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NEW YORK -- Curtis Granderson hit his first leadoff homer in five years, Carlos Torres and two other relievers filled in admirably for an ailing Daisuke Matsuzaka and the New York Mets beat the San Diego Padres 3-1 Sunday. Bobby Abreu added an RBI double in the first and Daniel Murphy had a sacrifice fly in the second against a shaky Ian Kennedy (5-8), helping New York take the rubber game in a series between the two worst hitting teams in the majors. On a day Mets manager Terry Collins said he needed seven innings from Matsuzaka to help cover for a depleted bullpen, the right-hander barely made it through an inning because of a severe upset stomach. Making his fourth start of the season, Matsuzaka was visited on the mound by Collins, a trainer and a translator after a two-out walk to Seth Smith. The 34-year-old Japanese pitcher took several deep breaths before remaining in the game. He got the next batter, Chase Headley, on a groundout to end the inning. Matsuzaka gingerly walked off the mound after one inning, shook hands with Collins and headed straight for the clubhouse. Torres (3-4) relieved Matsuzaka to start the second, and the late-inning reliever looked unsettled. He gave up three straight singles, including Rene Riveras RBI infield hit. But he didnt give up another hit in four innings, tossing a season-high 63 pitches. Vic Black pitched two scoreless innings and Jenrry Mejia made his first appearance since leaving Thursday nights game with a stiff back, working two hitless innings for his seventh save. While the Mets used five extra-base hits -- two doubles by Lucas Duda -- in improving to 5-9 for June, San Diego fell to 3-10 for the month. Batting .216 as a team coming in, the Padres made several mental mistakes on the basepaths. Manager Bud Black had several words for pinch-hitter Alexi Amarista when he returned to the dugout in the seventh inning after failing to run out a grounder that Mets shortstop Wilmer Flores bobbled. Atop the order for the first time this season, Granderson sent a 1-0 pitch from Kennedy halfway up the porch in right field for his first leadoff homer since 2009 with Detroit and 25th overall. Murphy then doubled to left field, David Wright walked and Abreu doubled in a run. But the Mets failed to add on against a shaky Kennedy, stranding runners on second and third. Wright had an opportunity to give the Mets some cushion in the sixth, but he popped out to right field with the bases loaded. The Mets are now 11 for 68 (.162) with the bases jammed. NOTES: Kennedy gave up seven hits and three runs in 5 1-3 innings. ... The Padres placed RHP Nick Vincent on the 15-day DL, retroactive to June 12, because of right shoulder fatigue. They selected the contract of RHP Blaine Boyer from Triple-A El Paso to fill Vincents spot. ... Mets minor league RHP Rafael Montero left his start for Triple-A Las Vegas on Saturday night in the first inning because of a left oblique strain. The Mets completed the trade that sent Ike Davis to Pittsburgh on April 18. They received 19-year-old LHP Blake Taylor, the Pirates second-round selection (51st overall) in 2013. ... The Mets next face the Cardinals in St. Louis and San Diego heads to Seattle for Monday games. (Sports Network) - The Seattle Mariners are set to close out a seven-game road trip against American League Central competition this afternoon as they complete a four-game series versus the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. Seattle, which is just 5-5 over the last 10 games and is 2 1/2 games out of first place in the AL West, has had issues with opponents from the Central Division thus far in 2011 with a record of 11-17. On Saturday the squad again added another loss with an 8-1 setback to the Tigers, the second in the last three outings. Starting pitcher Michael Pineda was taken out after giving up eight hits and five earned runs over 5 1/3 innings to suffer his second straight defeat. He was a little bit off tonight, didnt have quite the same command, Mariners manager Eric Wedge said of his starter. He didnt have the same fastball weve seen him have in regards to his command. It was a little bit flat. Ichiro Suzuki was back in the starting lineup for the Mariners after taking the day off on Friday and snapping his streak of 255 straight games started in the process. He finished with a pair of hits and scored once on Saturday, but is hitting just .165 (15-for-91) since May 19 and is well below his career batting average right now with a team that is last in the AL in batting at .228. Max Scherzer allowed just four hits and had four strikeouts while keeping his career record perfect against the Mariners in four decisions against them, picking up his eighth win overall this season in the process for the Tigers. Jhonny Peralta cracked a two-run home run, Brennan Boesch had three hits and scored twice, and Victor Martinez finished 3-for-4 with a pair of RBI for the hosts as they moved into a virtual tie for first place in the division with the Clevelandd Indians, who have dropped three in a row and eight of nine.dddddddddddd Detroit hurler Rick Porcello tries to remain perfect for his career against the Mariners as he takes the hill for the hosts this afternoon. The right-hander, who is 6-3 this season for the Tigers, has already picked up one win versus Seattle in 2011 and is now 3-0 with a 2.96 ERA in four matchups. The New Jersey native has been on a hot streak since the beginning of May, winning five of his six appearances. On Tuesday Porcello allowed just a single run on six hits and a walk over six innings in an 8-1 victory versus the Texas Rangers on the road. As for the Mariners, their plan is to hand the ball to right-hander Felix Hernandez in hopes that he too can continue his strong play against the Tigers. A seven-year veteran, Hernandez matched up against Detroit in late April and made it through six innings with just two earned runs allowed as the Mariners picked up the 7-3 road win. For his career Hernandez is 7-2 with a 2.71 ERA in 10 all-time games. More recently the 2010 AL Cy Young winner again failed to get much run support in a 5-1 loss to the Chicago White Sox on the road on Tuesday. In that bout Hernandez was touched for five runs on eight hits, two of those being home runs, while walking two and striking out five over 6 2/3 innings of work. The Tigers have posted at least one extra-base hit in all 64 games this season. The 64-game streak is the longest streak to begin the season by a Tigers team since at least 1919. It also marks the longest streak to begin a campaign by an American League club since Tampa Bay collected an extra-base hit in 77 games to begin the 2007 campaign. As a unit, the Tigers are hitting .262 thus far in 2011 which is third-best in the AL. ' ' ' NFL,NHL,NBA,MLB,soccer,NCAA jerseys Wholesale
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