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Thursday, October 05, 2006

Mets win

Mets 6, Dodgers 5
Delgado's Four Hits Lead Mets Past Dodgers

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Published: October 4, 2006

NEW YORK (AP) -- Minus two top starters, the New York Mets got dynamic postseason debuts from Carlos Delgado and David Wright to jump ahead of the Dodgers.

Cliff Floyd’s solo home run in the fourth inning gave the Mets a 2 -1 lead. The Mets went on to beat the Dodgers 6 – 5 in Game 1 of their divisional series.

Back in the playoffs for the first time since losing the 2000 Subway Series, the Mets capitalized on a wild baserunning blunder by Los Angeles and a perfectly respectable performance from emergency starter John Maine in a 6-5 victory Wednesday.

Billy Wagner closed it for his first postseason save, fanning Nomar Garciaparra with a runner on second for the final out.

Playing in the first playoff game of his 14-year career, Delgado had four hits, a mammoth homer and the go-ahead RBI in the seventh inning. Wright drove in three runs, helping the Mets take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-five series.

Game 2 is Thursday night, with rookie left-hander Hong-Chih Kuo on the mound for the Dodgers against 290-game winner Tom Glavine. Kuo pitched six shutout innings at Shea Stadium on Sept. 8 for his only major league win.

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