The Mets scored a ton of runs in a couple of games at Yankee Stadium but struggled after that this week. As a team, they hit .229/.290/.369, which translates to an 88 wRC+. So it wasn't exactly a good week. Here's how each of the team's hitters did, though.
|Bobby Abreu, OF
|Despite not hitting any extra-base hits, Abreu managed a .786 OPS for the week thanks to a .500 OBP. That was good for a 150 wRC+ for the week.
|Eric Campbell, 1B
|When he played, Campbell hit .571/.571/.857. You might say he souped up the Mets’ lineup.
|Juan Centeno, C
|Centeno joined the Mets to fill in for Travis d’Arnaud, and in the two games he played, he had a .354 wOBA. There were a couple of defensive miscues, but he hit enough to call it a good week.
|Travis d’Arnuad, C
|d’Arnaud kept struggling at the plate before getting knocked in the head by a backswing and landing on the sevne-day concussion disabled list.
|Lucas Duda, 1B
|It’s been a tough month at the plate for El Dudarino, who neither hit nor walked much. On the bright side, he made some nifty defensive plays against the Yankees.
|Wilmer Flores, SS
|For some reason, Flores only played in one game over the past week, but he did well in it.
|Curtis Granderson, RF
|Granderson continued a strong month with a couple of home runs and an .820 OPS. The .227 batting average on the week isn’t pretty, but it doesn’t mean he did not produce.
|Juan Lagares, CF
|Lagares wasn’t in the starting lineup for a chunk of the week but made the most of the plate appearances he got, posting a .391 wOBA in the process.Oh, and he robbed a home run, too, in the same game that he hit one.
|Daniel Murphy, 2B
|While he wasn’t overwhelmingly dominant like he was the week before, Murphy still hit .321/.375/.429. That’s enough to keep his status at "he’s on fire!"
|Anthony Recker, C
|Recker’s .273 OPS for the week might look okay if it were a batting average.
|Ruben Tejada, SS
|Tejada continued to struggle mightily at the plate, hitting just .143/.217/.190. That’s an 18 wRC+.
|David Wright, 3B
|Wright followed up a pretty good week with a pretty bad one. He hit .276 but didn’t walk much or hit for power, and he struck out in 30 percent of his trips to the plate.
|Chris Young, OF
|Aside from a home run, Young did little at the plate.
|Eric Young Jr., OF
|Aside from a home run, Young Jr. did little at the plate.