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NEW YORK -- When told he was going to start the makeup of Fridays rainout, Daisuke Matsuzaka said he was certain he could go deep into the game, throw maybe 100 pitches, even though hes spent this season in the bullpen. He never mentioned anything about his hitting. The 33-year-old right-hander had success with both Sunday, pitching six solid innings and helping the offence-starved Mets with an RBI single as New York salvaged a doubleheader split with a 4-2 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks. "Im pretty confident in my hitting so I just wanted to get a hit and get a run in," the .185 career hitter coming in said through a translator. "I wanted to pitch as deep into the game as I could and today I was able -- that was the least I couldve done." Bobby Abreu added a run-scoring double in a rare chance to play because Eric Young Jr. was held out with a tight right hamstring. He will be examined by a doctor before the Mets decide if the speedy outfielder needs to go on the disabled list. Outfielder Matt den Dekker is on his way to New York from Triple-A Las Vegas in case Young goes on the DL. The Diamondbacks used a miscue by Daniel Murphy in the ninth and turned a season high-tying five double plays for a 2-1 victory in the opener. Anthony Recker had a career high four hits. Pinch-hitter Ruben Tejada hit a tiebreaking single off Triple-A Reno callup Zeke Spruill (0-1) in the sixth inning for the Mets, who have won just three of 11 games. "We realize were not hitting, were not scoring runs. When you can win a game, when you can get a big hit -- Ruben had a tremendous big hit for us -- its a lift," manager Terry Collins said. "Its nice to go into the next series with a W." Murphy added an RBI single in the eighth for New York. Jenrry Mejia pitched the ninth for his third save after getting the loss in the opener. Its the first time the converted starter pitched twice in a day and he is finally feeling like a closer. "Right now I feel pretty good. Lets see how I feel (Monday)," he said. "Its unbelievable." The 33-year-old Matsuzaka (2-0) made 123 starts and one relief appearance in seven big league seasons before being called up by the Mets in mid-April. The longest of his 14 relief outings this season was 3 2-3 innings and 56 pitches. But he threw 98 pitched and allowed only three hits. Other than a three-batter sequence in the second when Aaron Hill led off with a single, Martin Prado got a favourable carom for an RBI triple and Cody Ross followed with a run-scoring groundout, Matsuzka was sharp. He struck out six, walked one and hit a batter. Matsuzaka got a run back for the Mets when he sent a broken-bat flare into left field in the second inning. "It tells you the kind of heart hes got," Collins said of Matsuzaka. "He knows we needed help." After Lucas Duda and Chris Young each stranded six runners and grounded into a combined three double plays in the first game, Collins mixed up a lineup that was 1 for 13 with runners in scoring position in the opener. They were 4 for 13 in the late game. The 40-year-old Abreu was making only his sixth start since coming up five weeks ago and he had two hits, driving in the tying run in the fifth with a double off Spruill, the Diamondbacks 26th man for the twin-bill. Tejada hit for Matsuzaka in the bottom of the sixth and had an RBI single. Spruill gave up 10 hits and three runs in 5 1-3 innings. "He did well for us. ... He gave us a chance to win," Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson said. "But we could mount no offence at all." In the opener, the Diamondbacks broke a 1-all tie when Murphy dropped a throw at second base from David Wright, trying for an inning-ending forceout in the ninth. A.J. Pollock, who doubled off Mejia (4-1), scored when Murphy dropped Wrights force attempt at second base on Owings grounder to third base. Owings homered off Rafael Montero and Wright had an RBI single off Bronson Arroyo, both runs coming in the first. Addison Reed earned his 14th save. Montero and Arroyo impressed with differing styles. The 23-year-old Montero used a 91-92 mph fastball to strikeout 10 in his third big league start. The high-kicking, slow-pitching Arroyo induced four double plays -- including inning-ending turns in the second, third and fourth innings to keep the game tied. Duda had the double play that hurt the most. With first and third, he hit a sharp grounder off Evan Marshall (2-0) to first baseman Paul Goldschmidt, who threw home. Catcher Miguel Montero made a perfect relay back to Goldschmidt at first base. Gibson said he lifted Arroyo after six innings because the 37-year-old right-hander had a tender elbow. "Ill be fine. Ill make my next start," Arroyo said. "Theres times when youre grinding through (stuff)." Hill had to leave the finale a couple of innings after he fouled a ball off his left ankle. "It blew up pretty big on him, the top of his ankle, so I had to get him out of there," Gibson said. "I think itll be OK, but its pretty swollen up; he couldnt hit." NOTES: Mets C Travis dArnaud (concussion) caught five innings Sunday and went 1 for 3 with a two-run home run for Double-A Binghamton in his first rehab game. ... Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said RHP Dillon Gee (strained right lat) was help out of his rehab start. He also said a June 5 return for Gee is unlikely. ... The Mets 26th man for the DH, RHP Vic Black, was sent back to Las Vegas. ... The Diamondbacks were a combined 0 for 13 with runners in scoring position.
