Mets Shut Out Nats

By BEN WALKER,  AP Baseball Writer

NEW YORK (AP) _ Dillon Gee shut down Washington once again,
tossing hitless ball until pitcher Livan Hernandez grounded a clean
single with two outs in the sixth inning, to lead the New York Mets
over the Nationals 1-0 Thursday.

The game ended with Washington manager Jim Riggleman, catcher
Ivan Rodriguez and third-base coach Bo Porter hollering at the
umpires, moments after a disputed call.

For Gee (3-0) and the Nationals, his performance probably looked
familiar. In his major league debut last September, the 25-year-old
righty held the Nationals without a hit until Willie Harris homered
leading off the sixth.

Justin Turner hit an RBI single in the fourth for the only run.

     (Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)


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