Found April 03, 2013 on Long Island Met Fan:
The Mets take the field tonight against the San Diego Padres, looking to start the 2013 season 2-0. Matt Harvey will get the start as the Mets #2, looking to expand on last years. respectable partial rookie season. Ike Davis looks to make adjustments from a poor opening day performance (striking out 4 times), and get the offensive Mojo going. Tonight's lineup tonight is a mirror image of
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