. -- Wide receiver Sidney Rice should be fully recovered from a torn knee ligament by the time the Seattle Seahawks start defence of their Super Bowl title, general manager John Schneider said Wednesday.
. Bryant, who signed a five-year, $34 million contract as a free agent with Cleveland in March, reported symptoms on Monday morning, a team spokesman said.
. His big 2-minute outburst in the fourth quarter Tuesday night is all that really mattered for the Dallas Mavericks.
. The injury could land Machado on the 15-day disabled list, but its not as serious as it looked on Monday night, when the third baseman crumpled in a heap at the plate after taking an awkward swing in a game against the New York Yankees.
. Ellis had a season-high 37 points and two key assists late, Dirk Nowitzki led a fourth-quarter rally with 14 of his 35 points, and the Mavericks spoiled Howards best offensive night in Houston with a 123-120 victory over the Rockets on Wednesday night. MONTREAL -- The Hamilton Bulldogs second line had it going Friday night. Michael Blunden scored twice and Gabriel Dumont added another as the Bulldogs defeated the Syracuse Crunch 4-1 in American Hockey League action in front of 8,002 fans at the Bell Centre in Montreal. "Weve been working well since weve been put together," said Blunden of Dumont and Justin Courtnall, his third linemate. "I really enjoy our line. We just have to keep going. "Were playing good hockey right now. Were scoring goals. Things are good right now. Justin and Gabe (Dumont) just work their butts off." Blundens line was responsible for three of four goals, and five total points. "Its been good since the beginning of the year," said Dumont, who scored his first goal of the year mid-way through the second period. "Tonight, the puck went in for our line. We always play well, especially recently. Were playing solidly." Blunden scored late in the first period after a couple of beautiful manoeuvres from Dumont and the 26-year-old forward returned the favour in the third, feeding Dumont to make the score 3-0 at that point. Bulldogs (8-7-3) head coach Sylvain Lefebvre played his second line against Syracuses top line, which includes NHL-calibre players Nikita Kucherov and Vladislav Namestnikov, and was pleased with the result. "Theyre doing the job," said Lefebvre. "Dumont scored, Blunden got two goals. Their line is playing good, solid, physical hockey - really good hockey. All in all, it was a great night. "(Dumont) has had a lot of scoring chances since the start of the season. Scoring his first of the season was a weight lifted off his shoulders Im sure." Goaltender Dustin Tokarski madde 25 saves on 26 shots for Hamilton.dddddddddddd. Syracuses (9-5-2) Jean-Philippe Cote ruined Tokarskis shutout bid late in the third period. Tokarski now has a 2.07 goals-against-average and a .927 save percentage. The Bulldogs opened the scoring when Blunden put his fourth of the year over Crunch goaltender Cedrick Desjardins shoulder at 15:55 of the first. Dumont was instrumental on the play, dodging a hit along the boards and skillfully avoiding a sprawling Luke Witkowksi in front of the net before feeding the puck to Blunden. "We practice 2-on-1s pretty often," said Dumont of the play. "I knew he was going to post up there. I just saw him out there. I knew if I had (Witkowski) beat, when he dove, that if I just left it there for him, he was going to score." Morgan Ellis doubled Hamiltons lead when his slap shot from the blue line beat Desjardins at 11:00 of the second period. It was also his first of the year. The Bulldogs kept pressing and scored again two minutes later on another 2-on-1 when Blunden unselfishly dished the puck to a wide-open Dumont. Syracuse defenceman Cote, who played five seasons with Hamilton and eight career NHL games with the Canadiens in 2005, scored a consolation goal for the Crunch at 15:13 of the third period. Blunden added an empty-netter. With the win, the Bulldogs extended their win streak to three games and jumped to 8th in the Western Conference with 19 points. Syracuse and Hamilton face off again Saturday night at the War Memorial Arena in New York. Notes: Hamilton leading-scorer Sven Andrighetto is day-to-day with an upper-body injury and did not face the Crunch. a Syracuse beat Hamilton 4-1 at the Bell Centre last season in front of 18,582 fans. ' ' '
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