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Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Mets Game Notes 8/1/18

NEW YORK METS (44-60)
WASHINGTON NATIONALS (53-53)
THIRD PLACE, NL EAST, -5.5 GB
FOURTH PLACE, NL EAST, -13.5 GB
N.L. EAST
DIVISION CHAMPIONS
Wednesday, August 1, 2018 • 12:05 p.m.
Nationals Park • Washington, D.C.
RHP Noah Syndergaard (6-1, 2.89) vs. LHP Tommy Milone (0-0, 5.40)SNY • WOR 710 AM • 104.3 WAXQ-FM HD 2 • ESPN 1050
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ROSTER NOTE: Prior to today's game, the Mets will activate RHP Noah Syndergaard from the 10-Day Disabled List...A corresponding roster move will be made prior to the game... Syndergaard has been on the DL since July 21, with Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease.
METSCELLANEOUS: New York is 5-5 in its last 10 games...New York went 12-12 in July...The 12 wins last month were tied for the second-most among NL East teams with Miami, behind the Phillies, who had 15 victories in July...The Mets are 19-21 vs. the NL East...New York is 19-39 in its last 58 games.
ON THE ROAD: The Mets are 2-3 on their six-game road trip, which concludes today and 23-27 on the road this year...New York is 10-19 in its last 29 road games and 5-5 in its last 10.
NOTES ON LAST NIGHT: The Mets allowed 25 runs, the second-most in team history, behind the 26 runs allowed on June 11, 1985 at Philadelphia...The 21-run margin of defeat was the largest in franchise history, surpassing the 19-run margin (26- 7) in the same game - June 11, 1985 at Philadelphia.
VS. WASHINGTON: The Mets have won six games vs. Washington this year with eight games remaining...New York won six games all of last year vs. the Nats and seven games in 2016...The Mets are 16-15 at Nationals Park since 2015, including a three-game sweep, April 5-8, earlier this year...The Mets have hit 39 home runs in their last 25 games at Nationals Park.
ONE YEAR AGO: Amed Rosario made his major league debut one year ago today in Colorado...Rosario went 1-4 in that game... He has 20 doubles, 10 triples, 37 RBI and 55 runs scored in 146 games since his debut...His 10 triples are tied for the third-most in the majors during that span.
JEFF McNEIL: Slugged his first major league home run last night ...He is the first rookie to homer this year for the Mets...He has a .455 OBP in the majors...McNeil hit 19 combined homers in the minors this year between Binghamton (AA) and Las Vegas (AAA).
INTO THE BOOKS: Austin Jackson hit his first homer as a Met ...He joined Jeff McNeil, as two of 425 different players who have gone deep in franchise history.
MICHAEL CONFORTO: Is 12-for-34 (.353) with three homers, three doubles and nine RBI, a .425 OBP and a .706 slugging percentage in 10 games since the All-Star break...Over his last 14 games, Conforto is hitting .326 (15-46) with four home runs, three doubles, 12 RBI, 12 runs scored and a .429 OBP...Conforto has a 14.8 percent walk-rate, the ninth-best in the majors.
JOSÉ BAUTISTA: His next home run will be his 340th career homer and tie him with Jack Clark for 98th on major league baseball's all-time list...Bautista is sixth among active players in home runs, behind Albert Pujols, Adrián Beltré, Miguel Cabrera, Edwin Encarnacion and Nelson Cruz.
1,000: Bautista has scored 999 runs during his career...He will be one of 10 active players with 1,000 runs scored.
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.
NOAH NOTES: Noah Syndergaard has not allowed more than three runs in each of his last 12 starts since surrendering four runs in his Opening Day start...He has allowed one earned run or less in three of his last four starts...Syndergaard reached his 500th strikeout in his last start on July 20 at Yankee Stadium, becoming the fastest to reach the mark in franchise history by innings pitched (437.1 innings)...Dwight Gooden is now second having reached 500 strikeouts in 445.1 innings...The Mets are 16-5 in their last 21 games when Syndergaard starts after a team loss.
SYN-SENTIONAL: Syndergaard's 2.89 ERA ranks eighth in the NL and his 0.60 homer per nine innings is sixth (min. 70 innings)...Among active pitchers with at least 70 starts, Noah Syndergaard's 2.89 ERA (141 earned runs/438.2 innings) trails only Clayton Kershaw's 2.37 ERA, Jacob deGrom (2.78) and Chris Sale (2.89 by percentage points).
NIMMO NOTES: Brandon Nimmo has a .432 on-base percentage in the second half, the 10th-highest mark in the NL...Nimmo has a career-high 13 homers, but has one home run in his last 34 games...Overall, he is 11th in the NL with a .380 on-base percentage and tied for fifth in the majors with six triples.
SETH LUGO: Has allowed eight runs in his last 38.1 innings in relief (1.88 ERA) dating to May 1...Lugo has 19 relief outings of more than 1.0 inning, the third-most in the NL.
TODD FRAZIER: Is expected to play for Brooklyn (A) of the New York-Penn League tonight vs. Tri-City...Frazier was 1-4 with a solo homer for the Cyclones yesterday...He played 9.0 innings at third base...Frazier is 2-8 with a double, homer and three RBI in three minor league rehabilitation games...Frazier has been on the DL since July 9 with a left rib cage muscle strain.
IN THE MINORS: Mark Vientos, the Mets second-round pick from last year, has hit five homers, has 13 RBI and is batting .394 (13-33) in his last nine games for Kingsport (R) of the Appalachian League... Vientos is hitting .270 with seven homers (tied for sixth in the league) and 29 RBI (fourth in the league) in 32 games for Kingsport.
SYNDERGAARD AS THOR BOBBLE: This Saturday, the first 25,000 fans attending the Braves-Mets 7:10 p.m. will receive a Noah Syndergaard as Thor bobblehead presented by Marvel.
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VS. ATLANTA
Thurs., Aug. 2 Fri., Aug. 3 Sat., Aug. 4 Sun., Aug. 5
UPCOMING OPPONENTS & PITCHING
RHP Mike Foltynewicz (7-7, 3.04) vs. LHP Jason Vargas (2-6, 8.36) TBA vs. RHP Jacob deGrom (5-6, 1.82)
TBA vs. RHP Zack Wheeler (5-6, 4.11)
TBA vs. LHP Steven Matz (5-9, 4.35)
7:10 p.m. (SNY, WOR 710 AM, 104.3 FM HD, ESPN 1050 AM) 7:10 p.m. (SNY, WOR 710 AM, 104.3 FM HD, ESPN 1050 AM) 7:10 p.m. (SNY, WOR 710 AM, 104.3 FM HD, ESPN 1050 AM) 1:10 p.m. (SNY, WOR 710 AM, 104.3 FM HD, ESPN 1050 AM)
METS-NATIONALS NOTES: The Mets have six wins already this year vs. Washington after winning six games all of last year.
