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SAN JUAN, PR-- For the first time as a Met this season, R.A. Dickey couldn't get the job done with his knuckler, getting hit around and only lasting five innings. The humidity didn't help Dickey out, and the Marlins pounced on him early and often, getting the pitcher for five runs on five hits. The Mets got a leadoff single from Jose Reyes in the first, but couldn't produce a "Reyes run" as he was picked off by Marlins catcher Ronny Paulino. The Marlins produced a run without the benefit of a hit in their half of the first. Chris Coghlan led off with a walk, stole second, was bunted over to third, and scored on a Jose Reyes fielding error. The Mets tied the game in the second with a home run by Jason Bay, who's been struggling in the power department. After an uneven be ...

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