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Aftermath: Mets vs Cardinals (08/22/2006 - 08/24/2006)

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Game 1: Mets 8, Cardinals 7


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John Maine's line from Game 1:

 IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR   PC-ST   GS
5.0   6   7   7   2   5   2   82-57   30
Maine's toughest outing to date, though you can forgive him for getting roughed up by King Albert; much better pitchers than Maine have before.

Mr. Met:

  • Hitting: Carlos Beltran, 64.5% WPA
  • Pitching: Chad Bradford, 15.9% WPA
Mr. Regret:
  • Hitting: Jose Reyes, -13.0% WPA
  • Pitching: John Maine, -33.9%

(FanGraphs.com)
(ESPN.com Boxscore)

Game 2: Mets 10, Cardinals 8


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Steve Trachsel's line from Game 2:

 IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR   PC-ST   GS
5.0   6   6   6   3   1   3   87-50   29
Terrible. An otherwise horrible start, yet Trachsel picks up another win because the offense staked him to a big lead. He did his best to make it a close game, but to no avail.

Mr. Met:

  • Hitting: Jose Reyes, 21.7% WPA
  • Pitching: Billy Wagner, 8.2% WPA
Mr. Regret:
  • Hitting: Steve Trachsel, -4.7% WPA
  • Pitching: Steve Trachsel, -7.5% WPA

(FanGraphs.com)
(ESPN.com Boxscore)

Game 3: Mets 6, Cardinals 2


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Dave Williams's line from Game 3:

 IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR   PC-ST   GS
6.1   7   2   2   1   4   1  102-67   54
Anytime you can get a win out of a retread like Dave Williams you know things are going well. To his credit, Williams pitched admirably, limiting the damage with some help from Endy Chavez's glove. For a soft-tosser like Williams it's vital that he keeps his walks to a minimum. The opposition is going to get their hits, so if he can avoid needlessly putting guys on base he will stand a much better chance of succeeding.

Mr. Met:

  • Hitting: Paul Lo Duca, 20.8% WPA
  • Pitching: Roberto Hernandez, 19.0% WPA
Mr. Regret:
  • Hitting: Carlos Beltran, -7.1% WPA
  • Pitching: None

(FanGraphs.com)
(ESPN.com Boxscore)