Monday, May 21, 2018

Mets Game Notes 5/21/18

MIAMI MARLINS (17-29)
FIFTH PLACE, NL EAST, -11.5 GB
CHAMPIONS
DIVISION CHAMPIONS
& NLDS WINNERS
LEAGUE & NLDS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS CHAMPIONS CHAMPIONS
NEW YORK METS (23-19)
THIRD PLACE, NL EAST, -3.5 GB
LEAGUE WILD CARD
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Monday, May 21, 2018 • 7:10 p.m.
Citi Field • Flushing, N.Y.
RHP Elieser Hernandez (0-0, 2.25) vs. LHP Jason Vargas (0-3, 13.86)
SNY • WOR 710 AM • 104.3 WAXQ-FM HD 2 • ESPN 1050
METSCELLANEOUS: The Mets are 5-2 in their last seven games, including 4-1 on this homestand...The Mets are 6-4 in their last 10 games and after starting the year 11-1, the club has gone 12- 18...New York is 11-11 at home...The Mets have won three straight games for the first time since winning nine in a row from April 3-13.
MIAMI: New York swept the Marlins in a three-game series in Miami earlier this year, April 9-11...The Mets went 7-12 vs. the Marlins last year, including 4-5 at home.
COMEBACKS: The Mets have 14 come-from-behind wins, including two straight such wins, the third-most in the majors behind Philadelphia (17) and Boston (15).
HOME RUN NOTES: New York has five home runs in its last two games and has hit 15 homers in its last 10 games...Asdrúbal Cabrera and Amed Rosario hit back-to-back home runs in the seventh inning yesterday...Was the second time this season (also, May 11 at Philadelphia when Michael Conforto and Devin Mesoraco went deep back-to-back off Hector Neris).
AFTER SIX: The Mets have 10 wins this year when the game is tied or they are trailing after six innings, tied for the most in the majors with Seattle.
IN A PINCH: Asdrúbal Cabrera connected on his third career pinch-hit home run with a go-ahead two-run shot in the seventh inning yesterday...All three of his pinch-hit homers have come as a member of the Mets, one in 2018, 2017 and 2016.
ASDRÚBAL CABRERA: Is sixth in the National League with a .321 batting average...He is eighth in the NL with a .547 slugging percentage, is tied for 10th with 21 extra-base hits and tied for seventh in the NL with 13 doubles...Over his last 27 games dating to April 16, Cabrera is batting .324 (34-105) with nine doubles, one triple, four home runs, 21 RBI and 13 runs scored.
AMED ROSARIO HR NOTES: Had his first professional game with two home runs yesterday...They were his first homers since August 27, 2017 (a span of 203 at-bats)...Rosario became the youngest Met (22 years, 181 days) to hit at least two home runs in a game since Lastings Milledge (22 years, 177 days) on September 29, 2007 vs. Florida at Shea Stadium.
FROM THE NINTH SPOT: Rosario became the fourth Met to register a multi-homer game from the ninth spot in the batting order in team history...The others are Curtis Granderson (August 30, 2016 vs. Miami), Noah Syndergaard (May 11, 2016 at Los Angeles-NL) and Walt Terrell (August 6, 1983 at Chicago-NL).
DEVIN MESORACO: Has scored seven times, driven in five runs, hit three homers and has a .619 slugging percentage in seven games (21 at-bats) with the Mets since he was acquired from the Reds on May 8.
ADRIÁN GONZÁLEZ: Is batting .300 (12-40) with two homers and three RBI in 13 games this month...He ranks ninth among active major leaguers with 2,037 hits.
HONORING RUSTY STAUB: Mets Hall of Famer Rusty Staub passed away on March 29 at age 73... The Mets will wear a patch on the right sleeve on their home and away uniforms during the 2018 season honoring Staub...A six-time All-Star, he had 2,716 hits and 292 homers during his 23-year career.
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VS. MIAMI
UPCOMING OPPONENTS & PITCHING
Tue., May 22 LHP Caleb Smith (2-5, 4.22) vs. RHP Zack Wheeler (2-3, 5.92) 7:10 p.m. (SNY, WOR 710 AM, 104.3 FM HD, ESPN 1050 AM) Wed., May 23 RHP Dan Straily (2-0, 3.60) vs. RHP Jacob deGrom (4-0, 1.75) 7:10 p.m. (PIX11, WOR 710 AM, 104.3 FM HD, ESPN 1050 AM)
MARLINS-METS NOTES: The Mets are 22-16 vs. the Marlins at Citi Field since 2014.
2018: 3-0 @NY: 0-0 @MIA: 3-0
2017: 7-12 @NY: 4-5 @MIA: 3-7
History @NY: @MIA: @PR:
218-199 113-95 104-102 1-2
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MICHAEL CONFORTO: Over his last nine games, Conforto is batting .314 (11-35) with one double, three homers, seven RBI and three runs scored...Conforto has 17 RBI in 32 career games vs. Miami, his second-most vs. any team...He has 27 RBI in 33 games vs. the Phillies.
ONE TO 150: Michael Conforto is one RBI shy of 150 for his career...He has played in 307 games...Only five other Mets began their major league career with 150 or more RBI in their first 310 games...David Wright (208 RBI), Darryl Strawberry (192), Ike Davis (170), Butch Huskey (160) and Steve Henderson (153).
BRANDON NIMMO: Has a .435 on-base percentage, the fourth- highest in the majors (min. 50 at-bats)...He is tied for fifth in the majors with three triples.
BULLISH PEN: Mets relievers have hurled 9.0 shutout frames with 14 strikeouts over their last three games...New York has 12 wins from its bullpen, tied for the most in the majors.
SETH LUGO: Has not allowed a run in a career-high 13.0 innings dating to May 1...He has held lefties to a .067 (3-45) batting average, the lowest mark in the majors (min. 40 at-bats).
ROBERT GSELLMAN: Earned his first major league save yesterday working 1.2 scoreless innings...Gsellman's only other professional save came in his first pro appearance on July 18, 2011 for the Gulf Coast League Mets...Gsellman also has four wins in relief, tied for the most in the majors...He has allowed one run over his last 11.1 innings (0.79 ERA).
EL PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jeff McNeil was named the Eastern League Player of the Week for the week of May 14-20...He hit .389 (14-36), with five homers and 13 RBI...McNeil is tied for the EL lead in homers (12) and leads the EL in slugging (.715), is tied for fifth with 31 RBI while hitting .328 with 11 doubles in 35 games.
LATINO LEADERS: Amed Rosario, Luis Guillorme, and Ricky Bones will visit The Mary Brennan Inn Soup Kitchen in Hempstead tomorrow at 11 a.m...The group along with 10 Latino students from the Long Beach Latino Civic Association will help prepare and serve a meal to guests...As part of this program, the Mets look to motivate, cultivate and empower Latino students to become exemplary leaders in their schools and their communities.
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Jason Vargas LHP 2018 STATS: 0-3, 13.86 ERA
#40
2018 GAME LOG (3 GS/0 QS) METS RECORD: 0-3
Date Opp. Dec. IP H R ER HR BB K NP ERA
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Spring Training
3/1 MIA ND, 2-3 2.0 3 3/6 HOU ND, 9-5 2.2 4
1 1 1
0 1 -- 4.50
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Height/Weight: 6-0/210Born: Apple Valley, CAResides: Goodyear, AZ
Bats/Throws: L/LAge: 35 (February 2, 1983)Signed Through: 2019
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AWARDS + HONORS
» 2017 AL All-Star
» 
AL Pitcher of the Month (May 2013)
  • »  Missed the entire 2008 season after undergoing surgery on his left hip
  • »  Blood clot in left arm (on 15-Day D.L. from June 18-August 13, 2013)
  • »  Left flexor strain (two 15-Day D.L. stints in May and June-July, 2015)
  • »  Tommy John Surgery (2015)...On D.L. from July 22, 2015-September 17, 2016.
  • »  Non-displaced fracture of the hamate bone in his right hand...Underwent surgery on March 20, 2018 to remove the bone.
    LAST TIME OUT: Threw approximately 80 pitches in a simulated game at Citi Field on May 15...Made his third major league start of the 2018 season May 8 in Cincinnati, 13 days ago...Suffered the loss, his third in as many starts this season, in a 7-2 Mets defeat...Tossed 4.0 innings and gave up four runs, earned, on six hits, both season lows...Struck out one batter and walked two.
    VS. MARLINS: Vargas tonight will make his first start against the Marlins since June 25, 2011, and only the second of his career against the club that originally drafted him in 2004...Pitched for the then-Florida Marlins for his first two major league seasons (6-7, 5.25 ERA over 29 games, 18 starts)...In his last outing against the Marlins, coming when he was a member of the Seattle Mariners, Vargas gave up eight hits in 6.0 innings, allowing four runs, earned...Struck out four batters and walked two.
    AT HOME: Vargas is 48-38 at home in 125 games (116 starts) in his home ballparks throughout his career...Owns a 3.89 ERA (301 earned runs/726.2 innings) in those games...Will be making his second start at Citi Field as his home ballpark...Vargas lost his last start at home, his first-career start at Citi Field, May 3 vs. Atlanta... Allowed six runs, earned, in 4.2 innings in that outing.
    MAY: Vargas is 20-11 with a 3.57 ERA (111 earned runs/280.0 innings) in 49-career May games (43 starts)...His .645 win percentage in the month of May is his highest of any month, as are his 20 wins while his 3.57 ERA is his best in any single calendar month...Went 3-2 in May last season with a 3.12 ERA (12 earned runs/34.2 innings)...Allowed one or no runs in each of his first three starts in May last year.
    SPRING TRAINING/REHAB: Made three Grapefruit League appearances before suffering a non-displaced fracture of the hamate bone in his right (non-throwing) hand...Underwent surgery on March 20 at the Hospital for Special Surgery...Had a 4.15 ERA (four earned runs/8.2 innings) in Grapefruit League play...Pitched 4.0 innings, allowing three runs, earned, on three hits with four strikeouts in a rehab start with Triple-A Las Vegas on April 23.
    ALL-STAR-WORTHY 2017: At the All-Star Break last season, Vargas led the American League in both wins (12) and ERA (2.62), while ranking among the league leaders in WHIP (1.15, 11th) and walks per nine innings (2.12, eighth)...Won seven consecutive starts from May 27-June 30, 2017...Pitched a complete game shutout on June 2 vs. Cleveland, his 12th career complete game and seventh shutout...Was the first pitcher in the majors to reach 10 wins, doing so in his 14th start on June 18...Posted a sub-2.00 ERA in both April and June...Was 6-0 with a 1.98 ERA (nine earned runs/41.0 innings) in his six June starts with 23 strikeouts and nine walks.
5
3
1 75 13.86
medical history
3/11 HOU ND, 2-5
Spring Totals: 0-0
With Las Vegas (AAA) 4/23 ELP L, 3-6
Regular Season 4/28 @SD L, 2-12 5/3 ATL L, 0-11 5/8 @CIN L, 2-7
4.0 4
8.2 11
4.0 3
3.2 9 4.2 11 4.0 6
2 2 1 14 4
3 3
9 9 6 6 4 4
0 1 1 32 4
0 2
2 3 3 2 0 2
3 59
4
-- 5.79 -- 4.15-- 4.15
66 6.75
84 22.09 80 16.20
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TOMORROW'S STARTER: RHP ZACK WHEELER (2-3, 5.92)
LAST TIME OUT: Suffered his third loss of the season in the Mets' 12-1 setback vs. the Blue Jays on May 16 at a rainy Citi Field...Pitched 4.0 innings, allowing six runs, earned on seven hits...Struck out seven batters and walked three for the second-straight start...Also surrendered a season-high-tying two home runs...Tied his season-low with 4.0 innings pitched after giving up three runs to start the fifth.
