the ninth in his first action since Monday’s game, when he twisted his right ankle. Jenrry Mejia pinch ran for Flores.

What’s next: The Mets bus to San Diego. Zack Wheeler (5-2, 3.63 ERA) opposes Padres right-hander Tyson Ross (3-5, 2.75) at 10:10 p.m. ET Thursday at Petco Park.

Rapid Reaction: Dodgers 4, Mets 2

August, 13, 2013
8/13/13
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LOS ANGELES -- The Mets, well Daniel Murphy, gave the Los Angeles Dodgers too many outs in the sixth inning.

With Jenrry Mejia cruising against the red-hot Dodgers, Murphy failed to execute consecutive makeable plays to open the frame. Los Angeles eventually posted three runs in the inning en route to a 4-2 win against the Mets on Monday night at Dodger Stadium.

L.A. improved to 38-8 since June 22 -- the franchise’s best 46-game stretch in baseball’s modern era.


Harry How/Getty ImagesDaniel Murphy's near-miss of Mark Ellis' soft liner in the sixth contributed to a three-run frame.


With the Mets leading 2-0, Carl Crawford opened the bottom of the sixth with a grounder to Murphy’s right. Murphy knocked down the ball but could not handle it, on what was ruled an infield single.

Mark Ellis then produced a sinking liner that glanced off a retreating Murphy’s glove and dropped into shallow right field for another hit.

Adrian Gonzalez followed with a line single over shortstop that plated Crawford. And Juan Lagares’ throw back to the infield skipped past Wilmer Flores at third base for an E-8. That allowed Ellis to also race home and even the score at 2, while Gonzalez advanced to third. That put Gonzalez in position to score an unearned run and give the Dodgers the lead on Yasiel Puig’s sacrifice fly.

Mejia stopped the damage there, in what became his final inning.

Mejia’s line: 6 IP, 6 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 4 K. He threw 85 pitches (62 strikes).

The Mets chased Ricky Nolasco and eventually loaded the bases with one out the following half-inning.

On a controversial call, Ronald Belisario then struck out Juan Lagares looking at a full-count offering that plate umpire Chad Fairchild ruled was on the outside corner. With two outs, lefty Paco Rodriguez entered and coaxed Murphy into a flyout to right field as the Mets stranded three.

Nick Punto homered against Carlos Torres in the bottom of the seventh to give L.A. a 4-2 lead.

Mejia had retired the first eight Dodgers he faced, until Nolasco’s single. The Cuban phenom Puig struck out twice against Mejia before the sixth-inning sacrifice fly.

The Mets had taken a 2-0 lead in the second on four straight singles, including consecutive run-scoring hits by John Buck and Omar Quintanilla against Nolasco.

Medical attention: Flores received a visit at third base from trainer Ray Ramirez and Terry Collins after advancing there on Buck’s single in the second inning.

Flores remained in the game and later made a stellar diving stop toward the line to rob Mark Ellis of an extra-base hit to open the bottom of the fourth.

Viva Ike: Ike Davis reached base two more times, on a second-inning single and third-inning walk. He has reached base at least twice in each of his last 12 starts. That matches John Olerud's 1998 franchise record.

What’s next: Matt Harvey Day in L.A. Harvey (9-3, 2.09 ERA) opposes left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu (11-3, 2.99) at 10:10 p.m. ET Tuesday.

Morning briefing: Aiming for thump of Cole

April, 28, 2013
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Jon Niese pitches this afternoon for the first time since getting struck in the right ankle Tuesday.
FIRST PITCH: The Mets will try to avoid getting swept as Jonathon Niese heads to the mound at 1:10 p.m. today opposite winless Philadelphia Phillies left-hander Cole Hamels.

Niese will be making his first start since getting nailed on the right ankle by a comebacker Tuesday off the bat of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Mark Elllis.

Hamels is 5-10 with a 4.33 ERA in 21 career starts against the Mets.

Terry Collins suggested outfielders Marlon Byrd and Juan Lagares likely would be in the starting lineup.

Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz is due to be activated after serving a 25-game suspension related to amphetamines.

Sunday’s news reports:

Shaun Marcum surrendered three runs in four innings and was dissatisfied with his Mets debut. Robert Carson then served up homers to Domonic Brown and John Mayberry Jr. in the fifth as the Met lost to the Phillies, 9-4, Saturday at Citi Field. The Mets have now lost eight of their past nine games against Philadelphia. Read game recaps in the Post, Daily News, Times, Star-Ledger, Record, Newsday, Philadelphia Inquirer and MLB.com.

