New York Mets defeat Florida Marlins, 3-2

This one also was for Dad.

Jordan Wiener, the Queens teen who threw a no-hitter for Robert F. Kennedy High School a day after his father's emotional funeral last month, was honored at Citi Field Sunday before the Mets' 3-2 win over the Marlins.

Wearing an unbuttoned Johan Santana jersey, the lanky southpaw threw out the ceremonial first pitch, snapping off a curveball that broke over the heart of the plate. He then jogged off the field, but not before stopping midway...

John Maine wasn't the only pitcher feeling sick to his stomach at Citi Field Sunday.

Setup man J.J. Putz didn't stick around the clubhouse to answer questions following the Mets' 3-2 victory over the Marlins, but he likely walked off the field with the same queasy feeling that had Maine throwing up in the middle of the game.

Not because Putz was suffering from the same bug, which also sidelined Carlos Beltran, but because he failed to complete a full inning for the f...

David Wright's bat took another day off Sunday, but his glove got the job done when the Mets needed it most.

Wright's diving catch of a line drive started an inning-ending, rally-killing double play in the sixth inning, helping the Mets to a 3-2 win over Florida at Citi Field.

With the Mets up 3-1, the Marlins had runners on first and third with one out against John Maine, who was one of several Mets fighting a stomach virus.

Jorge Cantu hit a low liner that Wrigh...

Before the game, an ailing John Maine lay on a couch in the Met clubhouse, his right arm draped over his eyes. Afterward, as Maine waited his turn in the interview room and watched Jerry Manuel's postgame press conference, the peaked-looking pitcher leaned against a wall, resting his cheek against the cool plaster.

Maine was sick, ravaged by a stomach virus. But while he may have looked terrible at rest, he was dynamic while pitching against the Marlins even as he tried...