Mets Vs. Phillies: New York Drops Series Finale, 8-2, Wins Series, 2-1

The New York Mets lost to the Philadelphia Phillies, 8-2, on Sunday in the series finale at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Although the Mets lost the game, they won the series, 2-1.

The Mets got a good outing from Mike Pelfrey before the bullpen let things unravel late in the game. Pelfrey pitched six innings and allowed one run despite giving up eight hits. The run came in the first inning. New York led 2-1 after the first inning after a two-run shot by Ike Davis. The Mets wouldn't score again and had their remaining seven hits scattered by Phillies' pitchers. After Pelfrey exited the game, Ramon Martinez gave up two runs in the seventh inning which led him to be charged with a blown save and the loss in the game. Cole Hamels got the win for Philadelphia. He had 10 strikeouts, one walk and two earned runs in 7 innings.

Ty Wigginton only had one hit but had four RBI to lead the Phillies. While Ike Davis drove in both runs for the Mets, David Wright and Lucas Duda also went 2-4 in the game.

Mets outfielder Jason Bay was scratched before the game with a jammed right ring finger. X-rays taken on the finger were negative.

For more on the Mets, be sure to check out our blog Amazin' Avenue and SB Nation New York for all the latest news and updates.

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