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Mets Player Performance Meter: Position Players, Week 15

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The Mets scored a total of 41 runs in their last seven games.

Justin K. Aller

The Mets went 3-4 in their last seven games before the All-Star break, and they scored 41 runs over that span. That's 5.85 runs per game, the type of week they put up a couple of times in early April. This week's meter covers those seven games, which ran from July 8 through July 14.

Player Last Week This Week Comment
Andrew Brown, 1B/OF Brown didn't play much and went just .125/.125/.125. Oh well.
John Buck, C John Buck was fantastic in April. Then he wasn't so fantastic. Now splitting time behind the plate more evenly with Anthony Recker, he's put together back-to-back good weeks as a hitter.
Marlon Byrd, RF Byrd just keeps hitting, this time putting together a .321/.367/.643 line with a pair of home runs.
Ike Davis, 1B I'm not sure which number is more discouraging, the .190 OBP or .105 SLG.
Lucas Duda, OF Duda, where's my left fielder?
Juan Lagares, OF He drew no walks and had no extra-base hits, but he hit .333. That's not terrible.
Daniel Murphy, 2B It was another very bad week at the plate for Murphy, who now has a .303 wOBA for the season. He's been ice cold for a long time.
Kirk Nieuwenhuis, OF Although he hit a home run and a double, Kirk didn't do a ton else at the plate.
Omar Quintanilla, SS Having played every day for a while now, Quintanilla might benefit from the four-day All-Star break.
Anthony Recker, C With a home run to his credit, Recker helped make up for a bunch of the outs he made.
Josh Satin, 1B In 10 plate apperances, Satin drew 4 walks. He had a hit, too, giving him a .500 OBP for the week. No fireball here, though, as he had no extra-base hits.
Justin Turner, IF Still working on coming back, Turner might rejoin the team sooner than later.
Jordany Valdespin, 2B/OF There a minor league demotions, and then there are minor league demotions.
David Wright, 3B In the midst of one of his best seasons in the big leagues, Wright had another good week. He's very, very rarely had even a mediocre week this year.
Eric Young Jr. He got on base at a .438 clip in 32 plate appearances and has been pretty good since joining the Mets. Perhaps the Mets have found something here.