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Mets player performance meter: Pitchers, Week 12

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Let's review how well—or poorly—Mets pitchers pitched over the last seven days.

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This meter covers the Mets' games from Monday, June 20, through Sunday, June 26.

Player Last Week This Week Comment
Antonio Bastardo Antonio Bastardo is having his worst season since his rookie year as a starting pitcher with the Phillies. That was 2009. Hopefully he turns it around, because he's owed $6 million next year! Tiny sample size, but he had a 40.50 ERA this week in 0.2 innings. Yeah.
Jerry Blevins Blevins allowed a run this week, but was still otherwise excellent.
Bartolo Colon Bartolo struck out absolutely nobody, but the big man threw 7.1 solid innings in an eventual defeat to the Braves. After exiting very quickly in his first start of the week, Bart rebounded nicely.
Jacob deGrom JdG had his best start of the season, an eight-inning shutout that showcased how dominant he can be when he's fully on.
Jeurys Familia Familia is now the Mets' record holder for consecutive saves, and seems fully over his early struggles. The strikeouts are still down, but his FIP is actually lower than it was last year.
Sean Gilmartin -- Gilmartin had a strong appearance, and now has six scoreless innings in the majors this season.
Erik Goeddel Goeddel threw two clean innings in his lone appearance.
Matt Harvey Harvey allowed two runs in six innings, striking out three and walking none, but allowing eight hits.
Jim Henderson Henderson was placed on the disabled list this week after a long stretch of bad showings.
Steven Matz Matz's cold streak continued. After recording twelve straight outs, he imploded in the fifth inning, turning an 8-0 laugher into a tightly contested game.
Addison Reed Reed was generally solid this week, but allowed a homer to Adonis Garcia that would prove the difference in the game.
Hansel Robles That Hansel is so hot right now. He came in and threw 3.2 innings against Kansas City after Bartolo's exit, then threw 2.2 scoreless against Atlanta. He struck out 12 in 6.1 innings.
Noah Syndergaard Thor got hit a bit in his start this week, but still has a 2.08 ERA and 1.86 FIP for the year.