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2013 E?

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NEW YORK METS MEDIA RELATIONS DEPARTMENT • CITI FIELD, FLUSHING, N.Y. 11368
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NEW yoRK METS (25-40)
FoURTH PLACE, NL EAST, -14.5 GB

vs.

ATLANTA BRAVES (42-28)
FiRST PLACE, NL EAST, +7.5 GA

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 • 1:10 p.m. & 7:10 p.m.
Turner Field • Atlanta, GA
Game 1: RHP Matt Harvey (5-1, 2.04) vs. LHP Alex Wood (0-0, 3.52)
SNy • WFAN 660 AM • WFAN 101.9 FM • ESPN 1050 AM
Game 2: RHP Zack Wheeler (ML debut) vs. LHP Paul Maholm (7-5, 3.65)
SNy • WFAN 660 AM • WFAN 101.9 FM • ESPN 1050 AM
Games #65 & 66 • Road Games #29 & 30
RoSTER MoVE: Prior to today’s doubleheader the Mets will recall
righthanded pitcher Zack Wheeler from Las Vegas (AAA) of the
Pacific Coast League...Wheeler will wear #45 and start the second
game...Wheeler, a native of Smyrna, GA, went 4-2 with a 3.93 ERA
(30 earned runs/68.2 innings) with 73 strikeouts in 13 starts for the
51s this year.
FiRST 1990s MET: Zack Wheeler was born on May 30, 1990...He
will become the first player born in the 90’s to appear in a game with
the Mets.
DoUBLEHEADER NoTES: The Mets will play their second
doubleheader of the year today...New York was swept in a twin bill
on April 16 at Colorado, losing 8-4 in game one and 9-8 in 10
innings in the second game...The last time the Mets and Braves
faced each other in a doubleheader was September 8, 2011 at Citi
Field when the Braves swept the two games (6-5, 5-1)...The last
time New York swept a double dip from Atlanta was September 6,
2006 at Shea...The last time the two teams played two in Atlanta
was April 16, 2011 when the Braves took both games (4-2, 4-0).
3 GAMES oNE DAy: Last night’s game ended at 1:22 a.m. this
morning...The last time a major league team finished three games
on the same calendar date was August 23, 1996 when the
Cincinnati Reds did it...The Reds game on August 22 at Atlanta
ended at 1:47 a.m. on August 23...Then on August 23, the Reds
played a doubleheader at Florida...Game one ended at 6:24 p.m.
and game two at 11:15 p.m.
oN THE RoAD: New York continues its 11-game, four-city road trip
...Following this series, the Mets will travel to Philadelphia for three
games, before a two-game series vs. the White Sox and a make-up
game at Colorado to conclude the road trip on June 27...The Mets
are 11-17 on the road this year...Daniel Murphy is eighth in the NL
with a .328 road batting average.

METS-BRAVES SERiES HiSToRy: The Mets are 46-91 all-time
at Turner Field...The last time New York won a season series vs.
the Braves was in 2006 (11-7).
2013:
@NY:
@ATL:

2-4
1-2
1-2

2012:
@NY:
@ATL:

6-12
4-5
2-7

History: 327-404-1
@NY:
186-182-1
@ATL:
141-191
@MIL
5-31

RECENT METS: The Mets have lost seven of their last nine games
...New York is 3-10 this month...The Mets are 9-19 vs. the National
League East...New York is 9-12 in one-run decisions.
WRiGHT VS. ATLANTA: David Wright has hit 30 career home runs
vs. Atlanta, his most vs. any team...Sixteen of those home runs have
come at Turner Field, tying his most in any road ballpark (Citizens
Bank Park).
CoUNTDoWN To 1,500: Wright is now two hits shy of 1,500 for
his career...He already is the franchise holder for career hits...Wright
would become the 30th active player to collect 1,500 hits, but of the
previous 29 players only six have collected 1,500 hits with their
current team (Derek Jeter, Todd Helton, Paul Konerko, Jimmy
Rollins, David Ortiz and Robinson Cano).
WRiGHT HoT: Since June 5, Wright is hitting .429 (18-42) with five
runs scored, four doubles, two home runs and six RBI over a span
of 10 games...Wright has also hit in six straight games, going
12-22 (.545) during that stretch.
LUCAS DUDA: Collected four hits last night tying his career-high...It
was Duda’s third career four-hit game and first since September 16,
2011 at Atlanta...Over his last six games, Duda is hitting .400 (8-20)
with two runs scored, two doubles, one home run and three RBI.

WALK-oFF NoTES: The Mets have suffered their fifth walk-off loss
of the year last night after winning in walk-off fashion, their sixth of
the year, on Sunday.

ByRD iN JUNE: Marlon Byrd is batting .270 (10-37) with five home
runs and eight RBI in 13 games this month...The five home runs
equal the most in any calendar month, which he set last month
(May)...Byrd has seven home runs over his last 16 games.

HiSToRy LESSoN: The only other starting pitcher in franchise
history who had a shutout spoiled by a walk-off home run was Roger
Craig on July 19, 1963; he was taken deep by the Phillies' Roy
Sievers at Connie Mack Stadium...Info courtesy of Elias.

HAWKiNS MoViNG UP: LaTroy Hawkins moved into a tie with
Sparky Lyle for 24th place on the all-time games pitched list
Sunday with his 899th outing...Arthur Rhodes is 23rd on the list with
900 appearances.

7.0 iNNiNGS, 1 ER: Matt Harvey has had eight starts this year
working 7.0 or more innings and allowing one or fewer earned runs
which is tied with Seattle’s Felix Hernandez for the second-most in
the majors...The Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw is first with nine such
starts.

ALL-STAR VoTiNG: David Wright trails the Giants’ Pablo Sandoval
by 126,403 votes at third base after the latest All-Star starting player
fan voting was released last night...Wright gained over 75,000 votes
this past week...Daniel Murphy has the fifth-most votes at second
base...Fans can vote online at Mets.com.

SWiNG & MiSS: Opponents have swung and missed at least 10
times in each of Matt Harvey’s last 17 starts, the longest current
streak against any major league pitcher...Research courtesy of the
Elias Sports Bureau.

MATT DEN DEKKER: Went 0-4 with an RBI while playing
centerfield last night for St. Lucie (A) of Florida State League at
Charlotte in his first minor league action of the year...Den Dekker
suffered a fractured right wrist on March 24.

RANKiNGS: Matt Harvey is second in the majors with a 2.04 ERA
...He is third in the National League with 102 strikeouts and .197
batting average against...Harvey is third in the majors with 0.92
WHIP.

TRAViS D’ARNAUD: Was examined yesterday at the Hospital for
Special Surgery...He has been cleared to begin a running
progression program.

UPCoMiNG oPPoNENTS
AT ATLANTA
Wed., June 19
Thur., June 20

RHP Shaun Marcum (0-8, 5.43) vs. RHP Kris Medlen (3-7, 3.09)
LHP Jonathon Niese (3-6, 4.15) vs. LHP Mike Minor (8-2, 2.68)

7:10 p.m. (SNY, WFAN, ESPN1050)
7:10 p.m. (SNY, WFAN, ESPN1050)

#33

MaTT HaRVEY (5-1, 2.04)

Height: 6-4
Born: New London, CT

Weight: 225 pounds
Resides: Mystic, CT

RHP

age: 24 (3/27/89)
Signed Through: 2013

HaRVEY’S 2013 GaME lOG (14 G, 14 GS)
Date Opp.

HaRVEY‘S STaTISTICal BREaKDOWN
CaTEGORY

aB

H

HR

BB

SO

aVG

vs. Right (2013)

160

34

vs. Right (Career)

252

51

2

11

44

.213

3

27

69

.202

vs. Left (2013)

185

34

2

9

58

.184

vs. left (Career)

303

59

6

19

103

.195

FIRST lOSS: In his last start, Harvey received his first loss since September 12, 2012...Snapped his
streak of 14 consecutive starts without a loss dating to his final start of last season, tied for fourthlongest in Mets history...He was the first Mets pitcher to remain undefeated after his first 12 starts of a
season.
RUNS: In Harvey’s last two starts, he allowed no more than one run while striking out at least six for
the 13th and 14th times in his career...Since 1916, no pitcher has had more than 11 such outings in
his first 24 career starts......Harvey is the only pitcher in the majors who has allowed two or fewer runs
in 10 outings of at least 7.0 innings this season...He is of two starters since 1916 to allow two runs or
fewer in 18 of their first 24 career starts...Stephen Strasburg is the other...Harvey and Strasburg are
also the only two starters since 1916 to allow one run or fewer in at least 14 of their first 24 career
games.

IP

H

R22 ER HR BB K

P-S

ERa

4/3

SD

W, 8-4

Dec.

7.0

1

0

0

0

2

10

94-63

0.00

4/8

@Phi

W, 7-2

7.0

3

1

1

0

2

9

110-66

0.64

4/13

@Min

W, 4-2

8.0

2

1

1

1

2

6

107-67

0.82

4/19

Was

W, 7-1

7.0

4

1

1

0

3

7

105-68

0.93

4/24

LAD

ND, 7-3 (10)

6.0

4

3

3

1

1

7

90-66

1.54

4/29

@Mia

ND, 3-4 (15)

5.1

7

1

1

0

2

7

121-78

1.56

5/7

CWS

ND, 1-0 (10)

9.0

1

0

0

0

0

12

105-76

1.28

5/12

Pit

ND, 2-3

7.0

5

2

2

1

1

4

101-64

1.44

5/17

@ChC W, 3-2

7.1

5

2

2

0

0

6

106-78

1.55

5/22

CIN

ND, 4-7

6.2

9

4

4

1

3

6

116-68

1.93

5/28

NYY

ND, 2-1

8.0

6

1

1

0

0

10

114-80

1.85

6/2

@Mia

ND, 6-11

5.0

10

4

4

0

2

5

100-62

2.17

6/8

Mia

ND, 1-2 (20)

