Going on limited coverage, here is what I came up with for todays game:
As I reported earlier, Mike Pelfrey pitched 2 scoreless innings, only giving up one hit and striking out one.
Matt Wise, Brian Stokes, Pedro Feliciano and Jorge Sosa all followed with a scoreless and hitless inning respectively.
Willie Collazo gave up all four runs in the bottom of the 7th inning. Collazo allowed a triple, a run-scoring double, and a two-run single.
Rough go for Collazo, but it's still wayyy too early to think this means anything for the season.
The only runs for the Mets came in the first 2 innings, on a sac-fly from Ramon Castro with the bases loaded in the first and a Anderson Merchado run scoring triple in the 2nd. Angel Pagan scored on Castro's sac-fly, and Michael Abreu crossed the plate on the triple. Ryan Church contributed with a walk to load the bases in the first inning.
Jeremy Bonderman, who was on the mound for the first two innings, did not use his breaking ball at all, while focusing on other pitches. Bonderman gave up 4 hits overall.
Don't worry, it's the first game and only a few players that will make the team took the 2 1/2 hour bus trip.