NY Sports Dog: Mets Stats of Note: It's the Offense (Again)

Friday, April 23, 2010

Mets Stats of Note: It's the Offense (Again)

Let's take a peek at where the Mets stand against the rest of baseball.

Thus far in 2010, the Mets:
  • Have allowed the fewest Stolen Bases in baseball, 3 steals against 3 caught.  Contrast this with the Red Sox who have allowed 34 steals and only 1 caught stealing.
  • 9th in Team ERA at a solid 3.47.
  • Struck Out the second most batters--testament to some very strong pitching early in the year.
  • 12th in Batting Average Against--just .247.
  • 22nd in Homeruns with just 12 on the season.  After a spring in which balls were flying out of the park, we are once again seeing a shortage of power.
  • 25th in Team Batting Average at a paltry .229.   The Dodgers lead all of baseball at .311.
  • 27th in OPS...ugh.
  • 27th in Extra-Base Hits with only 35.  Toronto has 67 to lead MLB.
  • Struck Out 5th most--a maddening 120 Ks already on the young season.  Medic!
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