7.0

6

1

1

0

0

6

93-61

2.10

6/13

Stl

L, 2-1

7.0

5

1

1

0

1

7

97-67

2.04

R
22

ER
22

W-l
5-1

2013 Totals

IP
97.0

H
68

HR BB K
P-S
ERa
4
20 102 1,459-964 2.04

2012 Totals

3-5

59.1

42

19

18

5

26

70

978-616

2.73

Career Totals

8-6

156.1

110

41

40

9

46

172

-

2.30

Opposing Pitcher
2013
2012
Career
lEaGUE lEaDER: His 2.04 ERA (22 earned runs/97.0 innings) and 0.91 WHIP both rank third in the
Alex Wood
0-0, 3.52
---, -.-0-0, 3.52
majors...His 0.91 WHIP is also best in the NL...Has allowed the third-lowest opponent batting average, RHP
vs. Mets:
---, -.----, -.----, -.-.197 (68-345), in the NL...Third-most strikeouts, 102, and third-best K/BB ratio, 5.10, in the NL...His
26.9% missed swing rate is second-best in the NL (minimum nine starts)...Has allowed the secondNOTES VS.
aTlaNTa
fewest baserunners/9 in the majors (8.26)...Has the major league’s best opponent OPS of
Career vs. atlanta: In Harvey’s only career start against the
.511...Clayton Kershaw is next lowest with a .524 mark.
Braves, he took the loss in the Mets’ 4-0 defeat at Citi Field on AuSTRIKEOUTS: Became the fourth player in the last 97 years with at least 19 outings of six or more gust 10 2012...Pitched six innings, allowed two runs, earned, and
strikeouts among his first 24 starts...Kerry Wood, Hideo Nomo, and Dwight Gooden are the others...He two hits...Struck out three and walked five.
is the 10th pitcher since 1916 with at least five double-digit strikeout games in his first 21
starts...Gooden is the only Mets player on that list with eight such games in his first 21 starts...Only Key Matchups:
Gooden had more strikeouts (193) through his first 24 career games than Harvey (172)...No other
• Jason Heyward - .333 (1-3) HR, 2 RBI
pitcher had more than 141 strikeouts in his first 24 career games for the team...Harvey is the ninth
• Justin Upton - .000 (0-2) BB, 2 SO
pitcher in franchise history with multiple no-walk, double-digit strikeout games in a season...Only three
• Dan Uggla- .000 (0-1), 2BB, SO
Mets pitchers have ever done it three times in a season: Tom Seaver (1971), Jon Matlack (1974), and
R.A. Dickey (2012).
TOUGH lUCK: Harvey now has eight outings this season in which he has pitched at least 7.0 innings,
allowed no more than one run and struck out at least six...No other pitcher in the majors has more
than six such outings...Besides Harvey’s eight performances, there have been 169 such starts this
year, 124 of which have resulted in wins for the starter (73.4%)...Harvey has only received a win in four
of his eight outings...He is one of only six pitchers in the majors to lose such a start this season...No
other pitcher in the last 97 years has had four such performances within his first 42 career games that
have failed to result in a win.
HITS: Harvey has the third-lowest H/9 rate, 6.33, of all qualifying starters since his debut on July 26
of last season...Has allowed fewest hits, 110, of any pitcher with at least 22 starts in that time...Holds
the third-lowest H/9, 6.31, in the NL.
FRaNCHISE STREaK: Harvey is the first pitcher in Mets history with four or more strikeouts and three
or fewer walks in 20 consecutive starts...Surpassed Dwight Gooden’s streak of 16 such
performances in 1985...It is the second-longest such streak to Cliff Lee’s 24-game stretch since the start
of 2012...Harvey has only failed to have such a game in one of his career starts.
INNINGS PITCHED: One of four pitchers since 1916 to toss at least 5.0 innings in each of his first 24
career starts...Of those pitchers, Harvey has allowed the fewest hits, 110, fewest earned runs, 40, and
struck out the most batters, 172, in his first 24 starts...He is the first pitcher in franchise history to have
more than 17 such starts to begin a career...He averages the fifth-most pitches per game this season,
104.2 in the NL.
ClUTCH: In his career, opponents are hitting .146 (6-41) with 15 strikeouts with RISP and two
outs....Harvey has never allowed a hit with the bases loaded in his career...In nine plate appearances
in those situations, opposing batters are 0-7 with three RBI.
K/9: Has a K/9 rate of 9.90 since making his debut on July 26 of last season...That is the fifth-best mark
in the majors and second-highest in the NL among pitchers with at least 17 starts in that time frame.
HISTORIC BEGINNING: Matt Harvey became the first pitcher in baseball’s modern era (since 1900)
to win his first four starts while allowing no more than 10 hits in those four starts combined...The
following week, Matt Moore became the second pitcher to pull off the feat...Research courtesy of Elias.
FaST STaRT: Harvey’s outing on April 19 was his fourth straight start of 7.0 innings or more and one
run or less...The last pitcher to open the season with such a streak was Tim Hudson in 2007...Became
the third pitcher since 1916 to begin a season with four consecutive starts of 7.0 or more innings while
allowing four or fewer hits...The two other pitchers with such an open were Ken Hill for the 1993 Expos
and Nolan Ryan for the 1979 Angels.

MajOR lEaGUE HITTING TOTalS:
YEaR
aVG
aB
R
2012
.333
18
0
2013
.138
29
1
TOTalS
.213
47
1

H
6
4
10

2B
2
1
3

3B
0
0
0

HR
0
0
0

RBI
3
1
4

SaC
3
2
5

HaRVEY’S 2013 STaTISTICal BREaKDOWN
CaTEGORY

W-l

ERa G-GS

IP

H

R

ER

HR BB

K

Home
Road
Day
Night
Grass
1st Half
2nd Half
april
May
june
july
august
September
vs. al
vs. Nl
4 Days Rest
5 Days Rest
6+ Days Rest
after a Win
after a loss

2-1
3-0
2-1
3-0
5-1
5-1
0-0
4-0
1-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
4-1
3-1
1-0
1-0
4-1
1-0

1.82
2.48
2.83
1.28
2.04
2.04
0.00
1.56
2.15
2.84
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.72
2.50
2.90
1.23
0.00
1.06
2.93

64.1
32.2
47.2
49.1
97.0
97.0
0.0
40.1
37.2
19.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
25.0
72.0
59.0
22.0
16.0
51.0
46.0

41
27
42
26
68
68
0
21
26
21
0
0
0
9
59
50
16
2
27
41

13
9
15
7
22
22
0
7
9
6
0
0
0
2
20
19
3
0
6
16

13
9
15
7
22
22
0
7
9
6
0
0
0
2
20
19
3
0
6
16

3
1
3
1
4
4
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
1
3
4
0
0
1
3

69
33
40
62
102
102
0
46
38
18
0
0
0
28
74
57
23
22
55
47

9-9
5-5
7-7
7-7
14-14
14-14
0-0
6-6
5-5
3-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
3-3
11-11
9-9
3-3
2-2
7-7
7-7

12
8
10
10
20
20
0
12
5
3
0
0
0
2
18
15
3
2
10
10

HaRVEY’S SEaSON & CaREER HIGHS
Win Streak
Strikeouts
Double Digit K Games
Scoreless Streak
low Hits, CG
High Hits, Game
High HR, Game
High Runs, Game
High Walks, Game
Innings Pitched, Game
Complete Games
Shutouts

2013 Best
5 (4/3-5/17)
12 (5/7 vs. CWS)
3 (last, 5/28 vs. NYY)
13.1 IP (4/29-5/12)
None
10 (6/2 vs. MIA)
1 (4x, last, 5/22 vs. Cin)
4 (2x, last 6/2 vs. MIA)
3 (2x, last, 5/22 vs. Cin)
9.0 (5/7 vs. CWS)
None
None

Career Best
5 (4/3-5/17)
12 (5/7 vs. CWS)
5 (last, 5/28 vs. NYY)
16.0 IP (9/19/12-4/8/13)
None
10 (6/2 vs. MIA)
2 (8/5/12 at SD)
5 (8/5/12 at SD)
5 (8/10/12 at Atl)
9.0 (5/7 vs. CWS)
None
None

METS STaRTING PITCHER BREaKDOWN
STaRTER
Matt Harvey
Dillon Gee
Jonathon Niese
Jeremy Hefner
Shaun Marcum
Aaron Laffey
Collin McHugh

GS
14
14
13
13
8
2
1

QUalITY
STaRTS
11
5
8
8
2
0
0

RUN
SUPPORT
41
33
36
28
13
8
0

RS/
STaRT
2.93
2.36
2.77
2.15
1.63
4.00
0.00

METS
RECORD
8-6
7-7
5-8
2-11
2-6
1-1
0-1

Most Hits, Game:
2, (2x, last, August 22, 2012 vs Colorado)
Most RBI, Game:
2, (August 16, 2012 at Cincinnati)
Batting Notes:
Singled in the game-winning run off Edwin Jackson for his first RBI of the season
on May 17 vs. the Cubs at Wrigley Field...First Mets starting pitcher to earn a win and drive in a go-ahead run in the
seventh inning or later since Sid Fernandez on August 16, 1993 at Cincinnati (Courtesy of Elias)...Became the first
Mets pitcher to collect two hits in his major league debut since David West on September 24,1988 at St. Louis.

NExT GaME’S STaRTER - #45 ZaCK WHEElER (Ml DEBUT) - RHP
laST OUTING: Pitching for AAA Las Vegas, he took the loss in the 51s’ 11-0 defeat against Tacoma on June

NOTES VS. aTlaNTa

13...Wheeler tossed 5.2 innings, allowed one run, earned, and one hit...Walked two and struck out seven.
DEBUT: After being drafted sixth-overall by the San Francisco Giants in 2009 and pitching in 81 minor league games

This is Wheeler’s major league debut.

between the Giants’ and Mets’ farm systems, Wheeler makes his Major League debut in his home state of Georgia.

W-l
STaRTERS 14-27
RElIEVERS 11-13
TOTalS
25-40

ERa IP
3.92 381.0
4.54 212.0
4.10 593.0

H
383
217
600

R
183
122
305

ER
166
107
270

NEW YORK METS PITCHING BREaKDOWN
W-l
ERa
BB
K HR aVG
HOME
14-23 3.41
114 318 34 .262
ROaD
11-17 5.07
75 157 25 .267
TOTalS
25-40 4.10
189 475 59 .264

IP
H R ER
348.0 331 157 132
245.0 269 148 138
593.0 600 305 270

BB
K
105 294
84 181
189 475

HR
34
25
59

aVG
.250
.282
.264

#45

ZACK WHEELER (ML DEBUT)

Height: 6-4
Born: Smyrna, GA

Weight: 185 pounds
Resides: Dallas, GA
Career

vs. Opp
2013

vs. Opp
Career

73-89, 4.22

---, -.--

6-3, 2.58

7-3, 2.36

4-2, 3.93 (AAA) 12-8, 3.26 (MiLB) 28-20, 3.56 (MiLB) ---, -.--

---, -.--

---, -.--

Pitcher

2013

LHP

Paul Maholm

RHP

Zack Wheeler

Age: 23 (5/30/90)
Signed Through: 2013

2012

7-5, 3.65

13-11, 3.67

Turner
Field

WHEELER‘S STATISTICAL BREAKDOWN
CATEGORY

AB

H

HR

BB

SO

AVG

vs. Right (2013)

0

0

0

0

0

0

vs. Right (Career)

0

0

0

0

0

0

vs. Left (2013)

0

0

0

0

0

0

vs. Left (Career)

0

0

0

0

0

0

LAST OUTING: Pitching for AAA Las Vegas, he took the loss in the 51s’ 11-0 defeat against
Tacoma on June 13...Wheeler tossed 5.2 innings, allowed one run, earned, and one hit...Walked
two and struck out seven.

RHP

WHEELER’S 2013 AAA GAME LOG (13 G, 13 GS)
Date Opp.
4/4
4/9
4/14
4/19
4/25
4/30
5/5
5/11
5/22
5/27
6/1
6/7
6/13

Dec.

