Game Photos: Atlanta Braves @ New York Mets, April 18, 2014, Citi Field, Flushing, NY

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Here are my game photos from last night's game between the Atlanta Braves and New York Mets  The Mets were one-hit by the Braves, and lost the 6-0.

Also, just before the game first baseman Ike Davis was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates for minor league pitcher, Zack Thorton and a player to be named later.

Ike Davis taking his last BP has a member of the New York Mets (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

The best in the business, Kevin Burkhardt (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)


Roger McDowell (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

David Wright (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Daniel Murphy warming up (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Jon Niese walk to the bullpen (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

"The Big Hurt" Frank Thomas was on hand (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Tyler Pastornicky works on taking ground balls (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Freddie Freeman and Dan Uggla (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Bartolo Colon and Jose Valverde shag balls (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Josh Satin (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Curtis Granderson stretching before the game (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Lucas Duda warmig up (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Ruben Tejada (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Murphy and Tejada (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Ruben Tejada (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

The Captain (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

B.J. Upton (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)


Coming in from the bullpen (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)
Jon Niese (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Andrelton Simmons (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Chris Johnson (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Freddie Freeman (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Jon Niese (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

David Wright (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Eric Young Jr. tries to lay down a bunt (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Duda holding on Uggla (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)

Grandrson rips a deep fly ball (Photo Credit/Corey Mansfield)
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