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1 GAME NOTES New York Mets Media Relations Department Citi Field Flushing, NY WORLD 1973 NATIONAL LEAGUE 1986 WORLD 1988 N.L. EAST DIVISION 1999 WILD CARD & NLDS WINNERS 2000 NATIONAL LEAGUE 2006 N.L. EAST & NLDS 2015 NATIONAL LEAGUE KANSAS CITY ROYALS (38-32) SECOND PLACE, AL CENTRAL, -2.0 GB NEW YORK METS (37-32) SECOND PLACE, NL EAST, -4.5 GB Wednesday, June 22, :10 p.m. Citi Field Flushing, N.Y. LHP Danny Duffy (2-1, 3.17) vs. RHP Noah Syndergaard (7-2, 1.91) SNY MLBN WOR 710 AM ESPN 1050 AM METSCELLANEOUS: The Mets snapped their three-game losing streak with last night's 2-1 win...new York is 4-6 in its last 10 games...new York improved to 14-9 in one-run games (8-4 at home)...the Mets will play 20 straight games (19 remaining) before the All-Star break. SERIES NOTES: New York has never swept Kansas City in a series of any length...the Mets have won only one of the four series during the regular season between the two clubs (going 2-1 in 2002)...The Mets and Royals split the two-game series in Kansas City to open the season. NOTES FROM LAST NIGHT: The bullpen worked 8.2 innings and allowed just one run...it was the ninth time in franchise history New York won a game in which its bullpen pitched 8.2 innings in a nine-inning game...the last time it happened was July 4, 2014 after Jonathon Niese departed after 0.1 inning and the Mets won, 6-5. BULLPEN: The pen has a 3.11 ERA (72 earned runs/208.1 innings) which ranks second in the NL and third in the majors... The pen has five blown saves, tied for the third-fewest in the majors. INTERLEAGUE: New York is 5-4 vs. the American League this year (2-1 vs. Kansas City, 2-1 vs. Cleveland and 1-2 vs. the White Sox)... Since 1997, when Interleague play began, the Mets are (.517)... The.517 winning percentage in Interleague play is the second-best all-time among NL clubs behind St. Louis ( ,.518). DAY BASEBALL: The Mets are 13-9 in day games (7-4 at home)... The pitching staff's 2.65 daytime ERA is the second-best in the majors behind the Cubs (2.57). FIRST-INNING FUN: Asdrubal Cabrera hit a first-inning homer last night...the Mets lead the majors with 17 first-inning home runs...the Mets have outscored their opposition in the first frame. HOME RUNS: The Mets have hit 92 homers, tied for the thirdmost in the NL and tied for the seventh-most in the majors... New York has hit 15 home runs in its last 12 games...the Mets are when they hit a homer this season. YOENIS CESPEDES: Is hitting.356 (16-45) with three homers and seven RBI over his last 12 games...cespedes has one RBI in four of his last five games and in seven of his last 11 games... He has a homer in two of his last three games...cespedes is tied for third in the NL and tied for sixth in the majors with 18 home runs...he is tied for 12th in the NL with 44 RBI...Cespedes is fifth in the NL with a.576 slugging percentage. ALL-STAR VOTING: MLB released its latest fan balloting update on June 15 for the 2016 All-Star Game...Yoenis Cespedes has 1,395,577 votes and is currently among the starting outfielders. JAMES LONEY: Has reached base safely in 11 of his last 12 games and in 16 of the 19 games he's played with the Mets...He is hitting.292 (21-72) with four doubles, one triple, one homer and four RBI in 19 games with the Mets. ROYALS-METS NOTES: The last time Kansas City visited the Mets during the regular season was in 2013, when the Royals won two of three games. 2016: *: 1-4 History * - includes postseason PITCHING: The Mets rank second in the majors with a 3.17 ERA...The staff has allowed 55 homers, tied with the Cubs for the fewest in the majors and issued 169 walks, the secondfewest in the majors. NOAH SYNDERGAARD: Has won five straight decisions dating to May 11...He has posted a 1.35 ERA (seven earned runs/46.2 innings), issued four walks and struck out 57 during that stretch...syndergaard has allowed two or fewer earned runs in each of his last eight starts. SYN-CITI: Noah Syndergaard has allowed one earned run in his last 25.2 innings at Citi Field (0.35 ERA)...Overall, Syndergaard is 3-1 with a 1.80 ERA (nine earned runs/45.0 innings) with three walks and 64 strikeouts at home this year...he ranks sixth in the majors with a 1.80 home ERA...Syndergaard is 10-3 with a 2.23 ERA (32 earned runs/129.0 innings) in 20 games, 19 starts at Citi Field during his career. RANKINGS: Syndergaard is fourth in the majors with a 1.91 ERA, behind Clayton Kershaw (1.57), Jake Arrieta (1.74) and Madison Bumgarner (1.85)...He is fourth in the majors with strikeouts per nine innings and third in the majors with 1.27 walks per nine innings...syndergaard is seventh in the majors with 106 strikeouts. BRINGING THE HEAT: According to FanGraphs, Syndergaard averages the fastest fastball (98.2), slider (91.4) and change-up (90.1) this year JEURYS FAMILIA: Has 23 saves, the most in the majors... Is in save opportunities in Familia has saved 39 consecutive games in the regular season dating to August 1, 2015, extending a franchise-record...it is the second-longest active streak in the major leagues (Arizona s Brad Ziegler has saved 43 straight opportunities)...familia's 23 straight saves to open a season trails only Armando Benitez who saved his first 24 games of the 2001 campaign. JERRY BLEVINS: Has not allowed a run in his last 20 outings, over a career-best 12.0 innings...it is sixth-longest current scoreless streak in the majors...he has stranded 19 of 21 inherited runners, tied for the seventh-best percentage among major league relievers (min 16 inherited runners). TRU32: Steven Matz will honor Navy Sailors and Marines based in Brooklyn prior to today's game as part of his "TRU32" program...at every Wednesday home game, Matz meets with 32 first responders from the FDNY, NYPD and military...today's TRU32 participants receive an exclusive t-shirt, meet and take photos with Matz and then enjoy the game. UPCOMING OPPONENTS & PITCHING AT ATLANTA Thurs., June 23 RHP Matt Harvey (4-9, 4.76) vs. RHP Matt Wisler (3-7, 4.23) 7:10 p.m. (SNY, WOR 710 AM, ESPN 1050 AM) Fri., June 24 LHP Steven Matz (7-3, 2.74) vs. RHP Aaron Blair (0-4, 7.19) 7:35 p.m. (SNY, WOR 710 AM, ESPN 1050 AM) Sat., June 25 RHP Jacob degrom (3-4, 2.96) vs. RHP Julio Teheran (3-7, 2.66) 7:15 p.m. (FOX, WOR 710 AM, ESPN 1050 AM) Sun., June 26 RHP Bartolo Colon (6-3, 3.00) vs. RHP Bud Norris (2-7, 4.69) 1:35 p.m. (PIX11, WOR 710 AM, ESPN 1050 AM)

