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Mets Player Performance Meter: Pitchers, Week 23

Mets pitchers were a bit of a mixed bag over the past seven days.

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The Mets' pitching staff had an up-and-down week. Half the team's starting pitchers fared poorly, while the other half were very good. And the bullpen had its stars and goats, too. Jenrry Mejia reeled in a save, and some controversy was created as a result. On to the meter we go.

Player Last Week This Week Comment
Dario Alvarez, LHP The rookie gave up two runs on three hits in 1.1 innings over three appearances.
Vic Black, RHP Black gave up two runs in two innings and is scheduled to have an MRI on his shoulder today.
Buddy Carlyle, RHP With a couple of scoreless innings, Carlyle rebounded from a poor previous week.
Bartolo Colon, P This was bad Bartolo at his worst.
Jacob deGrom, RHP With eight brilliant innings, deGrom continued to make his case for National League Rookie of the Year.
Josh Edgin, LHP The lefty retired the only two batters he faced.
Dana Eveland, LHP With inflammation in his elbow, Eveland appears to be done for the season.
Jeurys Familia, RHP Familia bounced back nicely from a down week with a dominant one.
Dillon Gee, RHP In 5.1 innings, Gee gave up three runs, walked two, and struck out four. He’s had better weeks.
Gonzalez Germen, RHP -- Despite a couple of walks, Germen managed a couple of scoreless innings, thanks in large part to the four strikeouts he notched.
Erik Goeddel, RHP Goeddel tossed a pair of scoreless frames for a better second week in the bigs than his first.
Daisuke Matsuzaka, RHP With three scoreless innings of relief in one outing, Matsuzaka’s return from elbow soreness went well.
Jenrry Mejia, RHP Despite a shaky outing that required his teammates to bail him out early in the week, Mejia managed to a scoreless week over 2.1 innings.
Rafael Montero, RHP -- He might not have been efficient, but Montero was effective as he didn’t allow any runs and struck out seven in 5.1 innings. He did walk four, though, which helped rack up a high pitch count quickly.
Jon Niese, LHP Niese struck out fourteen, walked just one, and gave up three runs in 13.2 innings over two starts. The only downside was that he gave up two home runs in the process.
Carlos Torres, RHP In six innings of work,Torres allowed just one unearned run. He’s down to a 3.09 ERA on the season.
Zack Wheeler, RHP Wheeler’s lone start of the week was a stinker.