@SAC
@FRE
@COL
SAC
TAC
@REN
@SAC
ALB
@IOW
SLC
@FRE
@TAC
TAC

ND
L
ND
ND
ND
W
W
ND
W
ND
W
ND
L

IP

H

R

3.1
5.1
5.1
4.1
5.0
6.2
6.0
7.1
5.0
4.0
6.0
4.2
5.2

3
8
6
3
6
5
3
6
5
4
3
8
1

2
4
3
4
5
1
0
2
3
5
1
4
1

2
1
3
4
5
1
0
2
3
3
1
4
1

R
35

ER
30

59

54

W-L
2013 AAA Totals 4-2

IP
68.2

H
61

2012 MiLB Totals 12-8

149.0

115

Career Totals 28-20 391.1

323

ER HR BB K
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
1
2
2
0
0
1

3
3
0
6
3
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
2

P-S

ERA

3
6
8
4
7
8
4
7
2
4
6
7
7

89-52
100-69
97-61
108-61
107-64
112-67
91-56
103-63
70-45
80-41
95-62
107-66
89-54

HR BB
9 27

K
73

P-S
ERA
1248--771 3.93

4

148

-

3.26

171 155 20 176 420

-

3.56

59

5.40
3.11
3.86
4.91
5.79
4.80
4.00
3.74
3.91
4.13
3.86
4.17
3.93

DEBUT: After being drafted sixth-overall by the San Francisco Giants in 2009 and pitching in 81
BACKGROUND
minor league games between the Giants’ and Mets’ farm systems, Wheeler makes his Major
League debut in his home state of Georgia.
• Wheeler graduated from East Paulding (GA) High School.
FIRST 1990s MET: Zack Wheeler was born on May 30, 1990...He will become the first player born • Wheeler is a native of Smyrna, GA, but moved to Dallas, GA as
a youngster.
in the 90’s to appear in a game with the Mets.
STRIKEOUTS: Wheeler ranks fifth in the Pacific Coast League in strikeouts with 73...He was
averaging 9.63 K/9 at the time of his promotion, right on par with his career minor league mark of
9.63.
WHIP: Wheeler’s 1.28 WHIP ranks eighth in the Pacific Coast League among all qualified pitchers.
K/BB: Over his last three starts, Wheeler has struck out 20 batters while walking four...It was the
second time this season that Wheeler has had a K/BB ratio over 5.0 in a three game stretch (also
April 30 to May 11).
SPRING TRAINING: On February 23, Wheeler made his only Major League Spring Training
appearance against the Washington Nationals...He tossed 2.0 innings, allowed one hit and struck
out two.
WINNING RECORD: Wheeler has had at least a .500 record for all six teams he has pitched for
in the minors, including a winning record for four of the six... Overall, he has a career minor league
record of 28-20 with a 3.56 ERA (155 earned runs/391.1 innings pitched).
PATH TO THE BIGS: In the Giants’ organization, Wheeler pitched in 21 games for Augusta (A) in
2010 and 16 games for San Jose (A) in 2011...After his trade to the Mets, he pitched in six games
for St. Lucie (A) in 2011, 19 games for Binghamton (AA) in 2012, six games for Buffalo (AAA) in
2012, and 13 games for Las Vegas (AAA) this year.
HIGHLY TOUTED: Wheeler entered 2013 ranked as the eighth-best prospect in all of baseball by
MLB.com and 11th-best according to Baseball America...AAA battery-mate Travis D’Arnaud was
ranked sixth and 23rd, respectively.
FUTURES GAMES: Appeared in the Major League Baseball Futures Game in 2010 and
2012...Tossed 1.0 shutout inning in 2010 and 0.2 scoreless innings in 2012.
TRADE: Acquired from the San Francisco Giants in exchange for outfielder Carlos Beltran and
cash considerations on July 8, 2011...Appeared in 37 minor league games for the Giants
...Compiled a 3.99 ERA (65 earned runs/146.2 innings pitched).

MAjOR LEAGUE HITTING TOTALS:
YEAR
AVG
AB
R
H
2012
.000
0
0
0
2013
.000
0
0
0
TOTALS

.000

0

0

0

2B
0
0

3B
0
0

HR
0
0

0

0

0

RBI
0
0
0

SAC
0
0
0

Most Hits, Game:
Most RBI, Game:
Batting Notes: Wheeler hit .300 (3-10) at AAA Las Vegas this season...He hit one double, one RBI,
struck out six times, and walked twice...In his minor league career, he hit .148 (4-27) with 17 strikeouts.

• Was named the Gatorade Georgia High School Player of the
Year for the 2008-2009 season...Posted a 9-0 record with an
0.54 ERA and 151 strikeouts in 77.2 innings...Former recipients
of that award include Georgia natives Buster Posey (2005),
Dexter Fowler (2004), Jeff Francoeur (2002) and Adam
Wainwright (2000).

WHEELER’S 2013 STATISTICAL BREAKDOWN
CATEGORY
Home
Road
Day
Night
Grass
1st Half
2nd Half
April
May
june
july
August
September
vs. NL
vs. AL
4 Days Rest
5 Days Rest
6+ Days Rest
After a Win
After a Loss

W-L
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0

ERA
-.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--

G-GS
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0

IP
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

H
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

R
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

ER
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

HR
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

BB
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

K
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

WHEELER’S 2013 & SEASON CAREER HIGHS
2013 Best
Win Streak
Strikeouts
Double Digit K Games
Scoreless Streak
Low Hits, CG
High Hits, Game
High HR, Game
High Runs, Game
High Walks, Game
Innings Pitched, Game
Complete Games
Shutouts

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.0
None
None

Career Best
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.0
None
None

METS STARTING PITCHER BREAKDOWN
STARTER
Matt Harvey
Dillon Gee
Jonathon Niese
Jeremy Hefner
Shaun Marcum
Aaron Laffey
Collin McHugh

QUALITY
STARTS
11
5
8
8
2
0
0

GS
14
14
13
13
8
2
1

RUN
SUPPORT
41
33
36
28
13
8
0

RS/
START
2.93
2.36
2.77
2.15
1.63
4.00
0.00

METS
RECORD
8-6
7-7
5-8
2-11
2-6
1-1
0-1

NExT GAME’S STARTER - #38 SHAUN MARCUM (0-8, 5.43)
NOTES VS. ATLANTA
LAST APPEARANCE: Took the loss in the Mets’ 6-3 defeat against the Cubs on June 14 at Citi Field...Tossed
Last Win vs. Atlanta: Won, 4-2, on April 7, 2011 at Miller Park as a
5.2 innings, allowed six runs, earned, and seven hits...Struck out three and walked two.
member of the Brewers..Pitched 6.0 innings, allowed two runs,

LAST OUTING VS. ATLANTA: Received a no-decsion in thet Mets’ 4-2 victory over the Braves on May 26 earned, and five hits.
at Citi Field...Pitched seven innings, allowed two runs, earned, and four hits...Struck out a career-high twelve
Last Loss vs. Atlanta: Lost, 2-1, on April 14, 2012 at Turner Field as
batters with no walks.
a member of the Brewers...Pitched 7.0 innings, allowed two runs,
earned, and three hits.

CAREER VS. ATLANTA: In five career games, all starts, Marcum is 1-1 with a 2.87 ERA (10 earned runs/31.1
innings pitched) against the Braves.
Key Matchups:
CAREER AT TURNER FIELD: In three career starts, all starts, Marcum is 0-1 with a 2.95 ERA (six earned
runs/18.1 innings piched) at Turner Field.



Dan Uggla - .167 (1-12, HR, 2 RBI, 3 K)
BJ Upton - .308 (8-26, 3 2B, 2 RBI, 9 K)
Jason Heyward - .083 (1-12, 7 K)

NEW YORK METS PITCHING BREAKDOWN
W-L ERA IP
STARTERS 14-27 3.92 381.0
RELIEVERS 11-13 4.54 212.0
TOTALS
25-40 4.10 593.0

H
383
217
600

R
183
122
305

ER
166
107
270

BB
K HR
114 318 34
75 157 25
189 475 59

AVG
.262
.267
.264

HOME
ROAD
TOTALS

W-L
14-23
11-17
25-40

ERA
3.41
5.07
4.10

IP
H R ER
348.0 331 157 132
245.0 269 148 138
593.0 600 305 270

BB
K
105 294
84 181
189 475

HR
34
25
59

AVG
.250
.282
.264

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#44

JOHN BUCK

.224, 11 HR, 35 RBI

Last Game: 1-3, R, BB
Last HR: 5/24 vs. ATL (Medlen)
RISP: .304 (14-46)
Streak: 2 Games (.429, 3-7)

Team Last 10: .267 (8-30)
Home: .217 (26-120, 5 HR)
Road: .234 (22-94, 6 HR)
Road Trip: .333 (1-3)

• Since May 5, a span of 33 games, is hitting .193 (23-119)...Has 34
strikeouts over this span.
• Has six RBI since that date, and none this month...Has one home run in
that span as well...His nine April home runs tied for the most ever by a
Mets player with Carlos Delgado (2006) and Dave Kingman (1976).
• Hitting .304 (14-45) with runners in scoring position, but is 4-21 (.190) in
those situations with two outs.

#6

MARLON BYRD

#4

COLLIN COWGILL

.173, 2 HR, 8 RBI
Team Last 10: 1.000 (1-1)
Home: .172 (5-29, 2 HR)
Road: .174 (4-23, 0 HR)
Road Trip: .000 (0-0)

• Hit his first career grand slam in his Mets debut, Opening Day, April 1 vs.
SD…The only other Mets player to hit a grand slam on Opening Day was
Todd Hundley, who did so on April 26, 1995 at Colorado.
• Drove in four on Opening Day to set a personal best.
• Seven of his eight RBI have come with two outs.
• Became the first player in franchise history to hit a grand slam in his
Mets debut.
• Recalled from Las Vegas (AAA) on June 11...Hit .268 with 5 homers for the
51s...Optioned to Triple-A on May 3...Doubled in his first at-bat back with
the Mets.

• Hit a home run in consecutive games for the second time this season,
June 12 & June 13 (also, May 29 & May 30)...Has double-digit home runs
for the fifth time in his career...Has five home runs in his last 10 games.
• Slugging .574 since May 1 with 10 home runs and 22 RBI.
• Has eight RBI in his last 12 games.
• Hitting .277 (13-47) with runners in scoring position, including .292 (7-24)
in those situations with two outs.
• Hit five home runs in May, tied for a personal-high total in a calendar month
(also, September 2009).

H - 2 (8x, 6.13 vs. StL)

#21

RBI - 4 (4.1 vs. SD)

LUCAS DUDA

Last Game: 0-4, 2 K
Last HR: 5/19 at CHC (Wood)
RISP: .100 (2-20)
Streak:  0 Games (0 for his last 5)

Team Last 10: .267 (8-30)
Home: .196 (10-51, 0 HR)
Road: .185 (5-27, 1 HR)
Road Trip: .000 (0-4)

• Hit his first major league home run, May 20 at CHC (Wood), a two-run shot
that tied the game in the seventh inning...It was his first two MLB RBI...Also
finished the game with two hits, his first multi-hit game at the major league
level.
• Set a career-high with three hits, June 5 at WAS...Had two hits in the next
game, June 8 vs. MIA.
• Made his major league debut, April 23 vs LAD, entering the game in the
top of the fifth as part of a double switch.
• Recalled from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League on April 23.
• Hit .346 (27-78) with three home runs and nine RBI in 17 Triple A games.

