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    JUPITER, Fla. (AP) - Mark Buehrle had another rough outing. He's not worried.

    Buehrle had trouble pitching into the sixth inning, allowing four runs - three earned - and seven hits in the Miami Marlins' 6-5 win over the New York Mets on Saturday.

    "I feel like I've thrown terrible, as always, but it's not all about results, it's about getting your work in, innings up, pitch count up, get ready for opening day," Buehrle said.

    Minor leaguer Clint Sammons hit a game-ending single for Miami.

    Mets ace Johan Santana was happy with his bullpen session at Port St. Lucie earlier in the day and will see how he feels Sunday before the team names it's starting pitcher for opening day on Thursday.

    Miguel Batista, who learned Friday he made the Mets as a long reliever and spot starter, allowed Hanley Ramirez's solo homer in the second inning. Batista pitched two innings.

    Closer Frank Francisco relieved Batista and allowed two runs and five hits in two innings.

    "He's one of those veteran guys. I've had probably five or six people in the last week say don't get caught up in what he does in spring training, he does it every spring," Mets manager Terry Collins said. "He steps it up when the big lights come on."

    Francisco is schedule to pitch one inning on Monday.

    Buehrle cruised through four innings but ran into trouble in the fifth and only got one out in the sixth before hitting his pitch count. He threw 93 pitches.

    The Mets scored three runs in the fifth inning, hitting the ball hard four times.

    "I made a couple of mistakes, I had the ball up," Buehrle said. "Whenever I'm good and my ball is moving the way I want it to we get a lot of groundballs. When they're hitting the ball in the air it just means I'm up in the zone and a lot of times that's trouble for me."

    Lucas Duda doubled and scored on a triple by catcher Josh Thole. Pinch-hitter Mike Nickeas then tied the score 3-all with a home run over the right field fence.

    "For one inning he stayed there for a half an hour, that happens," Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen said.

    Buehrle was removed in sixth inning after walking Jason Bay. Bay later scored on an error by shortstop Donnie Murphy.

    Guillen has seen bad springs from Buehrle when both were with the White Sox.

    "That's the first time I've managed Buehrle he had a pretty good spring training," Guillen said. "Every other spring training was pretty ugly. I kind of like that. He's ready to go."

    Chris Coghlan had a hit in his only at-bat and drove in two runs for the Marlins. Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy was 2 for 2.

    NOTES: Infielder Donovan Solano, who was 2 for 3 and is hitting .410, was told by the Marlins will be optioned to Triple-A, meaning Donnie Murphy will make the team. Guillen said Solano, who was released last year by the Cardinals and has never played in the big leagues, had the best spring training on the team. ... Houston Astros owner Jim Crane toured the Mets' spring training site. The Mets are looking for a team to share their facility Port St. Lucie. The Astros deal in Kissimmee expires in 2015.