VS. MIAMI: Wheeler tossed 7.0 innings of one-run ball in his last start against Miami to lower his career ERA against the team to 2.15 (12 earned runs/50.1 innings)...Since 2013, that is the sixth-lowest ERA against the Marlins among all pitchers with at least five starts against the Fish.
W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB K
2018 0-3 13.86 3 3 12.1 26 19 19 5 7 92017 18-11 4.16 32 32 179.2 181 84 83 27 58 134
Career 85-84 4.26 251 231 1413.2 1449 701 669 182 422 948
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VARGAS VS. MIAMI
Last Win: N/ACareer Record vs. Miami (1 start): 0-1, 6.00 ERA (4 ER/6.0 IP)Career vs. Miami at Home (1 start): 0-1, 6.00 ERA (4 ER/6.0 IP)Career vs. Miami on Road (0 starts): N/A
Marlins Batters vs. Vargas AVG HR BBSO
.375 (3/8) 0 2 1
.667 (4/6) 0 0 0
.500 (7/14) 0 2 1
AVG
HRBB SO
Career
2018 .333 18 6 2 2018 .476 42 20 3
Career .266 1354 360 34 Career .263 4136 1089 148
VARGAS BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR AVG. AB R H RBI SAC
2018 .000 2 0 0 0 0
Career .254 67 6 17 4 2
Last Loss: 6/25/11 vs. Florida
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Castro MaybinTotal
VARGAS SEASON + CAREER HIGHS
2018 Season
--
5 (4/28 @ SD)
0
3.0 IP (5/3)
--
11 (5/3 vs. ATL) 3 (5/3 vs. ATL) 9 (4/28 @ SD)
3 (4/28 @ SD) 4.2 (5/3 vs. ATL) 0
0

VARGAS VS. LHB
YEAR AVG. AB
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7 (5/27-6/30/17) 10 (2x, last, 6/26/12 vs. OAK) 2 (last, 6/26/12 vs. OAK) 17.0 IP (8/8-8/18/14) 3 (3x, last, 8/13/14 vs. OAK)High Hits, Game 12 (2x, last, 7/14/11 vs. TEX)High HR, Game 5 (6/20/12 @ ARI)High Runs, Game 10 (6/20/12 @ ARI)High Walks, Game 5 (7x, last, 4/27/15 @ CLE)IP, Game 9.0 (10x, last, 6/2/17 vs. CLE)
Win Streak Strikeouts 10+ K Games Scoreless Streak Low Hits, CG
Complete Games Shutouts
H HR YEAR
12x (last, 6/2/17 vs. CLE) 7x (last, 6/2 vs. CLE)
VARGAS VS. RHB
AVG. AB H HR
VARGAS' CAREER SNAPSHOT
  • »  Vargas was selected by the Florida Marlins in the second round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft.
  • »  Acquired by the Mets on November 20, 2006...Started two games for the Mets in 2007.
  • »  Acquired by Seattle on December 10, 2008 as part of a three-team, 12-player trade.
  • »  From 2010-12, was one of eight lefthanded pitchers to log 192.0 innings or more each year...During that time, his 168 walks were third-fewest among MLB lefties behind only mark Buehrle (134) and Cole Hamels (157).
» Acquired by Los Angeles-AL on December 19, 2012 in exchange for Kendrys Morales. » Named AL Pitcher of the Month in May, 2013, going 5-0 with a 2.30 ERA (11 earned
runs/43.0 innings).» Signed to a four-year contract by the Kan-
sas City Royals on November 22, 2013.» Selected to his first All-Star team in 2017... Worked a scoreless fourth inning in Miami.» Tied Clayton Kershaw, Carlos Carrasco and Corey Kluber for the major-league
lead with a career-best 18 wins in 2017.» Signed by the New York Mets to a two- year contract with a team option for a third
year on February 18, 2018.
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Career XBH: Most Hits, Game: Most RBI, Game:
Three doubles (last, 5/4/06 @ WAS) 2 (2x, last, 4/18/06 @ CIN)
2 (8/21/05 vs. LAD)
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WHEELER VS. MIAMI
Last Win: 4/11/18 at Miami Last Loss: 4/7/17 vs. Miami Career Record vs. Miami (8 starts): 3-1, 2.15 ERA (12 ER/50.1 IP) Career vs. Miami at Home (3 starts): 1-1, 3.78 ERA (7 ER/16.2 IP)Career at Miami on Road (5 starts): 2-0, 1.34 ERA (5 ER/33.2 IP)
LAST START VS. MARLINS: Pitched a season-high 7.0 innings in his 2018 debut to defeat the Fish in a 4-1 win on April 11 in Miami...Allowed one run, earned, on a two hits...Struck out seven and walked one.
NEW YORK METS PITCHING BREAKDOWN
W-L-S ERA IP H R ER BB K HR AVG W-L-S ERA
IP H
R ER BB K HR AVG
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STARTERS 11-12 4.38 221.2 225 118 108 73 238 31 .263 HOME 11-11-6 4.27 198.0 185 97 94 62 228 33 .246 RELIEVERS 12-7-14 3.80 161.0 133 69 68 59 164 22 .224 ROAD 12-8-8 4.00 184.2 173 90 82 70 174 20 .248TOTALS 23-19-14 4.14 382.2 358 187 176 132 402 53 .247 TOTALS 23-19-14 4.14 382.2 358 187 176 132 402 53 .247
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#19JaAyYBBruRcUeCELast Game: 1-4, K
Home: .173 (13-75), 0 HRRoad: .306 (19-62), 3 HRHomestand: .235 (4-17), 2B, 2 R, BBCareer vs. MIA: .268 (72-269)
Last HR: 5/7 at CIN (H. Bailey)At-Bats since last HR: 26Game-Tying HR: --Go-Ahead HR: 1
.2-3-4-,,03HR,104RBISeason High, Hits: 3, 4/24 at STL
BATTING NOTES
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RISP: .310 (9-29), 2B, 2 HR, 12 RBIStreak: 2 games (.375, 3-8), RGame-Winning RBI: 2
Season High, Runs: 2, 2x, last - 4/29 at SDSeason High, RBI: 4, 4/5 at WASSeason High, SB: 1, 2x, last - 4/29 at SD
  • Isbatting.204(10-49)in14gamesthismonthafterhitting.263(21-80)in23gamesduringApril.
  • Madehis14thcareerstartand16thappearanceatfirstbaseonMay4vs.Colorado.
  • Hadaneight-gamehittingstreakfromApril20-May1andbatted.353(12-34)duringtherunwithonedouble,onetriple,onehomer,fiveRBIandfourrunsscored.
  • Homeredinthe10thinningonApril24atSt.LouistogivetheMetsthelead...Washis16thcareergo-aheadhomerunintheeighthinningorlater...Alsorecorded
his first triple as a Met on April 24.
#13 Asdrúbal Cabrera
Last Game: 1-1, HR, 2 RBI, R (PH)RISP: .310 (9-29), 2 2B, 2 HR, 15 RBIStreak: 2 gm. (.600, 3-5), HR, 2 RBIGame-Winning RBI: 1
Home: .309 (25-81), 3 HRRoad: .333 (26-78), 4 HRHomestand: .250 (4-16), 2B, HR 3 RBI Game-Tying HR: 1Career vs. MIA .260 (52-200) Go-Ahead HR: 1
.321, 7 HR, 26 RBI
Season High, Hits: 4, 4/16 vs. WASSeason High, Runs: 2, 7x, last - 5/4 vs. COLSeason High, RBI: 3, 2x, 5/4 vs. COLSeason High, SB: --
average is second-best in the majors in that time (min. 200 at-bats) behind J.D. Martinez (.354).
Last HR: 5/20 vs. ARI (J. De La Rosa)At-Bats since last HR: 0
  • His.321battingaverageissixth-bestintheNLwhilehis.547sluggingpercentageiseighth-bestintheNL...His13doublesaretiedforsixth-mostintheNL(tied for 11th-most in the majors) while his 21 extra-base hits are tied for 10th-most in the NL.
  • Deliveredhisthirdcareerpinch-hithomer(allwiththeMets)intheseventhinningonMay20vs.ArizonatogivetheMetsalead...Hasonepinch-hithomerun in each of his seasons with New York (2016-present)...Was the Mets' first pinch-hit home run in the seventh inning or later to give the Mets the lead since Kelly Johnson hit a solo homer to break a 0-0 score at Atlanta on June 25, 2016.
  • Ishitting.324(34-105)withninedoubles,onetriple,fourhomers,21RBIand13runsscoredoverhislast27gamesdatingtoApril16.
  • HithisseventhhomeroftheyearonMay20vs.Arizona(41stgame)...Didn'thithisseventhhomerlastseasonuntilJune28(54thgame).
  • Dating to September 5 of last season, Cabrera is batting .349 (81-232) with 22 doubles, nine home runs, 39 RBI and 34 runs scored (64 games)...The .349
#30 Michael Conforto (@mconforto8)
.225, 4 HR, 13 RBI
Season High, Hits: 4, 5/18 vs. ARI (Ties CH)Season High, Runs: 2, 3x, last - 4/18 vs. WASSeason High, RBI: 2, 4x, last - 5/19 vs. ARISeason High, SB: 1, 4/21 at ATL
Last Game: 0-4RISP: .292 (7-24), HR, 8 RBIStreak: 0 games (0 for his last 6)Game-Winning RBI: 3
Home: .174 (8-46), 1 HRRoad: .262 (17-65), 3 HRHomestand: .333 (5-15), HR, 4 RBICareer vs. MIA: .274 (23-84)
Last HR: 5/19 vs. ARI (P. Corbin)At-Bats since last HR: 6Game-Tying HR: --Go-Ahead HR: 4
  • Hasreachedbasein27ofhis33gamesplayedthisseason...Ishitting.314(11-35)withonedouble,threehomeruns,sevenRBIandthreerunsscoredinhislast nine games...Had 17 RBI in 32 career games vs. Miami, his second-highest total vs. any opponent (he has 27 career RBI vs. Philadelphia in 33 games).
  • Tied his career high with four hits on May 18 vs. Arizona...Homered off Patrick Corbin on May 19, his first homer of a lefty since August 5, 2017 (Rich Hill)...Was his seventh career homer off a lefthanded pitcher overall...Corbin is the only lefty Confroto has homered off of more than once.
  • Hit his third home run of the season with his go-ahead, two-run homer on May 11 at Philadelphia with the Mets trailing 1-0 in the ninth inning...It was the third home run in Mets history that gave the Mets a lead when trailing 1-0 in the ninth inning or later...The other two were hit by Lucas Duda (September 27, 2014, two-run walk off homer vs. Houston) and Daniel Murphy (April 27, 2015, a three-run homer in the top of the ninth at Miami).
  • HithisseventhcareerleadoffhomerwithhissoloshottostartthegameonMay7inCincinnati...Thesevenleadoffhomersaretiedforthird-mostinthemajors since the beginning of 2017...Trails Brian Dozier (nine) and George Springer (12).
  • HisleadoffhomeronMay7washis50thcareerhomerasaMetanditcameinhis928that-bat...NooneelsewhomadetheirMLBdebutfortheMetsreached 50 home runs quicker than Conforto...Next fastest were Darryl Strawberry (936 at-bats) and David Wright (1,046 at-bats)...Research courtesy of Elias.
