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It's Opening Day around baseball, and the New York Mets can finally put the disappointments of 2009 behind them. Jerry Manuel's Mets came out the blocks charging to start 2010, and fans across the city will hope that their convincing 7-1 victory over NL East rival Florida Marlins is a sign of things to come.   Here's a look at how the Mets fared in their home opener at Citi Field, with letter grades for each of the players.     Alex Cora (B+)
  Cora was given the nod at shortstop with Jose Reyes on the DL. He went 0-for-4 in the curtain-raiser at Citi Field with a hit-by-pitch and a run batted in.   He grounded out three times—once to the pitcher, twice to second base—and he was unlucky to line into an unassisted double play with the bases loaded i ...

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