• The Mets demoted Josh Edgin to clear the roster spot for Marcum. Edgin reported to Binghamton, not Las Vegas, because the offense-first Pacific Coast League is not conducive to getting on track. Read more in the Record, Daily News, Star-Ledger, Newsday and MLB.com.


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John Buck has eight homers in April, matching the most ever by a Mets catcher in the month.


• Steve Serby in the Post has a Q&A with John Buck, who homered in the ninth inning Friday. It was Buck’s eighth long ball in April, matching Mike Piazza (2001) and Todd Hundley (1996) for most by a catcher in the opening month in franchise history. The overall Mets record for April is nine homers, by Carlos Delgado (2006) and Dave Kingman (1976). Among Buck’s exchanges with Serby:

Q: You and your wife grew up together in Salt Lake City. How did you propose?

A: “I was at one of her last volleyball games [at Snow College]. They called her to the 10-foot line at a volleyball game. ... I proposed to her at the 10-foot line in her volleyball game."

Buck also notes that Harvey reminds him of Zack Greinke.

• Cody Derespina in Newsday goes inside the numbers of Buck’s April production, which has tailed off despite Friday’s long ball.

• Attendance seems to get a modest bump at Citi Field with Harvey on the mound. As for ratings on SNY, they’re 14 percent higher in games Harvey starts, according to Bob Raissman in the Daily News.

• Mike Kerwick in the Record suggests waiting a little while before erecting a statue in Harvey’s honor.

Frank Francisco and Jenrry Mejia are progressing after injuries.

• Columnist Kevin Kernan in the Post suggests there is “no relief in sight” for the Mets.

• Columnist Tim Smith in the Daily News says Marcum fit in with all the other Mets starting pitchers not named Harvey.

• Terry Collins stuck to his reconfigured lineup for a second straight day Saturday. Read more in the Post.

• Logan Verrett improved to 4-0 as Double-A Binghamton beat Akron 7-2. Rainy Lara tossed 7 1/3 scoreless innings in low-A Savannah’s 1-0 win against West Virginia. Read the full minor league recap here.

• Gregg Sarra in Newsday chats with St. Lucie catcher Cam Maron, who hails from Hicksville, Long Island.

R.A. Dickey faces the Yankees in the Bronx today. Read more in the Post.

From the bloggers … Faith and Fear in Flushing thought extended spring training continued Saturday at Citi Field … Shannon from Mets Police is watching his favorite baseball team and thinks, "I have a bad feeling about this."

BIRTHDAYS: Dillon Gee turns 27. … Jorge Sosa, who is pitching in Japan for the second straight season, is 35.

TWEET OF THE DAY: YOU’RE UP: Whom should Terry Collins start in the outfield today against left-hander Cole Hamels?

The series in Metrics (Mets vs. Dodgers)

April, 25, 2013
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It’s rare that we would do a series recap writeup from one in which Matt Harvey pitched in which Harvey was not featured in any way. But here we go ...

Wright’s equalizing hit
In the second game of the series, David Wright tied a game with a hit with the Mets down to their last out. The only other instance in Wright’s career that he tied a game with a hit and with the Mets down to their last out was on June 16, 2008 with a single against Francisco Rodriguez and the Angels. The Mets would win in extra innings for Jerry Manuel’s first win as Mets manager.

The last time the Mets were down to their last out against the Dodgers and got a game-tying hit was in 1997 when John Olerud hit a tying single against Todd Worrell, though the Dodgers would win in 14 innings.

The last time they got one in New York was in 1978, a Tim Foli two-run double against Terry Forster. The Mets would win that one a batter later on an error by shortstop Bill Russell.

A ‘Spin through the notes
Jordany Valdespin’s walk-off grand slam was the sixth such grand slam in Mets history. The chart listing them is on the right.

Some additional details:

This was the second walk-off grand slam for the Mets against the Dodgers. Mike Jorgensen’s in 1980 came against ESPN’s Rick Sutcliffe.

The Mets now have four extra-inning walk-off grand slams. Only two teams have more since the Mets beginnings in 1962- the Angels and Mariners (five each) (cap-tip to Stats & Info’s Doug Kern).