2 #34 NOAH SYNDERGAARD (7-2, 1.91) RHP Height: 6-6 Weight: 242 pounds Age: 23 (8/29/92) Born: Mansfi eld, TX Resides: Mansfi eld, TX Signed Through: 2016 LAST START: Extended his winning streak to fi ve games with a win on June 15 against the Pirates...Pitched a career-high 8.1 innings, allowed two runs, one earned, on fi ve hits...struck out 11 and walked none in the 115-pitch effort...the 11 strikeouts marked his fourth double-digit strikeout performance of the season and the ninth of his career...the 115 pitches were the second-most Syndergaard has thrown in a start...threw 116 pitches on July 10, 2015 against Arizona. SYN CITI: Has allowed one earned run in his last 25.2 innings at home (0.35 ERA)...Is 3-1 with a 1.80 ERA (nine earned runs/45.0 innings pitched) in eight home games, seven starts this season..struck out 64 and walked three...has a 10-3 career record at home with a 2.23 ERA (32 earned runs/129.0 innings pitched)...struck out 150 and walked 13...Syndergaard's 1.80 home ERA is the fi fth-best home ERA in the NL this season. VS. KANSAS CITY: Has faced Kansas City once in the World Series and once in the regular season...pitched 6.0 scoreless innings against Kansas City in his fi rst start this season...gave up three hits, struck out nine and walked one...in the 2015 World Series against the Royals, Syndergaard picked up the win in the Mets 9-3, Game 3 victory...tossed 6.0 innings and allowed three runs, earned, on seven hits...struck out six and walked two...went 1-for-2 at the plate and scored a run...became the second youngest pitcher (23 years, 62 days) in franchise history to win a World Series game...gary Gentry was the youngest (23 years, 8 days) to do so, winning Game 3 of the 1969 World Series against the Baltimore Orioles...Is 1-2 with a 4.67 ERA (18 earned runs/34.2 innings pitched) in six career starts against American League opponents during the regular season...struck out 45 and walked eight. SYNDERGAARD S 2016 PITCHING LOG (14 G, 13 GS) Date Opp. Dec. IP H R ER HR BB K P-S ERA W, /12 Mia ND, W, /25 Cin ND, /1 SF L, L, W, /17 Was W, /22 Mil W, /28 LAD ND, /31 CHW H, W, ND, /15 Pit W, italics - relief appearance THROUGH 37 STARTS: Became the fi rst starter in modern major league history to strikeout 270 or more batters while walking 50 or fewer through his fi rst 37 starts...his 1.02 WHIP through his fi rst 37 career starts is third-best among starters in modern major league history and is second in Mets history, trailing Matt Harvey (0.98)...Has 18 career starts allowing one or fewer earned runs through his fi rst 37 career starts, the third-most in Mets history through 37 career starts...trails Dwight Gooden (22), Matt Harvey (20) and Jacob degrom (19)...With 270 strikeouts in his fi rst 37 starts, he is tied for seventh-most among starters all-time and is tied with Matt Harvey for second in Mets history, trailing Dwight Gooden (319)...Is tied for sixth in modern major league history for fewest walks allowed through his fi rst 37 career starts with TH STRIKEOUT: After striking out Andrew McCutchen in the sixth inning of his previous start, Syndergaard reached 100 strikeouts on the season...syndergaard reached 100 strikeouts in 81.1 innings, the fastest in team history by innings...pedro Martinez held the old mark of 86.0 innings in 2005 when he hit the 100 strikeout mark...research courtesy of Elias Sports Bureau. STRIKEOUTS AND WALKS: Has three starts this season with 10 or more strikeouts, one or fewer earned runs and no walks...his three such starts are the most in the major leagues this season among qualifi ed starters...is the fi rst starter in the modern era to have at least fi ve starts with 10 or more strikeouts without issuing a walk in his fi rst 38 career games...has seven starts with 10 or more strikeouts and one or fewer walks, which is the second-most in modern major league history through his fi rst 38 career games...trails Dwight Gooden who had eight such starts...has struck out 10 or more batters, while walking one or fewer four times this season, second-most such starts in the majors...trails Clayton Kershaw who has nine such starts... Enters today seventh in the majors with 106 strikeouts...has the second-fewest walks in major league baseball (43) since he made his debut on May 12, 2015 (min. 230 innings)...he is fi fth in the National League in strikeouts (272) in that time...has 23 starts of one walk or fewer through 37 career starts...those are the most such starts in Mets history through 38 career games. STREAKS: Has given up two or fewer earned runs in eight consecutive games...the eight game streak is the fourth longest active streak in the majors, trailing Madison Bumgarner (12), Clayton Kershaw (10) and Johnny Cueto (nine)...has not allowed more than two walks in 24 consecutive games...the 24 game streak is the third-longest active streak, trailing Clayton Kershaw (34) and Brandon McCarthy (32)...Hasn't lost a decision since May 6 at San Diego...Has won fi ve straight decisions since...during that span, Syndergaard is 5-0 with a 1.35 ERA (seven earned runs/46.2 innings)...has struck out 57 and walked four. RANKINGS: Syndergaard is fourth in the majors with a 1.91 ERA this season...with an strikeout per-nine inning ratio, Syndergaard ranks fourth in the majors...syndergaard allows 1.27 walks per-nine innings, which is the third-fewest in the majors. OPPONENTS VS. SYNDERGAARD: Opponents have swung at 37.2% of Syndergaard's pitches outside of the strike zone, the second-highest total in the majors behind Arizona's Zack Greinke (38.2%)...Syndergaard also has the second-best swinging strike percentage in the majors at 15.1%...Only trails Clayton Kershaw (16.4%). PITCH SPEEDS: According to fangraphs, Syndergaard averages the highest velocity in the majors on his fastball (98.2 mph), slider (91.4 mph) and changeup (90.1 mph), among starters. WITH RUNNERS ON: With runners on base vs. Syndergaard this season, opponents are hitting.198 (23-116)...With runners in scoring position, opponents are batting.231 (15-65)...Hitters have a 36.8 miss percentage with runners in scoring position this year vs. Syndergaard, the fourth highest among qualifi ed starters. W-L ERA IP H R ER HR BB K P-S 2016 Totals Totals Career Totals SYNDERGAARD VS. KANSAS CITY (INCL. PLAYOFFS) Last Win: 4/5/16 at Kansas City Last Loss: None Career Record vs. Kansas City: 2-0, 2.25 ERA (3 ER/12.0 IP, 2 GS) Royals Batters vs. Syndergaard AVG HR BB SO AVG HR BB SO Cain.333 (2/6) Perez.250 (1/4) Escobar.333 (2/6) Gordon.250 (1/4) Team Total.222 (8/36) Hosmer.000 (0/5) Kennedy.000 (0/1) Mondesi.000 (0/1) Morales.333 (1/3) Moustakas.167 (1/6) SYNDERGAARD S SEASON AND CAREER HIGHS 2016 Season Career 5 (5/11-present) Win Streak 5 (5/11/16-present) 12 (4/12 vs. MIA) Strikeouts 13 (7/10/15 vs. ARI) 4 (last, 6/15 vs. PIT) Double Digit K Games 9 (last, 6/15/16 vs. PIT) 11.0 IP (5/11-5/17) Scoreless Streak 12.0 IP (7/10/15-7/17/15) None Low Hits, CG None 7 (3x, last, PIT) High Hits, Game 10 (2x, last, 6/9/15 vs. SF) 2 LAD) High HR, Game 2 (5x, last, LAD) 4 (5/1 vs. SF) High Runs, Game 7 (6/2/15 vs. SD) 2 (4x, last, PIT) High Walks, Game 5 WAS) 8.1 (6/15 vs. PIT) Innings Pitched, Game 8.1 (6/15/16 vs. PIT) None Complete Games None None Shutouts None Career Extra-base Hits: Most Hits, Game: Most RBI, Game: Batting Notes: SYNDERGAARD S BATTING STATISTICS YEAR AVG. AB R H RBI SAC Career Two doubles (last, June 8, 2016 at PIT) Three home runs (last, May 11, 2016 at LAD) 3 (5/27/15 vs. PHI) 4 (5/11/16 at LAD) Clubbed two home runs on May 11, 2016 at Dodger Stadium and drove in all four runs in the Mets'4-3 victory over the Dodgers...Matched a franchise high for a pitcher with his multi-homer game and his four RBI. METS STARTING PITCHER BREAKDOWN STARTER GS Quality Starts Run Support RS/Start Mets Record Colón degrom Harvey Matz Syndergaard Verrett TOMORROW'S STARTER - MATT HARVEY (4-9, 4.76) LAST START: Took the loss in the Mets' 5-1 defeat against Atlanta on June 17...Tossed 6.0 innings, allowed four runs, earned, on seven hits...struck out fi ve and walked two...the loss marked his ninth of the season, which is tied for the most in the major leagues...his nine losses are a career-high (lost eight games last season). ON THE ROAD: Is 2-5 with a 4.70 ERA (24 earned runs/46.0 innings pitched) in eight road starts this season...struck out 39 and walked 12...Is 0-1 with a 1.38 ERA (two earned runs/13.0 innings pitched) in his last two road starts...struck out 11 and walked two...has made 38 career starts on the road...is with a 3.43 ERA (90 earned runs/236.0 innings pitched)...struck out 234 and walked 62. RECENT RESULTS: Owns a 2.08 ERA (six earned run/26.0 innings pitched) over his last four outings in which he's gone In 13.1 innings prior to his last four starts, Harvey had permitted 19 runs (16 earned) on 27 hits (10.80 ERA). W-L ERA IP H R ER BB K HR AVG STARTERS RELIEVERS TOTALS NEW YORK METS PITCHING BREAKDOWN NOTES VS. ATLANTA LAST WIN VS. BRAVES: Earned his fi rst win of the season on April 22, in the Mets' 6-3 victory over Atlanta...Tossed 5.0 innings, allowed two runs, earned, on seven hits...struck out fi ve and walked one. LAST LOSS VS. BRAVES: Took the loss in his last start on June 17...Pitched 6.0 innings, allowed four runs, earned, on seven hits...struck out fi ve and walked two. CAREER VS. BRAVES: Is 2-4 with a 3.72 ERA (15 earned runs/36.1 innings pitched) in six career starts against Atlanta... Struck out 35 and walked 14...Struck out a career-high 13 batters against Atlanta on June 18, W-L ERA IP H R ER BB K HR AVG HOME ROAD TOTALS

3 JUNE 22 vs KANSAS CITY BATTING PAGES PAGE 3 #13 ASDRUBAL CABRERA.265, 7 HR, 22 RBI Last Game: 1-4, HR, RBI, R Home:.252 (31-123), 3 HR Last HR: 6/21 vs. KC (I. Kennedy) Season High, Hits: 3, 4/18 at PHI RISP:.234 (11-47), 13 RBI Road:.277 (36-130), 4 HR At-Bats since last HR: 3 Season High, Runs: 2, 3x, last - 6/15 vs. PIT Streak: 1 game (.250, 1-4) Homestand:.250 (7-28), 1 HR Game-Tying HR: 1 Season High, RBI: 2, 6x, last - 6/11 at MIL Game-Winning RBI: 2 Career vs. KC:.323 ( ) Go-Ahead HR: 3 Season High, SB: -- Batting.302 (13-43) with four doubles, two home runs and eight runs scored in his last 12 games dating to June 8. Reached base safely in each of his last 13 interleague games dating to August 11, Has played 124 games in his career vs. Kansas City (most vs. any opponent) and batted.323 ( ), his best average versus any opponent (min. 25 games played against)...his 70 career RBI vs. the Royals are his highest total vs. any opposing team. Batting.302 (19-63) with three doubles and one homer vs. LHP this season...is hitting.327 (16-49) vs. lefties since May 6. Owns a.988 fielding percentage (three errors in 254 total chances) good for third-best among ML shortstops (best in the National League). #52 YOENIS CÉSPEDES.284, 18 HR, 44 RBI Last Game: 2-4, HR, RBI, R, K Home:.259 (28-108), 7 HR Last HR: 6/21 vs. KC (I. Kennedy) Season High, Hits: 3, 2x, last - 6/8 at PIT RISP:.234 (11-47), 5 HR, 25 RBI Road:.306 (37-121), 10 HR At-Bats since last HR: 2 Season High, Runs: 2, 4x, last - WAS Streak: 1 game (.500, 2-4) Homestand:.304 (7-23), 2 HR Game-Tying HR: 5 Season High, RBI: 6, 4/29 vs. SF Game-Winning RBI: 1 Career vs. KC:.223 (29-130)* Go-Ahead HR: 3 Season High, SB: 1, 5/11 at LAD Is (.356) over his last 12 games dating to June 8...Was 3-35 (.086) in 11 games prior. Batting.190 (8-42) over his last 13 games at Citi Field dating to May 27...Hitting.259 (28-108) overall at home this season. His 18 home runs are tied for third in the National League...Has a.576 slugging percentage, fifth-best in the NL...Is tied for 12th in the NL with his 44 RBI. Batting.349 (15-43) with two doubles, four home runs and eight RBI vs. LHP this season. His 