#28 Phillip Evans (@PEVANS28)
.000, 0 HR, 0 RBI
Season High, Hits: --Season High, Runs: --Season High, RBI: --Season High, SB: --
Last Game: DNPRISP: .000 (0-1), KStreak: 0 games (0 for his last 7)Game-Winning RBI: --
Home: .000 (0-7), 0 HRRoad: --Homestand: .000 (0-4), 3 KCareer vs. MIA: .400 (4-10)
Last HR: --At-Bats since last HR: 40Game-Tying HR: --Go-Ahead HR: --
  • StartedinleftfieldonMay16vs.Toronto...Washisfirststartinthemajorsthisseason...Allthreeofhispreviousappearancesthisseasoncameasapinch-hitter.
  • WasrecalledfromLasVegas(AAA)ofthePacificCoastLeagueonMay16...WithVegas,Evanswashitting.254(30-118)withsixdoubles,ninehomeruns,23RBI
    and an .849 OPS...Had hit safely in each of his last seven games (.360, 9-25, 5 HR, 11 RBI and six runs scored) with the 51s before being recalled.
  • MadehisfirstOpeningDayroster...Hit.303(10-33)withtwodoublesandoneRBIin19gameslastseasonafterbeingcalleduponSeptember8lastseason.
  • Batted.261(12-46)withthreedoubles,twohomeruns,sevenRBI,10runsscoredandsevenwalksin22GrapefruitLeaguegamesthisspring.
  • Went4-12(.333)asapinch-hitteraftergettingcalleduplastseason.
#4 Wilmer Flores
Last Game: 1-4, 2BRISP: .095 (2-21), 2B, 5 RBIStreak: 4 gm. (.333, 5-15), 4 2B, 2 RBI Homestand: .263 (5-19), 4 2B, 2 RBI Game-Tying HR: --Game-Winning RBI: Career vs. MIA: .257 (49-191) Go-Ahead HR: 1
.234, 3 HR, 9 RBI
Season High, Hits: 2, 5x, last - 5/16 vs. TORSeason High, Runs: 1, 10x, last - 5/18 vs. ARISeason High, RBI: 2, 4/10 at MIASeason High, SB: --
Home: .250 (12-48), 1 HRRoad: .217 (10-46), 2 HR
Last HR: 5/8 at CIN (L. Castillo)At-Bats since last HR: 32
  • Is11-37(.297)withfivedoubles,onehomerun,threeRBI,fourrunsscoredandfourwalksinhislast12gamesdatingtoMay4...Hasa.886OPSinthatspan.
  • Deliveredawalk-offRBIwithhissacrificeflyintheMets'5-4winonMay19vs.Arizona...Haseightcareerwalk-offRBI,tiedforsecond-mostinteamhistorywith Kevin McReynolds...David Wright leads with nine...Flores' eight walk-off RBI since 2014 are most in the majors ahead of Josh Donaldson (seven), Albert Pujols
    (six), Bryce Harper (six) and Mark Trumbo (five).
  • Batting.273(3-11)asapinch-hitterthisseason(onedouble,oneRBI).
  • Datingtothebeginningoflastseason,14ofFlores'21homerunshavecomeoffrighthanders.
  • His three career walk-off homers are tied for the most in Citi Field history with Ike Davis...Overall, Flores' three walk-off homers are tied for fifth-most in team
history...Trails Cleon Jones, Chris Jones, Kevin McReynolds and Mike Piazza, who all have four apiece.
#23 Adrián González (@Adrian_ElTitan)
.255, 5 HR, 20 RBI
Season High, Hits: 3, 2x, last - 5/7 at CINSeason High, Runs: 3, 5/7 at CINSeason High, RBI: 5, 4/29 at SDSeason High, SB: --
Last Game: 1-4, KRISP: .241 (7-29), 2B, 2 HR, 16 RBIStreak: 1 game (.250, 1-4)Game-Winning RBI: 3
Home: .234 (11-47), 0 HRRoad: .271 (16-59), 5 HRHomestand: .300 (3-10), RCareer vs. MIA: .264 (69-261)
Last HR: 5/7 at CIN (J. Stephens)At-Bats since last HR: 25Game-Tying HR: --Go-Ahead HR: 1
  • Ishitting.300(12-40)withtwohomersandthreeRBIin13gamesthismonth...Batted.203(12-59)in19gamesduringAprilwiththreehomersand16RBI.
  • Is3-4withtwoRBIasapinchhitterthisseason
  • Turned in his first multi-homer game of the season on May 7 at Cincinnati...Was the 22nd of his career and first since August 22, 2016 also in Cincinnati while
    playing for the Dodgers.
  • Ranksamongtheactivemajorleagueleadersinhits(2,037,ninth),doubles(434,sixth),homeruns(316,eighth),RBI(1,196,fifth)andtotalbases(3,443,sixth).
#15 Luis Guillorme (@lguillorme13)
.400, 0 HR, 1 RBI
Season High, Hits: 1, 4x, last - 5/18 vs. ARISeason High, Runs: 1, 5/11 at PHISeason High, RBI: 1, 5/15 vs. TORSeason High, SB: --
Last Game: 0-4RISP: 1.000 (1-1), RBIStreak: 0 games (0 for his last 4)Game-Winning RBI: --
Home: .333 (3-9), 0 HRRoad: 1.000 (1-1), 0 HRHomestand: .333 (3-9), RBICareer vs. MIA: --
Last HR: --At-Bats since last HR: 10Game-Tying HR: -Go-Ahead HR: --
  • MadehisfirstMLBstartonMay16vs.Toronto...Went1-3andbecamethefirstMetsplayersinceStevenMatz(June28,2015)tostarthiscareer3-3.
  • RecalledfromLasVegas(AAA)ofthePacificCoastLeagueonMay9...Madehismajorleaguedebutasapinch-runnerintheMets'3-1winoverPhiladelphiaon May 11...Is the second Met in team history to score a run in his major league debut without an at-bat...The other was Steve Bieser on April 1, 1997 at San Diego...
    Grabbed his first major league hit with a pinch-hit single on May 13 at Philadelphia...Drove in his first run on May 15 vs. Toronto.
  • Wasbatting.300(27-90)withsevendoubles,onetriple,onehomer,15RBI,14walksand14runsscoredin28gamesforthe51s...Hitsafelyineachofhislastnine
    games dating to April 28, hitting .455 (15-33) with three doubles, one triple, one homer and 10 RBI...Had multi-hit games in each of his six contests this month.
  • Earned mid-season and post-season Eastern League All-Star honors last season with Binghamton (AA)...Batted .283 (136-481) with 20 doubles, 43 RBI and a
.376 OBP for the Rumble Ponies...Was the toughest player in the EL to strikeout, fanning once every 10.15 plate appearances in 2017.
#3 Tomás Nido (@tnido24)
.154, 0 HR, 1 RBI
Season High, Hits: 2, 4/29 at SDSeason High, Runs: 1, 3x, last - 5/20 vs. ARISeason High, RBI: 1, 4/29 at SDSeason High, SB: --
Last Game: 1-2, R, BBRISP: .167 (1-6), RBIStreak: 1 game (.500, 1-2), RGame-Winning RBI: --
Home: .176 (3-17), 0 HRRoad: .136 (3-22), 0 HRHomestand: .500 (1-2), R, BBCareer vs. MIA: .500 (1-2)
Last HR: --At-Bats since last HR: 49Game-Tying HR: --Go-Ahead HR: --
BATTING NOTES
#29 Devin Mesoraco
Last Game: DNPRISP: .167 (2-12)Streak: 1 game (.333, 1-3), HR, 2 RBIGame-Winning RBI: --
Home: .375 (3-8), 2 HRRoad: .077 (1-13), 1 HRHomestand: .375 (3-8), 2 HR, 4 RBI Game-Tying HR: 1Career vs. MIA: .250 (13-52) Go-Ahead HR: --
.210, 4 HR, 8 RBI
Season High, Hits: 2, 3x, last - 5/15 vs. TORSeason High, Runs: 4, 5/15 vs. TOR*Season High, RBI: 2, 2x, last - 5/19 vs. ARISeason High, SB: --
Last HR: 5/19 vs. ARI (A. Bradley)At-Bats since last HR: 0
  • InsevengameswiththeMets,Mesoracohasthreehomeruns,fiveRBIandsevenrunsscoredwitha.619sluggingpercentage.
  • Went 2-2 with a career-high three walks, a career-high four runs scored, a home run and two RBI on May 15 vs. Toronto...Was his third career game reaching base five times...Became the fourth catcher in team history to score four runs in a game, joining Ronny Paulino (June 29, 2011 at Detroit), Mike Piazza (April 5, 2002 at Atlanta) and Alex Trevino (August 14, 1979 at Atlanta)...The last Mets catcher to reach base five times in a game was Kevin Plawecki, who did so on
    September 30 of last season at Philadelphia.
  • RecordedhisfirsthitasaMetwithhisninth-inninghomeronMay11atPhiladelphia...ThelastMettohomerforhisfirsthitwiththeclubwasJayBruceonAugust
    4, 2016 at the Yankees.
  • AcquiredbytheMetsonMay8fromtheRedsinexchangeforRHPMattHarvey...MadehisMetsdebutasapinch-hitterthatnightandstruckout...Istheeighth
    former All-Star catcher with another team to play for the Mets...The others were Yogi Berra, Joe Torre (who never caught for the Mets), Gary Carter, Mike Piazza, Sandy Alomar Jr., Paul Lo Duca and John Buck...Research courtesy of Elias.
  • RecalledfromLasVegas(AAA)ofthePacificCoastLeagueonMay19...Was4-17(.235)withtwodoublesinsixgamesforthe51safterbeingoptionedthereon May 9.
  • DroveinhisfirstrunoftheseasononApril29atSanDiego...Alsorecordedhisfirstmulti-hitgameofhiscareerthesameday.
  • Recalled from Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League on April 11...Was 5-18 (.278) with two doubles and five RBI for Binghamton in five games before being
    recalled.
  • MadehismajorleaguedebutonSeptember13,2017attheCubsafterbeingrecalledfromBinghamtononSeptember12...Registeredhisfirstmajorleaguehit
    and RBI on September 14 at Chicago-NL as a pinch-hitter...Appeared in five games for the Mets in total last season and was 3-10 with three RBI.
#9 Brandon Nimmo (@You_Found_Nimmo)
Last Game: 1-4, K, SBRISP: .250 (2-8), 3 RBI, 3 BBStreak: 2 gm. (.375, 3-8), 2B, R, 2 SBGame-Winning RBI: --
Last HR: 5/16 vs. TOR (D. Barnes)At-Bats since last HR: 11
.268, 2 HR, 5 RBI
Season High, Hits: 3, 4/15 vs. MIL (Ties CH)Season High, Runs: 2, 2x, last - 4/15 vs. MILSeason High, RBI: 1, 5x, last - 5/16 vs. TORSeason High, SB: 1, 3x, last - 5/20 vs. ARI (Ties CH)
Home: .255 (12-47), 2 HRRoad: .292 (7-24), 0 HRHomestand: .294 (5-17), HR, 2 RBI, 3 R Game-Tying HR: 1Career vs. MIA: .346 (9-26) Go-Ahead HR: --
  • In 15 starts this season, Nimmo is batting .278 (15-54) with one double, three triples, one homer, two RBI, 12 runs scored, 11 walks and a .435 OBP...His three triples are tied for fifth-most in the majors...Four players are tied for the MLB lead with four triples.
