Nope.  No, not them either.  It was your New York Mets.  The Yankees fell in extra innings to the Tampa Bay Rays and the Jets offense failed to show up for their game at New Giants Stadium (yeah I said it) against the Baltimore Ravens.  The Mets went into extra innings versus the visiting Pittsburgh Pirates scoreless and were seemingly in a battle with their former stadium mates the Jets for most inept offense. But once the two players I specifically complained about starting tonight's game for the Mets were replaced the offense kicked in.  Ruben Tejada, in for Lucas Duda, the first offending player, as part of a double switch, led off the bottom of the 10th with a double.  Then Nick Evans, pinch-hitting for Hisanori Takahashi who had been inserted earlier as part of a double switch that removed the second offending player Luis Hernandez, singled to drive in Tejada with the winning run.  Memo to Jerry Manuel:  Tejada and Evans should be playing more than you're playing them.  Final score New York Mets 1, Pittsburgh Pirates score