It was an all-or-none week for the Mets' hitters. Some were on fire, but others barely reached base. As a team, the Mets' .317 wOBA now ranks fifth in the National League.
Statistics below run from May 11 through 17 unless otherwise noted.
|Mike Baxter, OF
|Baxter had just nine plate appearances but raked.
|Jason Bay, LF
|The latest is that Bay should return sooner than later, creating somewhat of a logjam in the outfield.
|Ronny Cedeno, SS
|Outside of his improbable home run yesterday, Ronny C. didn't hit much at all.
|Ike Davis, 1B
|This is getting painful to watch.
|Lucas Duda, RF
|The Dude may not have hit any home runs, but The Dude didn't make many outs this week, either.
|Scott Hairston, OF
|Another light-hitting week for the veteran.
|Rob Johnson, C
|Bunts! Or in this case, one rally-starting bunt.
|Daniel Murphy, 2B
|The Irish Hammer continued to hit for average and draw walks, but his three doubles added a little pop to his offensive line.
|Mike Nickeas, C
|Get well soon, Josh Thole.
|Kirk Nieuwenhuis, OF
|With a .576 OPS, it was a forgettable week. If I were a Trekkie, I'd say something clever about one of Captain Kirk's failures.
|Ruben Tejada, SS
|Tejada's not close to returning.
|Josh Thole, C
|Still resting after suffering a concussion.
|Andres Torres, CF
|After a very good week, Torres was the Mets' worst hitter this week with a .324 OPS.
|Justin Turner, IF
|So much grission.
|Jordany Valdespin, IF
|.111/.111/.111 says it all.
|David Wright, 3B
|Wright earns the first fireball of the year after a week in which he led the team at .565/.667/.913.