The last of those extra-inning walk-off slams was by none other than Mets third base coach Tim Teufel.

The Mets went nearly 22 years without a walk-off slam. The only team with a currently longer drought than that is the Giants, who haven’t had one since 1973. The Rays are the only current team without one, but they have only been playing since 1998.

In between Mets walk-off grand slams, the Indians have had nine walk-off grand slams, most in the majors.

In between Mets walk-off grand slams, the Mets allowedseven of them, tied for the most in the regular season in this span with the Tigers (who allowed an eighth in the playoffs to Nelson Cruz).

Robin Ventura’s walk-off grand slam single in the 1999 NLCS was not included in this tally, because in the end, the scoring of the play was not a home run.

Ellis rounds out the diamond
Mark Ellis had four hits and two home runs in the Dodgers series-opening win. It marked the 39th time that a player has had four hits and two homers in a game against the Mets but the first time a second baseman has done so.

A player has now done this versus the Mets from every position around the diamond, except pitcher.

Ellis is only the second Dodgers player to have such a game against the Mets, joining Maury Wills who did so in 1962.

A dubious record
The Mets have set a club record with five straight games of at least 10 strikeouts. They previously had four in 1995, 2007 and 2012.

This streak isn’t that unusual baseball-wise. There have been 27 streaks of five or more since 1960, with 25 of them coming since 1995.

Rapid Reaction: Dodgers 7, Mets 2

April, 23, 2013
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Jonathon Niese and the New York Mets may have dodged a bullet.

Niese departed in the third inning after being struck on the inside of his right ankle with a comebacker off the bat of Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Mark Ellis. X-rays were negative, and Niese is listed as day-to-day with a bruise.

Meanwhile, after knocking out Niese, Ellis finished off the Mets, too. He delivered a game-tying solo homer against Robert Carson in the fifth, then a tie-breaking three-run shot against Brandon Lyon two innings later as the Dodgers beat the Mets, 7-2, Tuesday night at Citi Field.


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Jon Niese was forced from Tuesday's game in the third inning after being struck in the lower right leg with a comebacker.


If Niese were to miss a start, Collin McHugh would be the most logical option. He is on the 40-man roster, and is 2-0 with a 1.93 ERA in four starts at Triple-A Las Vegas. Zack Wheeler, hoopla aside, walked six in 4 1/3 innings in his last 51s start. Meanwhile, neither Double-A prospect Rafael Montero (3-0, 1.59 ERA) nor newly signed ex-Yankee D.J. Mitchell is on the 40-man roster. Montero doesn’t need to be added to the roster next offseason, either.

CLAYTON’S PLACE: Clayton Kershaw, who typically dominates the Mets, required 111 pitches to navigate five innings. He departed with the score 2-2 and received a no-decision. It marked Kershaw’s shortest outing since Opening Day 2012, when he lasted only three innings against the San Diego Padres.

Kershaw retired the first eight Mets before stumbling against an unlikely batter. Carson -- in his first major league plate appearance, and only the 16th plate appearance of his seven-year pro career -- drew a two-out walk in the third. Kershaw then also walked Ruben Tejada. Daniel Murphy and David Wright followed with consecutive RBI singles as the Mets took a 2-1 lead.

Kershaw is now 5-0 in seven career starts against the Mets. His career ERA against the Amazin’s rose to 1.62.

Kershaw entered the game with the third-best ERA in major league history of any pitcher who had made five-plus starts against the Mets (1.37). That trailed only Doc Medich (0.85) and Mark Prior (1.03).

SUPER SUB: Carson took over for Niese in the third and offered a credible appearance in his longest outing since he was a starter with Double-A Binghamton in 2011.

Carson logged 2 1/3 innings and departed after the solo homer by Ellis.


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Mark Ellis homered twice against the Mets on Tuesday night.


Carson joined the Mets on Sunday when Aaron Laffey was designated for assignment. When Shaun Marcum is activated for Saturday’s start against the Philadelphia Phillies, it is conceivable Carson sticks around and another reliever -- Josh Edgin (who surrendered a two-run double in the eighth to A.J. Ellis) or seemingly less likely Jeurys Familia -- is demoted.

DEBUTANT: Juan Lagares made his major league debut in center field. He entered in the top of the fifth inning on a double-switch when Carson departed. Lagares led off in the bottom half of that frame and flied out to the track in left field against Kershaw. He finished 1-for-2, singling against left-hander Paco Rodriguez in his seventh for his first major league hit.