#28

Last Game: 0-3, BB, SB
Last HR: 6/16 vs. CHC (Marmol)
RISP: .167 (1-6)
Streak: 0 Games (0 for his last 3)

.114, 1 HR, 4 RBI
Team Last 10: .105 (2-19)
Home: .167 (4-24, 1 HR)
Road: .000 (0-11, 0 HR)
Road Trip: .000 (0-3)

Last Game: DNP
Last HR: 5/10 vs. PIT (Rodriguez)
RISP: .250 (1-4)
Streak: 0 Games (0 for his last 8)

#3

.158, 1 HR, 6 RBI
Team Last 10: .154 (2-13)
Home: .158 (3-19, 1 HR)
Road: .158 (3-19, 0 HR)
Road Trip: .000 (0-0)

OMAR QUINTANILLA

Last Game: 0-3, BB, K
Last HR: 6/11 vs. StL (Wacha)
RISP: .200 (2-10)
Streak: 0 Games (0 for his last 20)

.228, 2 HR, 4 RBI
Team Last 10: .100 (4-40)
Home: .094 (3-32, 1 HR)
Road: .400 (10-25, 1 HR)
Road Trip: .000 (0-3)

• Is hitless in his last 20 at-bats...Has three hits in his last 35 at-bats (.086).
• Hit in eight straight (13-38, .342), to tie his career-long run (June 14-June
30, 2008), May 31-June 11...As part of the streak, had multiple hits in four
straight (9-15, .600), May 31-June 4, the longest such streak of his career.
• Made his Mets debut, May 30 at NYY.
• The Mets purchased his contract from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific
Coast League on May 30...Replaced Ruben Tejada on the active roster.
• Hit .333 (42-126) with two home runs, two triples and 18 RBI in 47 games
for the 51s.

H - 3 (6.2 at MIA)

#13

R - 2 (6.2 at MIA)

RBI - 2 (6.4 at MIA)

JOSH SATIN

SB-

.000, 0 HR, 0 RBI

Last Game: DNP
Last HR: None
RISP: .000 (0-1)
Streak: 0 Games (0 for his last 5)

Team Last 10: .000 (0-3)
Home: .000 (0-3, 0 HR)
Road: .000 (0-0, 0 HR)
Road Trip: .000 (0-0)

• Struck out as a pinch-hitter in his Mets season debut, June 12 vs. StL.
• The Mets selected his contract from Las Vegas (AAA) on June 11...Spent
the entire season with the 51s, hitting .305 (67-220) with nine home runs
and 32 RBI in 59 games.
• Over two seasons with the Mets, has appeared in 16 games and hit .192
(5-26) with two RBI.
• Hit .354 (23-65) against lefthanders at Triple-A Vegas.
• Walked 10 times in his last eight games with the 51s.

2013 SEASON HIGHS
R - 1 (2x, 6.5 at WAS) RBI - 3 (6.5 at WAS)

R - 3 (4.12 at MIN) RBI - 4 (4.12 at MIN) SB - 1(3x, 6.15 vs. CHC)

2013 SEASON HIGHS

• Hit his first home run in a Mets uniform on May 10 vs. PIT
(Rodriguez)...Both his career home runs have come against the Pirates
(also, September 9, 2012, Locke).
• Had his first career hit with runners in scoring position, June 5 at WAS...Is
1 for 24 (.042) in his career with runners in scoring position.
• Made his Mets debut, April 7 vs. MIA...Went 1-3 with a double and an RBI.
• The Mets are 4-7 in Recker’s 11 starts this season.
• Drove in a career-best three runs, June 5 at WAS...Also tied his careerbest with two hits.

H - 2 (2x, 6.5 at WAS)

Team Last 10: .238 (10-42)
Home: .238 (34-143, 3 HR)
Road: .328 (38-116, 2 HR)
Road Trip: .000 (0-3)

• Has hit in seven of his last 10 games, but is only 10-42 (.238) over this
stretch.
• Hitting .294 (57-194) in the two hole...Hitting .230 (14-61) in any other spot
in the lineup.
• Tied for fifth in the NL with 20 doubles...Became the seventh Mets player
to get to 20 doubles in the club’s first 63 games.
• Hitting .328 (38-116) on the road and .238 (34-143) at Citi Field.
• Has 16 hits in 53 at-bats (.302) with runners in scoring position...Is hitting
.500 (11-22) with runners in scoring postion and two outs, good for
the third-best average in the National League.

2013 SEASON HIGHS
H - 1 (4x, 6.16 vs. CHC) R - 1 (3x, 6.16 vs. CHC) RBI- 3 (6.16 vs. CHC) SB - 1 (6.17 at ATL)

ANTHONY RECKER

SB -

.278, 5 HR, 31 RBI

Last Gamez: 0-3, BB
Last HR: 6/9 vs. MIA (Koehler)
RISP: .302 (16-53)
Streak:  0 Games (0 for his last 8)

H - 4 (2x, 5.16 at STL)

• Hit his first game-ending home run (Marmol), June 16 vs. CHC.
• The Mets recalled him from Las Vegas on June 9...Had been at Triple-A
since the team optioned him on April 23...Hit .232 (33-142) with 10 home
runs and 18 RBI in 36 games for the 51s.
• Made his season debut on Opening Day, April 1 as a pinch runner.
• Collected his first hit of the season as a pinch-hitter, April 5 vs. MIA.
• Made his first Opening Day roster this season.
• Snapped a 0-21 skid with a pinch-hit single, June 15.
• Is 3-8 (.375) with a double, an RBI and one walk as a pinch hitter this
season...His five outs have come by strikeout.

#20

R - 2 (7x, 6.2 at MIA) RBI - 2 (4x, 5.29 at NYY)

2013 SEASON HIGHS

R - 1 (6x, 6.15 vs. CHC) RBI - 2 (5.19 at CHC) SB -

KIRK NIEUWENHUIS

.241, 11 HR, 23 RBI
Team Last 10: .278 (10-36)
Home: .223 (27-121, 7 HR)
Road: .263 (25-95, 4 HR)
Road Trip: 1.000 (4-4)

DANIEL MURPHY

2013 SEASON HIGHS

#9

SB -

• Finished with a career high-tying four hits, June 17 at ATL...It marked his
third four-hit game, last September 16, 2011 at ATL.
• Hit in a career-best 10 straight (.351, 13-37), May 16-May 26.
• Hitting .146 (7-48) with runners in scoring position, including one for his
last 12 (.083)...Is 3-25 (.120) in those situations with two outs.
• Hitting .458 (11-24) against Atlanta this season...Has two home runs
and four RBI against the Braves.
• Ten of his 11 home runs have been solo shots...His first of the year was a
two-run shot.

H - 4 (6.17 at ATL)

.192, 1 HR, 3 RBI

H - 3 (6.5 at WAS)

RBI - 3 (3x, 6.5 at WAS)

2013 SEASON HIGHS
SB -

JUAN LAGARES

#12

R - 3 (6.5 at WAS)

Last Game: 4-4, 2B, CS
Last HR: 6/12 vs. StL (Miller)
RISP: .146 (7-48)
Streak: 2 Games (.833, 5-6)

2013 SEASON HIGHS
H - 3 (4.16 (GM2) at COL) R - 2 (4.1 vs. SD)

Team Last 10: .242 (8-33)
Home: .216 (21-97, 4 HR)
Road: .288 (21-73, 7 HR)
Road Trip: .000 (0-4)

2013 SEASON HIGHS

R - 2 (3x, 5.24 vs. ATL) RBI - 4 (2x, 4.12 at MIN) SB - 1 (2x, 5.30 at NYY)

Last Game: DNP
Last HR: 4/6 vs. MIA (Qualls)
RISP: .375 (3-8)
Streak: 1 Game (1.000, 1-1)

.247, 11 HR, 32 RBI

Last Game: 0-4, 2 K
Last HR: 6/16 vs. CHC (Marmol)
RISP: .277 (13-47)
Streak: 0 Games (0 for his last 4)

2013 SEASON HIGHS
H - 3 (5.1 at MIA)

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2013 SEASON HIGHS
SB-

H-

R-

RBI -

SB-

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#2

JUSTIN TURNER

.266, 0 HR, 6 RBI

Last Game: DNP
Last HR: 9/25/12 vs. HOU (WRodriguez)
RISP: .150 (3-20)
Streak: 0 Games (0 for his last 10)

#1

Team Last 10: .133 (2-15)
Home: .264 (14-53, 0 HR)
Road: .268 (11-41, 0 HR)
Road Trip: .000 (0-0)

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JORDANY VALDESPIN .207, 3 HR, 12 RBI

Last Game: DNP
Last HR: 5/10 vs. PIT (Contreras)
RISP: .227 (5-22)
Streak: 0 Games (0 for his last 4)

• Has eight hits in his last 50 at-bats (.160)
• Had three hits in his first start of the season, April 4 vs. SD...Hitting .270
(17-63) in his 16 starts in 2013...Has multi-hits in four of the starts.
• Is 4-23 (.174) with three RBI as a pinch hitter this season.
• Made his first career appearance in the outfield on May 8 vs. CHW...Played
leftfield after entering the game as a pinch hitter in the eighth.
• Spent his first full season in the majors last season and set a career-high
in batting average.

• Over his last 20 games, is 7-43 (.163).
• Hit his sixth career pinch-hit home run, May 1 at MIA (Ramos)...The
three-run shot gave the Mets the lead and it tied Valdespin for the second
most pinch-hit home runs in team history...Mark Carreon holds the club
record with eight.
• Hit the sixth game-ending grand slam in team history, and first since Kevin
McReynolds on June 25, 1991, on April 25 vs. LAD (Wall)...The slam was
the first of Valdespin’s career and first career game-ending RBI.
• Made his first Opening Day roster this season.
• Is 3-23 (.130) with nine strikeouts as a pinch hitter this season.

2013 SEASON HIGHS
H - 3 (3x, 4.29 at MIA)

#5

2013 SEASON HIGHS

R - 1 (3x, 5.26 vs. ATL) RBI - 2 (4.20 vs. WAS) SB -

DAVID WRIGHT

H - 3 (4.11 at PHI) R - 3 (4.12 at MIN)

Team Last 10: .429 (18-42)
Home: .295 (39-132, 2 HR)
Road: .303 (33-109, 7 HR)
Road Trip: .250 (1-4)

• Has hit in nine of 10 games (.405, 17-42), with two home runs and five
RBI...Has multiple hits in five of the games.
• Reached in nine straight plate appearances, June 13-June 15, tying the
longest streak of his career...Had six singles, a double, and two
walks...Reached in nine straight, August 23-24, 2005.
• Has hit in six straight (.500, 11-22).
• Hitting .303 (33-109) on the road...Has seven of his nine home runs away
from Citi Field.
• Hitting .333 (18-54) with runners in scoring position, but is two for his last
18 (.111) in those situations.

