It’s (early in) spring training, where stats don’t matter and no one cares about wins, so let’s have some fun with stats from a handful of games.
- Jason Pridie and Ruben Tejada are tied at the top with 10 AB a piece.
- Luis Hernandez leads the team with 11 PA.
- Russ Adams leads the team with a 1.000 OBP. 3 singles in 3 AB in two games.
- Adams also leads the team in slugging percentage, with a 2.000.
- Four players have one home run so far: Russ Adams, Ike Davis, Gary Matthews Jr. and David Wright.
- Davis and Pridie lead the team with 4 RBI.
- Davis has notched 8 total bases, leading the team. Matthews Jr. trails by one base.
- Pridie also leads the team in strikeouts, with 4. Matthews Jr. has 3 and Jason Bay and Luis Hernandez each have K’d twice.
- Fernando Tatis is one of eight players to have grounded into a double play so far.
- Nelson Figueroa has tossed six innings so far, the most on the team.
- Figueroa, Sean Green, Eddie Kunz and Bobby Parnell have each walked three batters. Kunz managed to do that while only notching one out. Green, one more.
- Figueroa also leads the team in strikeouts, with eight. Bobby Livingston and Jon Niese each have K’d five.
- Parnell has allowed the most total bases, with 11.
- Ryota Igarashi has posted the lowest batting average against, with a .100.
And that’s enough meaningless stats for today. Enjoy the warm Saturday.
The Mets play tomorrow at 1:10 p.m. and the game is on WPIX.