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17:56, Jul 01 2014

NEW YORK - Miguel Batista stood in front of his locker a couple of hours after he was done pitching, still wearing his game pants and in no hurry to let go of this moment. Batista pitched six serviceable innings to earn his 100th win, David Wright hit a two-run single in a four-run third against the bumbling Marlins and the New York Mets hung on to beat Florida 7-5 Thursday night. "Im very proud of my career," the 40-year-old Batista said. Making his first start since April 22 for St. Louis, Batista scattered six hits while becoming the third active pitcher to play for at least 10 teams. Filling in for injured Jonathon Niese, Batista induced two double-play grounders and helped New York take four of five in a series against its NL East rival. He got off to a shaky start, giving up a leadoff single and two walks and a run in the first. "I think I was a little too eager to get this game out of the way," he said. "Dont believe it was nervousness -- too old for that." Manager Terry Collins was impressed with his composure and pitches, but its probably not enough to earn Batista another start. "I dont know if hes going to go in five days," Collins said. With rosters expanding Sept. 1, Collins might have to find a start for a youngster. Emilio Bonifacio had three hits and three RBIs for Florida, including a two-run single during a three-run ninth. But the Marlins committed three errors and lost for the 20th time in 25 games. "It was sloppy tonight, no question," Marlins manager Jack McKeon said. Lucas Duda drove in two runs and Ruben Tejada was hit twice by pitches and scored both times for New York, which was outhit 10-6. The Mets added what became three important runs in the eighth, helped in part by a throwing error. D.J. Carrasco gave up a two-out, two-run single to Bonifacio in the ninth and left with a runner on first. Bobby Parnell relieved and pinch-hitter John Buck hit an RBI double before Parnell got Greg Dobbs to pop out to second base for his fourth save. Batista (4-2) improved his career record to 100-112. In his 17th season, Batista did something the Mets have rarely been able to do this season: shut down Gaby Sanchez. The Marlins first baseman came in hitting .353 with four homers and 11 RBIs in 51 at-bats against New York, but he grounded out in each of his first three at-bats, leaving five runners on base. Batista and catcher Josh Thole got crossed up on a pitch in the second inning. Thole thought a slider was coming and Batista threw a fastball that hit Thole in the wrist. Thole left the game and was wearing a brace on his hand afterward. The Mets said he had a bruise and Thole said X-rays didnt show a break and that he will be examined Friday. The Mets took advantage of some poor play by the Marlins in the four-run fourth inning to overcome a 2-0 deficit. Batista reached leading off when Bonifacio, playing shortstop for injured Hanley Ramirez, botched his grounder for an error. Tejada was hit by a pitch. Jose Reyes then hit a sharp grounder that Bonifacio knocked down while sliding on his knee to his left but couldnt make a play, loading the bases. Reyes was given a single. Duda walked to score a run. Clay Hensley (2-6) then went to a 2-1 count to Wright before he was pulled for a reliever. "I dont really know what to say about it," Hensley said. "Id better keep it to a minimum tonight so I dont get myself in trouble." Said McKeon: "I just couldnt afford to have a walk, and I knew he was going to pitch very carefully to Wright. He got 2-1 and looked like he didnt have the strike zone, so I made the move." Hensley gave up four runs -- two earned -- in two-plus innings. Facing Burke Badenhop, Wright lined a single up the middle to score two runs. Center fielder Bryan Petersen made an offline throw that missed the cutoff man and went past the catcher, allowing Duda to move up to third and Wright to second. After an out, Badenhop threw a pitch that bounced in the dirt and went through catcher Brett Hayes legs for a passed ball. Duda raced home for a 4-2 lead. Batista began the season with St. Louis and was 3-2 with a 4.60 ERA in 26 games, including one start, but was released in June. He joined the Mets in July and went 3-0 with a 4.24 ERA at Triple-A Buffalo. He gave up a single to Bonifacio, a hard shot that went through second baseman Tejadas legs, to start the game and walked two in the first. Mike Stanton hit a sacrifice fly for the early lead. Bonifacio hit an RBI double in the second, but Batista got double plays in the third and sixth with runners on first and second to shut down the Marlins. The Mets added three runs in the eighth aided by a throwing error by reliever Steve Cishek on Angel Pagans sacrifice bunt. Duda had an RBI single and Mike Nickeas a run-scoring single. NOTES: Tejada had a bruise on his left hand. ... The Marlins recalled RHP Sandy Rosario from triple-A New Orleans. ... The Mets recalled RHP Josh Stinson from double-A Binghamton and purchased the contract of infielder Josh Satin from triple-A Buffalo. ... Octavio Dotel has been with 12 major league teams and Bruce Chen with 10. wholesale nfl jerseys . It was exactly the kind of possession game the Minnesota Wild want to play: one that frustrates an opponent. wholesale jerseys . The Colts offered Chick a practice roster spot, but no decision has been made on whether hell except the offer or wait to see if theres interest from other teams. http://www.jerseysfromchinahome.com/. The No. 3-ranked Westwood produced the best round ever under normal rules at Sun City as he reeled off 10 birdies to power to a 16-under total of 200 and take control of the US$5 million invitational event with one round to play. cheap jerseys .com) - Nick Johnson had 20 points and fourth- ranked Arizona rallied from a 19-point first-half deficit to beat Drexel, 66-62, in the semifinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off. cheap nfl jerseys . 6 Arizona knew it was in for a tough game even if San Diego State wasnt ranked.SOCHI, Russia -- Ukrainian Olympic chief Sergei Bubka said he has "great sympathy" with the desire of his athletes to wear black armbands to remember those killed in the political unrest in Kyiv. But he says it was agreed "after consultation with the IOC" that wearing armbands would not be in line with the Olympic Charter. "Both parties agreed that another way of allowing Ukraine athletes to mark their respects should be found," he said, adding that athletes on the team had observed a minute of silence in the Olympic Village and issued statements or gave interviews about thhe crisis.dddddddddddd Bubka, a pole vault great, issued a statement Thursday following "erroneous reports" that he had prevented athletes from wearing armbands. The International Olympic Committee denied that it had received a request from the Ukrainians to wear armbands during the games. Ukrainian skier Bogdana Matsotska withdrew from the Sochi Olympics in response to the deaths of anti-government protesters in Ukraine. Bubka has urged Ukrainian athletes to remain in Sochi as a sign of unity. But he has also said he respects the rights of athletes to make their own decision. ' ' '

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