2018: 6-5 @NY: 3-4 @WAS: 3-1
2017: 6-13 @NY: 2-8 @WAS: 4-5
History 415-433 @NY: 212-220 @WAS: 66-56 @MON: 135-152 @PR: 2-5
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NOAH SYNDERGAARD RHP #342018 STATS: 6-1, 2.89 ERA
LAST TIME OUT: Defeated the Yankees for the first time in his career, July 20 in the Bronx...Pitched 5.0 innings, allowing one run, earned, on eight hits while fanning four and walking none in the Mets' 7-5 win...Was his fourth-straight victory, the second-longest streak of his career (won six-straight decisions from May 11- June 22, 2016)...Has fanned fewer than five batters in consecutive starts for the first time in his career (excluding outings of 2.0 innings or fewer last season after returning from a partial tear in his right lat)...Allowed one run for the third time in his last four starts...Fanned his 500th-career batter (Neil Walker in the fourth inning).
DL STINTS: Syndergaard contracted hand, foot and mouth disease and was placed on the 10-Day Disabled List for the second time this season on July 23 (retro to July 21)...He will be activated prior to today's game...In two starts since coming off the DL for the first time on July 13, Syndergaard is 2-0 with a 1.80 ERA (one earned run/10.0 innings).
VS. WASHINGTON: Snapped a four-game losing streak against the Nationals in his last start vs. the club on July 13...Has completed at least 7.0 innings in five of his 11-career starts against the club...Has not started a game at Nationals Park since April 30 of last season, a game he exited after throwing what was then the shortest start of his career (1.1 innings)...Was placed on the Disabled List for the first time in his career after that outing with a partial tear in his right lat...Has allowed one run in two of his four starts at Nationals Park...Allowed five runs in each of the other two outings.
ON THE ROAD: Syndergaard's start today is his sixth road start of the season... In five road starts this season, he is 2-0 with a 2.67 ERA (nine earned runs/30.1 innings)...The Mets have gone 17-8 (.680) in Syndergaard's last 25 away starts since starting 1-8 in his first nine career road starts...In those 25 starts, he is 12-4 with a 2.59 ERA (42 earned runs/145.2 innings) and 167 strikeouts...Has allowed one or no earned runs in nine of his previous 12 road starts and has surrendered more than two earned runs only five times in his last 25 starts on the road...In all, he is 12-9 in 34-career road starts with a 3.19 ERA (68 earned runs/192.0 innings).
HE'S AN AVENGER: The Mets 16-5 in their last 21 games when Syndergaard starts after a team loss (.762 win percentage)...In those 21 starts, Syndergaard is 10-3 with a 2.38 ERA (34 earned runs/128.1 innings) and 148 strikeouts.
RECENT SYNDERGAARD: Is undefeated in his last six starts, going 4-0 with a 2.65 ERA (10 earned runs/34.0 innings) during the unbeaten stretch...Has allowed three runs or fewer in each of his last 12 starts since surrendering four runs in his Opening Day win and has pitched at least 5.0 innings in his last 11 outings...Jacob deGrom (13) is the only pitcher in the majors with a longer active streak of starts of at least 5.0 innings with no more than three runs allowed...Is 5-1 with a 2.51 ERA (18 earned runs/64.2 innings) in his last 11 starts.
REACHED A MILESTONE: In his last start, Syndergaard fanned his 500th career batter...Became the fastest Mets pitcher to 500 strikeouts (by innings pitched) by reaching the mark in 437.1 innings...Passed Dwight Gooden, who fanned his first 500 batters in 445.1 innings...He is one of six Mets pitchers to have reached the mark before their 26th birthday (Syndergaard turns 26 on August 29), the others are: Dwight Gooden (1,391 strikeouts before turning 26), Tom Seaver (866), Sid Fernandez (765) Jon Matlack (747) and Gary Gentry (563).
IN ELITE COMPANY: Syndergaard is one of only four active major league hurlers with at least 70 career starts to sport a sub-3.00 ERA...His 2.89 career ERA (141 earned runs/438.2 innings) is tied with Chris Sale's identical mark for the third-best in the majors...Trails only Clayton Kershaw's 2.37 career ERA and staffmate Jacob deGrom's 2.78 career ERA...Ranks third in the NL in strikeout-to-walk ratio since 2015 (5.45 SO/BB), topped only by Kershaw (7.66) and Max Scherzer (5.68)...Is the only pitcher in modern MLB history (since 1900) to have a SO/BB ratio of 5.0 or greater in each of his first three seasons.
TOMORROW'S STARTER: LHP JASON VARGAS (2-6, 8.36)
PREVIOUS START: Was left with a no-decision after throwing 4.1 innings and surrendering three runs, earned, on three hits with three walks and three strikeouts in the Mets' 5-4 setback at PNC Park on July 27...Allowed no more than three runs for the fourth time in his last five starts.
VS. ATLANTA: Has made two starts against the Braves this season, one at home and one on the road...In his last start against Atlanta, pitched 5.0 shutout innings, allowing just two hits and a walk (intentional) while fanning two on May 30 at SunTrust Park...In his May 3 outing against the club at Citi Field, allowed six runs, earned, on 11 hits in 4.2 innings.
2018 GAME LOG (13 GS/7 QS) METS RECORD: 9-4
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Date Opp. Dec.
3/29 STL W, 9-4
4/4 PHI ND, 4-2
4/9 @MIA W, 4-2
4/15 MIL ND, 3-2
4/20 @ATL ND, 5-3
4/26 @STL ND, 3-4
5/1 ATL L, 2-3
5/6 COL ND, 2-3
5/15 TOR W,12-2
5/20 ARI W, 4-1 7.0 6 1 1
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Height/Weight: 6-6/242Born: Mansfield, TXResides: Mansfield, TX
Bats/Throws: L/RAge: 25 (August 29, 1992)Signed Through: 2018
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AWARDS + HONORS
» 2016 NL All-Star
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2015 Topps Rookie All-Star» 2014 Sirius XM All-Star Futures Game (USA)
medical history
» Hand, Foot, Mouth Disease, DL (7.21-8.1)» Strained ligament in rt. index finger (5/26/17)» Partial tear in right lat (4/30/17)
» On 60-Day D.L. from 5/1-9/23/2017
5/25 @MIL ND, 3-4 7/13 WAS W, 4-2 7/20 @NYY W, 7-5
6.0 6
5.0 7 1 1 5.0 8 1 1
IP H R ER HR BB K NP ERA
6.0 6 4 4 2 0 10 85 6.00