2013 SEASON HIGHS
H - 3 (9x, 6.14 at CHC) R - 3 (5.1 at MIA) RBI- 4 (4.12 at MIN) SB - 2 (4.1 vs. SD)

Buck
Byrd
Cowgill
Duda
Lagares
Murphy
Nieuwenhuis

- .000 (0-0)
- .000 (0-0)
- .000 (0-0)
- .000 (0-0)
- .000 (0-0)
- .000 (0-0)
- .000 (0-0)

Buck
Byrd
Cowgill
Duda
Lagares
Murphy
Nieuwenhuis

- .000 (4-10, HR)
- .150 (3-20)
- .000 (0-0)
- .000 (0-1)
- .000 (0-0)
- .583 (7-12)
- .000 (0-0)

Quintanilla
Recker
Satin
Turner
Valdespin
Wright

SB - 1 (4x, 5.3 at ATL)

-

.000 (0-0)
.000 (0-0)
.000 (0-0)
.000 (0-0)
.000 (0-0)
.000 (0-0)

-

.000 (0-0)
.000 (0-0)
.000 (0-0)
.167 (1-6)
.000 (0-3)
.276 (8-29)

Mets vs. Paul Maholm

METS HOME RUN BREAKDOWN
Home

RBI - 4 (4.24 vs. LAD)

Mets vs. Alex Wood

.300, 9 HR, 36 RBI

Last Game: 1-4
Last HR: 6/12 vs. StL (Miller)
RISP: .333 (19-57)
Streak: 6 Games (.500, 11-22)

Team Last 10: .148 (4-27)
Home: .147 (10-68, 2 HR)
Road: .292 (14-48, 1 HR)
Road Trip: .000 (0-0)

Quintanilla
Recker
Satin
Turner
Valdespin
Wright

HR & STREAKS

Road

Game
Tying

Go
Ahead

Last
HR

ABs
Since

1R

2R

3R

GS

Total

Buck

5

4

1

1

11

5

6

1

4

5/24/13

61

Byrd

7

3

1

-

11

4

7

2

3

6/16/13

4

Cowgill

1

-

-

1

2

2

-

-

-

4/6/13

38

Duda

10

1

-

-

11

7

4

-

4

6/2/13

15

Lagares

-

1

-

-

1

-

1

1

-

5/19/13

34

Two Home Run Games: (5)
Lucas Duda: 4.10 at PHI (Kendrick, Adams)
David Wright: 4.16 (GM1) at COL (Nicasio, 2)
Lucas Duda: 4.19 vs. WAS (Strasburg,
Storen)
Ike Davis: 4.19 vs. WAS (Strasburg, Storen)
Marlon Byrd: 6.5 at WAS (Haren, 2)
Mets Pepsi Porch Home Runs: (3)
Lucas Duda: 4.3 vs. SD (Richard)
Lucas Duda: 5.8 vs. CHW (Peavy)
Jordany Valdespin: 5.11 vs. PIT (Contreras)

Murphy

4

-

1

-

5

3

2

2

1

6/9/13

23

Nieuwenhuis

-

-

1

-

1

1

-

-

1

6/16/13

3

Quintanilla

2

-

-

-

2

1

1

-

1

6/11/13

17

Recker

1

-

-

-

1

1

-

-

-

5/10/13

24

Satin

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

None

29

Turner

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

9/25/12

101

Valdespin

1

-

1

1

3

2

1

-

1

5/10/13

45

Back-to-Back Home Runs: (0)

Wright

6

3

-

-

9

2

7

2

3

6/5/13

16

Pitchers

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Totals

40

17

5

3

65

33

32

10

18

Grand Slams: (3)
Collin Cowgill: 4.1 vs. SD (Brach)
John Buck: 4.12 at MIN (Hernandez)
Jordany Valdespin: 4.25 vs. LAD (Wall)

2H

5H

Total

2

3

RBI Breakdown
4
5+
GA

GW

Leadoff Home Runs: (0)
Walk-Off Home Runs: (2)
Jordany Valdespin: 4.25 vs. LAD (Wall)
Kirk Nieuwenhuis: 6.16 vs. CHC (Marmol)

10-Game + Hitting Streaks: (1)
Lucas Duda: 5.16 - 5.26, 10 games

METS OFFENSIVE BREAKDOWN
Multi-Hits
3H
4H

Pinch-Hit Home Runs: (1)
Jordany Valdespin: 5.1 at MIA (Ramos)

2-Out Total

Buck

9

1

-

-

10

4

2

2

-

5

2

6

35

Byrd

8

-

-

-

8

4

3

-

-

7

4

8

32

Cowgill

1

1

-

-

2

1

-

1

-

-

-

7

8

Duda

6

-

-

-

6

2

2

-

-

2

1

3

16

Lagares

7

2

1

-

10

4

-

-

-

4

2

6

23

Murphy

2

1

-

-

3

1

-

-

-

1

-

2

3

Nieuwenhuis

17

3

2

-

22

4

1

1

-

5

5

16

31

Quintanilla

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

-

-

1

1

-

4

Recker

3

1

-

-

4

1

-

-

-

1

-

2

4

Satin

2

-

-

-

2

-

1

-

-

1

-

2

6

Turner

2

3

-

-

5

1

-

-

-

1

-

4

6

Valdespin

5

1

-

-

6

-

1

1

-

3

2

4

12

Wright

10

9

-

-

19

4

1

1

-

10

2

8

36

Pitchers

3

-

-

-

3

-

-

-

-

2

1

3

4

Totals

87

25

3

0

115

31

12

6

0

49

24

80

243

JUNE 18, 2013 AT ATLANTA
# 30 DAVID AARDSMA - RHP

BULLPEN

• Is unscored upon in 3 of 4 appearances...Made his Mets debut on June 8 vs. MIA pitching
1.0 scoreless inning after having his contract selected on June 8.
• Has a 2.31 career ERA (4 ER/15.1 IP) vs. the NL East.
• Compiled a 1.13 ERA (1 ER/8.0 IP) and 3 saves in 8 games for Las Vegas (AAA) after he
signed on May 20...Opened the season with Miami’s Triple-A affiliate, New Orleans
(AAA), going 1-0 with a 2.57 ERA in 10 games...Was released on May 15.
• Saved a combined 69 games for the Mariners over the 2009 and 2010 seasons, but
underwent elbow ligament replacement surgery in July, 2011.
0-1, 7.30 ERA, 0 SV

Last Win: 07.30.12 @ SF
Last Loss: 4.20. vs. WSH
SV/OP (Last): 0-1
Holds: 0
First Batter: 9-14
Inherited Runners/Strand: 6-4
Longest Relief Outing: 2.0 IP (2x, last, 4.10 vs. PHI)

• Has not allowed a run in 3 outings (3.0 innings) since he was recalled from Las Vegas on
June 10...Was optioned to Binghamton (AA) on April 27.
• Righties are 9-27 (.333) off him and lefties are 8-26 (.308).
• Was 0-0 with a 7.88 ERA (7 ER/8.0 IP) in five games with five walks and 10 strikeouts
with Binghamton (AA)...Was promoted to Las Vegas (AAA) on May 14.
• Went 2-0 with a 5.91 ERA (14 ER/18.2 IP) at Las Vegas...He allowed 24 hits, issued
seven walks and struck out 22.

# 32 LATROY HAWKINS - RHP

METS BULLPEN TOTALS

0-0, 1.93 ERA, 0 SV

Last Win: 7.8.09, SEA vs. TOR Last Loss: 7.8.10, SEA at NYY SV/OP (Last): 0-0, None
Holds: 0
First Batter: 4-4 Inherited Runners/Strand: 2-2 Longest Relief Outing: 1.1 IP (2x, last 6.14 vs. CHC)

# 66 JOSH EDGIN - LHP

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1-0, 4.00 ERA, 0 SV

Wins: 11
Losses: 13
Holds: 22
Saves/Op: 10-20
ERA: 4.54 (107 ER/212.0 IP)
Hits: 217
Runs: 122
Batting Avg: .267
HR: 25
Walks: 75
Strikeouts: 157
First Batter Retired/Faced: 147/207 (71%)
Inherited Runners/Stranded: 97/61 (63%)
Record when pen doesn’t allow a run: 18-3
Record when pen allows a run: 7-36

PEN NOTES
The Mets pen is 2-1 with a 4.58 ERA (10 ER/19.2 IP)
vs. Atlanta this year, including 1-0 with a 3.72 ERA 
(4 ER/9.1 IP) at Turner Field.
Over the last 7 games, the pen has a 2.50 ERA 
(5 ER/18.0 IP).
Opponents are hitting .267 against Mets relievers, the
third-highest mark in the majors.
The pen’s 4.54 ERA is the second-worst in the
majors.

BULLPEN - LAST 3 SERIES
Opp
MIA
STL
CHC

Last Win: 5.26 vs. ATL
Last Loss: 8.8.12 LAA @ OAK
SV/OP (Last): 0-2, 5.06.12 LAA vs. TOR
Holds: 4 First Batter: 19-28 Inherited Runners/Strand: 15-10 Longest Outing: 2.0 IP (2x, 5.11 vs. PIT)

• Unscored upon in his last 4 appearances (2.2 innings)...Has surrendered 8 earned runs in
his last 13.0 innings (5.54 ERA) dating back to May 9.
• Lefties are hitting .283 (13-46) while righties are batting .344 (22-64) off him.
• Is tied for third among NL relievers in hits allowed (35).
• Moved into a tie for 24th place with Sparky Lyle on the all-time games pitched list with his
899th appearance on June 15 vs. CHC...Arthur Rhodes is 23rd with 900 outings.
• Pitched a scoreless inning to earn his first win with the Mets on 5.26 vs. ATL.

# 34 BRANDON LYON - RHP
Last Win: 5.27 vs. NYY
First Batter: 22-30

2-2, 3.38 ERA, 0 SV

Last Loss: 5.24 vs. ATL
SV/OP (Last): 0-2, 10.03.12 TOR vs. MIN
Holds: 5
Inherited Runners/Strand: 14-8
Longest Outing: 1.1 IP (2x, last, 6.2 at MIA)

• Has posted a 2.34 ERA (4 ER/15.1 IP) dating back to May 5...Is unscored upon in 13 of
his last 16 appearances.
• Retired the first batter he faced in his first 13 appearances this season...Is 22-30 overall.
• Has limited lefthanded batters to a .229 (8-35) average...Righties are batting .313 (20-64)
against him.
• With runners in scoring position and two outs, opponents are 1-9 (.111).