WEB GEMS: Tejada, whose six errors have received considerable hype, appears to have turned a corner.

He turned in a pair of highlight-reel plays Tuesday night. Tejada leaped to catch a liner from Andre Ethier to strand two in the top of the third. An inning later, Tejada slid to his left and came up firing to retire Justin Sellers at first base for the second out of the fourth.

WHAT’S NEXT: Matt Harvey bids to become the first Met to earn the win in his first five starts of a season since Pedro Martinez in 2006. The franchise record belongs to Frank Viola, who won his first seven starts in 1990.

According to ESPN Stats & Information, only two Mets have gone 5-0 in April: Pedro in ’06 and Dwight Gooden in 1988.

Harvey opposes left-hander Ted Lilly, who is making his first major league appearance since May 23, 2012. Lilly is returning from labrum surgery on his left shoulder.

Series preview: Mets at Dodgers

June, 28, 2012
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Former teammates Chris Capuano and Chris Young square off in Thursday's series opener at Dodger Stadium.
METS (40-34, third place/NL East) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGERS (43-33, first place/NL West)

Thursday: RHP Chris Young (1-1, 3.42) vs. LHP Chris Capuano (9-2, 2.60), 10:10 p.m. ET

Friday: RHP R.A. Dickey (11-1, 2.31) vs. RHP Aaron Harang (5-4, 3.81), 10:10 p.m. ET

Saturday: LHP Johan Santana (5-4, 3.00) vs. RHP Nathan Eovaldi (0-4, 4.04), 7:15 p.m. ET

Sunday: RHP Dillon Gee (5-6, 4.42) vs. LHP Clayton Kershaw (5-4, 2.74), 8 p.m. ET, ESPN

Dodgers short hops

Frank McCourt’s ownership ended May 1, when controlling owner Mark Walter, the CEO of a Chicago financial services company, and president Stan Kasten took over the Dodgers. Sale price: $2.15 billion, more than double any previous amount for a major league team. The ownership group includes Magic Johnson as the face. Johnson has McCourt’s old corner office, but he is not a key decision maker, and actually has not been around Dodger Stadium much because of his responsibilities as an NBA commentator. McCourt, who went through a high-profile divorce that added debt to the team, had owned the Dodgers since 2004. Kasten formerly served as president of the Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals.

• Right fielder Andre Ethier was forced from Wednesday’s game in San Francisco with a left oblique strain that likely will land him on the disabled list. Ethier joins fellow slugger Matt Kemp as unavailable. Kemp (.355, 12 HR) has been on the DL since straining his left hamstring May 30, and is not projected to return until after the All-Star break. Ethier’s 55 RBIs rank second in the NL, trailing only Carlos Beltran’s 59. Assuming Ethier is placed on the DL, ex-Pirate Andy Van Slyke’s son Scott Van Slyke could be promoted from Triple-A Albuquerque. Jerry Sands is another option.

• San Francisco pulled even with the Dodgers atop the NL West standings after completing a three-game sweep at AT&T Park in which L.A. did not score a run. It marked the first time the Dodgers had ever failed to score in a series of three-plus games, according to ESPN Stats & Information. L.A. has lost four straight and eight of nine. The Dodgers have been held scoreless for 30 innings, since Adam Kennedy’s sacrifice fly scored Juan Rivera in the sixth inning Sunday in a loss to the Angels. L.A. will try to avoid getting shut out four straight games for the first time in franchise history on Thursday night. How bad did things get in San Francisco? The Associated Press reported the Dodgers’ equipment truck broke down on the 101 freeway after the series.


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Andre Ethier appears headed to the DL with an oblique strain.


• The Dodgers have reached agreement with outfielder Yasier Puig for $42 million over seven years pending a physical, ESPNDeportes.com’s Enrique Rojas reports. It would be the largest contract ever for a Cuban defector, surpassing the four-year, $36 million deal the A’s gave to outfielder Yoenis Cespedes.

• Ex-Met Chris Capuano evened his career record at 66-66 in his most recent start, when he limited the Angels to one run and seven hits in seven innings. He is 5-0 with a 1.57 ERA at Dodger Stadium this season, while limiting opponents to a .215 batting average at home.