  • Hasposteda.467on-basepercentageinhisleadoffplateappearancesthisseason,reachinginhisfirstplateappearanceinsevenofthe15gameshe’sbatted first for New York...Has come around to score in the opening frame six of the seven times he has been on base in the first inning.
  • Hashitsafelyinsevenofhislasteightgamesvs.MiamidatingtoJune28,2017(.333,7-21).
  • Connectedonhissecondhomerunoftheseasonwithtwooutsintheninthinning,May16vs.Toronto...Droveinaruninconsecutivegamesforthefifthtime
    in his career.
  • Is12-36(.333)inhiscareerasapinch-hitterwitheightwalks,twoHBPanda.478OBPbutis1-8(.125)withthreewalksandoneHBPasapinch-hitterthisseason.
#7 José Reyes (@lamelaza_7)
.132, 1 HR, 1 RBI
Season High, Hits: 3, 4/21 at ATLSeason High, Runs: 3, 4/29 at SDSeason High, RBI: 1, 4/29 at SDSeason High, SB: 1, 2x, last - 4/29 at SD
Last Game: DNPRISP: .083 (1-12)Streak: 0 games (0 for his last 8)Game-Winning RBI: --
Home: .040 (1-25), 0 HRRoad: .214 (6-28), 1 HRHomestand: .100 (1-10), R, BBCareer vs. MIA: .269 (169-628)
Last HR: 4/29 at SD (K. Makita)At-Bats since last HR: 23Game-Tying HR: --Go-Ahead HR: --
  • Is2-22(.091)in13gamesthismonth.
  • PlayedforMiamiin2012(160games)andbatted.287(184-642)with37doubles,12triples,11homeruns,57RBIand40steals.
  • Has514careerstolenbases,leadingallactivemajorleaguers...Isoneof10activemajorleaguerswithatleast2,000hits...Has506careerRBIasaMet,ninth-
most in team history...Trails Cleon Jones (521).
#1 Amed Rosario (@Amed_Rosario)
Last Game: 2-3, 2 HR, 2 RBI, 2 R Home: .239 (17-71), 2 HRRISP: .292 (7-24), 2B, 3B, 11 RBI Road: .258 (16-62), 0 HRStreak: 1 game (.667,2-3), 2 HR, 2 RBI Homestand: .278 (5-18), 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI Game-Tying HR: 1Game-Winning RBI: Career vs. MIA: .292 (7-24) Go-Ahead HR: --
.248, 2 HR, 14 RBI
Season High, Hits: 3, 5/15 vs. TOR (Ties CH)Season High, Runs: 2, 4x, last - 5/20 vs. ARISeason High, RBI: 2, 4x, last - 5/20 vs. ARI*Season High, SB: 1, 5/9 at CIN
Last HR: 5/20 vs. ARI (J. De La Rosa)At-Bats since last HR: 0
  • Recordedhisfirstcareermulti-homergamewithhistwo-homerperformanceonMay20vs.Arizona...Hitagame-tyinghomeruninthesixthbeforehittinganother solo shot in the seventh...The multi-homer game was his first in his professional career (minors or majors)...Was the youngest met to have a multi-homer game (22 years, 181 days) to hit at least two home runs in a game since Lastings Milledge (22 years, 177 days) did so on September 29, 2007 vs. Florida at Shea.
  • Rosario'smulti-homergamecameoutoftheninespotintheorder,onlythefourthtimeinteamhistorysomeoneinthatspotintheorderhasrecordedamulti- homer game...The others are Curtis Granderson (August 30, 2016 vs. Miami), Noah Syndergaard (May 11, 2016 at Los Angeles-NL) and Walt Terrell (August 6, 1983 at Chicago-NL).
  • Overhislast13games,Rosarioisbatting.302(13-43)withthreedoubles,twohomeruns,sixRBIandfiverunsscored.
  • Tiedhiscareer-highsinhits(three)andRBI(two)onMay15vs.Toronto...Washisthirdcareerthree-hitgame(alsoAug.11,2017andSept.13,2017).
  • Sevenofhis14RBIthisseasonhavecomewithtwoouts.
  • Ishitting.284(29-102)witheightdoubles,onetriple,twohomeruns,14RBIand16runsscoredfromtheninespotintheorder.
  • HasfivetriplessincehisMLBdebutonAugust1,2017,tiedforeighth-mostinthemajors...Atlanta'sOzzieAlbiesleadsthemajorswithseventriplesinthattime.
Mets:
Mets Challenges............................ 12 # of plays overturned.....................5 # of plays that stood ......................3 Number of plays confirmed..........4
Opponents
Instant Replay Reviews
Mets vs. Hernandez
Has never faced the Mets
Total number of plays viewed by teams via instant replay: 25Crew chief reviews: 5
Opponent Challenges.................. 13 # of plays overturned.....................6 # of plays that stood ......................6 Number of plays confirmed...........1
BULLPEN NOTES
#39 Jerry Blevins - LHP (@jerryblevins) 1-0, 5.63 ERA, 0 SV
Last Win: 4.3 vs. PHI Last Loss: 8.10.16 vs. ARI SV/OP (Last): 0-0, 7.21.17 vs. OAK Holds: 4First Batter: 13-18 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 16-12 vs. MIA in 18: 0-0, 0 SV 0.00 ERA (0 ER/0.2 IP)
• Haswon7straightdecisionsdatingtoApril10,2017,tyinghiscareer-high...Healsowon 7 straight from September 23, 2012-April 6, 2014...Picked up the win on April 3 vs. PHI.
• Unscoreduponin16of18outings...Hastossed5.0scorelessinningsoverhislast8games.
• Hasstranded12inheritedrunnersthisyear-tiedforthe11th-mostinthemajorsand since 2016 has stranded 95 inherited runners, the most in the majors.
METS BULLPEN TOTALS
Record: 12-7 Holds: 21 Saves/Op: 14-20ERA: 3.80 (68 ER / 161.0 IP)
• Lefties are 6-23 (.261) and righthanders are 1-8 (.125).
#27 Jeurys Familia - RHP
Last Win: 5.19 vs. ARI Last Loss: 4.21 at ATLFirst Batter: 16-21 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 6-3
  • Has worked 2.0 or more innings in 9 of his 16 outings.
  • Has tossed a career-high 13.0 scoreless innings with 15 strikeouts dating to May 1.
  • Lefthanders are 3-45 (.071) and righties are 16-53 (.302).
  • His .067 batting average vs. lefties is the lowest in the majors (min. 40 at-bats).
  • Ranks 11th in the NL in ERA (1.98)...Min. 25.0 innings.
  • Entered the year with 10 career relief outings.
#44 AJ Ramos - RHP (@theajramos) 2-2, 4.86 ERA, 0 SV
Last Win: 5.11 at PHI Last Loss: 5.9 at CIN SV/OP (Last): 0-0, 9.8.17 vs. CIN Holds: 6First Batter: 15-24 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 6-5 vs. MIA in 18: 0-0, 0 SV 0.00 ERA (0 ER/1.1 IP)
  • Has allowed five runs in his last 4.2 IP (9.64 ERA)...Picked up the win on May 11 at PHI.
  • Righties are 7-36 (.194) and lefthanders are 6-24 (.250)...Is tied for fifth in the majors in
    appearances (24).
  • Worked 1.0 scoreless inning to pick up the win on April 18 vs. WAS, his first with the Mets.
  • Had 27 saves combined with the Mets and Marlins last year, the seventh-most in the NL.
  • Since 2015, his 99 saves are the eighth-most in the majors...Named to the 2016
5.19 ARI W
1.0 0
0 0
0 1 0
Hits: 133 Runs: 69Walks: 59 Strikeouts: 164First Batter Retired/Faced: 100-141Stranded/Inherited Runners: 42-58Record when bullpen doesn’t allow a run: 13-2Record when bullpen allows a run: 10-17
BULLPEN NOTES
Has 12 wins, tied for the most in the majors with the Yankees, Mariners and Brewers... Ranks 11th in the majors with a 3.80 bullpen ERA (68 ER/161.0 IP).
Is eighth in the majors with a .224 batting aver- age against...Is seventh in the majors allowing 22 homers...Is tied for fourth in the majors with 14 saves.
Has tossed 9.0 shutout frames with 14 strikeouts over their last three games.
DATE
5.9
5.13
5.16 TOR ND 1.0 5.18 ARI H 1.0 5.20 ARI S 1.2
CHRIS FLEXEN (w/Las Vegas)
DATE OPP DEC
4.23 ELP ND
4.28 @ABQ W
5.3 SAC L
5.8 FRE L
5.14 ABQ W 7.0 2

ROBERT GSELLMAN
OPP DEC IP @CIN ND 2.0 @PHI ND 3.0
DATE OPP DEC IP 5.8 @CIN ND 1.0 5.9 @CIN ND 1.0 5.11 @PHI ND 1.0
H R 0 0 0 0 1 0
ER
00 1 0 0 0 2 0 00 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 0
IP H 4.0 5 5.2 7 6.0 7 2.0 8
R ER
2 2
3 2
3 3
7 2
0 0 2 5 0
H R 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
SETH LUGO
ER BB K HR 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0
Home Runs: 22
  • Has12saves,tiedforthefifth-mostinthemajors...Hastwowins(5.19and4.15).
  • Is unscored upon in 18 of his 21 outings...Opened the year with 11.2 scoreless innings.
  • Rightiesare6-42(.143)andlefthandersare7-33(.212).
  • With his five-out save on April 7 at WAS, now has 7 saves of at least 1.2 IP since 2014,
    second-most in the majors...Was his first five-out save since April 13, 2016 vs. MIA.
  • Moved into sole possession of third-place on the club’s all-time save list with his 108th
    save on April 3 vs. PHI...Passed Jesse Orosco (107).
  • Has 112 saves since 2015, the third-most in the majors during that span.
#64 Chris Flexen - RHP
Last Win: 8.23.17 vs. ARI Last Loss: 10.1.17 at PHIFirst Batter: 0-0 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 0-0
0-0, --- ERA, 0 SV
SV/OP (Last): 0-0, None Holds: 0vs. MIA in 18: 0-0, 0 SV --- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP)
BULLPEN - LAST THREE SERIES
W-L-S IP H R ER BB K HR
1-1-1 11.0 10 4 4 4 10 2 0-0-0 9.0 9 6 6 3 9 1 1-0-2 9.0 2 0 0 0 14 0
BULLPEN BY MONTH
W-L ERA Sv-Op IP H R ER BB K
2-1, 1.71 ERA, 12 SV
SV/OP (Last): 12-15, 5.18 vs. ARI Holds: 0vs. MIA in 18: 0-0, 2 SV 0.00 ERA (0 ER/2.0 IP)
• RecalledfromLasVegas(AAA)onMay19...Was3-3witha3.40ERA(15ER/39.2IP)with31 strikeouts in eight games, seven starts for the 51s.
• Appeared in 14 games for the Mets last year (nine starts, five relief appearances).• MadehisMLdebutlastyear...WasrecalledfromDouble-A...DidnotpitchatTriple-Auntil
this season...Was the Mets 14th-round pick in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft.
