Fun With Mets Lineups

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It looks like everyone is having a little fun with projected lineups the last few days, so I thought I’d toss my hat into the ring as well.

I took a good look at player splits in designing mine and I also decided to use different variants based on left and right handed pitching.

The numbers in parenthesis reflect each player’s split versus handedness.

vs. Righties

  1. Curtis Granderson, RF (.280/.388/.504)
  2. David Wright, 3B (.270/.364/.383)
  3. Michael Conforto, LF (.275/.341/.531)
  4. Yoenis Cespedes, CF (.310/.338/.571)
  5. Lucas Duda, 1B (.230/.358/.466)
  6. Neil Walker, 2B (.276/.337/.456)
  7. Travis d’Arnaud, C (.253/.319/.438)
  8. Asdrubal Cabrera, SS (.259/.321/.432)

Bench – Juan LagaresAlejandro De Aza, Kevin Plawecki, Ruben Tejada, Wilmer Flores

vs. Lefties

  1. Juan Lagares, CF (.273/.333/.438)
  2. David Wright, 3B (.351/.429/.595)
  3. Lucas Duda, 1B (.285/.333/.545)
  4. Yoenis Cespedes, RF (.223/.297/.439)
  5. Travis d’Arnaud, C (.333/.423/.689)
  6. Wilmer Flores, 2B (.310/.355/.600)
  7. Michael Conforto, LF (small sample)
  8. Asdrubal Cabrera, SS (.281/.300/.425)

Bench – Curtis GrandersonNeil Walker, Alejandro De Aza, Kevin Plawecki, Ruben Tejada

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