As a team, the Mets were not good at hitting over the ten games since the All-Star break. They managed a .500 road trip despite that, of course, and for that, they can thank Lucas Duda.
|Bobby Abreu, OF
|At some point, a long string of bad weeks might make Abreu a goner, right? He had a .308 OPS in this one.
|Eric Campbell, 1B
|Everyone’s favorite can of soup put up a picket fence slash line: .111/.111/.111.
|Travis d’Arnaud, C
|While he wasn’t awful, d’Arnaud certainly didn’t hit the way he had been hitting before the break.
|Lucas Duda, 1B
|One of the hottest hitters in baseball, Duda has hit four home runs and batted .286/.390/.657 over the last ten days. He has been the Mets’ best hitter this year.
|Brought back after Ruben Tejada was hit in the head with a fastball, Flores hit just .143/.143/.143 in two games.
|Curtis Granderson, OF
|After a fairly long stretch of very good production, Granderson was subpar at the plate over this week.
|Juan Lagares, CF
|The Mets had some concerns about Lagares’s bat coming into the season, but he started off fairly well. Over this week-plus, however, he hit just .094 with a .167 on-base percentage and zero extra-base hits. Yikes.
|Daniel Murphy, 2B
|With a .723 OPS since the break, Murphy was neither great nor terrible.
|Kirk Nieuwenhuis, OF
|Hitless in 11 at-bats, Nieuwenhuis drew three walks but struck out seven times before he was optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas.
|Anthony Recker, C
|Travis d’Arnaud might not have had a good week, but in two games, Recker hit zero across the board.
|Ruben Tejada, SS
|With a .136 average and .182 slugging percentage for the week, Tejada’s .345 OBP couldn’t save him from the red arrow here.
|David Wright, 3B
|Having looked good going into the break, Wright has struggled since, hitting just .211/.286/.211.
|Chris Young, OF
|Young’s .807 OPS rated well among his peers on the team, which might not be saying much here, but that level of production would be just fine from a left fielder in 2014.
|Eric Young Jr., OF
|Young struggled at the plate once again, though he at least drew a few walks.