#65 Robert Gsellman - RHP (@robgsellman) 4-0, 2.76 ERA, 1 SV
Last Win: 5.7 at CIN Last Loss: 9.14.17 at CHI SV/OP (Last): 1-4, 5.20 vs. ARI Holds: 4First Batter: 15-21 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 10-7 vs. MIA in 18: 0-0, 0 SV 0.00 ERA (0 ER/1.0 IP)
  • Tied for the ML lead among relievers with 4 wins and is tied for first in the majors innings pitched (29.1).
  • Has allowed one run over his last 11.1 innings (0.79 ERA).
  • Earned his first major league save and second pro save working 1.2 innings on May 20
    vs. Arizona...Only other pro save was July 18, 2011 for the GCL Mets his first pro outing.
  • Lefthanders are 6-43 (.140) while righthanders are 18-62 (.290).
  • Was the winning pitcher and scored the winning run in the 12th inning on April 20 at
    ATL...The last Mets pitcher to earn a win and score the winning run in extra innings was Carlos Torres at Philadelphia on Aug. 27, 2015...Courtesy of Elias.
Opp
@PHI TOR ARI
March 0-0 1.42 1-1 6.1 3 1 1 3 10 April 9-3 3.52 9-15 92.0 74 37 36 41 96 May 3-4 4.45 4-4 62.2 56 31 31 15 59
LAST 5 APPEARANCES
JERRY BLEVINS
5.8 5.20
DATE
5.8
5.11 @PHI S
5.13 @PHI ND
5.18 ARI S 1.0 0
DEC IP H R ER BB K HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
JEURYS FAMILIA
DATE
5.1
5.3 ATL ND 1.1 0 0
OPP
ATL ND 0.2 1 0
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5.6 COL ND 0.2
0 0 0 0 0 0
@CIN ND 0.1 ARI H 0.1
OPP DEC @CIN S
IP H 1.0 0 1.0 0 1.0 2
R ER BB K HR
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#67 Seth Lugo - RHP (@seth_lugo)
Last Win: 4.8 at WAS Last Loss: 7.14.17, MIA vs. LADFirst Batter: 9-16 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 4-1
1-0, 1.98 ERA, 0 SV
0 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 1
SV/OP (Last): 0-0, Nonevs. MIA in 18: 0-0, 0 SV --- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP)
0 0
0 0
1 1
0 0 0 3 0
Holds: 2
BB K HR
  1. 0  3 1
  2. 1  6 0
0 5 1 1 1 0
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All-Star team...Acquired by the Mets last year on July 28.
#35 Jacob Rhame - RHP (@jrhame16)
Last Win: 9.30.17 at PHI Last Loss: 9.23.17 vs. WASFirst Batter: 5-6 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 2-2
  • (Pronounced RAME, rhymes with game)...Has tossed 2.2 scoreless innings in his last two outings.
  • Earned his first major league save on April 8 at WAS in a 6-5 win...Began the year with the Mets before he was optioned to Las Vegas (AAA) on April 13...Also with the Mets from April 27-28...Recalled on May 15.
  • Became the 5th Mets rookie to earn a save in one of the team’s first 10 games on April 8 at WAS...First since Orber Moreno in 2004...Courtesy of Elias.
  • Was 0-1 with 2 saves and a 4.36 ERA (6 ER/11.2 IP) in 8 games with the 51s this season.
  • Acquired from the Dodgers in exchange for Curtis Granderson on Aug. 19, 2017.
DATE
5.9
5.11 @PHI W 1.0
5.13 @PHI ND 1.0
5.16 TOR ND 0.2 4 3
ER 1 0 0 3 0
BB K HR 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0
0-0, 4.50 ERA, 1 SV
SV/OP (Last): 1-1, 4.8 at WAS Holds: 1vs. MIA in 18: 0-0, 0 SV --- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP)
5.15 TOR ND 5.19 ARI ND
3.0 1 0 2.0 1 0
AJ RAMOS
OPP DEC IP @CIN L 0.0
H R 1 1 0 0 0 0
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5.19 ARI ND 1.0
1 0
JACOB RHAME (w/Las Vegas & NY)
DATE OPP DEC IP
5.3 SAC ND 1.2
5.6 @SL ND 4.0
5.10 FRE S 0.2
5.15 TOR ND 1.0
5.16 TORND1.11 0

PAUL SEWALD
ER BB K HR
H R 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
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#51 Paul Sewald - RHP (@ ItsPaulSewald)
Last Win: None Last Loss: 5.13 at PHIFirst Batter: 14-14 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 5-5
0-3, 4.01 ERA, 0 SV
SV/OP (Last): 0-0, None Holds: 1vs. MIA in 18: 0-0, 0 SV 0.00 ERA (0 ER/0.1 IP)
0 1 0 0 0
H R
3 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 3 3 0 0 0
0 2 0 1 4 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0
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  • Hasretiredall14firstbattersfacedandstrandedallfiveinheritedrunners.
  • Leftiesare12-48(.250)andrighthandersare9-44(.205).
  • Has suffered nine losses to begin his major league career, including April 26 at STL, May
    2 vs. ATL and May 13 at PHI, tied for the second-longest streak in team history to begin a
    career.
  • Recorded18consecutiveoutsfromApril1-18.
  • Was second on the team with 13 holds as a rookie last year.
DATE OPP DEC IP 5.7 @ CIN ND 1.2 5.8 @CIN ND 1.1 5.11 @PHI ND 1.0 5.13 @PHI L 2.0 5.19 ARI ND 1.0
ER BB K HR 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 0
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INDIVIDUAL BATTING HIGHS
Longest Hitting Streak ...................................................................11 games, Cabrera, 3.31-4.13 Most Runs, Game ................................................................................ 4, Mesoraco 5.15 vs. TOR Most Hits, Game ...................................................................... 4, 3x, last, Conforto, 5.18 vs. ARI Most RBI, Game .......................................................................................5, González, 4.29 at SD Most Doubles, Game..................................................................2, 6x, last, Flores, 5.6 vs. TOR Most Triples, Game................................................................. 1, 8x, last, Lagares, 5.15 vs. TOR Most Home Runs, Game.........................................................2, 4x, last, Rosario, 5.20 vs. ARI Home Runs, Consecutive Games..............................................2 games, Céspedes, 4.4-4.5 Grand Slams .........................................................................1, 3x, last, Céspedes, 4.18 vs. WAS Pinch-Hit Home Runs ............................................................................. 1, Cabrera, 5.20 vs. ARI Leadoff Home Runs...................................................................................1, Conforto, 5.7 at CIN Walk-off Home Runs....................................................................................1, Flores, 4.15 vs. MIL Most Walks, Game ..............................................................3, 3x, last, Mesoraco, 5.15 vs. TOR Most Strikeouts, Game...........................................................4, 3x, last, Conforto, 5.4 vs. COL Most Total Bases, Game......................................................... 9, 2x, last, González, 5.7 at CIN Most Extra-Base Hits, Game................................................ 2, 18x, last, Rosario, 5.20 vs. ARI Most Stolen Bases, Game ...................................................2, 2x, last, Céspedes, 4.29 at SD
TEAM BATTING HIGHS
Most Runs, Game ...................................................................................................... 14, 4.29 at SD Fewest Runs, Game..................................................................................0, 3x, last, 5.5 vs. COL Most Runs, Inning.............................................................................. 9, 8th inning, 4.18 vs. WAS Most Hits, Game ........................................................................................................ 19, 4.29 at SD Fewest Hits, Game..................................................................................... 3, 3x, last, 5.3 vs. ATL Most Hits, Inning.....................................................................6, 3x, last, 8th inning, 4.29 at SD Most Total Bases, Game...........................................................................30, 2x, last, 5.7 at CIN Most Doubles, Game................................................................................... 5, 2x, last, 5.7 at CIN Most Triples, Game...................................................................................1, 8x, last, 5.15 vs. TOR Most Home Runs, Game.............................................................................................4, 5.7 at CIN Grand Slams, Game.................................................................................1, 3x, last, 4.18 vs. WAS Home Runs, Consecutive Games..................................................4 games, 2x, last, 5.11-5.16 Most Home Runs, Inning ................................................... 2, 5x, last, 7th inning, 5.20 vs. ARI Back-to-Back Home Runs .............. 2x, last, Cabrera/Rosario off De la Rosa, 5.20 vs. ARI Most Extra-Base Hits, Game......................................................................................9, 5.7 at CIN Most Walks, Nine-Inning Game ........................................................................... 9, 3.29 vs. STL Most Walks, Extra Innings ....................................................................................... 8, 4.24 at STL Most Strikeouts, Nine-Inning Game.................................................................... 13, 5.6 vs. COL Most Strikeouts, Extra Innings .............................................................................. 18, 4.8 at WAS Most Stolen Bases, Game.........................................................................................4, 4.29 at SD LOB, Nine Innings ......................................................................................12, 2x, last, 4.29 at SD LOB, Extra Innings.................................................................................................... 11, 4.26 at STL Most Double Plays Hit Into, Game..........................................................3, 2x, last, 5.13 at PHI
FIELDING
Most Errors, Team, Game.........................................................................3, 2x, last, 4.25 at STL Most Errors, Individual, Game ...................................................................... 2, Nido, 4.29 at SD Most Double Plays Turned, Nine-Inning Game...................................2, 5x, last, 5.13 at PHI Consecutive Errorless Games, Team........................................................................7, 4.16-4.24
STARTERS BY POSITION
C d’Arnaud - 4, Lobaton - 14, Mesoraco - 6, Nido - 11, Plawecki - 7 1B Bruce - 1, Flores - 14, González - 27
2B Cabrera - 39, Flores - 1, Guillorme - 1, Reyes - 1
3B Frazier - 32, Flores - 5, Guillorme -1, Reyes - 4

SS Reyes - 4, Rosario - 38
LF Céspedes - 35, Conforto - 2, Evans - 1, Nimmo - 4
RF Bruce - 34, Conforto - 4, Nimmo - 4
CF Conforto - 22, Lagares - 13, Nimmo - 7
P Conlon - 1, deGrom - 9, Harvey - 4, Matz - 8, Syndergaard - 10, Vargas - 3,

Wheeler - 7
STARTERS BY BATTING ORDER - TOTAL BATTING ORDERS (38)
Cabrera - 10, Conforto - 14, Lagares - 2, Nimmo - 15, Reyes - 1
Bruce - 2, Cabrera - 13, Céspedes - 20, Conforto - 3, Flores - 3, Lagares - 1 Bruce - 8, Cabrera - 9, Céspedes - 15, Conforto - 1, Frazier -1, Flores - 8
Bruce - 16, Cabrera - 3, Conforto - 2, Flores - 2, Frazier - 17, González - 2 Bruce - 6, Cabrera - 4, Conforto - 3, d’Arnaud - 2, Evans - 1, Flores -7,
Frazier - 12, González - 6, Mesoraco - 1
Bruce - 3, Conforto - 4, Flores - 1, Frazier - 2, González -19, Guillorme - 2, Lagares - 4, Mesoraco - 2, Plawecki - 3, Rosario - 3
Conforto - 1, d’Arnaud - 2, Lagares - 5, Lobaton - 10, Mesoraco - 3, Nido - 6, Plawecki - 4, Reyes - 4, Rosario - 7
Conlon - 1, deGrom - 7, Harvey - 2, Lagares - 1, Lobaton - 4, Matz - 7, Nido - 5, Reyes - 3, Syndergaard - 8, Wheeler - 4
deGrom - 2, Harvey - 2, Matz - 1, Reyes - 1, Rosario - 28, Syndergaard - 2, Vargas - 3, Wheeler - 3

DISABLED LIST
INDIVIDUAL PITCHING HIGHS
