Mets First Quarter Update: Inside The Numbers, Booms and Busts

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The Mets have now completed their first quarter of the season and find themselves in last place in the National League East with a 19-21 record.

Inside The Numbers

1. Versus Teams Over .500:  8 W – 14 L – .363 W%

2. Versus Teams Under .500:  11 W – 7 L – .611 W%

3. On The Road: 11 W – 10 L – .528 W%

4. Home Cooking: 8 W – 11 L – .421%

5. Versus NL East: 8 W – 10 L – .444 W%

6. One Run Games: 3 W – 8 L – .272 W%

7. Last Ten Games: 7 W – 3 L – .700 W%

8. Farthest Behind: 8.5 games back on May 9

9. Most Games Over .500: 2 on April 5

10. Most Games Under .500: 8 on April 20

11. Longest Winning Streak: 6 games ending on April 27

12. Longest Losing Streak: 7 games ending on April 16

Booms & Busts

Boom: Jose Reyes – .310/.360/.471 – 54 H – 20 XBH – 24 RS- 16 SB – 174 AB – 17 K – 14 BB

Bust: David Wright – .226/.337/.421 – 33 H – 14 XBH – 23 RS – 18 RBI – 146 AB – 43 K 25 BB

Boom: Carlos Beltran – .285/.373/.569 – 37 H – 21 XBH – 21 RS – 24 RBI – 130 AB – 21 K – 17 BB

Bust: Jason Bay – .216/.318/.338 – 16 H – 5 XBH – 12 RS – 6 RBI – 74 AB – 21 K – 11 BB

Boom: Francisco Rodriguez – 0.92 ERA – 19.2 IP – 12 SV – 22 K – 10 BB

Bust: R.A. Dickey – 1 W – 5 L – 5.06 ERA – 51.1 IP – 64 H – 18 BB – 24 K

Booms: Taylor Buchholz, Pedro Beato, Jason Isringhausen, Ike Davis, Justin Turner

Busts: Mike Pelfrey, D.J. Carrasco, Tim Byrdak, Josh Thole, Angel Pagan, Bench

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