Bartolo Colon plays potential inside-the-park home run into a double

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Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon smashed a line drive to the center field wall against Miami’s shallow outfield defense in the second inning on Sunday. Most hitters would have been eyeing a possible inside-the-park home run. Not Colon. The 42-year-old, ex-White Sox went into his own home run trot and pulled up at second with a double. The hit scored a run and helped the Mets defeat the Marlins 4-3.

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