35 regular-season home runs since August 1, 2015 (his first game as a Met) are tied for fifth in the majors in that span. Has 52 outfield assists since making his debut in 2012, the most in the major leagues...gerardo Parra (COL) is second-most with 50. #30 MICHAEL CONFORTO.229, 10 HR, 30 RBI Last Game: 0-2, BB Home:.245 (24-98), 6 HR Last HR: 6/16 vs. PIT (J. Nicasio) Season High, Hits: 3, 2x, last - 4/30 vs. SF RISP:.255 (12-47), 1 HR, 18 RBI Road:.214 (24-112), 4 HR At-Bats since last HR: 14 Season High, Runs: 3, 4/25 vs. CIN Streak: 0 games (0 for his last 4) Homestand:.176 (3-17), 1 HR Game-Tying HR: 2 Season High, RBI: 3, 3x, last - 6/8 at PIT Game-Winning RBI: 4 Career vs. KC:.304 (7-23)* Go-Ahead HR: 4 Season High, SB: 1, 2x, last - 5/31 vs. CHW Is 8-69 (.116) in 22 games overall since May 24. Returned to the starting lineup on Thursday vs. Pittsburgh and went 2-4 with a homer...was his 10th home run of the season, a new career-best...the multi-hit game was his first since May 20, when he went 2-4 vs. Milwaukee. Batting.093 (4-43) with no extra-base hits and three RBI vs. LHP this season...is 0-for-his-last-19 vs. LHP dating to May 14...His last hit off a lefty came on May 11 at Los Angeles-NL (off Adam Liberatore). 11 of his 19 career home runs have either given the Mets the lead or tied the game (eight go-ahead, three game-tying). #7 TRAVIS d'arnaud.184, 0 HR, 1 RBI Last Game: 0-3, K Home:.158 (3-19), 0 HR Last HR: 10/21/15 at CHC (Hammel) Season High, Hits: 2, 2x, last - 4/23 at ATL RISP:.091 (1-11), 1 RBI Road:.200 (6-30), 0 HR At-Bats since last HR: 73 Season High, Runs: 2, 4/23 at ATL Streak: 0 games (0 for his last 3) Homestand:.000 (0-3) Game-Tying HR: -- Season High, RBI: 1, 4/8 vs. PHI Game-Winning RBI: -- Career vs. KC:.103 (3-29)* Go-Ahead HR: -- Season High, SB: -- Appeared in 11 combined rehabilitation games between St. Lucie (A) and Las Vegas (AAA) and batted.317 (13-41) with seven RBI...Hit safely in each of his last five rehab games. Left the game on April 25 vs. Cincinnati with right shoulder discomfort and was placed on the disabled list on April 26 with a right rotator cuff strain. In his 14 games behind the plate this season, Mets pitchers have a 3.11 ERA (42 earned runs/121.2 innings pitched) with opposing batters hitting the Mets are 8-6 when d'arnaud starts at catcher. #16 ALEJANDRO DE AZA.167, 1 HR, 4 RBI Last Game: 0-1, K (PH) Home:.179 (5-28), 0 HR Last HR: 4/15 at CLE (C. Anderson) Season High, Hits: 3, 4/15 at CLE RISP:.063 (1-16), 3 RBI Road:.160 (8-50), 1 HR At-Bats since last HR: 65 Season High, Runs: 2, 4/27 vs. CIN Streak: 0 games (0 for his last 19) Homestand:.000 (0-6) Game-Tying HR: -- Season High, RBI: 2, 6/4 at MIA Game-Winning RBI: 1 Career vs. KC:.219 (43-196)* Go-Ahead HR: 1 Season High, SB: 1, 2x, last - 4/27 vs. CIN Drove in two with a two-run, ground-rule double in the ninth inning on June 4 at Miami...Was the first time he'd driven in a run since April 15 at Cleveland. Is 6-28 (.214) as a pinch hitter this season with 11 strikeouts. Batted.190 (4-21) in 17 games in May (Was 6-29 in 15 games in April). Has made 13 starts this season (five in centerfield, four in rightfield and four in leftifeld). #4 WILMER FLORES.236, 3 HR, 10 RBI Last Game: 0-2 Home:.173 (9-52), 3 HR Last HR: 6/18 vs. ATL (A. Blair) Season High, Hits: 3, 3x, last - 6/10 at MIL RISP:.200 (5-25), 5 RBI Road:.293 (17-58), 0 HR At-Bats since last HR: 7 Season High, Runs: 2, 2x, last - 6/15 vs. PIT Streak: 0 games (0 for his last 7) Homestand:.167 (3-18), 2 HR Game-Tying HR: -- Season High, RBI: 4, 6/15 vs. PIT Game-Winning RBI: 2 Career vs. KC:.053 (1-19)* Go-Ahead HR: -- Season High, SB: 1, 5/9 at LAD Is batting.320 (16-50) since taking over at third base on June 3...Has three doubles, two home runs, eight RBI and six runs scored in that time. Connected on his second home run of the season on June 15 vs. Pittsburgh and drove in a season-high four runs...became the first Mets player this season to drive in a run in three different plate appearances in the same game this season (Elias)...Was his first four RBI game since driving in five runs on August 24, 2015 at Philadelphia. Recorded back-to-back three-hit games on June 9 and June 10...Is the second time he's had consecutive three-hit games (last - July 4-5, 2015). Had the game-winning RBI on June 8 at Pittsburgh with an RBI single in the top of the 10th. #3 CURTIS GRANDERSON.224, 13 HR, 21 RBI Last Game: 1-3, 2B, BB, K Home:.210 (26-124), 4 HR Last HR: 6/16 vs. PIT (J. Nicasio) Season High, Hits: 3, 2x, last - 6/11 at MIL RISP:.111 (5-45), 1 HR, 7 RBI Road:.237 (32-135), 9 HR At-Bats since last HR: 20 Season High, Runs: 2, 8x, last - 6/16 vs. PIT Streak: 1 game (.333, 1-3) Homestand:.267 (8-30), 1 HR Game-Tying HR: -- Season High, RBI: 5, 4/22 at ATL Game-Winning RBI: 6 Career vs. KC:.279 ( )* Go-Ahead HR: 8 Season High, SB: 1, 6/11 at MIL Batting.290 (18-62) with four doubles, one triple, four home runs, five RBI and nine runs scored in 16 games dating to June 4. Hit his sixth leadoff home run of the season on June 16 vs. Pittsburgh and now has the franchise record for career leadoff home runs with 17...Broke a tie with Jose Reyes, who had 16...Has 41 career leadoff homers, second-most among active players behind Jimmy Rollins (46)...His 17 leadoff homers since 2014 are the most in the major leagues (Colorado's Charlie Blackmon is second with 15). His six leadoff home runs this season are tied for most major leagues with Houston's Jose Altuve...The six homers are one shy of his own franchise record for leadoff homers (seven), which he accomplished last season. Is hitting.111 (5-45) with runners in scoring position this season (1 HR, 7 RBI)...Is 2-for-his-last-28 with runners in scoring position (.071) dating to April 30. Eight of his 13 home runs this season have given the Mets the lead...32 of his 59 homers in his Mets career, more than half, have given the Mets the lead or tied the game (28 go-ahead homers, four game-tying). * Includes Postseason