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4.0 4 2 2 6.0 5 2 1 5.1 2 1 0
0
0
0
1
0 0 0 1

1 4 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0
6.0 7 7.1 6 6.0 10 6.0 6 5.0 5
3 3 2 1 3 3 2 2 2 2
0
6 103 3.29 7 101 2.86 3 91 3.10 595 3.09 7 103 3.14 7 102 2.91 878 3.06 3 75 2.97 4 84 2.89
7 71 1.80
With Single-A Brooklyn (rehab)
7/8 SI ND, 2-1 5.0 2 1 1 0 1
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W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB K
2018 6-1 2.89 13 13 74.2 78 27 24 5 15 832017 1-2 2.97 7 7 30.1 29 14 10 0 3 34
Career 30-19 2.89 75 74 438.2 401 162 141 35 92 501
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SYNDERGAARD VS. WASHINGTON
Career .250 787 197 18 Career .233 875 204 17
SYNDERGAARD BATTING STATISTICS
YEAR AVG. AB R H RBI SAC
2018 .125 24 0 3 3 1
3 3
2 7 92 5.40 2 5 90 3.94 1 11 101 2.95
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Last Win: 7/13/18 vs. Washington Last Loss: 4/30/17 vs. WashingtonCareer Record vs. Washington (11 starts): 3-4, 3.38 ERA (21 ER/56.0 IP)Career vs. Washington at Home (7 starts): 3-2, 2.04 ERA (9 ER/39.2 IP)Career at Washington on Road (4 starts): 0-2, 6.61 ERA (12 ER/16.1 IP)
Adams Difo Eaton Harper Murphy Rendon Reynolds
AVG HR BB SO
AVG
HR BB SO
Nationals Batters vs. Syndergaard
.000 (0/2) 0 .500 (1/2) 0 .500 (2/4) 0
32 00 01 47 22
0 0 0 00
Total .242 (30/124) 1
0 1 0 3 0 2 1 00 5
11 37 Career
Soto
Taylor
Turner
Wieters
Zimmerman .250 (3/12)
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.286 (6/21) 0
.200 (3/15) 0
.348 (8/23) 1 15
.333 (1/3) .286 (2/7) .111 (1/9) .000 (0/2)
.167 (1/6) 0
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SYNDERGAARD SEASON + CAREER HIGHS
2018 Season
4 (5/15-present)
11 (4/15 vs. MIL)
2 (last, 4/15 vs. MIL) 6.0 IP (2x, last, 5/1-6) N/A
10 (5/1 vs. ATL)
2 (3/29 vs. STL)
4 (3/29 vs. STL)
4 (5/6 vs. COL)
7.1 (4/26 @ STL)
0
0
Win Streak Strikeouts 10+ K Games Scoreless Streak Low Hits, CG
SYNDERGAARD VS. LHB
YEAR AVG. AB H HR
2018 .278 151 42 2
SYNDERGAARD VS. RHB
YEAR AVG. AB H HR
2018 .257 140 36 3
6 (5/11-6/22/16) 13 (7/10/15 vs. ARI) 13 (last, 4/15/18 vs. MIL) 13.0 IP (9/27/16-4/9/17) N/AHigh Hits, Game 10 (3x, last, 5/1/18 vs. ATL)High HR, Game 2 (6x, last, 3/29/18 vs. STL)
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High Runs, Game High Walks, Game IP, Game Complete Games Shutouts
7 (6/2/15 @ SD) 5 (7/22/15 @ WSH) 8.1 (6/15/16 vs. PIT)
0 0
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Career Career XBH:
.187
134 8 25 13 10
Six doubles (last, 5/15/18 vs. TOR) Four home runs (last, 8/16/16 @ ARI) 3 (5/27/15 vs. PHI)
4 (5/11/16 @ LAD)
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Most Hits, Game: Most RBI, Game:
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VARGAS VS. ATLANTA
Last Win: 5/30/18 at Atlanta Last Loss: 5/3/18 vs. Atlanta Career Record vs. Atlanta (4 G/3 GS): 1-1, 4.97 ERA (7 ER/12.2 IP) Career vs. Atlanta at Home (3 G/2 GS) 0-1, 8.22 ERA (7 ER/7.2 IP) Career vs. Atlanta on Road (1 GS): 1-0, 0.00 ERA (0 ER/5.0 IP)
LAST START VS. BRAVES: Pitched 5.0 shutout innings, allowing just two hits and a walk (intentional) while fanning two on May 30 at SunTrust Park.
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NEW YORK METS PITCHING BREAKDOWN
W-L-S ERA IP H R ER BB K HR AVG
STARTERS 25-36 4.06 565.0 548 276 256 171 566 71 .253 HOME
RELIEVERS 19-24-26 5.07 369.0 373 218 208 171 345 61 .264 ROAD
TOTALS 44-60-26 4.47 934.0 921 494 464 342 911 132 .257 TOTALS 44-60-26 4.47 934.0 921 494 464 342 911 132 .257
W-L-S ERA
IP H
R ER BB K HR AVG
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21-33-11 3.92 496.0 448 224 216 170 511 70 .242 23-27-15 5.10 438.0 473 270 248 172 400 62 .274
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#11JoAsYéBaRuUtiCstEaLast Game: 0-3, K
Home: .216 (19-88), 5 HRRoad: .243 (18-74), 1 HRRoad Trip: .211 (4-19), 2B, R, BB, HBPCareer vs. WAS: .299 (29-97)
Last HR: 7/25 vs. SD (C. Richard)At-Bats since last HR: 20Game-Tying HR: 1Go-Ahead HR: 3
.21--3-,80HR,,209RBISeason High, Hits: 2, 6x, last - 7/27 vs. PIT
BATTING NOTES
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RISP: .325 (13-40), 5 2B, 2 HR, 21 RBIStreak: 0 games (0 for his last 8)Game-Winning RBI: 2
Season High, Runs: 2, 7/25 vs. SDSeason High, RBI: 4, 7/6 vs. TBSeason High, SB: 1, 2x, last - 7/6 vs. TB
  • Isbatting.228(37-162)with12doubles,sixhomeruns,37walks,26runsscored,a.376OBPand24RBIsincejoiningtheMets(59games)...His37walkssince May 24 are sixth-most in the National League in that time and are tied for ninth-most in the majors.
  • Batted.193(16-83)inJulywiththreehomeruns,11RBIand11runsscored(24games).
  • Hithiseighthhomeroftheseasonwithhistwo-runshotonJuly25vs.SanDiego...Wasthe339thhomerofhiscareer,tyinghimfor99th-mostall-time.
  • His339careerhomersaresixth-mostamongactiveplayers...TrailsAlbertPujols(631),AdriánBeltré(467),MiguelCabrera(465),EdwinEncarnación(372)and
Nelson Cruz (348).
#30 Michael Conforto (@mconforto8)
Last Game: 1-4, 2B, R, K Home: .171 (26-152), 5 HRRISP: .254 (17-67), 3 2B, 4 HR, 26 RBI Road: .284 (48-169), 9 HRStreak: 4 gm. (.313, 5-16), 2 2B, HR, 3 RBI Road Trip: .313 (5-16), 2 2B, HR, 3 RBIGame-Winning RBI: Career vs. WAS: .238 (26-105)
Last HR: 7/27 at PIT (I. Nova)At-Bats since last HR: 10Game-Tying HR: 2Go-Ahead HR: 7
.231, 14 HR, 39 RBI
Season High, Hits: 4, 5/18 vs. ARI (Ties CH)Season High, Runs: 2, 9x, last - 7/27 at PITSeason High, RBI: 4, 6/16 at ARI (Ties CH)Season High, SB: 1, 2x, last - 6/18 at COL
  • Sincethebreak,Confortois12-34(.353)withthreedoubles,threehomers,nineRBI,ninerunsscoredanda.425OBPin10games...His.353averageis10th-best in the NL while his .706 slugging percentage since the break is sixth-best in the NL.
  • Hasreachedbasesafelyin22straightroadgamesdatingtoJune12.
  • Overhislast14games,Confortoishitting.326(15-46)withthreedoubles,fourhomers,12RBI,12runsscoredandsevenwalks.
  • Ownsa14.8%walk-rate,ninth-bestinthemajors.
  • SinceJune16,Confortoishitting.405(17-42)offlefthanders...Was9-54(.167)priortoJune16...Hasfourhomersoffleftiesthisseason...Hadsixtotalhomersoff
    leftanders in his career entering this season.
