NEW YORK, July 18 (UPI) -- Clay Hensley and four relievers handcuffed the Mets on three hits Monday and the Florida Marlins posted a 4-1 victory over New York.
Hensley (1-2) hurled five shutout frames, allowing only one hit, walking two and fanning three in his first major league start since 2008, when he was with the San Diego Padres.
Mike Stanton broke a scoreless tie with a two-run double in the fourth inning, putting the Marlins ahead for good.
New York's Chris Capuano (8-9) was touched for all four runs on seven hits in a 7 2/3-inning start.
Jason Bay drove in the Mets' only run with a ninth-inning sacrifice fly.