Sunday, April 1, 2012

The New York Mets lose 6-5 to the Miami Marlins

The New York Mets lost 6-5 to the Miami Marlins on Saturday afternoon. Miguel Batista made the start and then surprisingly made the team today. The Mets used five relievers to get through this game, they didn’t have a starting pitcher pitch in this one. Daniel Murphy had two hits to lead the offense, no other player had more then a hit. 
Batista pitched two innings giving up two hits and one run with a strikeout. Frank Francisco pitched two innings giving up five hits and two runs with a walk and two strikeouts, Ramon Ramirez pitched two innings giving up two hits with a walk and Jon Rauch pitched a perfect inning with a strikeout. Manny Acosta got charged with a blown save and the loss in the game. He pitched 1 1/3 innings giving up six hits and three runs with two walks and a strikeout.

Ruben Tejada had a hit, Murphy had two hits and Ike Davis had a hit. Jason Bay drew a walk, Lucas Duda had a hit and Justin Turner had a hit and drew a walk. Josh Thole had a hit and an RBI, Mike Nickeas had a hit and two RBI. Duda and Tejada each had a double. Thole had a triple and Nickeas had a homerun. The Mets were 2-9 with runners in scoring position and they left five men on base. Bay had two stolen bases and Turner was caught stealing. Turner was picked off twice. The Mets record fell to 7-18 in the grapefruit league. The Mets will take on the Detroit Tigers Sunday afternoon at home.

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