# 39 BOBBY PARNELL - RHP
Last Win: 6.16 vs. CHC
First Batter: 21-29

5-3, 2.83 ERA, 9 SV

W-L-S
0-2-0
0-0-0
1-0-0

...Prior to that he was 4-0 with a 0.93 ERA (2 ER/19.1 IP) in 19 games.
• Has allowed 2 or more runs in two of his last 5 appearances.
• Picked up his fifth win of the year on June 16 vs. CHC with a scoreless inning...The five
wins equal his career-high set last year...Is tied for first among ML relievers in wins.

April
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.

3-4, 4.97 ERA, 0 SV

Last Win: 5.28 vs. NYY
Last Loss: 6.2 at MIA
SV/OP (Last): 0-2, None
Holds: 6
First Batter: 28-37 Inherited Runners/Strand: 18-14 Longest Relief Outing: 2.0 IP (2x, 5.20 at CHI)

• Has allowed 9 ER in his last 10 outings (7.0 IP) for a 11.57 ERA dating back to May 24.
• Had a 1.88 ERA (3 ER/14.1 IP) in 15 games in April...Has a 7.98 ERA (13 ER/14.2 IP)
since May 1 (20 appearances).
• Is second in the major leagues with 37 appearances...Is unscored upon in 26 of
his 37 outings...Allowed a tying solo HR in the 8th inning on June 9 vs. MIA.
• Lefthanded batters have a .169 (11-65) average against him with 1 HR and 18 strikeouts.
• With nobody on base opponents are hitting .190 (11-58) and .286 (12-42) with runners
on.

# 52 CARLOS TORRES - RHP

0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0 SV

Last Win: 9.24.12 COL vs. CHC Last Loss: 9.22.12 COL vs. ARI SV/OP (Last): 0-0, None Holds: 0
First Batter: 1-1
Inherited Runners/Strand: 0-0
Longest Relief Outing: 2.0 IP (6.16 vs. CHC)

• Made his Mets debut on June 16 vs. CHC with 2.0 scoreless innings allowing one hit with
one strikeout.
• Had his contract selected on June 15...Was 6-3 with a 3.89 ERA (31 earned runs/71.2
innings) in 12 starts for Las Vegas (AAA)...He allowed 71 hits while issuing 19 walks and
striking out 67...Signed a minor league contract on November 16, 2012.
• Pitched in 31 games in relief for the Rockies last year, going 5-3 with a 5.26 ERA.

ER BB
5
3
2
2
3
5

K HR
12 2
4 1
7 0

Sv-Op
2-6
8-11
0-3

IP
88.1
79.0
44.2

H
89
76
52

R
58
38
26

ER BB K
50 31 66
35 28 65
22 16 26

LAST FIVE APPEARANCES
DATE
6.6
6.8
6.11
6.14
6.16

DAVID AARDSMA (w/NY & Las Vegas)
OPP
DEC IP H R ER BB K
@TAC ND
1.0 0 0 0
2 1
MIA
ND
1.0 0 0 0
0 1
STL
ND
1.1 1 1 1
0 2
CHC
ND
1.1 0 0 0
0 2
CHC
ND
1.0 0 0 0
0 1

HR
0
0
1
0
0

DATE
6.4
6.7
6.11
6.13
6.14

JOSH EDGIN (w/Las Vegas & NY)
OPP
DEC IP H R ER BB K
@FRE W
1.2 1 0 0
0 1
@TAC W
1.2 0 0 0
1 2
STL
ND
1.0 1 0 0
1 0
STL
ND
1.0 1 0 0
0 1
CHC
ND
1.0 2 0 0
0 1

HR
0
0
0
0
0

DATE
6.2
6.8
6.9
6.13
6.15

OPP
@MIA
MIA
MIA
STL
CHC

LATROY HAWKINS
DEC IP H R ER
ND
1.0 3 3 3
ND
0.2 1 0 0
ND
0.1 0 0 0
ND
0.1 2 0 0
ND
1.1 0 0 0

BB
0
1
0
0
1

K
0
0
0
0
0

HR
1
0
0
0
0

DATE
6.4
6.8
6.9
6.12
6.15

OPP
@WAS
MIA
MIA
STL
CHC

BRANDON LYON
DEC IP H R ER
H
1.0 0 0 0
ND
1.0 1 0 0
ND
1.0 3 0 0
ND
1.0 0 0 0
ND
0.2 2 1 1

BB
0
1
0
0
2

K
1
0
0
0
0

HR
0
0
0
0
0

DATE
6.4
6.8
6.9
6.12
6.16

OPP
@WAS
MIA
MIA
STL
CHC

BOBBY PARNELL
DEC IP H R ER
BS/L 0.1 3 2 2
ND
1.0 1 0 0
L
1.0 4 3 2
ND
1.0 0 0 0
W
1.0 0 0 0

BB
1
0
0
0
0

K
0
1
2
0
0

HR
0
0
0
0
0

DATE
6.8
6.9
6.12
6.14
6.15

OPP
MIA
MIA
STL
STL
CHC

SCOTT RICE
DEC IP H R
ND
0.2 1 0
BS
0.0 1 1
H
0.1 0 0
ND
0.2 2 1
ND
0.1 1 2

BB
0
0
0
0
1

K
0
0
0
0
0

HR
0
1
0
0
0

• Righthanded hitters have a .222 (12-54) batting average against him.
• Has 26 strikeouts in 28.2 innings...Unscored upon in 24 of 29 games.

# 56 SCOTT RICE - LHP

H R
18 6
9 4
8 3

BULLPEN BY MONTH
W-L ERA
3-5 5.09
7-4 3.99
1-4 4.43

Last Loss: 6.9 vs. MIA
SV/OP (Last): 9-12, 5.30 at NYY 
Holds: 0
Inherited Runners/Strand: 8-4
Longest Outing: 2.0 IP (4.29 at MIA)

• Is 1-3 with a 6.75 ERA (7 ER/9.1 IP) over his last 10 outings dating back to May 22

IP
16.1
7.2
10.2

DATE
5.24
5.29
6.3
6.9
6.16

ER
0
1
0
1
2

CARLOS TORRES (w/Las Vegas & NY)
OPP
DEC IP H R ER BB K
SLC
W
7.0 7 2 1
0 10
REN
W
6.2 3 1 1
1 7
@FRE W
9.0 3 0 0
0 11
@TAC W
9.0 2 1 1
2 4
CHC
ND
2.0 1 0 0
0 1

HR
0
1
0
1
0

HIGH/LOW & CHARTS

JuNE 18, 2013 AT ATLANTA

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INDIvIDuAL PITCHING HIGHS

INDIvIDuAL BATTING HIGHS
Longest Hitting Streak ......................................................10 (Duda, May 16 - May 26)
Most Runs, Game .....................................................3 (4x, last, Byrd, June 5 at WAS)
Most Hits, Game.. ....................................................4 (3x, last, Duda, June 17 at ATL)
Most RBI, Game ................................................4 (6x, last, Valdespin, April 25 vs. LA)
Most Doubles, Game .............................................2 (5x, last, Ankiel, May 22 vs. CIN)
Most Triples, Game ........................................1 (11x, last, Lagares, June 14 vs. CHC)
Most Home Runs, Game ..........................................2 (5x, last, Byrd, June 5 at WAS)
Home Runs, Consecutive Games ........................................4 (Buck, April 8 - April 12)
Grand Slams......................................................1 (3x, last, Valdespin, April 25 vs. LA)
Pinch-Hit Home Runs .......................................................1 (Valdespin, May 1 at MIA)
Walk-off Home Runs ................................1 (2x, last, Nieuwenhuis, June 16 vs. CHC)
Walk-off, Grand Slam ......................................................1 (Valdespin, April 25 vs. LA)
Most Walks, Game.....................................2 (17x, last, Byrd & Duda, June 8 vs. MIA)
Most Strikeouts, Game..................................4 (5x, last, Quintanilla, June 12 vs. STL)
Most Total Bases, Game ...........................................8 (3x, last, Byrd, June 5 at WAS)
Most Extra-Base Hits, Game...............................................3 (Ankiel, May 22 vs. CIN)
Most Stolen Bases, Game ............................................2 (2x, Baxter, May 12 vs. PIT)

TEAM BATTING HIGHS
Most Runs, Game ..........................................................................14 (April 12 at MIN)
Fewest Runs, Game ..........................................................0 (3x, last, May 25 vs. ATL)
Most Runs, Inning.............................................5 (5x, last, 1st inning, May 29 at NYY)
Most Hits, Game...............................................................15 (2x, last, June 5 at WAS)
Fewest Hits, Game ............................................................3 (2x, last, May 21 vs. CIN)
Most Hits, Inning.............................................................7 (5th inning, April 13 at MIN)
Most Total Bases, Game................................................................28 (June 5 at WAS)
Most Doubles, Game .........................................................5 (2x, last, May 22 vs. CIN)
Most Triples, Game..........................................................................2 (April 12 at MIN)
Most Home Runs, Game.......................................................4 (2x, last, May 3 at ATL)
Grand Slams, Game ...........................................................1 (3x, last, April 25 vs. LA)
Home Runs, Consecutive Games .............................12 (April 1 - April 16 at COL-G1)
Most Home Runs, Inning ...............................2 (3x, last, 9th inning, June 16 vs. CHC)
Back-to-Back Home Runs.............................................................................................
Most Extra-Base Hits, Game .........................7 (2x, last, June 5 at WAS - 3 HR, 4 2B)
Most Walks, Nine-Inning Game........................................................7 (April 5 vs. MIA)
Most Walks, Extra Innings ...............................................................9 (June 8 vs. MIA)
Most Strikeouts, Nine-Inning Game ...............................................16 (May 11 vs. PIT)
Most Strikeouts, Extra Innings .......................................................19 (June 8 vs. MIA)
Most Stolen Bases, Game ..................................................2 (3x, last, May 15 at STL)
LOB, Nine Innings ..........................................................................12 (April 5 vs. MIA)
LOB, Extra Innings.........................................................................22 (June 8 vs. MIA)
Most Double Plays Hit into, Game ...................................................3 (April 10 at PHI)

FIELDING
Most Errors, Team, Game...............................................................3 (April 28 vs. PHI)
Most Errors, Individual, Game.......................1 (44x, last, Wright, Murphy, June 16 vs. CHC)

Most Double Plays Turned, Nine-Inning Game ................................4 (April 25 vs. LA)
Most Double Plays Turned, Extra Innings ........................................5 (April 29 at MIA)
Consecutive Errorless Games, Team.....................................................6 (April 20-26)

STARTERS BY POSITION
C- Buck - 54, Recker - 11
1B- Davis - 49, Turner - 9, Murphy - 6, Duda - 1
2B- Murphy - 57, Turner - 2, Valdespin - 6
3B- Wright - 64, Turner - 1
SS- Tejada - 48, Quintanilla - 14, Turner - 3
LF- Duda - 58, Brown - 2, Baxter - 3, Valdespin - 1, Nieuwenhuis - 1
RF- Byrd - 41, Baxter - 16, Valdespin - 6, Brown - 2
CF- Lagares - 19, Ankiel - 17, Cowgill - 10, Valdespin - 10, Nieuwenhuis -7, Byrd -2
P- Harvey - 14, Gee - 14, Niese - 13, Hefner - 13, Marcum - 8, Laffey - 2, McHugh-1
DH - Duda - 2, Turner - 1, Buck - 1

