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The Sandy Alderson Mets Blog: "[Jose Reyes] didn't steal second in the 5th inning (when on first, up a run, with one out and Thole on third), nor did he steal in the 7th inning (when on first, with no outs, no one on and down by a run) 'Earlier in the season (my hamstring) was healthy,' Reyes explained to reporters after the game. 'It's not the same now, because I just come off of the disabled list. I don't want to blow out my leg running like crazy out there. If I feel good, I'll run like crazy. But right now my leg is not where it needs to be.'" The Ruben Amaro Jr. Phillies Nation: "A three-run homerun by Brandon Moss in the opening frame was more than enough offense for the IronPigs pitching staff, as four pitchers combined to hold the Columbus Clippers to 2 runs on 7 hits earning Lehigh Valley a victory in game 1 of the Triple-A International League Championship Series." 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