Most Runs Allowed, Game........................................................................9, Vargas, 4.28 at SD Most Hits Allowed, Game.........................................................................11, Vargas, 5.3 vs. ATL Most Home Runs Allowed, Game..........................................................3, Vargas, 5.3 vs. ATL Most Home Runs Allowed, Inning.............................................. 2, 3x, last, Matz, 5.19 vs. ARI Most Strikeouts, Game, Starter...........................................................13, deGrom, 5.18 vs. ARI Most Strikeouts, Game, Reliever................................................. 5, 3x, last, Lugo, 4.28 at SD Most Walks, Game .............................................................................4, 2x, last Matz, 5.11 at PHI Longest Winning Streak ....................................... 4 games, Gsellman/deGrom (both active) Longest Losing Streak ................................ 3 games, 2x, last, Sewald/Vargas (both active) Most Innings Pitched, Game..................................................7.1, 3x, last, deGrom, 4.27 at SD Most Innings Pitched, Reliever ........................................................... 4.2, Oswalt, 4.25 at STL Most Consecutive Scoreless Inn., Starter..........................................24.1, deGrom, 4.21-5.18 Most Consecutive Scoreless Inn., Reliever........................................13.0, Lugo, 5.1-present
TEAM PITCHING HIGHS
Most Runs Allowed ................................................................................ 12, 3x, last, 5.16 vs. TOR Most Runs Allowed, Inning ............................................................. 6, 8th inning, 4.16 vs. WAS Most Hits Allowed, Game..................................................................... 15, 3x, last, 5.16 vs. TOR Most Hits Allowed, Inning ...................................................................6, 1st inning, 5.4 vs. COL Fewest Runs Allowed, Game .................................................................................. 0, 4.3 vs. PHI Fewest Hits Allowed, Game ..................................................................................... 2, 4.11 at MIA Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings........................................................13.0, 2x, last, 5.1-5.2 Most Home Runs Allowed, Game..........................................................................4, 5.3 vs. ATL Back-to-Back Home Runs, Allowed...............1, Camargo/Flaherty off Gsellman, 5.2 vs. ATL Grand Slams, Allowed......................................................................................................................-- Most Strikeouts, Nine Innings ............................................................... 16, 2x, last, 5.18 vs. ARI Most Strikeouts, Extra Innings ............................................................................. 12, 4.20 at ATL Most Walks Allowed, Nine Innings ......................................................... 7, 2x, last, 5.13 at PHI Most Walks Allowed, Extra Innings........................................................................7, 4.8 at WAS Fewest Walks Allowed, Game ............................................................... 0, 2x, last, 5.18 vs. ARI Most Pitchers Used, Nine Innings............................................................6, 5x, last, 5.8 at CIN Most Pitchers Used, Extra Innings ......................................................... 6, 2x, last 4.26 at STL
TEAM MISCELLANEOUS
Longest Game, Time, Nine-Inning Game.................................................... 3:34, 5.16 vs. TOR Longest Game, Time, Extra-Inning Game.......................................................4:11, 4.26 at STL Shortest Game, Time, Nine-Inning Game ..................................................... 2:24, 5.2 vs. ATL Longest Game, Innings.......................................................................................13.0, 4.26 at STL Largest Paid Attendance, Home ............................................................... 44,189, 3.29 vs. STL Largest Paid Attendance, Road.................................................................... 42,778, 4.28 at SD Smallest Paid Attendance, Home .................................................................21,328, 4.4 vs. PHI Smallest Paid Attendance, Road.....................................................................6,150, 4.11 at MIA Home Sellouts...................................................................................................1, last, 3.29 vs. STL Longest Winning Streak ................................................................................... 9 games, 4.3-4.13 Longest Losing Streak ........................................................................................ 6 games, 5.1-5.6 Largest Deficit Overcome ........ 3 runs, 2x, last - 4.24 at STL (trailed 4-1 after 4, won 6-5) Largest Lead Lost.....................................5 runs, 4.16 vs. WAS (leading 6-1 after 7, lost 8-6)
HIGH/LOW CHARTS
DH
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
6th 7th 8th 9th
Name
Pinch-Hit HR (1)
HOME RUN CHART
Cabrera, 4.10 at Miami Frazier, 4.13 vs. Milwaukee González, 5.7 at Cincinnati Rosario, 5.20 vs. Arizona
Leadoff HR (1)
Conforto, 5.7 at Cincinnati
RECORD BREAKDOWN
Leading After 6 ......................................13-2 Tied After 6 .............................................. 4-3 Trailing After 6 .......................................6-14 Leading After 7 ......................................14-2 Tied After 7 .............................................. 3-3 Trailing After 7........................................6-14 Leading After 8 .......................................16-1 Tied After 8 .............................................. 6-2 Trailing After 8.........................................1-16 Out-Hit Opponent .................................16-3 Get Out-Hit..............................................5-13 Equal in Hits ............................................. 2-3 Quality Start ............................................. 7-8 Non Quality Start .................................. 16-11 Shutouts..................................................... 1-3 One Run Games ..................................... 7-6 Two Run Games ......................................7-3 Score 4 or More Runs...........................18-3 Score 3 or Less Runs ...........................5-16 Hit a Home Run......................................16-8 Hit 2+ Home Runs .................................12-2 Do Not Allow a Home Run................... 9-4 Hit More Home Runs ...........................12-2 Opponent Hits More HRs....................6-13 Starter Goes 6.0 + ................................ 9-10 Starter Goes 7.0 + .................................. 4-3 Starter Goes 8.0 +......................................--Home ................................................. 11-11Road..........................................................12-8 Day Games............................................... 8-7Night Games....................................15-12Scoring First............................................13-6 Opponent Scores First....................... 10-13vs. NL East ......................................... 11-8vs. NL Central .......................................... 6-6 vs. NL West .............................................. 5-4 Interleague ................................................. 1-1Series at Home............................... 4-4-0Series on Road.................................... 3-4-0 Overall Series ...................................... 7-8-0First Game of Series.........................11-4Rubber Game of Series ........................ 2-3 Last Game of Series .............................. 7-8 Series Sweeps ........................................ 4-2 Errorless ................................................. 12-15 Walk-off ..................................................... 2-3 Last At-Bat................................................8-3 Extra Innings ............................................ 3-2 vs. LHP Starters....................................... 7-5vs. RHP Starters..............................16-14
MISC. WINS
Come from Behind Wins........................... 14Last 5.20 vs. ARI (trailed 1-0 after 5, won 4-1)
Wins in Last At-Bat ....................................... 8Last 5.19 vs. ARI (trailed 4-2 after 7, won 5-4)
Walk-off Wins ................................................. 2Last 5.19 vs. ARI (Tied 4-4 in B9th, won 5-4 on Flores’ sacrifice fly)
2-HR Games (4)
Cabrera, 5.20 vs. Arizona
Y. Céspedes T. d’Arnaud
Mild Strain R. Hip Flexor Partial tear ulnar collateral ligament in right elbow Left Hamstring Strain Tear of Left Big Toe Plantar Plate
May 16 (Retro to May 14) (10-Day) April 11 (60-Day)
May 8 (10-Day)
May 18 (Retro to May 17) (10-Day)

March 29 (60-Day)
April 13 (Retro to April 12) (10-Day) February 18 (60-Day)
May 9 (10-Day)
April 1 (60-Day)
March 29 (60-Day)
Walk-off HR (1)
Flores, 4.15 vs. Milwaukee
Grand Slams (3)
Bruce, 4.5 at Washington González, 4.8 at Washington Céspedes, 4.18 vs. Washington
Back-to-Back HR (2)
Conforto/Mesoraco, 5.11 at Philadelphia Cabrera/Rosario, 5.20 vs. Arizona
Injury
On DL
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T. Frazier J. Lagares
R. Montero K. Plawecki T. Rivera H. Robles A. Swarzak D. Wright
Bruce Cabrera Conforto Flores González Guillorme
Tommy John Surgery
Left Hand Hairline Fracture Recovery from TJ Surgery Sprained Right Knee Strained Left Oblique Shoulder/Back
Player
Times Last page6image5883648page6image5883856page6image5884064Player Times Last
11 9.14.17 (2B) 7 9.22.16 (HR) 0 --
8 5.19.18 (SF) 11 4.29.17 (1B) 0 --
Lagares 0 -- Mesoraco 2 6.2.17 (HR) Nido 0 --
Nimmo 0 --
Reyes 4 7.20.17 (1B) Rosario 0 --
CAREER WALK-OFF RBI
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Name
d’Arnaud Lobaton Mesoraco Nido PlaweckiTotals
OPPONENTSMETS
CS ATT
1 8 3 15 0 6 5 15 0 59 49
PCT
12.5% 20.0% 0% 33.3% 0%18.4%
Runs
2 3 4 5 9
Times
25 11 3 4 1
Last
5.19 vs. ARI (8th) 5.20 vs. ARI (7th) 4.11 at MIA (8th) 5.15 vs. TOR (4th) 4.18 vs. WAS (8th)
OUTFIELD ASSISTS (9)
CATCHERS STEALING
MULTI-RUN INNINGS
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NAME
Bruce
Lagares Céspedes 4 Nimmo 1
RUNS SCORED BY INNING BREAKDOWN
TOTAL
LAST
5.20 vs. ARI 5.6 vs. COL 5.5 vs. COL 5.5 vs. COL
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+ TOTALS
2 2
34
10
21
28
17
21
21
22
10
3
187
19
13
15
13
24
17
23
37
12
5
178
DATE OPP W/L WP LP SV Rec. Pos.
DATE OPP W/L WP LP SV Rec. Pos.
4/5 @WAS 4/6
4/7 @WAS 4/8 @WAS 4/9 @MIA 4/10 @MIA 4/11 @MIA
W, 8-2 Off Day W, 3-2 W, 6-5 (12) W, 4-2 W, 8-6 W, 4-1
deGrom (2-0)
Robles (1-0) Lugo (1-0) Syndergaard (2-0) Robles (2-0) Wheeler (1-0)
Strasburg (1-1)
Kintzler (0-1) Kintzler (0-2) Ureña (0-2) Ziegler (0-2) O’Grady (0-1)
--
Familia (4) Rhame (1) Familia (5) Familia (6) --
5-1 1st/+1.0
6-1 1st/+1.5 7-1 1st/+1.5 8-1 1st/+2.5 9-1 1st/+3.5 10-1 1st/+3.5
STL L, 1-5 PHI PPD - Snow PHI W, 2-0 PHI W, 4-2
Off Day MIL W, 6-5 MIL L, 5-1 MIL W, 3-2
WAS L, 8-6 WAS L, 5-2 WAS W, 11-5
Off Day ATL L, 3-2 ATL L, 7-0 ATL L, 11-0 COL L, 8-7 COL L, 2-0 COL L, 3-2
Off Day TOR W, 12-2 TOR L, 12-1 Off Day
ARI W, 3-1 ARI W, 5-4 ARI W, 4-1 MIA 7:10 p.m. MIA 7:10 p.m. MIA 7:10 p.m.
CHC 7:10 p.m. CHC 7:10 p.m. CHC 7:15 p.m. CHC 1:10 p.m.
Off Day BAL 7:10 p.m. BAL 1:10 p.m.
Off Day NYY 7:10 p.m. NYY 7:15 p.m. NYY 8:05 p.m.
Off Day
LAD 7:10 p.m. LAD 7:15 p.m. LAD 1:10 p.m. PIT 7:10 p.m. PIT 7:10 p.m. PIT 7:10 p.m.
