The Mets ranked 29th in OPS at home last season. Only Miami was worse, which helps explain why the two teams often face off in less than thrilling matchups. Who can forget the 20-inning affair? While part of the Mets' inadequacy at hitting the baseball in Citi Field can be explained by the players in their lineup, there is still no excuse for how bad some of those players perform.
The table below shows that of the twelve Mets with at least 100 plate appearances at home last season, only three hit better (in terms of OPS) at home than on the road. We can see this by looking at the tOPS+ column, where 100 means the player had equal performance home and away.