Most Runs Allowed, Game ...................................................8 (Niese, May 11 vs. PIT)
Most Hits Allowed, Game......................................10 (3x, last, Harvey, June 2 at MIA)
Most Home Runs Allowed, Game ..............................................3 (Gee, April 9 at PHI)
Most Home Runs Allowed, Inning ...........................3 (Gee, 2nd inning, April 9 at PHI)
Most Strikeouts, Game, Starter ...............................12 (3x, last, Gee, May 29 at NYY)
Most Strikeouts, Game, Reliever ......................................7 (Marcum, June 8 vs. MIA)
Most Walks, Game ..................................................................6 (Niese, May 5 at ATL)
Longest Winning Streak ....................................................5 (Harvey, April 3 - May 17)
Longest Losing Streak...................................................8 (Marcum, April 27 - present)
Most Innings Pitched, Game ......................................9.0 IP (Harvey, May 7 vs. CWS)
Most Innings Pitched, Reliever ......................................8.0 (Marcum, June 8 vs. MIA)
Most Consecutive Scoreless Inn., Starter ................14.0 IP (Hefner, April 25-April 30)
Most Consecutive Scoreless Inn., Reliever................8.0 IP (Parnell, May 1 - May 19)

TEAM PITCHING HIGHS
Most Runs Allowed, Nine Innings.......................................11 (3x, last, June 2 at MIA)
Most Runs Allowed, Extra Innings ..........................................9 (April 16 at COL - G2)
Most Runs Allowed, Inning ............................................6 (7th inning, April 18 at COL)
Most Hits Allowed, Game .............................................................17 ( April 18 at COL)
Most Hits Allowed, Inning .................................6 (3x, last, 5th inning, May 25 vs. ATL)
Fewest Runs Allowed, Game ............................................0 (2x, last, May 7 vs. CWS)
Fewest Hits Allowed, Game ............................................................1 (May 7 vs. CWS)
Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings .......................................................15.0 (June 8)
Most Home Runs Allowed, Game.................................................4 (April 20 vs. WAS)
Walk-off Home Runs, Allowed.................................................1 (Gee, June 17 at ATL)
Back to Back Home Runs Allowed ...twice (last, Carson, April 27 vs. PHI - Brown/Mayberry)

Most Strikeouts, Nine Innings ..........................................14 (2x, last, May 30 at NYY)
Most Strikeouts, Extra Innings .......................................................16 (June 8 vs. MIA)
Most Walks Allowed, Nine Innings ......................................................7 (May 5 at ATL)
Most Walks Allowed, Extra Innings .........................................7 (April 16 at COL - G2)
Fewest Walks Allowed, Game............................................0 (6x, last, May 30 at NYY)
Most Pitchers Used, Nine Innings .......................................6 (3x, last, April 23 vs. LA)
Most Pitchers Used, Extra Innings ...................................................9 (April 29 at MIA)

TEAM MISCELLANEOuS
Longest Game, Time, Nine-Inning Game ....................................3:38 (April 7 vs. MIA)
Longest Game, Time, Extra-Inning Game ..................................6:25 (June 8 vs. MIA)
Shortest Game, Time, Nine-Inning Game ...................................2:25 (April 29 at MIA)
Longest Game, Innings .....................................................20 innings (June 8 vs. MIA)
Largest Paid Attendance, Home ...............................................41,053 (April 1 vs. SD)
Largest Paid Attendance, Road..............................................44,207 (May 20 at NYY)
Smallest Paid Attendance, Home .............................................20,147 (May 9 vs. PIT)
Smallest Paid Attendance, Road ............................................15,018 (April 30 at MIA)
Home Sellouts ...................................................................................1 (April 1 vs. SD)
Longest Winning Streak................................................................5 (May 26 - May 30)
Longest Losing Streak.....................................................6 (2x, last, May 10 - May 15)
Largest Deficit Overcome.....3 runs (3x, last, June 16 vs. CHC, trailed 3-0 after 8, won, 4-3)

Largest Lead Lost .....................6 (April 16 at COL - G2, led 8-2 in 5th, lost, 9-8 in 10)

OuTFIELD ASSISTS (10)
NAME
Byrd
Lagares
Valdespin
Duda
Ankiel

TOTAL
4
3
1
1
1

(LAST)
5.19 at CHC
6.15 vs. CHC
4.5 vs. MIA
5.13 at STL
6.1 at MIA

CATCHERS STEALING
NAME
Buck
Recker
TOTALS

CS

ATT

11
1
12

26
6
32

PCT
42 %
17 %
38 %

STARTERS BY BATTING ORDER - TOTAL BATTING ORDERS - 53
1st - Valdespin - 17, Tejada - 15, Quintanilla - 8, Baxter - 8, Cowgill - 7, Murphy - 7,
Turner - 3, Nieuwenhuis - 1, Lagares - 1
2nd - Murphy - 48, Tejada - 4, Ankiel - 4, Turner - 4, Quintanilla - 4, Baxter - 1,
Valdespin - 1
3rd - Wright - 63, Murphy - 3
4th - Duda - 22, Davis - 19, Buck - 13, Murphy - 5, Byrd - 5, Wright - 2
5th - Duda - 22, Byrd - 18, Buck - 15, Turner - 4, Davis - 2, Baxter - 2, Murphy - 1,
Ankiel - 1
6th - Duda - 16, Byrd - 15, Buck - 13, Davis - 12, Ankiel - 5, Turner - 2, Brown - 1,
Baxter - 1, Recker - 1
7th - Buck - 14, Davis - 13, Recker - 8, Byrd - 6, Ankiel - 5, Baxter - 4, Tejada - 4,
Nieuwenhuis - 3, Quintanilla - 2, Turner - 2, Duda - 2, Brown - 2, Valdespin - 1
8th - Tejada - 23, Lagares - 18, Valdespin - 5, Nieuwenhuis - 5, Cowgill - 3, Davis - 3,
Recker - 2, Ankiel - 2, Baxter - 2, Brown - 1, Turner - 1, Quintanilla - 1
9th - Hefner - 13, Gee - 13, Harvey - 12, Niese - 12, Marcum - 8, Laffey - 2,
Tejada - 2, Baxter - 1, Quintanilla - 1, McHugh - 1

CuRRENT DISABLED LIST
NAME

INJuRY

ON DL

Santana
Francisco
Mejia
Familia
Atchison
Tejada

left shoulder capsule tear
right elbow surgery (60-Day)
elbow tendon inflammation (60-Day)
right biceps tendinitis (60-Day)
inflammation in the right elbow
right quad strain

3.22
3.22
3.22
5.9
5.14
5.30

MuLTI-RuN INNINGS

EJECTIONS
NAME
DATE
COLLINS
5.20 vs. CIN
HP Tom Hallion (Balls & Strikes)
COLLINS
5.28 vs. NYY
2B Adrain Johnson (Call at second)
HAWKINS
5.20 vs. CIN
HP Tom Hallion (Balls & Strikes)

OPPONENTS
NY METS

ELIGIBLE TO 
BE ACTIvATED
Out for the year
May 22
May 22
July 8
May 29
June 14

RuNS
2
3
4
5
6

TIMES
37
12
8
5

LAST
7th, 6.14 vs. CHC
3rd, 6.9 vs. MIA
9th, 6.16 vs. CHC
1st, 5.29 vs. NYY

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

38

22

34

20

51

27

47

34

22 10

10+ TOTALS
305

26

30

21

30

31

21

34

22

26

249

8

CATCHERS ERA
NAME
Buck
Recker

ER
230
43

INN

ERA

495.0
98.0

4.18
3.95

ERRORLESS STREAK
NAME
Buck
Byrd
Cowgill
Duda
Lagares
Murphy
Nieuwenhuis
Satin
Quintanilla
Recker
Turner
Valdespin
Wright

G
27
15
79
38
15
1
4
9
10
12
22
1
1

LAST ERROR
5/8/13
5/29/13
5/1/13
5/12/13
6/16/13
6/11/13
6/2/13
9/30/12
4/9/13
6/15/13
6/16/13

CAREER WALKOFFS
NAME TIMES
Buck
1
Byrd
5
Cowgill
0
Duda
2
Lagares
0
Murphy
2
Nieuwenhuis 2
Satin
0
Quintanilla
1
Recker
0
Tejada
2
Turner
2
Valdespin
1
Wright
8

LAST 
5/5/09 (1B)
4/7/13 (1B)
5/28/13 (1B)
4/9/12 (1B)
6/16/13 (HR)
8/24/08 (HR)
9/23/12 (1B)
9/9/11 (2B)
4/25/13 (GS)
7/5/12 (1B)

RECORD BREAKDOWN
Leading After 6 ..............................15-6
Tied After 6.......................................4-8
Trailing After 6 ...............................6-26
Leading After 7 ..............................16-6
Tied After 7.......................................3-6
Trailing After 7 ...............................6-28
Leading After 8 ..............................18-4
Tied After 8.......................................2-6
Trailing After 8 ...............................5-30
Out Hit Opponent ..........................12-3
Get Out Hit .....................................6-34
Equal in Hits.....................................7-3
Quality Start .................................17-17
Non Quality Start ...........................8-23
Shutouts...........................................2-3
One Run Games ............................9-12
Two Run Games ..............................5-3
Score 4 or More Runs .................18-11
Score 3 or Less Runs....................7-29
Hit a Home Run............................21-22
Hit 2+ Home Runs ...........................9-4
Do Not Allow a Home Run ..........14-11
Hit More Home Runs ....................14-8
Opponent Hits More HRs..............1-20
Starter Goes 6.0 +........................17-22
Starter Goes 7.0 +..........................12-7
Starter Goes 8.0 +............................3-2
Home ............................................14-23
Road..............................................11-17
Day Games...................................10-18
Night Games ................................15-22
Scoring First ................................15-10
Opponent Scores First................10-30
vs. NL East .....................................9-19
vs. NL Central ................................6-14
vs. NL West ......................................3-6
Interleague .......................................7-1
Series at Home .............................4-8-1
Series on Road .............................3-5-2
Overall Series .............................7-13-3
First Game of Series ...................10-14
Rubber Game of Series...................3-3
Last Game of Series......................9-12
Series Sweeps .................................3-5
Errorless.......................................12-20
Walk-off ............................................6-5
Last At-Bat ...................................10-10
Extra Innings....................................3-5
vs. LHP Starters.............................9-11
vs. RHP Starters ..........................16-29

MISC. WINS
Come from Behind Wins ..................13
last, 6.16 vs. CHC, trailed 3-0 after 8 won 4-3

Wins in Last At-Bat ...........................10
last, 6.16 vs. CHC

Walk-off Wins ......................................6
*Last walkoff HR is in player’s MG bio*

last, 6.16 vs. CHC (Nieuwenhuis 3-R HR)

