9 Things We Learned from the New York Mets' Dominant Opening Day Win

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9 Things We Learned from the New York Mets' Dominant Opening Day Win
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The New York Mets began the 2013 season with a bang, dominating the San Diego Padres 11-2.

The Mets scratched and clawed for an amazing 13 hits and five walks. Jon Niese was his usual reliable self on the mound. Collin Cowgill, one of the many new Mets, hit a huge grand slam in the seventh inning.

It is still very early in the season, and the Mets' performance against the Padres may not be the same as their performance against World Series contenders.

Nonetheless, here are nine things we learned from the huge Opening Day win:

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