NEW YORK -- It could have been one of the best wins of the season, a game that would have been replayed for years on SNY. Instead, there's this: By Sunday morning, the New York Mets could have a new cleanup hitter and a new closer. Is that good? Saturday night's 7-5 loss to the Atlanta Braves wasn't even that bad a game for the Mets, who knocked Braves closer Craig Kimbrel out and nearly beat him in the ninth inning. But it was another terrible game for Curtis Granderson, the $60 million cleanup man, and for Jose Valverde, the fill-in closer.