New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – June 15, 2011 – ESPN.

Well, that was unpleasant. The return of Jason Heyward was not the spark the offense hoped, though he was one of only four Braves to reach base. The tally:

Is this any way to run a railroad? The only bright spot of the night was a rain delay after the fourth which got Dillon Gee out of the ballgame, but unfortunately play resumed. The Mets already had a 3-0 lead off of Tim Hudson, with Jose Reyes (who else?) doubling, going to third on a Heyward throwing error, and scoring on a groundout in the first, and a two-run homer by Angel Pagan in the fourth.

Cristhian Martinez replaced Hudson after the rain delay and threw two good innings, but fell apart in the seventh, and Scott Linebrink came in to hold the Mets to just one run. Which they hardly needed. For some reason, Eric O’Flaherty pitched the ninth.