Off Day
Off Day TB 7:10 p.m. TB 4:10 p.m. TB 1:10 p.m.
PHI 4:10 p.m. (DH) PHI 7:10 p.m.
Wacha (0-1) Matz (0-1)
Familia (1) --
Blevins (1-0) Gsellman (1-0)
Matz (1-1) Anderson (1-1) Familia (1-0) Cole (1-1) Gonzalez (2-1) Ramos (1-1)
Soroka (1-0) Newcomb (2-1) Teheran (2-1) Márquez (2-3) Bettis (4-1) Freeland (2-4)
Syndergaard (3-1) Happ (5-3)
deGrom (4-0) Familia (2-1) Syndergaard (4-1)
Lively (0-1) Hutchison (1-1)
Davies (0-2) Harvey (0-1) Albers (2-1) Ramos (0-1) Wheeler (1-1) Madson (0-2)
Syndergaard (2-1) Sewald (0-2) Vargas (0-2) Wheeler (2-2) Matz (1-3) Robles (2-1)
García (2-3) Wheeler (2-3)
Godley (4-3) Chafin (0-1) De La Rosa (0-2)
Familia (2) Familia (3)
Familia (7) Hader (1) -- Madson (2) Doolittle (3) --
Vizcaíno (4) --
-- Davis (12) Davis (13) Ottavino (1)

-- --
Familia (12) -- Gsellman (1)
3-1 4-1
11-1 11-2 12-2 12-3 12-4 13-4
17-10 17-11 17-12 17-13 17-14 17-15
7/19 Off Day
7/23 SD 7:10 p.m. 7/24 SD 7:10 p.m. 7/25 SD 12:10 p.m.
8/2 ATL 7:10 p.m. 8/3 ATL 7:10 p.m. 8/4 ATL 7:10 p.m. 8/5 ATL 1:10 p.m. 8/6 CIN 7:10 p.m. 8/7 CIN 7:10 p.m. 8/8 CIN 12:10 p.m. 8/9 Off Day
8/20 SF 7:10 p.m. 8/21 SF 7:10 p.m. 8/22 SF 7:10 p.m. 8/23 SF 1:10 p.m. 8/24 WAS 7:10 p.m. 8/25 WAS 4:05 p.m. 8/26 WAS 1:10 p.m.
9/6 Off Day 9/7 PHI 7:10 p.m. 9/8 PHI 7:10 p.m. 9/9 PHI 1:10 p.m. 9/10 MIA 7:10 p.m. 9/11 MIA 7:10 p.m. 9/12 MIA 7:10 p.m. 9/13 MIA 7:10 p.m.
9/24 Off Day 9/25 ATL 7:10 p.m. 9/26 ATL 7:10 p.m. 9/27 ATL 7:10 p.m. 9/28 MIA 7:10 p.m. 9/29 MIA 7:10 p.m. 9/30 MIA 3:10 p.m.
All times are ET
2-1 Rescheduled for July 9 as part of a doubleheader
GAME BY GAME RESULTS
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3/29 3/30 3/31 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/4
4/12 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/17 4/18
4/30 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/5 5/6
5/14 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/23
5/31 6/1 6/2 6/3 6/4 6/5 6/6 6/7 6/8 6/9 6/10 6/11
6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28
7/5 7/6 7/7 7/8 7/9 7/10
STL W, 9-4 Off Day STL W, 6-2
Syndergaard (1-0)
deGrom (1-0) Weaver (1-0)
Martinez (0-1)
-
1-0
2-0
T1st/--
T1st/-- T2nd/-1.0
2nd/-0.5 1st/+0.5
1st/+3.5 1st/+3.0 1st/+3.0 1st/+3.0 1st/+2.0 1st/+3.0
1st/+0.5 2nd/-0.5 2nd/-1.5 2nd/-1.5 3rd/-1.5 3rd/-1.5
7/11 PHI 7:10 p.m.
7/12 WAS 7:10 p.m.
7/13 WAS 7:10 p.m.
7/14 WAS 4:10 p.m.
7/15 WAS 1:10 p.m.
7/16 Off Day
7/17 All-Star Game (Nationals Park in Washington, D.C.) 7/18 Off Day
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4/19 @ATL 4/20 @ATL 4/21 @ATL 4/22 @ATL 4/23
4/24 @STL 4/25 @STL 4/26 @STL 4/27 @SD 4/28 @SD 4/29 @SD
L, 12-4 W, 5-3 (12) L, 4-3 PPD - Rain Off Day W, 6-5 (10) L, 9-1
L, 4-3 (13) W, 5-1 L, 12-2 W, 14-2
Wisler (1-0) Gsellman (2-0) Biddle (1-0)
Harvey (0-2) Ravin (0-1) Familia (1-1)
-- 13-5 Familia (8) 14-5 -- 14-6
1st/+2.0 1st/+2.0 1st/+1.0
1st/+1.5 1st/+0.5 1st/+0.5 1st/+0.5 1st/+0.5 1st/+1.5
Rescheduled for May 28 as part of a doubleheader
Gsellman (3-0) Wacha (4-1) Gant (1-0) deGrom (3-0) Lucchesi (3-1) Wheeler (2-1)
Bowman (0-1) Matz (1-2) Sewald (0-1) Richard (1-2) Vargas (0-1) Mitchell (0-3)
Familia (9) 15-6 Brebbia (1) 15-7 -- 15-8 -- 16-8 -- 16-9 -- 17-9
6/12
6/13
6/14
6/15
6/16
6/17
6/18
6/19
6/20 @COL 6/21 @COL
7:35 p.m. 12:10 p.m. 9:40 p.m. 9:40 p.m. 10:10 p.m. 4:10 p.m. 8:40 p.m. 8:40 p.m. 8:40 p.m. 3:10 p.m.
@ATL @ATL @ARI @ARI @ARI @ARI @COL @COL
20-18 4th/-3.5 20-19 4th/-4.5
21-19 4th/-3.5 22-19 4th/-3.5 23-19 3rd/-3.5
  1. 7/20  @NYY
  2. 7/21  @NYY
  3. 7/22  @NYY
7:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 8:05 p.m.
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7/26 @PIT 7/27 @PIT 7/28 @PIT 7/29 @PIT 7/30
7/31 @WAS 8/1 @WAS
7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:35 p.m. Off Day 7:05 p.m. 12:05 p.m.
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  1. 8/10  @MIA
  2. 8/11  @MIA
  3. 8/12  @MIA
8/13
  1. 8/14  @BAL
  2. 8/15  @BAL
  3. 8/16  @PHI
  4. 8/17  @PHI
  5. 8/18  @PHI
  6. 8/19  @PHI
7:10 p.m. 7:10 p.m. 1:10 p.m. Off Day 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. (DH) 6:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 7:10 p.m.
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  1. 5/7  @CIN
  2. 5/8  @CIN
  3. 5/9  @CIN
5/10
  1. 5/11  @PHI
  2. 5/12  @PHI
  3. 5/13  @PHI
W, 7-6 L, 7-2
L, 2-1 (10) Off Day W, 3-1 PPD - Rain L, 4-2
Gsellman (4-0) Castillo (2-4) Iglesias (1-0)
Bailey (0-5) Vargas (0-3) Ramos (1-2)
Familia (10) --
--
18-15 18-16 18-17
3rd/-1.0 4th/-2.0 4th/-3.5
4th/-2.5 4th/-3.0 4th/-4.5
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Neris (1-3)
Nola (6-1) Sewald (0-3) Ramos (1) 19-18
Ramos (2-2)
Rescheduled for Aug 16 as part of a doubleheader
Familia (11)
19-17
8/27 @CHC 8/28 @CHC 8/29 @CHC 8/30
8/31 @SF
  1. 9/1  @SF
  2. 9/2  @SF
9/3 @LAD 9/4 @LAD 9/5 @LAD
8:05 p.m. 8:05 p.m. 2:20 p.m. Off Day 10:15 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 8:10 p.m. 10:10 p.m. 7:35 p.m.
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  1. 5/24  @MIL
  2. 5/25  @MIL
  3. 5/26  @MIL
  4. 5/27  @MIL
  5. 5/28  @ATL
  6. 5/29  @ATL
  7. 5/30  @ATL
8:10 p.m. 8:10 p.m. 4:10 p.m. 2:10 p.m. 1:10 p.m. 7:10 p.m. (DH) 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m.
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9/14
9/15
9/16
9/17
9/18
9/19
9/20 @WAS 9/21 @WAS 9/22 @WAS 9/23 @WAS
7:10 p.m. 4:05 p.m. TBD 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 1:35 p.m.
@BOS @BOS @BOS @PHI @PHI @PHI
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MARCH/APRIL TOTALS: 17-9 MAY TOTALS 6-10 JUNE TOTALS 0-0 JULY TOTALS 0-0 FIRST HALF 0-0 AUGUST TOTALS 0-0 SEPTEMBER TOTALS 0-0
Team ERA: 3.81 Team ERA: 4.69 Team ERA: 0.00 Team ERA: 0.00 Team ERA: 0.00 Team ERA: 0.00 Team ERA: 0.00
Team Batting: .239 Team Batting: .235 Team Batting: .000 Team Batting: .000 Team Batting: .000 Team Batting: .000 Team Batting: .000
6/29 @MIA 6/30 @MIA 7/1 @MIA 7/2
7/3 @TOR 7/4 @TOR
7:10 p.m. 4:10 p.m. 1:10 p.m. Off Day 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m.