     
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    New York Mets
    HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVG
    Scott Hairston, CF4000030 .100
        Jon Rauch, P0000000 .000
        Vinny Rottino, 1B1000000 .302
    Ruben Tejada, SS4010020 .270
        Sean Kazmar, SS0000000 .000
    Daniel Murphy, 2B4020001 .321
        Wilfredo Tovar, PR-2B0100000 .000
    Ike Davis, 1B4010000 .204
        Pedro Zapata, PR-LF00000001.000
    Jason Bay, LF3100112 .211
        Manny Acosta, P0000000 .000
    Lucas Duda, RF4110022 .313
        Mike Baxter, RF0000000 .286
    Justin Turner, 3B3010102 .167
    Josh Thole, C3111010 .300
    Miguel Batista, P1000000 .000
        Frank Francisco, P0000000 .000
       a- Mike Nickeas, PH1112000 .241
        Ramon Ramirez, P0000000 .000
       b- Darrell Ceciliani, PH-CF2000010 .333
    Totals34583210  
    a-homered for Francisco in the 5th
    b-struck out for Ramirez in the 7th
    Batting
    2B - Ruben Tejada (3, Buehrle), Lucas Duda (3, Buehrle)
    3B - Josh Thole (2, Buehrle)
    HR - Mike Nickeas (1, Buehrle)
    SH - Josh Thole (1)
    RBI - Josh Thole (7), Mike Nickeas 2 (5)
    SB - Jason Bay 2 (4, 2nd base off Choate/Hayes, 2nd base off Cishek/Sammons)
    CS - Justin Turner (2, Home by Choate/Hayes)
    PK - Justin Turner (1, Buehrle)
    Team LOB - 5
    Fielding
    DP - Murphy-Tejada-Davis
    New York Mets
    PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
    Miguel Batista 2211011 5.40
    Frank Francisco 2522120 5.54
    Ramon Ramirez 2200100 5.40
    Jon Rauch (H,5) 1000010 5.91
    Manny Acosta (BS,1; L,0-1) 1.1633210 4.35
    Pitches-Strikes - Miguel Batista 11-10, Frank Francisco 20-15, Ramon Ramirez 12-8, Jon Rauch 5-5, Manny Acosta 20-12
    Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Miguel Batista 2-2, Frank Francisco 1-3, Ramon Ramirez 4-2, Jon Rauch 1-1, Manny Acosta 2-1
    Batters Faced - Miguel Batista 7, Frank Francisco 12, Ramon Ramirez 9, Jon Rauch 3, Manny Acosta 12
    Miami Marlins
    HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVG
    Giancarlo Stanton, RF3100116 .143
        Steve Cishek, P0000000 .000
       a- Chris Aguila, PH1000003 .000
        Heath Bell, P0000000 .000
    Logan Morrison, LF3011000 .375
        Rand Smith, LF2000003 .000
    Jose Reyes, SS1000000 .309
        Donnie Murphy, SS2001010 .225
        Jeff Dominguez, SS1110000 .214
    Hanley Ramirez, 3B1111000 .388
        Greg Dobbs, 3B4110001 .444
    Gaby Sanchez, 1B1000000 .212
        Austin Kearns, 1B2020000 .366
        Jaime Ortiz, 1B0100100 .000
       b- Tony Caldwell, PH10110001.000
    Omar Infante, 2B1010000 .356
        Donovan Solano, 2B3020001 .410
    John Buck, C1000001 .233
        Brett Hayes, C1010000 .250
        Clint Sammons, C2022000 .500
    Emilio Bonifacio, CF1110000 .189
        Chris Coghlan, CF1010200 .267
    Mark Buehrle, P2000024 .000
        Randy Choate, P0000000 .000
       c- Derek Perio, PH1000003 .000
        Ryan Patterson, RF1000013 .000
    Totals36615645  
    a-fouled out for Cishek in the 8th
    b-singled for Ortiz in the 9th
    c-fouled out for Choate in the 6th
    Batting
    2B - Logan Morrison (2, Francisco)
    HR - Hanley Ramirez (3, Batista)
    SF - Donnie Murphy (1)
    SH - Donovan Solano (1), Brett Hayes (1)
    RBI - Logan Morrison (3), Donnie Murphy (2), Hanley Ramirez (5), Tony Caldwell (1), Clint Sammons 2 (4)
    SB - Emilio Bonifacio (4, 2nd base off Francisco/Thole)
    Team LOB - 12
    Fielding
    E - Steve Cishek (1, Throwing), Donnie Murphy (1, Misplayed grounder)
    Miami Marlins
    PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
    Mark Buehrle 5.1743141 6.62
    Randy Choate 0.2000110 0.00
    Steve Cishek 2110040 1.17
    Heath Bell (W,1-0) 1000010 0.00
    Pitches-Strikes - Mark Buehrle 37-31, Randy Choate 9-4, Steve Cishek 16-16, Heath Bell 5-5
    Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Mark Buehrle 6-5, Randy Choate 1-0, Steve Cishek 2-1, Heath Bell 1-1
    Batters Faced - Mark Buehrle 23, Randy Choate 3, Steve Cishek 8, Heath Bell 3
    Game Information
    Attendance - 5243
    Game Time - 2:30
    Temperature - 81
    Umpires - Home - James Hoye, First Base - C.B. Bucknor, Second Base - D.J. Reyburn, Third Base - Chris Conroy