What Ike Davis accomplished Tuesday night was hardly superhuman. Braves starting pitcher Kris Medlen hung a two-strike curveball, and in a big spot in the Mets' eventual 4-1 victory, Davis ripped a run-scoring double off the rightfield fence. In a typical season, it would have registered as just one of several key hits that the Mets used to support starter Carlos Torres, who steadied himself to...
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