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Topic - Bartolo Colón
The Mets appear ready to become sellers with the July 31 trade deadline up ahead.
Sloppy in the field and punchless at the plate. The past two days in New York were ugly ones for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
It's no secret: Bartolo Colon simply sticks with his fastball.
Daisuke Matsuzaka is ready for his start.
Gio Gonzalez kept falling behind in the count and the Mets' hitters didn't waste time in making him pay for it.
Gonzalez, who had won his previous six decisions against the Mets, gave up three runs in the first inning and was removed after allowing five runs on seven hits in three innings.
Whiffing on a lusty swing for strike three, Bartolo Colon sent his helmet flying. He sheepishly retrieved it and tugged the bill low over his eyes while walking to the dugout, as if he hoped not to be recognized.
Juan Nicasio bounced back nicely from his first loss of the season.
Terry Collins was hoping for a solid pitching outing to help offset playing in hitter-friendly Coors Field.
Daisuke Matsuzaka pinched his eyelids, clenched his teeth and thought back. He couldn't remember all the details of the first save of his professional career.
Bobby Abreu got a quick lesson in the Mets' many uniform color combinations from an equipment guy, tried on a few belts in the clubhouse and then hugged new teammate Bartolo Colon.
After further review, there was nothing the New York Mets could do about the costly call that went against them.
Albert Pujols and the Los Angeles Angels caught up with Bartolo Colon on Sunday.
Bartolo Colon thought all was OK as he took the mound in the first inning.
Fredi Gonzalez is still waiting for the Atlanta Braves' bats to catch up with the team's pitching.
It's just part of the game," Colon said through a translator. "Everything felt all right. They just felt a little bit better than me."
"I thought it was a foul ball. That's why I didn't run as quickly to grab it," Colon said through a translator. "I was waiting for the umpire to say that it was a foul ball."