"Hit me," said Cleveland, and the Mets didThe New York Mets used 7 doubles, including 4 in a row in the 3rd inning, to down the Cleveland Indians tonight at Progressive Field 8-4.   Jason Bay bumped into Indians first baseman Andy Marte at full speed beating out an infield single in the 2nd inning and later left the game for precautionary measures with a quad contusion but not before contributing to the doubling.Attack!For the third game in a row the Mets had a 5-run inning.   Tonight it was the aformentioned 3rd inning.   With 1 out Ruben Tejada singled, then Jose Reyes singled to put runners on the corners.   Angel Pagan began the double parade driving in Tejada for a 1-0 Mets lead.   David Wright followed with a 2-run double.   Then Ike Davis doubled to drive in Wright, and finally Bay doubled to plate Davis and give the Mets a 5-0 lead.Van Damnit, Cleveland scoredMets starter Jon Niese (4-2) did not get quite as close to perfection as he did in his last start, a 1-hitter.   Tonight Shelley Duncan hit a 2-run homer off him, his second in 2 nights, in the 4th inning and it was 5-2 Mets.   In the bottom of the 5th the other Carlos Santana had an RBI single to make it 5-3.   That was as close as the Indians would get.The Mets are Cleveland's Double DaddyIn the 6th Chris Carter led off with a double for the Mets.   He moved to third on a Rod Barajas single then scored on a Jeff Francoeur single.   2 outs later Pagan knocked Indians starter Mitch Talbot (7-5) from the game with a 2-run single to make it 8-3 Mets.Harmless fun doubledThe Indians added a harmless run in the 8th for the final margin when Mets reliever Jenrry Mejia could not record an out.   He walked Santana and Travis Hafner back-to-back leading off the inning and was removed in favor or Elmer Dessens who walked Austin Kearns to load the bases then allowed a sacrifice fly to Jhonny Peralta for the 8-4 score.   Dessens prevented further damage by getting Duncan to ground into an inning-ending double play.Box score