Rodrigo Lopez, leftRodrigo Lopez (1-0), 33 year old journeyman pitcher, a stranger to the Major Leagues for the last year and a half, with a career record of 65-65 and an ERA of 4.80, held the New York Mets to 6 hits and 2 runs over 6 1/3 innings and the Philadelphia Phillies offense set off the fireworks a night early, exploding for 7 runs in the first 3 innings off Livan Hernandez (5-4), then cruising to a 7-2 victory.Why wait 'til tomorrow?The Phillies scored 3 in the bottom of the 1st.   Chase Utley singled to drive in Jimmy Rollins, and Greg Dobbs singled to score Utley and Shane Victorino.   They added another run in the 2nd inning on an Utley sacrifice fly, then completed the fireworks display in the 3rd inning.   Jayson Werth led off that inning with a homer, then Rollins doubled driving in Pedro Feliz and Paul Bako to give the Phillies a 7-0 lead.In the top of the 7th the Mets drove Lopez from the game, scoring twice on an RBI double by Nick Evans who was then driven in on a double by Brian Schneider.   There was no further scoring.Church looked goodRyan Church was the bright light of the Met offense.   He had 3 hits in 4 at bats, including his 16th double of the season.   No other Met had more than 1 hit.The Met bullpen performed well.   Of particular note was Pat Misch, who threw 3 scoreless innings, recording 3 strikeouts.   Bobby Parnell and Elmer Dessens each threw a scoreless inning.   But the Met hitters were unable to light any fireworks of their own.   Perhaps tomorrow.Please visit cbssports.com for the box score.