RECORD BY MONTH
Home Road Total
March/April
May
June 0-0 0-0 0-0 July 0-0 0-0 0-0 August 0-0 0-0 0-0 September 0-0 0-0 0-0 October 0-0 0-0 0-0
Totals 11-11 12-8 23-19
RECORD BY DAY
Home Road
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday 2-2 1-2 3-4 Thursday 1-1 1-2 2-3 Friday 2-1 3-0 5-1
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Month
7-4 10-5 17-9 4-7 2-3 6-10
Day
Total
2-2 2-1 4-3 0-1 2-0 2-1 2-2 2-1 4-3
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Saturday
Totals
2-2 1-2 3-4
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11-11 12-8
23-19
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MISCELLANEOUS STATS
HITTING
Two Home Runs, Game, Player..............................................................................................................................Amed Rosario, May 20, 2018 vs. Arizona (off Clay Buchholz, Jorge De La Rosa) Three Home Runs, Game, Player ...................................................................................................................................Yoenis Céspedes, April 11, 2017 at Philadelphia (off Clay Buchholz, Adam Morgan-2) Hit for the Cycle ............................................................................................................................................................................................................Scott Hairston, April 27, 2012 at Colorado Inside-the-Park Home Run .................................................................................................................................................Ruben Tejada, September 2, 2015 vs. Philadelphia (off Aaron Nola) Leadoff Home Run ....................................................................................................................................................................................Michael Conforto, May 7, 2018 at Cincinnati (off Homer Bailey) Walk-off Home Run ............................................................................................................................ ...........................................................Wilmer Flores, April 15, 2018 vs. Milwaukee (off Matt Albers) Pinch-Hit Home Run .................................................................................................................................. ......................................Asdrúbal Cabrera, May 20, 2018 vs. Arizona (off Jorge De La Rosa) Grand Slam .................................................................................................................................................... .............................................Yoenis Céspedes, April 18, 2018 vs. Washington (off A.J. Cole) Pinch-Hit Grand Slam.....................................................................................................................................................................Kelly Johnson, August 27, 2016 vs. Philadelphia (off Michael Mariot) Walk-off Grand Slam ................................................................................................................................................................................................Ike Davis, April 5, 2014, vs. Cincinnati (off J.J. Hoover) Four Home Runs, Team .............................................................................................................................. .May 7, 2018 at Cincinnati (Won, 7-6; Adrián González-2, Michael Conforto, Jay Bruce) Five Home Runs, Team .......................................................................................June 6, 2017 at Texas (Lost, 10-8; Juan Lagares, Asdrúbal Cabrera, Neil Walker, Curtis Granderson, Travis d’Arnaud ) Six Home Runs, Team.......................................................................................April 19, 2016 (Won, 11-1; Neil Walker-2, Michael Conforto, Yoenis Céspedes, Lucas Duda, Curtis Granderson) Seven Home Runs, Team ...............................................................April 11, 2017 at Philadelphia (Won 14-4; Yoenis Céspedes-3, Lucas Duda-2, Travis d’Arnaud, Asdrúbal Cabrera) Eight Home Runs, Team...........August 24, 2015 at Philadelphia (Wilmer Flores-2, David Wright, Travis d’Arnaud, Michael Cuddyer, Juan Lagares, Daniel Murphy, Yoenis Céspedes) Back-to-Back Home Runs ..............................................................................................................................Asdrúbal Cabrera & Amed Rosario, May 20, 2018 vs. Arizona (off Jorge De La Rosa) Back-to-Back-to-Back Home Runs ..................................................................... Carlos Delgado, David Wright & Paul Lo Duca, June 7, 2007 vs. Philadelphia (off Cole Hamels, 6th inning) Three Home Runs in an Inning..................................................................................... Michael Conforto, Wilmer Flores & Curtis Granderson (August 5, 2017 vs. Los Angeles-NL - 1st inning)
PITCHING
Complete-Game ............................................................................................................................................................................. Robert Gsellman, September 6, 2017 vs. Philadelphia (6.0 innings - Won, 6-3) Complete Game (8.0 or more innings) .............................................................................................................................................................Jacob deGrom, June 12, 2017 vs. Chicago-NL (Won, 6-1) Complete-Game Shutout ................................................................................................................................................................................... Jacob deGrom, July 17, 2016 at Philadelphia (Won, 5-0) No-Hitter ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Johan Santana, June 1, 2012, vs. St. Louis (Won, 8-0) Opponent, No-Hitter............................................................................................................................................................................................Max Scherzer, October 3, 2015 (Game 2) vs. Washington One-Hitter, Complete Game- 8.0 or more innings ............................................................................................................................................. Jacob deGrom, July 17, 2016 at Philadelphia (Won, 5-0) Two-Hitter, Complete Game .................................................................................................................................................................. Miguel Batista, September 28, 2011, vs. Cincinnati (Won, 3-0) Back-to-Back Shutouts, Individual................................................................................................................Johan Santana, May 26, 2012 vs. San Diego (9-0) & June 1, 2012 vs. St. Louis (8-0) Back-to-Back Shutouts, Team ...............................................................................................................................................................................August 11-12, 2015 (vs. Colorado, won, 4-0 and 3-0) Three Straight Shutouts, Team ................................................................... May 25, 2010 vs. Philadelphia (8-0), May 26, 2010 vs. Philadelphia (5-0) & May 27, 2010 vs Philadelphia (3-0) 10+ Strikeouts, Individual ......................................................................................................................................... Jacob deGrom, May 18, 2018 vs. Arizona (13 strikeouts in 7.0 innings, Won, 3-1) 15+ Strikeouts, Individual ........................................................................................................ Al Leiter, August 1, 1999, at Chicago (NL), 15 in 7.0 innings (No-Decision,Won, 5-4, 13 innings) Three Hits, Pitcher .....................................................................................................................................................................................................Steven Matz, June 28, 2015 vs. Cincinnati (2B, 2 1B0 Home Run, Pitcher ....................................................................................................................................................................................................Seth Lugo, July 15, 2017 vs. Colorado (off Chris Rusin) Four RBI, Pitcher ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................Noah Syndergaard, May 11, 2016 at Los Angeles-NL Two Home Runs, Pitcher ............................................................................................................................................................................................. Noah Syndergaard, May 11, 2016, at Los Angeles-NL
MISCELLANEOUS
Last 1-0 Victory ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................June 25, 2016 at Atlanta (11 innings) Last 1-0 Loss .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................September 14, 2016 at Washington Triple Play .................................................August 24, 2014 at Los Angeles-NL, 6th inning, 3B Eric Campbell, 2B Daniel Murphy, 1B Lucas Duda, C Travis d’Arnaud, Batter-Matt Kemp Opponent Triple Play .............................................. June 10, 2010 vs. San Diego (Game Two), 3B Chase Headley to 2B Lance Zawadzki to 1B Adrian Gonzalez, Batter- Ruben Tejada Position Player Pitching .............................................................................................................................................................................Kevin Plawecki, August 29, 2017 at Cincinnati (Lost, 14-4) Pitcher, Pinch Hitting ...................................................................................................................................................................................................Seth Lugo, August 9, 2017 vs. Texas (grounded out) Opponent Steal of Home ................................................................................................................................................................................................Carlos Santana, April 4, 2018 vs. Philadelphia Steal of Home ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Eric Campbell, August 29, 2014 vs. Philadelphia.NEW YORK METS RECENT TRANSACTIONS
  • MAY 19 - Recalled RHP CHRIS FLEXEN and C TOMÁS NIDO from Las Vegas (AAA)... Designated C JOSE LOBATON for assingment and optioned LHP BUDDY BAUMANNto Las Vegas (AAA).
  • MAY 18 - Reinstated LHP JERRY BLEVINS from the Paternity Leave List...Placed OF JUAN LAGARES on the 10-Day DL, retroactive to May 17, with a complete tear of the big toe plantar plate...Signed INF CHRISTIAN COLON and OF EZEQUIEL CARRERA to minor league contracts and assigned them both to Las Vegas (AAA).
  • MAY 16 - Placed OF YOENIS CÉSPEDES on the 10-Day DL, retroactive to May 14, with
    a mild strain of the right hip flexor...Recalled 
    INF/OF PHILLIP EVANS from Las Vegas. 
  • MAY 15 - Placed LHP JERRY BLEVINS on the Paternity Leave List, recalled LHP BUDDY BAUMANN from Las Vegas (AAA), recalled RHP JACOB RHAME from Las Vegas (AAA) and optioned RHP COREY OSWALT to Las Vegas (AAA).
APRIL 11- Recalled RHP ZACK WHEELER from Las Vegas (AAA)...Optioned RHP COREY OSWALT to Las Vegas (AAA)...Placed C TRAVIS d’ARNAUD on the 10-Day DL with a with a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow...RecalledC TOMÁS NIDO from Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League.
APRIL 10- Recalled RHP COREY OSWALT from Las Vegas (AAA)...Optioned OF BRANDON NIMMO...Added RHP ZACK WHEELER to the taxi squad...Acquired minor league outfielder Kendall Coleman from the Yankees in exchange for minor league infielder/outfielder L.J. Mazzilli.
APRIL 5- Activated OF MICHAEL CONFORTO from the 10-Day DL...Optioned INF PHILLIP EVANS to Las Vegas (AAA).APRIL 2 - Placed RHP ANTHONY SWARZAK on the 10-Day Disabled List, retroactive to April 1, with a strained left oblique and recalled RHP HANSEL ROBLES from Las Vegas (AAA).
  • MAY 14 - Optioned INF DOMINIC SMITH to Las Vegas (AAA)...Returned INF JAY BRUCE from Paternity Leave List.
  • MAY 13 - Activated RHP JACOB deGROM from the 10-Day DL...Optioned LHP BUDDY BAUMANN.
  • MAY 11 - Placed OF JAY BRUCE on the Paternity Leave List...Recalled INF DOMINIC SMITH from Las Vegas (AAA)...Placed RHP HANSEL ROBLES on the DL, retroactive to May 9, with a sprained right knee...Recalled LHP BUDDY BAUMANN from Las Vegas (AAA)...Signed OF PATRICK KIVLEHAN to a minor league contract and assigned him to Las Vegas (AAA).
  • MAY 9 - Recalled INF LUIS GUILLORME from Las Vegas (AAA)...Optioned C TOMÁS NIDO to Las Vegas (AAA).
  • MAY 8 - Acquired C DEVIN MESORACO and cash from the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for RHP MATT HARVEY...Placed INF TODD FRAZIER on the 10-Day Disabled List, with a left hamstring strain...Transferred RHP ANTHONY SWARZAK to the 60-Day Disabled List...Recalled RHP COREY OSWALT from Las Vegas (AAA) and optioned LHP P.J. CONLON to Las Vegas (AAA).
  • MAY 6 - Placed RHP JACOB deGROM on the 10-Day DL, retroactive to May 3, with a hyperextended right elbow...Select the contract of LHP P.J. CONLON from Las Vegas (AAA).
  • MAY 5 - Designated RHP MATT HARVEY for assignment...Recalled RHP HANSEL
    ROBLES from Las Vegas (AAA).
  • MAY 3 - Signed INF/OF CODY ASCHE to a minor league contract and assigned him
    to Las Vegas (AAA).
  • APRIL 28 - Recalled LHP JASON VARGAS from his rehabilitation assignment and
    reinstated him from the Disabled List...Optioned RHP JACOB RHAME to Las Vegas.
  • APRIL 27 - Recalled RHP JACOB RHAME from Las Vegas (AAA)...Optioned RHP COREY OSWALT to Las Vegas...Claimed LHP BUDDY BAUMANN off waivers from San Diego and optioned him to Las Vegas...Transferred INF DAVID WRIGHT to the
    60-Day DL.
  • APRIL 21 - Recalled RHP COREY OSWALT from Las Vegas (AAA)...Optioned RHP
    GERSON BAUTISTA to Binghamton (AA).
  • APRIL 18 - Signed RHP VANCE WORLEY and RHP SCOTT COPELAND to minor
    league contracts...Released RHP A.J. GRIFFIN
  • APRIL 17 - Recalled RHP GERSON BAUSTISTA from Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern
    League...Optioned RHP HANSEL ROBLES to Las Vegas (AAA).
  • APRIL 15 - Recalled INF DOMINIC SMITH from his rehabilitation assignment, reinstated
    him from the Disabled List and optioned him to Las Vegas (AAA).
  • APRIL 13 - Placed C KEVIN PLAWECKI on the 10-Day DL, retroactive to April 12, with a hairline fracture of his left hand...Recalled OF BRANDON NIMMO from Las Vegas (AAA)...Selected the contract of C JOSE LOBATON from Las Vegas (AAA)...OptionedRHP JACOB RHAME to Las Vegas (AAA)...Transferred C TRAVIS d’ARNAUD to the 60-Day DL...Signed C JOHNNY MONELL to a minor league contract and assigned him
• MARCH 29 - Selected the contract of INF PHILLIP EVANS...Placed OF MICHAEL CONFORTO on the 10-Day DL (left shoulder dislocation)...Placed RHP RAFAEL MONTERO on the 60-Day DL (Tommy John surgery)...Placed INF DOMINIC SMITHon the 10-Day DL (strained right quad)...Placed LHP JASON VARGAS on the 10-Day DL (non-displaced fracture of hamate in right hand)...Placed INF DAVID WRIGHT on the 10-Day DL (shoulder/back).
to Las Vegas (AAA).