4 JUNE 22 vs KANSAS CITY BATTING PAGES PAGE 4 #55 KELLY JOHNSON.233, 2 HR, 12 RBI Last Game: 0-1, HBP Home:.250 (4-16), 1 HR Last HR: 6/15 vs. PIT (J. Locke) Season High, Hits: 3, 6/15 vs. PIT RISP:.257 (9-35), 1 HR, 11 RBI Road:.444 (4-9), 0 HR At-Bats since last HR: 11 Season High, Runs: 2, 6/15 vs. PIT Streak: 0 games (0 for his last 5) Homestand:.250 (4-16), 1 HR Game-Tying HR: -- Season High, RBI: 2, 3x, last - 6/15 vs. PIT Game-Winning RBI: 2 Career vs. KC:.171 (12-70)* Go-Ahead HR: -- Season High, SB: 1, 5/3 NYM Is batting.320 (8-25) with two doubles, one home run, two RBI and four runs scored in nine games since joining the Mets...Had seven extra-base hits in 49 games with Atlanta prior to the trade. Acquired from Atlanta along with cash considerations in exchange for righthanded pitcher Akeel Morris on June 8...Johnson, who was also acquired from the Mets in 2015 from Atlanta, became the second player in major league history to be traded from one team to another in consecutive seasons, according to the Elias Sports Bureau...Chad Kreuter was traded from the White Sox to the Angels in 1997 and again in In 49 games after being acquired by the Mets last season, Johnson batted.250 (32-128) with six doubles, five homers and 13 RBI. #56 TY KELLY.148, 1 HR, 2 RBI Last Game: 0-1 (PH) Home:.118 (2-17), 0 HR Last HR: 6/8 at PIT (J. Taillon) Season High, Hits: 2, 6/8 at PIT RISP:.111 (1-9), 1 HR, 2 RBI Road:.200 (2-10), 1 HR At-Bats since last HR: 7 Season High, Runs: 1, 6/8 at PIT Streak: 0 games (0 for his last 7) Homestand:.000 (0-4) Game-Tying HR: 1 Season High, RBI: 2, 6/8 at PIT Game-Winning RBI: -- Career vs. KC:.000 (0-1) Go-Ahead HR: -- Season High, SB: -- Was optioned to Las Vegas when Kelly Johnson was activated on June 10...Recalled on June 16 when Juan Lagares was placed on the disabled list...in five games with the 51s in between, Kelly was 7-19 (.368) with five runs scored and one RBI. Hit his first big league home run on June 8 at Pittsburgh (a game-tying, two-run homer)...also were the first two RBI of his major league career...recorded his first major league hit off Jose Quintana on May 30 vs. Chicago-AL Had his contract selected from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League on May 23 prior to the game with Washington...Was his first call-up to the major leagues after being originally selected in the 13th round of the 2009 draft by Baltimore out of UC Davis. Was signed by the Mets as a minor league free agent on November 13, #28 JAMES LONEY.292, 1 HR, 4 RBI Last Game: 2-4 Home:.294 (10-34), 0 HR Last HR: 6/3 at MIA (M. Dunn) Season High, Hits: 3, 2x, last - 6/18 vs. ATL RISP:.231 (3-13), 1 RBI Road:.289 (11-38), 1 HR At-Bats since last HR: 34 Season High, Runs: 1, 6x, last - 6/18 vs. ATL Streak: 1 game (.500, 2-4) Homestand:.360 (9-25) Game-Tying HR: -- Season High, RBI: 2, 6/3 at MIA Game-Winning RBI: 1 Career vs. KC:.224 (19-85) Go-Ahead HR: 1 Season High, SB: -- Had three extra-base hits on June 18 vs. Atlanta (two doubles, triple), tying his career-best, done twice previously, last on June 15, 2010 with the Dodgers at Cincinnati...The last Met to have three extra-base hits in a game was Yoenis Céspedes on September 7, 2015 at Washington. Loney has reached base safely in 11 of his last 12 games and in 16 of the 19 games he's played with the Mets...He tripled on June 18 vs. Atlanta..His last triple came on September 10, 2011 with the Dodgers at San Francisco. Hit a go-ahead, two-run homer at Miami on June 3...Was his first home run since August 7, 2015 (169 at-bats)...was his fi rst home run as a Met and the 100th overall of his career...was his fi rst homer off a LHP since May 3, Acquired by the Mets in a trade with San Diego on May 28 in exchange for cash considerations. #15 MATT REYNOLDS.269, 0 HR, 5 RBI Last Game: DNP Home:.333 (4-12), 0 HR Last HR: -- Season High, Hits: 3, 6/15 vs. PIT RISP:.500 (3-6), 5 RBI Road:.214 (3-14), 0 HR At-Bats since last HR: -- Season High, Runs: 1, 2x, last - 6/15 vs. PIT Streak: 0 games (0 for his last 1) Homestand:.571 (4-7) Game-Tying HR: -- Season High, RBI: 2, 6/15 vs. PIT Game-Winning RBI: 2 Career vs. KC: -- Go-Ahead HR: -- Season High, SB: -- Recorded his first career multi-hit and multi-rbi game on June 15 vs. Pittsburgh...The three hits and two RBI were both career highs. Batting.300 (3-10) as a pinch hitter this season and is 3 for his last 6 as a pinch hitter dating to June 4. Gave the Mets the lead on June 4 at Miami with a pinch-hit RBI single in the eighth inning off David Phelps...Was his first career RBI...Had the go-ahead RBI fielder's choice in the 11th inning on June 10 at Milwaukee...Two of his five RBI have been game-winning RBI. Optioned to Las Vegas (AAA) on May 29 when Wilmer Flores was activated off the Disabled List...Played in two games for the 51s and was Recalled to the majors on June 3. Recorded his first major league hit on May 25 at Washington off Tanner Roark. #44 RENÉ RIVERA.190, 2 HR, 10 RBI Last Game: DNP Home:.242 (8-33), 1 HR Last HR: 6/3 at MIA (C. Hall) Season High, Hits: 3, 6/15 vs. PIT RISP:.238 (5-21), 1 HR, 8 RBI Road:.120 (3-25), 1 HR At-Bats since last HR: 22 Season High, Runs: 1, 4x, last - 6/3 at MIA Streak: 0 games (0 for his last 3) Homestand:.444 (4-9) Game-Tying HR: -- Season High, RBI: 2, 3x, last - 6/15 vs. PIT Game-Winning RBI: 1 Career vs. KC:.233 (7-30) Go-Ahead HR: 1 Season High, SB: -- Went 3-5 with a double and two RBI on June 15 vs. Pittsburgh...The three hits tied a career-high (ninth time) and it was his first three-hit game since August 4, 2015 with Tampa Bay. Mets pitchers have a 2.57 ERA (46 earned runs/161.0 innings) when Rivera catches (19 games) and opposing batters are hitting.217 when he's behind the plate... The Mets are 11-7 in his 18 starts behind the plate. Connected on his second home run of the season with a two-run shot on June 3 at Miami. Signed by the Mets as a free agent on April 5, 2016 and was assigned to Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League...Was batting.280 (7-25) with one double and five RBI in eight games for the 51s...Was added to the 40-man roster