  • Had62homersthroughhisfirst366games,tiedforthird-mostwithIkeDavisbyaplayerwhobeganhiscareerwiththeMetsthrough366games...OnlyDarryl
    Strawberry (77) and David Wright (65) had more...34 of Conforto's 62 career homers (55 percent) have either tied the game or given the Mets a lead.
#28 Phillip Evans (@PEVANS28)
.143, 0 HR, 1 RBI
Season High, Hits: 1, 3x, last - 7/26 at PITSeason High, Runs: 1, 7/25 vs. SDSeason High, RBI: 1, 7/25 vs. SDSeason High, SB: 1, 7/25 vs. SD
Last Game: 0-3, KRISP: .200 (1-5), RBIStreak: 0 games (0 for his last 7)Game-Winning RBI: --
Home: .167 (2-12), 0 HRRoad: .111 (1-9), 0 HRRoad Trip: .125 (1-8), 2 BB, 2 KCareer vs. WAS: .125 (1-8)
Last HR: --At-Bats since last HR: 54Game-Tying HR: --Go-Ahead HR: --
  • Grabbed his first career pinch-hit RBI on July 25 vs. San Diego...His RBI tied the game...Is 7-21 (.333) as a pinch-hitter in his career (3-9 as a pinch-hitter this season).
  • SawhisfirstmajorleagueactionatfirstbaseonJuly31atWashington.
  • Selected from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League on July 24...Is his fourth stint with the Mets this season (also Opening Day-April 5, May 16-22 and
    May 28-30)...Was batting .256 (56-219) with eight doubles, a career-high 14 home runs and 39 RBI in 62 games this year for the 51s...Was hitting .325 (13-40) with two home runs and nine RBI in 10 games this month for Vegas.
#4 Wilmer Flores
Last Game: 1-1, 2BRISP: .235 (12-51), 2 2B, 2 HR, 24 RBIStreak: 1 game (1.000, 1-1), 2BGame-Winning RBI: 6
Home: .276 (34-123), 4 HRRoad: .254 (32-126), 5 HRRoad Trip: .278 (5-18), 2 2B, HR, 3 RBI Game-Tying HR: --Career vs. WAS: .245 (46-188) Go-Ahead HR: 3
.265, 9 HR, 34 RBI
Season High, Hits: 3, 2x, last - 7/7 vs. TBSeason High, Runs: 2, 3x, last - 7/26 at PITSeason High, RBI: 3, 3x, last - 7/26 at PITSeason High, SB: --
• Datingtothebeginningoflastseason,18ofFlores'26homerunshavecomeoffrighthanders.
Last HR: 7/26 at PIT (N. Kingham)At-Bats since last HR: 17
  • Is batting .286 (55-192) with 15 doubles, seven home runs, 28 RBI, 23 runs scored and 16 walks in his last 58 games dating to May 4...Is 8-36 (.222) with one homer, four RBI, five walks and seven runs scored in 10 games since the break.
  • Clubbed his fourth career walk-off homer to lift the Mets to a 4-3 win in Game 1 of a doubleheader on July 9 vs. the Phillies...Was his 10th career walk-off RBI, most in Mets history...His four career walk-off homers are tied for the most in Mets history with Cleon Jones, Chris Jones, Kevin McReynolds and Mike Piazza.
  • His10walk-offRBIaremostinthemajorssince2014...AccordingtoElias,Flores'franchise-leading10walk-offRBIaresecond-mostamongactiveplayerswho lead their franchise in walk-off RBI and still play for that team...Ryan Zimmerman holds the Nationals/Expos record with 16 walk-off RBI.
  • Flores' walk-off homer on July 9 was of the pinch-hit variety...Was his fifth career pinch-hit homer and second this year...His five career pinch-hit homers are tied for sixth-most in team history...Is batting .400 (6-15) with one double, two homers and six RBI as a pinch-hitter this season...Prior to Flores' pinch-hit, walk-of homer on July 9 (Game 1), the last Mets pinch-hit, walk-off homer came from Ike Davis when he hit a walk-off grand slam on April 5, 2015 vs. Cincinnati.
#15 Luis Guillorme (@lguillorme13)
.190, 0 HR, 4 RBI
Season High, Hits: 2, 3x, last - 6/2 vs. CHCSeason High, Runs: 1, 4x, last - 7/29 at PITSeason High, RBI: 2, 5/28 (2) at ATLSeason High, SB: 1, 5/27 at MIL
Last Game: 1-1, BBRISP: .200 (3-15), 3 RBIStreak: 2 games (.400, 2-5), R, BBGame-Winning RBI: 1
Home: .128 (5-39), 0 HRRoad: .292 (7-24), 0 HRRoad Trip: .400 (2-5), R, BBCareer vs. WAS: 1.000 (1-1)
Last HR: --At-Bats since last HR: 63Game-Tying HR: -Go-Ahead HR: --
  • Hasnotstruckoutin48straightplateappearancesatthemajorleagueleveldatingtoMay28,thelongestactivestreakinthemajors.
  • Recalled from Las Vegas (AAA) on July 28...Is his second stint with the Mets this season (also May 9-June 26)...Was batting .301 (55-183) with 11 doubles, one
    triple, two home runs, 26 RBI and 31 runs scored for Las Vegas...Was 28-93 (.301) in his time with Vegas after being optioned on June 26.
  • Recordedthefirsttwomulti-hitgamesofhiscareerwithtwohitsapieceineachoftheMetsgamesonMay28atAtlanta.
  • 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.
#16 Austin Jackson
Last Game: 2-4, HR, 2 RBI, RRISP: .231 (9-39), 12 RBIStreak: 2 games (.571, 4-7), HR, 2 RBIGame-Winning RBI: --
Home: --Road: .500 (4-8), 1 HRRoad Trip: .500 (4-8), HR, 2 RBICareer vs. WAS: .274 (17-62)
Last HR: 7/31 at WAS (S. Kelley)At-Bats since last HR: 0Game-Tying HR: --Go-Ahead HR: --
.255, 1 HR, 15 RBI
Season High, Hits: 2, 9x, last, 7/31 at WASSeason High, Runs: 1, 13x, last - 7/31 at WASSeason High, RBI: 3, 4/28, SF vs. LADSeason High, SB: 1, 2x, last - 4/30, SF vs. SD
  • HomeredforthefirsttimethisyearonJuly31atWashington...WashisfirsthomersinceSeptember5,2017withCleveland.
  • Signed by the Mets to a major league contract on July 27...Made his Mets debut as a pinch-hitter that night...Grabbed his first hits as a Met on July 29 at
    Pittsburgh.
  • BegantheseasonwithSanFranciscoaftersigningonJanuary22,2018...Hit.242(36-149)witheightdoublesand13RBIin59gamesfortheGiants...Wastraded
    to Texas along with RHP Jason Bahr and RHP Cory Gearrin on July 8...Was released by Texas on July 14.
  • EnjoyedhisbestmonthoftheseasoninMay,hitting.304(14-46)withfourdoublesandfiveRBI(20games).
  • Batted.318(89-280)with19doubles,threetriples,sevenhomeruns,35RBIand46runsscoredin85gameswithClevelandlastseason.
