Lastings Milledge contributed a diving, face-first catch in center field and a run-scoring single to the effort. Cliff Floyd had four RBI, including a three-run homer, and David Wright added a solo shot and three RBI.
Ben Shpigel of The New York Times has a nice feature on Bannister and his chances.
That Martinez's right big toe remains a painful proposition is no great surprise; in fact, as a result of Martinez's violent pitching motion, insiders maintain that Martinez will never again pitch without pain. It's the Mets' job to find a way to limit his discomfort, and surgery apparently wouldn't even help much.
Having thrown 83 pitches in a simulated game on Saturday, Martinez does appear to be getting closer to the track for Opening Day.
In this interview and in seemingly all of his others this spring, Milledge has shown candor and an honest approach that reflects well on him and his playing style. He's confident in his own abilities but not outright cocky - a mix that should play well if and when he gets to New York.