• Right-hander Nathan Eovaldi stepped into the rotation after Ted Lilly experienced shoulder inflammation and landed on the DL. Eovaldi, 22, went to Alvin (Texas) High, which also produced Nolan Ryan. His fastball has averaged 94.8 mph this season. He also throws a slider (13.6% of the time), curveball (10.1%) and changeup (5.0%). Eovaldi has been pitching well; his winless record is a function of no run support.

• Second baseman Mark Ellis is due to begin a rehab assignment Saturday. Ellis required an urgent surgical procedure May 19 to drain blood and other fluid, or otherwise risked losing part of his left leg. He was injured absorbing a slide at second base from St. Louis’ Tyler Greene. Jerry Hairston Jr., brother of Scott Hairston, has manned second base.

• Catcher A.J. Ellis (no relation to Mark) has a .417 on-base percentage. That ranks fourth in the National League, trailing only Joey Votto (.478), David Wright (.449) and Carlos Ruiz (.430).

• Right-handed reliever Ronald Belisario has allowed only three runs and 11 hits in 24 1/3 innings since returning from a 25-game suspension on May 4. The suspension was related to a positive cocaine test that also forced him to miss last season with a visa issue, ESPNLosAngeles.com reported.

• Third baseman Juan Uribe is hitting .132 (5-for-38) in the two weeks since returning from the DL. His slump has resulted in switch-hitting rookie Elian Herrera starting two of the past four games at the position. Herrera wasn’t on the 40-man roster or even in big-league spring-training camp, but has bounced around multiple positions and plays most days, batting second.

• The lone Dodgers starter the Mets do not face is Chad Billingsley, who overlapped at Defiance (Ohio) High with Jon Niese.

• The Dodgers’ Sue Falsone (@SueFalsone) is the lone female head athletic trainer in the history of a major professional sports organization, according to the team.

• Shortstop Dee Gordon’s 24 steals match the Cubs’ Tony Campano for the major league lead.

• Closer Kenley Jansen has converted 12 of 15 save chances.

Last series results

Mets won, 3-1, at Dodger Stadium, July, 4-8, 2011 (AP game recaps)

Mets 5, Dodgers 2: Angel Pagan, Carlos Beltran and Daniel had RBI doubles in the sixth inning after the Mets were held hitless through five by Rubby De La Rosa. Chris Capuano (8-7) allowed six hits and two runs in six innings. Francisco Rodriguez pitched the ninth to earn his 21st save in 24 chances. Terry Collins said he's willing to play with a 24-man roster for a few days while Jose Reyes recovers from a strained left hamstring rather than immediately placing him on the disabled list. More

Mets 6, Dodgers 0: Jason Bay made it 3-0 with a leadoff homer in the sixth against Ted Lilly and broke the game open in the eighth with his sixth of the season, a three-run shot off Blake Hawksworth. It was his first multihomer game since June 28, 2010, at Florida, when he went deep twice against Ricky Nolasco. Carlos Beltran also went deep and Mike Pelfrey (5-7) stranded seven runners in scoring position through six gritty innings. More

Mets 5, Dodgers 3: Ruben Tejada doubled home two runs while filling in again for injured shortstop Jose Reyes, helping lead the Mets to their fourth straight victory. Carlos Beltran doubled twice and scored twice. Jon Niese (8-7) allowed three runs and five hits over seven innings, improving to 8-4 over his past 14 starts. Hiroki Kuroda (6-10) gave up four runs and eight hits over six innings for Los Angeles, dropping to 1-5 with a 5.75 ERA in seven career starts against the Mets. More

Dodgers 6, Mets 0: Clayton Kershaw scattered five hits over eight innings and the Dodgers parlayed extra-base hits by Matt Kemp, Juan Uribe, Aaron Miles and Dioner Navarro into a five-run sixth inning. Kershaw got out of a bases-loaded jam in the eighth by striking out Ronny Paulino to end the inning after getting a visit from manager Don Mattingly. The Mets loaded the bases again in the ninth against Kenley Jansen before Hong-Chih Kuo got the final two outs. Dillon Gee (8-3) gave up five hits and six runs -- five earned -- struck out two and walked one to lose his second straight. Jose Reyes went on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring. More

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WINS ERA SO IP
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OTHER LEADERS
BAJ. Lagares .314
HRL. Duda 3
RBID. Wright 10
RE. Young Jr. 14
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ERAJ. Niese 2.84
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