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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - New York Mets
The pitching staff has struggled, at the front end this time instead of the back.
A shoddy bullpen held back the Arizona Diamondbacks last season.
Nothing like a trip to Chase Field to turn things around for the New York Mets.
Arizona shortstop Chris Owings raced to get a speedy runner at first and sailed the throw into the opposing dugout. A few innings later, pitcher Ryan Rowland-Smith faced a similar hurry-up situation on a sacrifice bunt and threw the ball into the ground for another error.
Albert Pujols and the Los Angeles Angels caught up with Bartolo Colon on Sunday.
Raul Ibanez emerged from the Los Angeles Angels' clubhouse with a bat and a ball he signed for a young girl and her parents.
After blowing a three-run lead in the ninth inning on one ill-fated pitch to Raul Ibanez, Jose Valverde needed a lift, and so did his New York Mets teammates.
Hank Conger got his first RBI of the season the hard way. It was the ultimate in taking one for the team.
Fredi Gonzalez is still waiting for the Atlanta Braves' bats to catch up with the team's pitching.
For Ervin Santana, throwing strike after strike was even better than a no-hitter - especially when his impressive command came in his Atlanta debut.
Seven innings of Bartolo Colon's dominance only made Jose Valverde's ninth-inning escape look even scarier.
After honoring Hank Aaron at Turner Field on Tuesday night, the Braves took on the New York Mets wearing a familiar look.
The New York Mets say former pitcher Frank Viola has been released from a hospital, a week after heart surgery.
Alfredo Simon making his first start in more than two years. Manny Parra stepping into the closer's spot.
New York Mets closer Bobby Parnell will have Tommy John surgery and is out for the season.