#68 Jeff McNeil (@JeffMcNeil805)
Last Game: 1-4, HR, 2 RBI, 2 R, K Home: 1.000 (1-1), 0 HRRISP: .000 (0-3), RBI, 3 BB Road: .200 (3-15), 1 HRStreak: 1 game (.250, 1-4), HR, 2 RBI, R Road Trip: .200 (3-15), HR, 2 RBI, 3 R Game-Tying HR: --Game-Winning RBI: Career vs. WAS: .250 (1-4) Go-Ahead HR: --
.250, 1 HR, 2 RBI
Season High, Hits: 1, 4x, last - 7/31 at WASSeason High, Runs: 2, 7/31 at WASSeason High, RBI: 2, 7/31 at WASSeason High, SB: --
Last HR: 7/31 at WAS (T. Roark)At-Bats since last HR: 1
  • HadhiscontractselectedfromLasVegas(AAA)ofthePacificCoastleagueonJuly24...Madehisdebutthatnightasapinch-hitterandrecordedhisfirstMLB hit with a single...Made his first MLB start on July 26 at Pittsburgh (started at third base)...Hit his first major league homer on July 31 at Washington and also recorded his first career RBI.
  • Was batting .342 (116-339) with 26 doubles, five triples, 19 home runs, 71 RBI, 72 runs scored, a .411 OBP, a 617 slugging percentage and a 1.028 OPS in 88 combined games between Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League and Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League...His 1.028 OPS was fifth-highest among all full-season minor league players while his .617 slugging percentage was third-best among full-season minor leaguers. His 71 RBI were 15th-most in the minors.
  • Hit.368(46-125)with10doubles,twotriples,fivehomers,28RBIanda1.027OPSin31gamesforthe51s...HisrunwithVegasincludedan18-gamehittingstreak from June 18-July 6 during which he batted .421 (32-76) with 13 extra-base hits, 20 RBI and 15 runs scored...He hit safely in each of his last seven games with Vegas prior to his promotion and in 28 of 31 games overall with Vegas.
#26 Kevin Plawecki
Last Game: 1-4, 2 KRISP: .200 (6-30), 2B, HR, 8 RBIStreak: 4 games (.286, 4-14), RBIGame-Winning RBI: 1
Home: .241 (14-58), 2 HRRoad: .237 (14-59), 0 HRRoad Trip: .273 (3-11), 3 KCareer vs. WAS: .247 (18-73)
Last HR: 7/12 vs. WAS (Scherzer)At-Bats since last HR: 22Game-Tying HR: 1Go-Ahead HR: --
.239, 2 HR, 11 RBI
Season High, Hits: 3, 5/28 (2) at ATL*Season High, Runs: 2, 3x, last - 7/4 at TORSeason High, RBI: 4, 6/24 vs. LAD*Season High, SB: --
Home: .224 (34-152), 7 HRRoad: .282 (40-142), 6 HRRoad Trip: .294 (5-17), 2 2B, 2 R, 5 BB Game-Tying HR: 1Career vs. WAS: .250 (22-88) Go-Ahead HR: 8
BATTING NOTES
#29 Devin Mesoraco
Last Game: DNPRISP: .267 (12-45), 3 2B, 2 HR, 16 RBIStreak: 3 gm. (.273, 3-11), 2B, 4 RBIGame-Winning RBI: 1
Home: .181 (15-83), 2 HRRoad: .284 (21-74), 5 HRRoad Trip.286 (2-7), RBI, 2 R, BBCareer vs. WAS: .200 (11-55)
Last HR: 7/3 at TOR (J. Petricka)At-Bats since last HR: 49Game-Tying HR: 1Go-Ahead HR: 1
.227, 8 HR, 27 RBI
Season High, Hits: 2, 9x, last - 7/6 vs. TBSeason High, Runs: 4, 5/15 vs. TOR*Season High, RBI: 3, 2x, last - 7/24 vs. SDSeason High, SB: --
  • Isbatting.340(18-53)withthreedoubles,fourhomers,14RBIand10runsscoredinhislast17roadgamesdatingtoMay26.
  • In50gameswiththeMets,Mesoracohassixdoubles,sevenhomeruns,24RBIand20runsscored...SixofhissevenhomerunswiththeMetshavecomein
the eighth inning or later...His six homers in the eighth inning or later are tied for 10th-most in the majors.
  • SinceJune16,Mesoracois8-23(.348)withtwodoubles,twohomerunsand13RBIwithrunnersinscoringposition.
  • Droveinaseason-hightyingthreerunsonJuly24vs.SanDiego(alsoJune18atColorado).
  • Went2-4onJune16atArizona,hisfirstmulti-hitgamesincethefirstgameofadoubleheaderonMay28atAtlanta.
#9 Brandon Nimmo (@You_Found_Nimmo)
Last Game: 1-4, KRISP: .191 (9-47), 2B, 2 HR, 18 RBIStreak: 1 game (.250, 1-4)Game-Winning RBI: 3
Last HR: 7/11 vs. PHI (M. Leiter Jr.)At-Bats since last HR: 50
.252, 13 HR, 31 RBI
Season High, Hits: 4, 2x, last - 6/18 at COL*Season High, Runs: 2, 10x, last - 7/6 vs. TBSeason High, RBI: 4, 6/18 at COL*Season High, SB: 2, 5/29 at ATL*
  • Owns a .380 OBP entering play today, 11th-best in the NL...His six triples are tied for fifth-most in the majors...Has been hit by a pitch 17 times this season, the most in the majors.
  • Overhislast29gamesdatingtoJune24,Nimmois18-97(.186)with16walksand42strikeouts.
  • Hasbeenhitmultipletimesinagamethisseason,themostsuchgamesinasingle-seasoninteamhistory(JeffKentandDamionEasleywerehittwiceintwo
    games apiece in 1995 and 2008, respectively)...Has been hit 17 times this season, most in a single season in team history...Passed Lucas Duda's 14 HBP in 2015.
  • Has13homersontheseason,acareer-high,butnonesinceJuly11(hasonehomerinhislast33games).
  • Hascomearoundtoscoreintheopeningframe15ofthe24times(62.5percent)hehasbeenonbaseinthefirstinningastheteam'sleadoffhitter.
  • Ishitting.281(18-64)withfivedoubles,onetriple,twohomeruns,nineRBIandninerunsscoredoverhislast20gamesdatingtoJune17.
  • Is6-15(.400)withonehome,oneRBIandthreerunsscoredinfourgamesthisseasonvs.Washington.
  • Connected on his first home run of the season with his three-run, game-tying homer on June 24 vs. the Dodgers...Finished the game with a career-high four
RBI.
• StartedatfirstbaseonJune25vs.thePirates...Washisfourthcareerstartatfirstbase.
#7 José Reyes (@lamelaza_7)
.182, 1 HR, 8 RBI
Season High, Hits: 3, 4/21 at ATLSeason High, Runs: 3, 4/29 at SDSeason High, RBI: 2, 5/26 at MILSeason High, SB: 1, 5x, last - 7/25 vs. SD
Last Game: 1-1RISP: .171 (6-35), 6 RBIStreak: 1 game (1.000, 1-1)Game-Winning RBI: --
Home: .179 (15-84), 0 HRRoad: .186 (13-70), 1 HRRoad Trip: .167 (1-6)Career vs. WAS: .283 (201-709)
Last HR: 4/29 at SD (K. Makita)At-Bats since last HR: 124Game-Tying HR: --Go-Ahead HR: --
  • Sawhisfirstcareeractiononthemound,working1.0inningonJuly31atWashington...Allowedsixruns,earned,onfivehitsthatincludedtwohomeruns...Also walked two and hit a batter.
