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New York Mets-Los Angeles Dodgers: Mets Drop Series Opener, 2-0

NEW YORK - JUNE 18:  Hisanori Takahashi #47 of the New York Mets pitches against The New York Yankees during their game on June 18, 2010 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx Borough of New York City.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
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Flushing Baseball DailyContributor IJuly 23, 2010

Another loss. Another loss. Can the Mets win a game?

Hisanori Takahashi had a great start. He allowed two runs, one in the first and one in the seventh. He also allowed three hits. The Mets threatened early, having runners on the corners and one out, and also the bases loaded with two outs, but failed to score.

The Mets have not scored a run since Rod Barajas hit a home run against Arizona on Wednesday. No offense, really, for the Mets tonight. Hiroki Kuroda just beat them, plain and simple. The Mets couldn’t do a good job beating him. Not much to say.

W-Hiroki Kuroda (8-8)

L-Hisanori Takahashi (7-5)

S-Hong-Chih Kuo (S)

Flushing Baseball Daily reporter, Tyler Moore. Follow Tyler on Twitter, where he'll discuss Mets, and also his posts. If you wish to email him, send an email to Tyler with the subject of Flushing Baseball Daily Mail. Thanks for reading!

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