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Mets Player Performance Meter, Week 10: Pitchers

How'd Frank Frank do this week?
How'd Frank Frank do this week?

Another week, another couple of sweeps involving the Mets. They lost three straight to the Reds over the weekend, but rebounded to take a trio of games from the Orioles. The bullpen was a little bitter than usual, and R.A. Dickey continues to be the best pitcher on the planet. On to the ratings!

Player Last Week This Week Comment
Miguel Batista, RHP Batista allowed just one hit and walk in 2.2 innings of relief work.
Tim Byrdak, LHP Byrdak recorded just one out, but it was a strikeout. Strikeouts are good.
R.A. Dickey, RHP Just another complete-game one-hitter from Dickey, this time with 13 K. He now has 103 K and just 21 BB on the season.
Frank Francisco, RHP Francisco only got into one save situation, walking in a run last night before ultimately escaping the mess he created.
Dillon Gee, RHP In 13.1 innings spanning two starts, Gee had 13 K and 3 BB as he continues to look like a much better pitcher than he was last year. Home runs remain a weakness, however, as he served up three.
Jeremy Hefner, RHP Last week, Hefner didn't have an appearance, and this week, he only had a one-inning outing in which he gave up three hits and a pair of runs.
Jon Niese, LHP Against the Reds' lineup, Niese notched 7 K and only issued 1 BB in 7 innings, but he gave up 4 ER in the process.
Bobby Parnell, RHP Captain Fastball had just 1 K in 1.2 innings but looked very good throughout.
Elvin Ramirez, RHP Ramirez has yet to produce results like he did in Buffalo, but he wasn't awful this week.
Ramon Ramirez, RHP Ramirez is with High-A St. Lucie making rehab appearances as he recovers from a strained hamstring suffered during the post-no-hitter celebratory dogpile.
Jon Rauch, RHP For a guy who looked destined for a long-term stint on the disabled list a couple weeks ago, Rauch has pitched very well of late.
Johan Santana, LHP After a couple of rough starts, Santana looked like himself again in his outing against the Orioles on Tuesday night with six scoreless.
Chris Young, RHP Young may not be a dominant pitcher, but he managed seven strong innings against the Reds. He now has a 3.06 ERA and 3.00 FIP since his return but has yet to surrender a home run.