  • Went9-50(.180)inJuly...DroveinaruninfourstraightgamesfromJuly14-23...Has513careerRBIasaMet,ninth-mostinteamhistory...TrailsCleonJones(521).
  • Has517careerstolenbases,leadingallactivemajorleaguers...His518thstealwouldtiehimwithPatsyDonovanandJackDoylefor31stonMLB'sall-timelist.
#1 Amed Rosario (@Amed_Rosario)
.237, 4 HR, 27 RBI
Season High, Hits: 3, 4x, last - 7/21 at NYY (Ties CH)Season High, Runs: 2, 8x, last - 7/26 at PITSeason High, RBI: 3, 5/28 (2) at ATL*Season High, SB: 1, 9x, last - 7/28 at PIT
Last Game: 0-5, K, CSRISP: .234 (15-64), 2 2B, 2 3B, 22 RBIStreak: 0 games (0 for his last 19)Game-Winning RBI: 4
Home: .222 (37-167), 2 HRRoad: .253 (41-162), 2 HRRoad Trip: .083 (2-24), RBI, 2 R, SBCareer vs. WAS: .203 (12-59)
Last HR: 6/14 at ARI (A. Bradley)At-Bats since last HR: 120Game-Tying HR: 2Go-Ahead HR: --
  • Rosario'scurrent0-19isthelongesthitlessat-batstretchofhiscareer(previoushighwas14at-batsfromAugust23-27,2017).
  • Isbatting.182(8-44)withonetriple,fourRBI,sixrunsscoredandtwowalksin10gamessincetheAll-Starbreak.
  • Hasacareer-highsixtriplesthisseason(hadfourlastyear)...Hissixtriplesaretiedforfifth-mostinthemajors...SinceAugust1,2017(thedateofhisdebut),Rosario
    has 10 triples, tied for the third-most in the majors in that time...Trails the Diamondbacks' Ketel Marte (12) and White Sox' Yolmer Sanchez (11).
  • Hisninestolenbasesthisseasonareacareer-high...Hasbeensuccessfulineightofhislast10stealattemptsafterstartingtheyear1-5.
  • 13ofhis27RBIthisseasonhavecomewithtwoouts.
  • Tiedhiscareer-highwiththreehitsonJuly10vs.Philadelphia...Twoofthethreehitsweretriples(hisfirstcareermulti-triplegame)...WasthefirstMetotherthan
    José Reyes to have two triples in a game since Cory Sullivan on August 12, 2009 at Arizona...The last MLB player who was younger than Rosario (22 years, 232 days) to turn in a multi-triple game was Toronto's Dalton Pompey (21 years, 289 days) on September 26, 2014.
Instant Replay Reviews
Mets vs. Milone
Mets:
Mets Challenges............................ 15 # of plays overturned .....................5 # of plays that stood ......................6 Number of plays confirmed..........4
Opponents
Bautista Conforto Evans Flores Guillorme Jackson McNeil Mesoraco
.000 (0-3), 2 K --
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--

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.231 (3-13), 2B, RBI --
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Nimmo Plawecki Reyes Rosario
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.333 (2-6), 2 K --
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Opponent Challenges................. 34 # of plays overturned ................... 16 # of plays that stood ......................9 Number of plays confirmed..........9
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Total number of plays viewed by teams via instant replay: 49Crew chief reviews: 12
#49 Tyler Bashlor - RHP (@ TylerBashlor)
BULLPEN NOTES
0-0, 5.40 ERA, 0 SV
METS BULLPEN TOTALS
Last Win: None Last Loss: NoneFirst Batter: 4-7 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 1-1
SV/OP (Last): 0-0, None Holds: 0vs. WAS in 18: 0-0, 0 SV 16.17 ERA (3 ER/1.2 IP)
Record: 19-24 Holds: 41ERA: 5.07 (208 ER / 369.0 IP)
Saves/Op: 26-41
• Isunscoreduponin3ofhislast5outings.
• MadehismajorleaguedebutonJune25vs.PIT.
• Righthandersare9-28(.321)andlefthandersare3-16(.188).
• Was0-3with7savesanda2.63ERA(7ER/24.0IP)withBinghamton...Had30K’s.

#39 Jerry Blevins - LHP (@jerryblevins) 1-1, 4.50 ERA, 0 SV
Last Win: 4.3 vs. PHI Last Loss: 5.27 at MIL SV/OP (Last): 0-0, 7.21.17 vs. OAK Holds: 5First Batter: 28-40 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 34-25 vs. WAS in 18: 0-0, 0 SV 8.11 ERA (3 ER/3.1 IP)
  • Has allowed 2 runs in his last 7.1 innings (2.46 ERA) but 4 runs in his last 9.1 innings (9 games - 3.86 ERA)...Lefties are 15-50 (.300) and righthanders are 8-46 (.174).
  • Hasstranded25inheritedrunnersthisyear-tiedforthesixth-mostinthemajorsand since 2016 has stranded 108 inherited runners, the most in the majors.
  • Started on June 24 vs. LA after 532 relief outings...Only six pitchers in MLB history had more outings before their first start...Allowed 2 runs in 2.0 innings in that start.
#65 Robert Gsellman - RHP (@robgsellman) 6-2, 4.27 ERA, 5 SV
Last Win: 7.11 vs. PHI Last Loss: 6.20 at COL SV/OP (Last): 5-11, 7.20 at NYY Holds: 10First Batter: 31-47 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 20-15 vs. WAS in 18: 0-0, 1 SV 5.68 ERA (3 ER/6.1 IP)
  • Istiedfor4thamongallmajorleaguerelieverswith6wins,istiedfor6thinthemajors with 59.0 innings as a relief pitcher and is tied for 13th among NL relievers with 54 K’s.
  • Has allowed 15 earned runs (4 homers) in his last 15 outings (17.0 innings - 7.94 ERA).
  • Has five saves this year after not having one since his first year of pro ball in 2011...
    Earned saves on July 20 at NYY, July 13 vs. WAS, June 17 at ARI, May 30 at ATL and May
    20 vs. ARI...Three of his five saves this year are more than 1.0 inning.
  • Has two, 6-out saves (July 20 at NYY in a 7-5 win and July 13 vs. WAS in a 4-2 win).
  • Lefthanders are 21-101 (.208) while righthanders are 33-120 (.275).
  • 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.
Hits: 373Walks: 171
Runs: 218Strikeouts: 345
Home Runs: 61
First Batter Retired/Faced: 221-324Stranded/Inherited Runners: 89-132Record when bullpen doesn’t allow a run: 24-6Record when bullpen allows a run: 20-54
BULLPEN NOTES
Has 19 wins, tied for the 12th-most in the majors...Ranks 27th in the majors with a 5.07 bullpen ERA...The pen has 24 losses the second-most in the majors.
The pen is 7-16 with a 6.24 ERA (136 ER/196.0 IP) in their last 58 games (since May 25).
