The Mets' offensive struggles continued -- two hits, two walks, one run.went 0-for-3 with a strikeout in his mildly hyped debut. Two Braves batters individually out-hit the entire Mets lineup. Quoth : "It's a little depressing". On a positive note, hit a double and is no longer 0-for-Atlanta this season. Chris Carter stole his first MLB base.
stumbled through five innings, throwing just 46 of his 83 pitches for strikes (55%). His season rate is 63%. He allowed nine hits and all four runs. , and each tossed a scoreless inning.
Oh, and here is your Amazin' Avenue moment of zen:
In related news, Kevin Burkhardt sent the most texts tonight since the Kris Allen vs Adam Lambert final on American Idol. I'll stop talking about Francoeur when everyone else does. Hopefully it will die down, and people will no longer accuse us of disliking Francoeur, human being, as opposed to Francoeur, baseball player. To reiterate -- if you are/were a fan of Frenchy and are put off by any criticism directed his way because you like fun players with affable personalities, that's fine. You may enjoy going to the ballpark and rooting for guys like that, regardless of how good the team is. If so, terrific. To each his own. But don't go bitching and moaning about another fourth place finish, thanks in no small part to the Mets receiving the worst offensive right field production in the league.
Hanson sings lullaby Mets cannot stop
While Braves greet Pelf with a batting MMMBop
Big "winners": Chris Carter +2.3%, Pedro Feliciano +0.7%
Big losers: Mike Pelfrey -25.1% (as pitcher), Carlos Beltran -6.0%
Teh aw3s0mest play: Eric Hinske groundout +5.2%
Teh sux0rest play: Jason Heyward double -10.7%
Total pitcher WPA: -23.4%
Total batter WPA: -26.6%
GWRBI!: Martin Prado
Nice job by KeithsMoustache; his effort in the game thread embiggens us all.
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