After rough start, Collins can't put Santana issue to rest

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Mets manager Terry Collins looks on during batting

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Mets manager Terry Collins looks on during batting practice before a game against the Yankees at Yankee Stadium. (June 8, 2012) (Credit: Jim McIsaac)

Still haunted by those 134 pitches, Terry Collins was hoping for absolution from Johan Santana. Something to put his mind at ease, maybe allow him to sleep better at night.

Collins didn't get it. What Santana delivered was more heartache for the manager after the Yankees pounded him for four home runs -- including three straight in a merciless third inning -- as the Mets crumbled, 9-1, in...

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