New York Mets starting pitcher R.A. Dickey (11-8) was a mere mortal tonight.  Philadelphia Phillies duplicitous center fielder Shane Victorino took him deep for a solo home run on his 2nd pitch of the game to give the Phillies a 1-0 lead, then doubled to drive home former Met Wilson Valdez for a 2-0 lead after 2 innings.  The Mets landed one punch in this fight, a 2-run homer by Angel Pagan off of Joe Blanton (8-6) in the top of the 4th that briefly tied the game a 2 runs apiece.  But in the bottom of the inning Raul Ibanez singled to lead off the inning, then moved to 2nd base while Mets catcher Josh Thole looked everywhere but slightly to his left for a passed ball while Ibanez moved into scoring position from where he scored on a Carlos Ruiz single which gave the Phillies the lead they would never surrender.  The game was largely uneventful after that except for a 5th inning hard slide by Chase Utley into Mets 2nd baseman Ruben Tejada that sent the twitterverse atwittering.  In this writer's opinion it was a clean, hard slide, the kind of play a winning player on a winning team makes.  The losing team's fan base called for some form of retribution but losing teams don't seek retribution, they just lose like the Mets did tonight.  Final score Philadelphia Phillies 3, New York Mets score