Is tied for 21st in the majors with 345 strikeouts...Has allowed 61 homers, the
most in the majors...Is tied for 18th in the majors with 26 saves...Mets relievers rank 26th in the majors in WHIP (1.47).
Opp
BULLPEN - LAST THREE SERIES
W-L-S IP H R ER BB K HR
SD
@PIT
@WAS 0-0-0 7.1 18 18 18 7 4 5
#67 Seth Lugo - RHP (@seth_lugo)
Last Win: 6.10 vs. NYY Last Loss: 6.25 vs. PITFirst Batter: 19-30 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 7-5
3-3, 2.85 ERA, 0 SV
BULLPEN BY MONTH
W-L ERA Sv-Op IP H R ER BB K
March 0-0 1.42 1-1 6.1 3 1 1 3 10
0-0-1 7.0 6 3 3 1 5 2 0-1-1 10.2 15 6 6 8 8 0
  • Moved back to the pen after making 5 starts from May 31-June 25.
  • Is2-1witha2.39ERA(14ER/52.2IP)in30reliefoutings.
  • Has allowed 8 runs in his last 38.1 innings in relief (1.88 ERA) dating to May 1 and 5 runs
    in his last 20.0 relief innings (2.25 ERA).
  • Has 19 relief outings of more than 1.0 inning, the third-most in the NL.
  • Lefthandersare23-128(.180)andrightiesare40-156(.235).
  • Hadacareer-high17.0-consecutivescorelessinningswith19strikeoutsfromMay1-25.
LAST APPEARANCES
TYLER BASHLOR
SV/OP (Last): 0-1, Nonevs. WAS in 18: 1-0, 0 SV 2.25 ERA (2 ER/8.0 IP)
April 9-3 May 4-11 June 2-7 July 4-3 Aug. 0-0
3.52 9-15 5.33 7-12 5.68 2-4 4.54 7-8
22.10 0-0
92.0 74 37 108.0 117 69 84.0 92 55 71.1 69 38 7.1 18 18
36 41 96 64 43 97 53 40 77 36 37 61 18 7 4
Holds: 7
DECIPHRERBB ND 0.2 2 3 3 2
JERRY BLEVINS
K HR 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
DATE OPP
7.10 PHI ND 2.1 3 1 1 1 7.15 WAS ND 1.0 2 0 0 1 7.27 @PIT ND 2.0 1 0 0 3
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#63 Tim Peterson - RHP (@timpeterson23)
Last Win: 7.9 vs. PHI (G1) Last Loss: 7.27 at PITFirst Batter: 12-18 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 5-3
2-2, 6.53 ERA, 0 SV
SV/OP (Last): 0-0, None Holds: 3vs. WAS in 18: 0-0, 0 SV 18.00 ERA (6 ER/3.0 IP)
7.31 @WAS
7.31 @WAS
001
1 0
K HR 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
DATE OPP
7.13 WAS
7.20 @NYY
7.23 SD
7.25 SD H 0.2 7.28 @PIT ND 1.0
H RERBB 1 110 2 2 0 2 0 000 0 0 0 1 3 221
DECIPH ND1.11
K HR 0 0 0 0
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• Heldrighthandersto0-22,beforeallowingahit,whichwasthelongesthitlessstart-of- career streak for any Mets pitcher (Elias)...Righties are 11-48 (.229) with 4 homers & Lefties are 12-35 (.343) with 3 homers...Has allowed 7 HRs in 20.2 innings.
• Has allowed 13 runs in his last 9.1 innings (12.54 ERA)...Has allowed at least one run in six straight games...Earned first MLB win on June 26 vs. PIT with 1.0 scoreless inning...Picked up his second win on July 9 (Game1) vs. PHI...Suffered the loss on July 3 at TOR.
DATE OPP
7.15 WAS ND 0.1 1 7.26 @PIT ND1.00 7.27 @PIT ND 0.1 0
RERBB
1 1 0
001
0 0 0 1 0
ROBERT GSELLMAN
DEC IP S 2.0 S 2.0
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#35 Jacob Rhame - RHP (@jrhame16)
Last Win: 9.30.17 at PHI Last Loss: 5.26 at MILFirst Batter: 16-18 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 5-5
0-1, 8.00 ERA, 1 SV
SV/OP (Last): 1-2, 4.8 at WAS Holds: 2vs. WAS in 18: 0-0, 1 SV 10.51 ERA (6 ER/5.1 IP)
ND 1.0
  • (Pronounced RAME, rhymes with game)...Recalled from Las Vegas (AAA) for a sixth time on July 11...Has retired 16 of 18 first batters...Is unscored upon in 5 of his last 7 outings.
  • Righthanders are 12-43 (.279) and lefties are 13-34 (.382).
  • Earned his first major league save on April 8 at WAS in a 6-5 win...Became the 5th Met
SETH LUGO
DATE OPP DEC IP H 7.15 WAS ND 1.0 1 7.20 @NYY ND 2.0 4 7.24 SD ND 2.0 2 7.27 @PIT ND 0.2 2 7.29 @PIT H 2.0 1
TIM PETERSON
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rookie to earn a save in one of the team’s first 10 games.
#51 Paul Sewald - RHP (@ ItsPaulSewald)
Last Win: None Last Loss: 6.1 vs. CHIFirst Batter: 22-29 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 15-7
RERBB
0 0 0
2 2 2
110
1 1 1
0 0 0 1 0
0-4, 5.14 ERA, 0 SV
SV/OP (Last): 0-2, None Holds: 2vs. WAS in 18: 0-0, 0 SV 3.00 ERA (1 ER/3.0 IP)
DATE OPP DECIPH 7.21 @NYY ND2.01 7.25 SD H 1.1 3 7.27 @PIT L 0.0 3
HR
K HR 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0
RERBB K 110 1 1 2 2 0 1 1
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• RecalledonJuly22...WaswiththeMetsfromstartoftheyear-June22&July6-10.
• Hasretired22of29firstbattersfaced...Hasallowed16ERinlast20.1IP(7.08ERA)since

May 13...Has allowed 4 homers in his last 11 games.
• Leftiesare19-78(.244)andrighthandersare23-84(.274).
• Has suffered 10 losses to begin his major league career, tied for the second-longest
1 1 1 331
7.31 @WAS
ND1.12
0 0 1 1
RERBB
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 661 2 2
DATE OPP
7.12 WAS ND 1.0 1 7.15 WAS ND 1.0 0 7.27 @PIT ND 0.1 1 7.31 @WAS ND2.07
JACOB RHAME
DECIPH
K HR
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#62 Drew Smith - RHP (@ DrewBU3)
Last Win: None Last Loss: NoneFirst Batter: 4-5 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 0-0
0-0, 3.60 ERA, 0 SV
SV/OP (Last): 0-0, None Holds: 0vs. WAS in 18: 0-0, 0 SV 0.00 ERA (0 ER/1.0 IP)
PAUL SEWALD (w/Las Vegas & NY)
• Allowed2runsin5.0inningsinhisfirstfivemajorleagueappearances...Madehis major league debut with 1.0 scoreless inning vs. LA on June 23.
• Was5-1withthreesavesanda2.68ERA(11ER/37.0IP)in25combinedgameswith Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League and Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League.
