Terry Collins

Miami leads Fernandez from Marlins Park; Mets win 5-2

The Marlins walked half a block alongside a hearse carrying their ace away from Marlins Park at the start of a funeral motorcade Wednesday, and then peeled away with watery eyes to go back inside and play a game.

Drained by four days of grieving Jose Fernandez's death, they didn't have much left for the New York Mets.

Jay Bruce hit his 32nd home run, James Loney also homered and the Mets helped their NL wild-card chances by beating Miami 5-2.

"It was tough to have a ton of emotion out there," Marlins manager Don Mattingly said. "I think our guys did the best they possibly could. It's just hard to make up emotion. It was just a rough game to play, to...

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