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Mets Morning News: Mets perfect season is over, Marcum is day to day

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New York Mets related news and links for April 5, 2013

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So much for the dream of going 162-0 in 2013. Despite the best efforts of Dillon Gee, the Mets lost their first game of the season yesterday by a 2-1 score. Gee tossed 6.1 innings of 3-hit ball, and John Buck hit the home run that plated the Mets' lone run. Justin Turner also went 3-for-4 on Thursday. The full box score can be found here.

Shaun Marcum will definitely be missing his first start of the season, as he's been diagnosed with nerve inflammation. Marcum is currently listed as day to day, but will be heading back to Florida to recover. There is no word on how many starts that he might miss.

Up next for the Metsies will be the Florida Miami Marlins. Tonight's pitching matchup will feature Josh Johnson Mark Buehrle Alex Sanabia taking on R.A. Dickey Johan Santana Shaun Marcum Jeremy Hefner.

Yesterday at AA

Rob broke down the rosters of the Mets minor league affiliates now that they have been officially set.

Amazin' Avenue Audio Episode 14 is out, and there was an awful lot of discussion about Mets prospects in this one.

David looked at April 4th in Mets history, a day which saw Darryl Strawberry hit the roof in Olympic Stadium.

Around Baseball

The Mets aren't the only team who had their perfect season go in the tank yesterday, as the Braves dropped a 2-0 game to the Phillies.

The dream of 162-0 is still alive in Washington, as the Nats swept the Marlins in what will likely be the first of many sweeps for both teams this season.

Across town, the Yankees managed to take the final game of the series against the Red Sox. I guess 0-162 was unlikely anyway, but it would have been nice.

Grant Brisbee took a stab at figuring out who the most valuable pitchers in baseball are at the moment.