OPP DEC IP
0 0
1 0
2 0
2 1 1 1 1 0
DATE
7.13 ABQ ND 1.0 7.17 @SL ND 1.0 7.19 @SL SV 1.0 7.26 @PIT ND 1.0
H R ER BB K HR
00 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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#38 Anthony Swarzak (@ ASwarzak)
Last Win: 8.19.17, MIL at COL Last Loss: 7.15 vs. WASFirst Batter: 13-21 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 7-3
0-2, 6.30 ERA, 3 SV
SV/OP (Last): 3-4, 7.29 at PIT Holds: 2vs. WAS in 18: 0-1, 0 SV 54.00 ERA (2 ER/0.1 IP)
DREW SMITH (w/NY & Las Vegas)
DATE OPP DEC IP 7.12 ABQ W 1.2 7.16 @SL ND 1.0 7.26 @PIT ND 1.0 7.31 @WAS ND 1.0
ANTHONY SWARZAK
K HR 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
H RERBB
0 2 2 2
2 110
1 000
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
HR
1 0
1 0
2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0
ER BB 0 0 0 0
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  • Has tossed 3.1 scoreless innings in his last 3 outings...Has allowed 7 runs in his last 6.0 IP (10.50 ERA - 8 games) and 11 runs in his last 14 games (12.2 innings - 7.92 ERA).
  • Has a career-high 3 saves (6.10 vs. NYY, 7.25 vs. SD, 7.29 at PIT).
  • Righthanders are 14-44 (.318) and lefthanders are 10-34 (.294).
  • Tossed 2.0 scoreless innings for his 2nd save on July 25 vs. SD...Was his second save of
    more than 1.1 innings (July 24, 2017 - 1.1 innings for Chicago-AL).
  • Was on the DL from April 2-June 4, with a strained left oblique.
DATE OPP
7.15 WAS L 0.0 7.21 @NYY ND 1.0 7.25 SD S 2.0 7.27 @PIT ND 0.1 7.29 @PIT S 1.0
DEC IP
K HR 0 0 1 0 3 0
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INDIVIDUAL BATTING HIGHS
Longest Hitting Streak ....................................................... 11 games, 2x, last, Flores, 6.22-7.4 Most Runs, Game ................................................................................ 4, Mesoraco 5.15 vs. TOR Most Hits, Game .........................................................................4, 5x, last, Nimmo, 6.18 at COL Most RBI, Game .......................................................................................5, González, 4.29 at SD Most Doubles, Game................................................................2, 11x, last, Cabrera, 7.26 at PIT Most Triples, Game...................................................................................2, Rosario, 7.10 vs. PHI Most Home Runs, Game.......................................................... 2, 6x, last, Nimmo, 6.18 at COL Home Runs, Consecutive Games .......................... 2 games, 9x, last, Céspedes, 5.13-7.20 Grand Slams .................................................................................. 1, 4x, last, Bautista, 7.6 vs. TB Pinch-Hit Home Runs .................................................................. 1, 5x, last, Nimmo, 7.11 vs. PHI Leadoff Home Runs....................................................................1, 3x, last, Nimmo, 6.18 at COL Walk-off Home Runs.................................................................... 1, 4x, last, Nimmo, 7.11 vs. PHI Inside-the-Park Home Runs......................................1, Nimmo, off T. Anderson, 6.18 at COL Most Walks, Game ...................................................................... 3, 9x, last, Nimmo, 7.26 at PIT Most Strikeouts, Game................................................................ 4, 4x, last, Smith, 6.26 vs. PIT Most Total Bases, Game........................................................................ 10, Nimmo, 6.18 at COL Most Extra-Base Hits, Game................................................... 3, 2x, last, Cabrera, 7.26 at PIT Most Stolen Bases, Game ...................................................... 2, 3x, last, Nimmo, 5.29 at ATL
TEAM BATTING HIGHS
Most Runs, Game ...................................................................................................... 14, 4.29 at SD Fewest Runs, Game....................................................................................0, 9x, last, 7.28 at PIT Most Runs, Inning.............................................................................. 9, 8th inning, 4.18 vs. WAS Most Hits, Game ........................................................................................................ 19, 4.29 at SD Fewest Hits, Game...............................................................................2, 3x, last, 7.10 vs. PHI (2) Most Hits, Inning.....................................................................6, 4x, last, 5th inning, 7.4 at TOR Most Total Bases, Game........................................................................................ 31, 6.18 at COL Most Doubles, Game..................................................................................5, 6x, last, 7.26 at PIT Most Triples, Game...................................................................................................2, 7.10 vs. PHI Most Home Runs, Game.......................................................................... 4, 2x, last, 6.18 at COL Grand Slams, Game.......................................................................................1, 4x, last, 7.6 vs. TB Home Runs, Consecutive Games ................................................................7 games, 6.21-6.27 Most Home Runs, Inning .......................................................2, 7x, last, 9th inning, 6.17 at ARI Back-to-Back Home Runs ...................3x, last, Nimmo/Cabrera off Boxberger, 6.17 at ARI Most Extra-Base Hits, Game......................................................................................9, 5.7 at CIN Most Walks, Nine-Inning Game ...............................................................9, 4x, last, 7.26 at PIT Most Walks, Extra Innings ....................................................................................... 8, 4.24 at STL Most Strikeouts, Nine-Inning Game....................................................................15, 6.9 vs. NYY Most Strikeouts, Extra Innings .............................................................................. 18, 4.8 at WAS Most Stolen Bases, Game.........................................................................................4, 4.29 at SD LOB, Nine Innings ..................................................................................... 12, 4x, last, 7.26 at PIT LOB, Extra Innings.......................................................................................11, 2x, last 6.2 vs. CHI Most Double Plays Hit Into, Game.............................5, 6.21 at COL (tied franchise record)
FIELDING
Most Errors, Team, Game............................................................................ 3, 5x, last, 7.1 at MIA Most Errors, Individual, Game ...............................................2, 4x, last, Plawecki, 6.2 vs. CHI Most Double Plays Turned, Nine-Inning Game.................................................3, 6.19 at COL Consecutive Errorless Games, Team.........................................................................12, 7.4-7.15
STARTERS BY POSITION
C d’Arnaud - 4, Lobaton - 14, Mesoraco - 42, Nido - 13, Plawecki - 31
1B Bruce - 3, Flores - 46, González - 43, Plawecki - 2, Smith - 10
2B Cabrera - 90, Flores - 3, Guillorme - 4, McNeil - 4, Reyes - 3
3B Bautista - 6, Evans - 2, Frazier - 60, Flores - 9, Guillorme - 10, McNeil - 1, Reyes - 16 SS Reyes - 13, Rosario - 91

LF Bautista - 11, Céspedes - 35, Conforto - 26, Evans - 1, Kelly - 1, Nimmo - 24, Smith - 6
RF Bautista - 26, Bruce - 52, Conforto - 5, Kaczmarski - 1, Nimmo - 20
CF Conforto - 55, den Dekker - 5, Jackson - 2, Lagares - 13, Nimmo - 29
P Blevins - 1, Conlon - 2, deGrom - 21, Flexen - 1, Gagnon -1, Harvey - 4, Lugo -5,

Matz - 21, Oswalt - 5, Syndergaard - 13, Vargas - 10, Wheeler - 20 DH Cabrera - 1, Céspedes -1, Flores - 2
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 Ru

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