on April 26. #20 NEIL WALKER.261, 14 HR, 28 RBI Last Game: 0-4, K Home:.252 (29-115), 5 HR Last HR: 6/16 vs. PIT (J. Nicasio) Season High, Hits: 4, 4/20 at PHI RISP:.286 (12-42), 1 HR, 11 RBI Road:.270 (30-111), 9 HR At-Bats since last HR: 17 Season High, Runs: 2, 4x, last - 6/4 at MIA Streak: 0 games (0 for his last 11) Homestand:.158 (3-19), 1 HR Game-Tying HR: -- Season High, RBI: 3, 6/16 vs. PIT Game-Winning RBI: 6 Career vs. KC:.229 (8-35) Go-Ahead HR: 3 Season High, SB: 1, 5/2 vs. ATL Drove in three runs in the season-opening series in Kansas City, which included a two-run homer as the Mets' only runs in a 2-0 win on April 5 for their first win of the season. Hit his 14th home run in his 60th game as a Met...Did not hit his 14th homer last year until September 18, 2015 at Los Angeles-NL (His 137th game of the season). Is batting.347 (17-49) vs. lefties this season and is 9-for-his-last-20 vs. LHP dating to May 23 (two doubles, two homers, three RBI). His 14 home runs are tied for second-most by an MLB second baseman with Detroit's Ian Kinsler (trails Seattle's Robinson Cano). Has 83 home runs since the start of 2012, most among NL second basemen in that stretch. * Includes Postseason Mets: Collins' Challenges # of plays overturned...5 # of plays that stood...4 Number of plays confi rmed...3 INSTANT REPLAY REVIEWS Opponents: Opponent Challenges # of plays overturned...7 # of plays that stood...4 Number of plays confi rmed...3 Total number of plays viewed by teams via instant replay: 26 Crew chief reviews: 7 Longest time of replay: 3:07, 5/1 vs. SF Quickest time of replay: 0:35, 6/11 at MIL Cabrera.400 (4-10), 1 2B, 1 BB Céspedes.000 (0-5), 1 BB, 2 K Conforto.500 (1-2), 1 HR, 1 RBI d'arnaud.--- (0-0), 1 BB De Aza -- Flores.000 (0-1), 1 K Granderson.125 (1-8), 1 HBP, 4 K Johnson -- Kelly -- Loney -- Reynolds -- METS vs. DUFFY Rivera.000 (0-2) Syndergaard.000 (0-1), 1 K Walker.000 (0-1)

5 JUNE 22 VS. KANSAS CITY BULLPEN PAGE PAGE 5 #59 ANTONIO BASTARDO - LHP 0-0, 4.66 ERA, 0 SV Last Win: , PIT vs. LAD Last Loss: , PIT vs. MIN SV/OP (Last): 0-1, , PIT vs. SD Holds: 5 First Batter: Inherited Runners/Stranded: 6-5 vs. KC in 16: 0-0, 0 SV --- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP) Has allowed 11 runs in his last 12 outings (8.03 ERA in 12.1 innings) after allowing 2 runs from April 15-May 14 (13.1 innings). Has a 2.94 road ERA (5 ER/15.1 IP) and a 6.59 ERA (10 ER/13.2 IP) at home. Has held lefties (.245) this year and to a.185 (88-476) career batting average. Entered May 8 at San Diego with the bases loaded and 0 outs with a one-run lead and didn t allow a run to score (2 Ks, popout)...has stranded 5 of 6 inherited runners. Has pitched in 60 or more games in four of the last five years. #39 JERRY BLEVINS - LHP 2-0, 1.45 ERA, 0 SV Last Win: 6.10 at MIL Last Loss: , WAS vs. ATL SV/OP (Last): 0-0, , OAK at DET Holds: 6 First Batter: Inherited Runners/Stranded: vs. KC in 16: 0-0, 0 SV 0.00 ERA (0 ER/2.0 IP) Has stranded 19 of 21 inherited runners, tied for the 7th-best percentage of stranded runners in the majors...lefties are (.227) and righties are 3-22 (.136) against him this year. Hasn t allowed a run in his last 20 outings...his career-best 12.0 scoreless inning streak is the sixth-longest current scoreless streak in the majors. Is unscored upon in 27 of his 30 games...has retired 24 of 30 first batters faced. Ranks 4th in the NL with his 1.45 ERA (min. 18 IP). Opponents are (.160) vs. Blevins dating to The opposition was 0-15 vs. Blevins last year before he suffered a fractured left forearm on a line drive off the bat of Miami s Dee Gordon on April 19...Re-fractured his left forearm on August 3. #27 JEURYS FAMILIA - RHP 2-1, 3.18 ERA, 23 SV Last Win: 5.27 vs. LA Last Loss: 5.29 vs. LA SV/OP (Last): 23-23, 6.21 vs. KC Holds: 0 First Batter: Inherited Runners/Stranded: 3-0 vs. KC in 16: 0-0, 2 SV 0.00 ERA (0 ER/2.0 IP) Has 23 saves which is 1st in the majors...is 23-for-23 in save opportunities...has surrendered 7 runs in his last 11.2 IP (5.40 ERA) but has tossed 6.2 straight scoreless innings. Has 39 straight saves in the regular season dating to August 1, 2015, the longest streak in team history and is the second-longest current streak in the majors (Brad Ziegler is first with 43). His 23 straight saves to open a season is the second-longest streak in team history... Armando Benitez saved his first 24 chances in Moved sole possession of eighth place on the Mets all-time save list on June 10 at MIL with his 70th save...now has 72 saves...francisco Rodriguez is seventh with 83. Righties are (.221) and lefties are (.258). Since 2015, is tied for second in the majors with four, five-out saves...has nine saves of four or more outs since 2014, tied for the second-most in the majors. #36 SEAN GILMARTIN - LHP 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0 SV Last Win: at PHI Last Loss: at PHI SV/OP (Last): 0-0 None Holds: 0 First Batter: 2-2 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 0-0 vs. KC in 16: 0-0, 0 SV --- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP) Was recalled from Las Vegas (AAA) on June 21...Was also with the Mets from May Has tossed 5.0 scoreless innings, allowing just two hits. Lefties are 0-9. Was 8-3 with a 4.48 ERA (35 earned runs/70.1 innings) in 12 starts for the 51s this year... Issued 19 walks and struck out 68. Righthanders hit.216 (25-116) last year and opponents were (.236) with RISP. Allowed 2 homers over 57.1 innings in Was a 2014 Rule 5 Draft selection. METS BULLPEN TOTALS Record: 9-9 Holds: 41 Saves/Op: ERA: 3.11 (72 ER/208.1 IP) Hits: 175 Runs: 75 Home Runs: 21 Walks: 79 Strikeouts: 223 First Batter Retired/Faced: (74 %) Stranded/Inherited Runners: (76 %) Record when bullpen doesn t allow a run: Record when bullpen allows a run: BULLPEN NOTES The pen has a 3.11 ERA (72 ER/208.1 IP) which is 2nd in the NL and 3rd in the majors. The pen has allowed 14 home runs in its last 25 games...overall has allowed 21 HR, tied for the 6th-fewest in the majors. The pen has 5 blown saves tied for the third-fewest in the