It rains in Florida too.   The GCL Mets defeated the GCL Nationals 5-3 in a rain shortened game at Tradition Field in Port St. Lucie Florida.   The game was called after 2009 draftee C Nelfi Zapata led off the 6th inning with a single.   That single capped off a 3 for 3 day for Zapata, who batting sixth also doubled, scored a run and drove in 2 runs.   In 3 games Zapata is batting .556 with 5 RBI.   RF Kurt Steinhauer batted third and was 1 for 3.   Travis Ozga played 3B and batted seventh, and was 0 for 2 when the rains came.   Game Fun Fact:   old friend Lastings Milledge played CF and batted lead off for the GCL Nats, walking in both of his 2 plate appearances.   For more information see the box score and recap.   In other Port St. Lucie news, this guy allegedly used a taser on his mother because apparently assaulting her with his 3 foot sword wasn't good enough.Mother TaserIn Aberdeen Maryland the Brooklyn Cyclones took on the Aberdeen IronBirds at Ripken Stadium.   Sam Honeck started at 1B, batted third and was 0 for 4 with a walk.   LF Nick Santomauro was 0 for 3 with a walk and a run scored from the sixth spot in the order.   The Cyclones won big, beating the IronBirds 9-2.   Check out the game summary, the box score and the recap for more information.   OurSports Central has the official game story.   Inside the O's has the Oriole perspective.The Kingsport Mets continued their homestand by welcoming the Bluefield Orioles to Hunter Wright Stadium.   Joseph Bonfe played 3B and batted third, and hit his first double of the season in going 1 for 3 with a run scored.   C John Freeman batted sixth and finished 1 for 4 with an RBI.   John Semel batted eighth, played LF and went 1 for 3.   The Orioles won the game 4-1.   See the box score and recap for more.   The Bluefield Daily Telegraph has a game story, as do the Kingsport Times News and