This is last week's series in Los Angeles. Apologies for the delay; our office was moving on Thursday and Friday so things were pretty crazy. We still haven't quite settled in yet, but things are slowly getting back to "normal", whatever that is.
Game 1: Mets 4, Dodgers 1
Alay Soler's line from Game 1:
IP H R ER BB SO HR PC-ST GS 7.0 6 1 1 1 7 1 108-71 67After two less-than-stellar outings to begin his career, Soler turned in a beauty against the Dodgers.
- Hitting: Carlos Delgado, 13.0% WPA
- Pitching: Alay Soler, 31.9% WPA
- Hitting: Paul Lo Duca, -8.3% WPA
- Pitching: Pedro Feliciano, 0.0% WPA
Game 2: Dodgers 8, Mets 5
Pedro Martinez's line from Game 2:
IP H R ER BB SO HR PC-ST GS 5.0 8 7 6 2 6 2 104-66 29Easily Pedro's worst outing of the season. His next lowest game score was 47 and that was in his first start of the season, which he made after an abbreviated spring training due to his problematic toe.
- Hitting: David Wright, 9.0% WPA
- Pitching: Darren Oliver, 0.7% WPA
- Hitting: Pedro Martinez, -26.7% WPA
- Pitching: Endy Chavez, -14.2% WPA
Game 3: Mets 9, Dodgers 7
Tom Glavine's line from Game 3:
IP H R ER BB SO HR PC-ST GS 5.1 7 6 6 3 1 3 93-49 28Following Pedro's worst start of the year, Tom Terrific turned in a stinker of his own. He was fortunate that the Mets' offense clobbered Odalis Perez and then continued to clobber his replacement, Jae Seo.
- Hitting: Lastings Milledge, 22.2% WPA
- Pitching: Billy Wagner, 10.3% WPA
- Hitting: Endy Chavez, -11.3% WPA
- Pitching: Tom Glavine, -24.4% WPA