Jon Niese was on the bump last night against what used to be the Miami Mercenaries. Wade Leblanc, who pitched in the rotation spot of Carlos Zambrano, tried to get his beleaguered club a win-with no surprise, he did...even though he didn't qualify for it.Jon Niese was throwing hard and efficient and his counterpart kept the Mets off the scoreboard but not off the bases...the Mets put seven runners on base in the first three innings of this game yet failed to drive a single one in.Niese ran into trouble in the top of the fourth when, after Justin Ruggiano and Jose Reyes both hit cheap infield hits,  Carlos Lee hit a RBI single, Stanton hit an sac fly.  John Buck would score two runs when he hit a double down the left field line..that was all the Marlins needed for the win.Daniel Murphy put the Mets on the board in the bottom of the fifth when he went yard for the first time in Citi Field this year.  He also chased  Wade LaBlanc from the game after throwing just 85 pitches. Now, since the Marlins were already in their bullpen you would expect the Mets to begin scoring and they did.   After Jason Bay hit a single and Ike Davis followed suit.  It would be Andres Torres who would hit a ground ball with eyes scoring another the second Met run.  After a wild pitch that would move the runners to second and third, Josh Thole drew a walk for Jon Niese.....who batted and struck out with bases loaded.The Mets failed to score and wound up losing this game 4-2.   The Marlins were in their bullpen after the fifth inning and yet, the Mets failed to push across any more runs.  Now normally I would be very detailed about how the Mets lost this game but the fact of the matter is....the Mets really can't lose a game like this to a team like the Marlins who have basically mailed in this year.In my opinion this was not only a very disappointing game but a very boring one as well.  I was literally temped to watch Women's Olympic Volleyball as a substitute...