- David Wright- .583 AVG, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 4 BB
- Ruben Tejeda- .333 AVG, 2 RBI, 4 BB, 4 2B
"Muscles" Tejeda is slugging .524 and is the early league leader in the doubles category (tied with Yadier Molina). Mix that in with good defense
at SS and we have ourselves a very special player. Jose Who???
- Frank Francisco- 0.00 ERA, 3/3 Saves, 4 K's
None of the Mets past closers since 2000 have ever converted saves in the
first three games on the season until now. Frankie Frank was flat out deadly
against the Braves. It's a reminder to fans that Spring Training Stats truly
- Jason Bay- .158 AVG, 8 K's (42% K rate)
This list has been Bay's home for the past two years. I see no reason to take him off yet.
- Ike Davis- .050 AVG, 9 K's (45% K rate), 1 Hit
Oh man....I think that simulation I did last week may be on to something. Davis
is just flat out not timing his swing right. He's too quick at the plate at the moment
and that's causing him to take some awfully bad swings at the plate. Timing is
fixable though. Hopefully a HR against the Phils will be the spark he needs.
- Miguel Batista- 7.71 ERA, 5 BB's (33% BB rate), AVGA .333
Somebody please tell me why he was a lock for the roster? Batista wasn't
very good in Spring Training, and he's even worse now. I honestly would
rather have DJ Carrasco right now. If I'm TC, keep the scrub in the back
of the bullpen. When Mejia is healthy and ready to pitch in AAA again,
bring up Schwinden to be the long man and release the old fart.