Be vewy, vewy qwietThe New York Mets offense against the Florida Marlins tonight was about as successful as Elmer Fudd hunting wabbits, as in not very.   Detroit Tigers castoff Nate Robertson, he of the lifetime 51-69 record and career 4.92 ERA, must've had the Met batters singing "we're gonna have roast Marlin" before the game.   But he started for Florida and tossed a wascawee awway of pitches toward Met batters whose bats, much like Fudd's shotgun, didn't do much damage and the Marlins beat the Mets 3-1."Bwast!"Robertson (1-0) befuddled (yeah I said it) the Mets holding them to 1 run on 6 hits over 5 innings.   The only Mets run came in the 4th inning.   Jason Bay led off with a single and scored on a double by Jeff Francoeur.   Frenchy's double was the Mets only extra base hit, otherwise they managed only 6 harmwess singoos off of Robertson and relievers Burke Badenhop and Leo Nunez.James couldn't beat Florida, neither could the MetsJonathon Niese (0-1) made his first start of the season for the Mets.   He worked his way into and out of trouble throughout his appearance, ultimately finishing having allowed 3 runs on 2 walks and 8 hits over 6 innings.   The Mets bullpen acquitted itself well, allowing no runs on only 1 hit and 2 walks over the final 3 innings but the offense never woke up after Bugs Bunny, er I mean the Marlins pitchers, put them to sleep.   Among the Mets relievers to perform well was Ryota Igarashi who threw a scoreless inning in his major league debut.Marlin season!  Nat season!The Mets concluded their first series of the season 1-2.   Up next the Washington Nationals, who've allowed 24 runs so far in 3 games, visit Citi Field.   "West and wewaxation, huh?   Wubbish!"Box score