In 2002, then GM of the Montreal Expos Omar Minaya traded a bunch of no names at that time for Bartolo Colon. Considering those bunch of no names happened to be LHP Cliff Lee, SS Brandon Phillips and OF Grady Sizemore alot of people say this was the “trade of the decade”. Bartolo spent some of this afternoon reminding the national audience on FOX why any GM would EVER part with that kind of talent for his arm. He wasnt the 95MPH plus pitcher that he was in 2002 but he didnt need to be to pretty much own the Mets. Dillion Gee to his regard, matched Colon 0 for 0 for 5 innings until the flood gates opened up. Granderson got the party started with a solo home run to break up a 0-0 tie. Texieria would follow with a single up the middle and Arod would follow that with a single of his own. Robinson Cano tripled to score two more runs and Nick Swisher hit a sac fly to drive in Cano to make it 4-0. Nunez would hit a solo homer in the 9th. Mets make some noise in the 9th with 2 runs but it was not enough as the Yankees win 5-2.