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Monday Morning Mets Mind Boggler: Best baserunners in Mets history

Can you name every player with at least 6.0 BsR as a Met?

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Jose Reyes has added some speed to the Mets' offense. Still, by BsR, Fangraphs' all-encompassing baserunning stat, the Mets rank just 22nd in baseball in team baserunning. For this week's Mind Boggler, we're asking you to name every player with at least 6.0 BsR as a Met.

Every player with at least 6.0 BsR as a Met.

BsR measures how many runs a player saves or costs his team on the basepaths, with 0.0 being average. The stat encompasses three types of baserunning plays: stolen bases and caught stealings, double plays grounded into, and other outcomes on balls in play (extra bases taken, advances on tag-ups, etc.).

Michael Conforto leads the Mets with 1.5 BsR in 2016. No other Met has as many as 1.0, reflecting both the team's weakness on the basepaths and the fact that so many players have missed time due to injury.

You'll have four minutes for this quiz. Good luck, and remember to post your time and score in the comments!