New York Mets' Pitching and Clutch Hitting Leads to Series Victory over Marlins

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New York Mets' Pitching and Clutch Hitting Leads to Series Victory over Marlins
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The New York Mets opened their season on a positive note, taking two of three from the division rival Florida Marlins.

Things didn't start out too well as Mike Pelfrey wasn't on his game Friday night, but the Mets played stellar baseball over the next two games.

After not winning a road series in 2010 until the middle of June, they did so to open the 2011 season and won the rubber game in convincing fashion. Their pitching was fabulous and their hitting looked potent.

New manager Terry Collins looked like he knows what he's doing in making some great decisions, especially when using his bench.

Continue reading for a complete breakdown of the Mets' series win in Miami, with who came through and who struggled the most, plus a brief look ahead to the Phillies series starting on Tuesday.

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