Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon's behind-the-back throw to get Marlin's batter Justin Bour out at first base would make a Harlem Globetrotter jealous. It was just part of a big show the 42-year-old Colon put on Saturday night as he went the distance in a shutout of Florida. He allowed no walks as he threw 100 pitches in the 7-0 win that keeps the first place mets at least five games ahead of the Nationals. Colon extended his scoreless innings streak to 25.
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