majors. Ranks 5th in the majors with a 2.97 ERA this month...tied for 10th with 4 wins. BULLPEN - LAST THREE SERIES Opp W-L-S IP H R ER BB K HR PIT ATL KC BULLPEN BY MONTH W-L ERA Sv-Op IP H R ER BB K April May June July Aug. Sept. LAST THREE APPEARANCES ANTONIO BASTARDO ND ATL ND ATL ND JERRY BLEVINS 6.17 ATL ND ATL ND KC H #62 ERIK GOEDDEL - RHP 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0 SV Last Win: CIN Last Loss: at MIA SV/OP (Last): 0-0, None Holds: 1 First Batter: 3-4 Inherited Runners/Stranded: 2-2 vs. KC in 16: 0-0, 0 SV 0.00 ERA (0 ER/2.0 IP) Hasn t allowed an earned run in 4 outings (4.2 IP)...Tossed a career high-tying 2.0 innings on June 21 vs. KC...Didn t allow a run...made his season debut with a scoreless inning on June 12 at MIL...Righties are 1-12 (.083) and lefties are 1-5 (.200). Was recalled from Las Vegas on May 12...Was 1-1 with one save a 4.94 ERA (13 earned runs/23.2 innings) in 21 games for the 51s this season. Went 1-1 with a 2.35 ERA (nine earned runs/33.1 innings) with 34 strikeouts in 35 games for the Mets in He missed nearly three months with a strained right elbow. #43 ADDISON REED - RHP 1-1, 2.56 ERA, 1 SV Last Win: 6.8 at PIT Last Loss: 6.15 vs. ATL SV/OP (Last): 1-2, 4.27 vs. CIN Holds: 14 First Batter: Inherited Runners/Stranded: vs. KC in 16: 0-0, 0 SV 0.00 ERA (0 ER/2.0 IP) Is tied for 4th in NL with 14 holds...has allowed 4 runs in his last 5 outings (7.20 ERA). Did not allow a run in a career-high 15.1 innings from May 4-June 8...Had 19 K s during that time...earned his first win on 6.8 at PIT with 2.0 scoreless innings. Has allowed 6 ER in his last 26.0 innings (2.08 ERA)...Is unscored upon in 28 of 34 outings. Has stranded 10 of 11 inherited runners...righties are (.194) off him and lefties are (.213). Has 37 Ks in his last 29.2 innings...overall, is averaging strikeouts per nine innings. Earned his first save of the year and the 106th of his career on April 27 vs. CIN. Has retired 30 of 34 first batter faced. #47 HANSEL ROBLES - RHP 1-3, 3.21 ERA, 0 SV Last Win: 6.21 vs. KC Last Loss: 5.31 vs. CWS SV/OP (Last): 0-1, None Holds: 5 First Batter: Inherited Runners/Stranded: vs. KC in 16: 1-0, 0 SV 2.45 ERA (1 ER/3.2 IP) Has allowed two runs in his last 9.2 IP (1.86 ERA)...Worked a career-high 3.2 innings and picked up the win on June 21 vs. KC...Also had a career-high six strikeouts. Surrendered 4 HRs and 7 runs from May 28-June 4 (3.1 IP ERA). Has 42 strikeouts in 33.2 IP...Righties are (.316) and lefties are 8-51 (.157). Allowed one run in 13.1 innings (0.68 ERA) from April 23-May 24. Has suffered two walkoff losses (May 10 at LA and April 20 at PHI). SEAN GILMARTIN (w/las Vegas) W REN W W ERIK GOEDDEL 6.14 PIT ND ATL ND KC H JEURYS FAMILIA 6.16 PIT S ATL ND KC S ADDISON REED 6.16 PIT ND ATL L KC H HANSEL ROBLES 6.17 ATL ND ATL ND KC W

6 JUNE 22 vs KANSAS CITY HIGH/LOW & CHARTS PAGE 6 INDIVIDUAL BATTING HIGHS Longest Hitting Streak... 9 games, Céspedes, 4/15-4/29 Most Runs, Game...3, 2x, last - Céspedes, 6/15 vs. PIT Most Hits, Game.....4, Walker, 4/20 at PHI Most RBI, Game...6, Céspedes, 4/29 vs. SF Most Doubles, Game...2, 6x, last - Loney, 6/18 vs. ATL Most Triples, Game...1, 9x, last - Loney, 6/18 vs. ATL Most Home Runs, Game... 2, 5x, last - Syndergaard, 5/11 at LAD Home Runs, Consecutive Games...3 games, 2x, last - Wright, 5/23-present Grand Slams...1, 2x, last - Céspedes, 4/29 vs. SF Pinch-Hit Home Runs...1, 2x, last - Lagares, 5/28 vs. LAD Leadoff Home Runs...1, 6x, last - Granderson, 6/16 vs. PIT Walk-off Home Runs... 1, Granderson (off P. Baez), 5/27 vs. LAD Most Walks, Game...3, Wright, 5/7 at SD Most Strikeouts, Game... 4, 2x, last - Conforto, 6/1 vs. CHW Most Total Bases, Game...9, Granderson, 4/22 at ATL Most Extra-Base Hits, Game...3, Loney, 6/18 vs. ATL Most Stolen Bases, Game... 2, Wright, 4/5 at KC TEAM BATTING HIGHS Most Runs, Game...13, 4/29 vs. SF Fewest Runs, Game...0, 7x, last - 6/19 vs. ATL Most Runs, Inning... 12, 3rd inning, 4/29 vs. SF (franchise record) Most Hits, Game...19, 6/15 vs. PIT Fewest Hits, Game...1, 2x, last - 6/19 vs. ATL Most Hits, Inning...8, 3rd inning, 4/29 vs. SF Most Total Bases, Game...33, 4/19 at PHI Most Doubles, Game...5, 4/20 at PHI Most Triples, Game...1, 9x, last - 6/18 vs. ATL Most Home Runs, Game... 6, 4/19 at PHI Grand Slams, Game... 1, 2x, last - 4/29 vs. SF Home Runs, Consecutive Games...11 games, 5/20-5/31 Most Home Runs, Inning...3, 2x, last - 1st inning, 5/2 vs. ATL Back-to-Back Home Runs... 1, 8x, last - Walker/Conforto (off J. Nicasio), 6/16 vs. PIT Most Extra-Base Hits, Game... 9, 4/19 at PHI Most Walks, Nine-Inning Game... 7, 5/7 at SD Most Walks, Extra Innings...13, 6/1 vs. CHW Most Strikeouts, Nine-Inning Game... 15, 2x, last - 6/5 at MIA Most Strikeouts, Extra Innings...17, 4/20 at PHI Most Stolen Bases, Game...2, 2x, last - 5/11 at LAD LOB, Nine Innings...14, 6/4 at MIA LOB, Extra Innings...14, 6/1 vs. CHW Most Double Plays Hit into, Game...5, 6/1 vs. CHW Most Errors, Team, Game... 3, 2x, last - 6/12 at MIL Most Errors, Individual, Game...2, 3x, last - Plawecki, 6/14 vs. PIT Most Double Plays Turned, Nine-Inning Game...3, 3x, last - 6/9 at MIL Consecutive Errorless Games, Team...5 games, 2x, last - 4/16-4/20 C - Plawecki - 37, Rivera - 18, d Arnaud B - Duda - 34, Loney - 19, Campbell - 13, Flores - 3 2B - Walker - 61, Flores - 4, Johnson - 3, Reynolds - 1 3B - Wright - 36, Flores - 22, Kelly - 5, Campbell - 4, Johnson - 1, Reynolds - 1 SS - Cabrera - 67, Flores - 1, Reynolds - 1 LF - Conforto - 54, Céspedes - 10, De Aza - 4, Johnson - 1 RF - Granderson - 63, De Aza - 4, Lagares - 2 CF - Céspedes - 48, Lagares - 16, De Aza - 5 P - Harvey - 14, Colón - 14, Syndergaard - 13, degrom - 12, Matz - 12, Verrett - 4 DH - Céspedes - 3, Conforto - 2 STARTERS BY BATTING ORDER - TOTAL BATTING ORDERS (50) 1st - Granderson - 61, De Aza - 5, Lagares - 3 2nd - Cabrera - 32, Wright - 28, Lagares - 4, Conforto - 3, De Aza - 1, Reynolds - 1 3rd - Conforto - 34, Céspedes - 24, Wright - 8, Granderson - 2, Cabrera - 1, 4th - Céspedes - 37, Walker - 17, Duda - 11, Conforto - 1, Flores - 1, Johnson - 1, Loney - 1, 5th - Walker - 25, Duda - 22, Loney - 8, Conforto - 5, Flores - 5, Johnson - 2 Cabrera - 1, Lagares - 1 6th - Walker - 19, Cabrera - 13, Flores - 13, Conforto - 9, Lagares - 4, Loney - 4, Campbell - 3, De Aza - 1, Duda - 1, Johnson - 1, Reynolds - 1 7th - Cabrera - 20, Flores - 11, Plawecki - 10, Campbell - 7, Loney - 6, Conforto - 4, Kelly - 3, Lagares - 3, De Aza - 2, d Arnaud - 1, Johnson - 1, Rivera - 1 8th - Plawecki - 26, Rivera - 17, d Arnaud - 13, Campbell - 7, Kelly - 2, Lagares - 2, De Aza - 1, Syndergaard - 1 9th - Colón - 13, degrom - 12, Harvey - 12, Matz - 11, Syndergaard - 11, Verrett - 4, De Aza - 3, Lagares - 1, Plawecki - 1, Reynolds - 1 CATCHERS STEALING Name CS ATT PCT d Arnaud % Plawecki % Rivera % Totals % FIELDING STARTERS BY POSITION CURRENT DISABLED LIST Name Injury On DL Return Date Wheeler Tommy John Surgery (60-Day) April 1 May 31 Duda Lower Back Stress Fracture May 23 (retro 5/21) June 5 Wright Herniated Disk in his neck June 3 (retro 5/30) June 14 Lagares Sprained Left Thumb June 16 (retro 6/15) June 30 Henderson Right Biceps Tendonitis June 21 (retro 6/19) July 4 MULTI-RUN INNINGS Runs Times Last /18 vs. ATL (4th) /15 vs. PIT (6th) 4 7 6/16 vs. PIT (3rd) 5 2 5/23 at WAS (3rd) /29 vs. SF (3rd) TOTALS OPPONENTS NY METS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING HIGHS Most Runs Allowed, Game...9, Harvey, 5/19 at WAS Most Hits Allowed, Game... 11, Harvey, 5/13 at COL Most Home Runs Allowed, Game... 3, 3x, last - Verrett, 6/11 at MIL Most Home Runs Allowed, Inning...2, 2x, last - Robles, 8th inning, 5/28 vs. LAD Most Strikeouts, Game, Starter...12, Syndergaard, 4/12 vs. MIA Most Strikeouts, Game, Reliever... 6, Robles, 6/21 vs. KC Most Walks, Game...5, Colón, 5/18 vs. WAS Longest Winning Streak...7, Matz, 4/17-5/31 Longest Losing Streak...4, degrom (5/5-present) & Verrett (5/14-present) Most Innings Pitched, Game...8.1, Syndergaard, 6/15 vs. PIT Most Innings Pitched, Reliever...3.2, 2x, last - Robles, 6/21 vs. KC Most Consecutive Scoreless Inn., Starter , Matz, 5/20-5/31 Most Consecutive Scoreless Inn., Reliever , Reed, 5/4-6/8 TEAM PITCHING HIGHS Most Runs Allowed... 10, 4/11 vs. MIA Most Runs Allowed, Inning...7, 2x, last - 3rd inning, 5/19 vs. WAS Most Hits Allowed, Game...15, 4/11 vs. MIA Most Hits Allowed, Inning...6, 5/19 vs. WAS Fewest Runs Allowed, Game... 0, 6x, last - 5/30 vs. CHW Fewest Hits Allowed, Game... 2, 5/30 vs. CHW Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings , 4/3-4/8 Most Home Runs Allowed, Game... 5, 3x, last - 6/11 at MIL Back-to-Back Home Runs, Allowed...1, Zimmerman/Rendon off Harvey, 5/24 at WAS Leadoff Home Runs, Allowed... 1, Harvey, 4/27 vs. CIN (Cozart) Most Strikeouts, Nine Innings...15, 4/17 at CLE Most Strikeouts, Extra Innings... 15, 6/10 at MIL Most Walks Allowed, Nine Innings...11, 5/18 vs. WAS Most Walks Allowed, Extra Innings...6, 6/10 at MIL Fewest Walks Allowed, Game...0, 14x, last - 6/16 vs. PIT Most Pitchers Used, Nine Innings... 6, 10x, last - 6/21 vs. KC Most Pitchers Used, Extra Innings... 7, 6/1 vs. CHW TEAM MISCELLANEOUS Longest Game, Time, Nine-Inning Game... 3:45, 4/11 vs. MIA Longest Game, Time, Extra-Inning Game...4:41, 6/1 vs. CHW Shortest Game, Time, Nine-Inning Game...2:13, 5/12 at LAD Longest Game, Innings...13, 6/1 vs. CHW Largest Paid Attendance, Home... 44,466, 4/30 vs. SF Largest Paid Attendance, Road...42,186, 5/9 at LAD Smallest Paid Attendance, Home...22,113, 4/13 vs. MIA Smallest Paid Attendance, Road... 15,365, 4/15 at CLE Home Sellouts...5 Longest Winning Streak...8 games, 4/22-4/30 Longest Losing Streak...4 games, 2x, last - 5/12-5/15 Largest Deficit Overcome... 3 runs 2x, last - (Trailed 4-1 after T4, Won 5-4), 5/21 vs. MIL Largest Lead Lost... 4 runs (Led 4-0 after 3rd, Lost 6-4), 5/31 vs. CHW OUTFIELD ASSISTS (9) NAME TOTAL (LAST) Céspedes 4 5/10 at LAD (Gonzalez) Conforto 2 5/28 vs. LAD (Puig) Granderson 3 5/8 at SD (Cashner) HOME RUN CHART 2-HR Games (5) Wright (4/18 at Philadelphia) Walker (4/19 at Philadelphia) Granderson (4/22 at Atlanta) Duda (5/4 vs. Atlanta) Syndergaard (5/11 at Los Angeles-NL) Coca-Cola Corner HR (--) Leadoff HR (6) Granderson (4/16 at Cleveland) Granderson (5/9 at Los Angeles-NL) Granderson (5/17 vs. Washington) Granderson (5/21 vs. Milwaukee) Granderson (6/9 at Milwaukee) Granderson (6/16 vs. Pittsburgh) Pinch-Hit HR (2) Céspedes (4/26 vs. Cincinnati) Lagares (5/28 vs. Los Angeles-NL) Walk-off HR (1) Granderson (5/27 vs. Los Angeles-NL) Grand Slams (2) Granderson (4/22 at Atlanta) Céspedes (4/29 vs. San Francisco) Back-to-Back HR (8) Duda/Walker (4/18 at Philadelphia) Duda/Walker (4/19 at Philadelphia) Céspedes/Duda (4/20 at Philadelphia) Walker/Cabrera (4/23 at Atlanta) Céspedes/Duda (5/2 vs. Atlanta) Wright/Conforto (5/7 at San Diego) Céspedes/Walker (5/23 at Washington) Walker/Conforto (6/16 vs. Pittsburgh) CAREER WALKOFF RBI Player Times Last Cabrera (HR) Céspedes (1B) Conforto 0 - d Arnaud (1B) De Aza (SF) Duda (FC) Flores (HR) Granderson (HR) Johnson (2B) Kelly 0 - Lagares 0 - Plawecki 0 - Reynolds 0 - Rivera (1B) Walker (1B) Wright (1B) RECORD BREAKDOWN Leading After Tied After Trailing After Leading After Tied After Trailing After Leading After Tied After Trailing After Out Hit Opponent Get Out Hit Equal in Hits Quality Start Non Quality Start Shutouts One Run Games Two Run Games Score 4 or More Runs Score 3 or Less Runs Hit a Home Run Hit 2+ Home Runs Do Not Allow a Home Run Hit More Home Runs Opponent Hits More HRs Starter Goes Starter Goes Starter Goes Home Road Day Games Night Games Scoring First Opponent Scores First vs. NL East vs. NL Central vs. NL West Interleague Series at Home Series on Road Overall Series First Game of Series Rubber Game of Series Last Game of Series Series Sweeps Errorless Walk-off Last At-Bat Extra Innings vs. LHP Starters vs. RHP Starters MISC. WINS Come from Behind Wins last - 6/10 at MIL (Trailed 1-0 after 5, Won 2-1) Wins in Last At-Bat...4 last - 6/10 at MIL (M. Reynolds Fielder s Choice) Walk-off Wins...2 last - 5/27 vs. LAD (Granderson solo HR)