JUNE 18, 2013 AT ATLANTA

GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS

DATE OPP
W/L
WP
LP
SV
Rec.
Pos.
4/1
SD
W, 11-2
Niese (1-0)
Volquez (0-1)
None
1-0
T1st,--4/2
OFF DAY
4/3
SD
W, 8-4
Harvey (1-0)
Richard (0-1)
None
2-0
T1st, --4/4
SD
L, 1-2
Stults (1-0)
Gee (0-1)
Street (1)
2-1 T2nd, -1.0
4/5
MIA
L, 5-7
Sanabia (1-0)
Hefner (0-1)
None
2-2
3rd,-1.0
4/6
MIA
W, 7-3
Lyon (1-0)
Webb (0-1)
None
3-2
3rd,-1.0
4/7
MIA
W, 4-3
Rice (1-0)
Cishek (0-1)
None
4-2
T2nd,-1.0
4/8
@PHI
W, 7-2
Harvey (2-0)
Halladay (0-2)
None
5-2
2nd,-1.0
4/9
@PHI
L, 3-8
Lee (2-0)
Gee (0-2)
None
5-3
3rd,-2.0
4/10 @PHI
L, 3-7
Kendrick (1-1)
Hefner (0-2)
None
5-4
3rd,-3.0
4/11
OFF DAY
4/12 @MIN W, 16-5
Niese (2-0)
Worley (0-2)
None
6-4
3rd,-3.0
4/13 @MIN
W, 4-2
Harvey (3-0)
Diamond (0-1)
Parnell (1)
7-4
T2nd,-3.0
4/14 @MIN
PPD RAIN - RESCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 19
4/15 @COL
PPD SNOW - RESCHEDULED FOR APRIL 16
4/16 @COL (2) L, 4-8/8-9 Nicasio/Betancourt Gee/Burke None/None
7-6
3rd,-5.0
4/17 @COL
PPD SNOW - RESCHEDULED FOR JUNE 27
4/18 @COL L, 3-11
Garland (2-0)
Niese (2-1)
None
7-7
3rd,-5.5
4/19 WAS
W, 7-1
Harvey (4-0)
Strasburg (1-3)
None
8-7
3rd,-4.5
4/20 WAS
L, 6-7
Clippard (1-0)
Edgin (0-1)
Soriano (6)
8-8
3rd,-4.5
4/21 WAS
W, 2-0
Gee (1-3)
Zimmermann (3-1) Parnell (2)
9-8
3rd,-3.5
4/22
OFF DAY
4/23
LA
L, 2-7
Belisario (1-2)
Lyon (1-1)
None
9-9
3rd,-5.0
4/24
LA W, 7-3 (10) Parnell (1-0)
Wall (0-1)
None
10-9
2nd,-4.0
4/25
LA
L, 2-3
Jansen (1-0)
Rice (1-1)
League (6)
10-10 T2nd,-4.5
4/26
PHI
L, 0-4
Kendrick (2-1)
Gee (1-4)
None
10-11
3rd,-4.5
4/27
PHI
L, 4-9
Pettibone (1-0) Marcum (0-1)
None
10-12
3rd,-4.5
4/28
PHI
L, 1-5
Hamels (1-3)
Niese (2-2)
None
10-13
4th,-4.5
4/29 @MIA L, 3-4 (15) Rauch (1-2)
Marcum (0-2)
None
10-14
4th,-5.5
4/30 @MIA
L, 1-2
Webb (1-1)
Hefner (0-3)
None
10-15
4th,-6.5
5/1
@MIA
W, 7-6
Gee (2-4)
Ramos (0-1)
Parnell (3)
11-15
4th,-5.5
5/2
OFF DAY
5/3
@ATL W, 7-5 (10) Parnell (2-0)
Walden (1-1)
Familia (1)
12-15
4th,-4.0
5/4
@ATL
PPD RAIN - RESCHEDULED FOR JUNE 18
5/5
@ATL
L, 4-9
Hudson (4-1)
Niese (2-3)
None
12-16
4th,-5.0
5/6
OFF DAY
5/7
CWS W, 1-0 (10) Parnell (3-0)
Jones (0-3)
None
13-16
4th,-4.5
5/8
CWS
L, 3-6
Peavy (4-1)
Hefner (0-4)
None
13-17
4th,-5.5
5/9
PIT
W, 3-2
Parnell (4-0)
Grilli (0-1)
None
14-17
3rd,-5.5
5/10
PIT
L, 3-7 Rodriguez (3-2) Marcum (0-3)
Grilli (14)
14-18
3rd,-5.5
5/11
PIT
L, 2-11
Liriano (1-0)
Niese (2-4)
None
14-19
4th,-5.5
5/12
PIT
L, 2-3
Wilson (3-0)
Rice (1-2)
Grilli (15)
14-20
4th,-5.5
5/13 @STL
L, 3-6
Lynn (6-1)
Rice (1-3)
Mujica (10)
14-21
4th,-6.5
5/14 @STL L, 4-10
Gast (1-0)
Gee (2-5)
None
14-22
4th,-6.5
5/15 @STL
L, 2-4
Maness (3-0)
Marcum (0-4)
Mujica (11)
14-23
4th,-6.5
5/16 @STL
W, 5-2
Niese (3-4)
Wainwright (5-3) Parnell (4)
15-23
4th,-6.0
5/17 @CHC W, 3-2
Harvey (5-0)
Jackson (1-6)
Parnell (5)
16-23
4th,-6.0
5/18 @CHC
L, 2-8
Feldman (4-3)
Hefner (0-5)
None
16-24
4th,-7.0
5/19 @CHC W, 4-3
Rice (2-3)
Fujikawa (1-1)
Parnell (6)
17-24
4th,-7.0
5/20
CIN
L, 3-4
Cueto (2-0)
Marcum (0-5)
Chapman (9)
17-25
4th,-8.0
5/21
CIN
L, 0-4
Leake (4-2)
Niese (3-5)
None
17-26
4th,-9.0
5/22
CIN
L, 4-7
Simon (4-1)
Parnell (4-1)
Chapman (10) 17-27
4th,-10.0
5/23
OFF DAY
5/24
ATL L, 5-7 (10) Varvaro (2-0)
Lyon (1-2)
Kimbrel (15)
17-28
4th,-11.0
5/25
ATL
L, 0-6
Minor (6-2)
Gee (2-6)
None
17-29
4th,-12.0
5/26
ATL
W, 4-2
Hawkins (1-0)
Gearrin (1-1)
Parnell (7)
18-29
4th,-11.0
5/27
NYY
W, 2-1
Lyon (2-2)
Robertson (3-1)
Parnell (8)
19-29
4th,-10.0
5/28
NYY
W, 2-1
Rice (3-3)
Rivera (0-1)
None
20-29
4th,-10.0
5/29 @NYY W, 9-4
Hefner (1-5)
Phelps (3-3)
None
21-29
4th,-9.0
5/30 @NYY W, 3-1
Gee (3-6)
Nuno (1-2)
Parnell (9)
22-29
4th,-9.0
5/31 @MIA
L, 1-5
Turner (1-0)
Marcum (0-6)
None
22-30
4th,-9.0
6/1
@MIA
L, 1-8 Fernandez (3-3) McHugh (0-1)
None
22-31
4th,-10.0
6/2
@MIA L, 6-11
LeBlanc (1-5)
Rice (3-4)
None
22-32
4th,-11.0
6/3
OFF DAY
6/4
@WAS L, 2-3
Clippard (4-1)
Parnell (4-2)
None
22-33
4th,-12.5
6/5
@WAS W, 10-1
Gee (4-6)
Haren (4-7)
None
23-33
4th,-12.5
6/6
@WAS
PPD RAIN - RESCHEDULED FOR JULY 26
6/7
MIA
PPD RAIN - RESCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 14
6/8
MIA L, 1-2 (20) Slowey (2-5)
Marcum (0-7)
Cishek (6)
23-34
4th,-12.5
6/9
MIA L, 4-8 (10) Qualls (1-0)
Parnell (4-3)
None
23-35
4th,-13.5
6/10
OFF DAY
6/11
STL
L, 2-9
Wacha (1-0)
Hefner (1-6)
None
23-36
4th,-13.0
6/12
STL
W, 5-1
Gee (5-6)
Miller (7-4)
None
24-36
4th,-12.0
6/13
STL
L, 1-2 Wainwright (10-3) Harvey (5-1)
Mujica (19)
24-37
4th,-12.5
6/14
CHC
L, 3-6
Jackson (3-8)
Marcum (0-8)
Gregg (8)
24-38
4th,-12.5
6/15
CHC
L, 2-5
Feldman (6-5)
Niese (3-6)
Gregg (9)
24-39
4th,-13.5
6/16
CHC
W, 4-3
Parnell (5-3)
Marmol (2-4)
None
25-39
4th,-13.5
6/17 @ATL
L, 1-2
Carpenter (1-0)
Gee (5-7)
None
25-40
4th,-14.5
6/18 @ATL (2)
6/19 @ATL
6/20 @ATL
6/21 @PHI
6/22 @PHI
6/23 @PHI
6/24
OFF DAY
6/25 @CWS
6/26 @CWS
6/27 @COL
6/28 WAS
6/29 WAS
6/30 WAS
7/1
ARZ
7/2
ARZ
7/3
ARZ
7/4
ARZ
7/5
@MIL
7/6
@MIL
7/7
@MIL
7/8
@SF
7/9
@SF
7/10 @SF
7/11
OFF DAY
7/12 @PIT
7/13 @PIT

PLAYER
David Wright

DATE OPP
7/14 @PIT
7/15
7/16
7/17
7/18
7/19
PHI
7/20
PHI
7/21
PHI
7/22
ATL
7/23
ATL
7/24
ATL
7/25
ATL
7/26 @WAS (2)
7/27 @WAS
7/28 @WAS
7/29 @MIA
7/30 @MIA
7/31 @MIA
8/1
@MIA
8/2
KC
8/3
KC
8/4
KC
8/5
8/6
COL
8/7
COL
8/8
COL
8/9
@ARZ
8/10 @ARZ
8/11 @ARZ
8/12 @LA
8/13 @LA
8/14 @LA
8/15 @SD
8/16 @SD
8/17 @SD
8/18 @SD
8/19 @MIN
8/20
ATL
8/21
ATL
8/22
8/23
DET
8/24
DET
8/25
DET
8/26
PHI
8/27
PHI
8/28
PHI
8/29
PHI
8/30 @WAS
8/31 @WAS
9/1
@WAS
9/2
@ATL
9/3
@ATL
9/4
@ATL
9/5
9/6
@CLE
9/7
@CLE
9/8
@CLE
9/9
WAS
9/10 WAS
9/11
WAS
9/12 WAS
9/13
MIA
9/14 MIA (2)
9/15
MIA
9/16
9/17
SF
9/18
SF
9/19
SF
9/20 @PHI
9/21 @PHI
9/22 @PHI
9/23 @CIN
9/24 @CIN
9/25 @CIN
9/26
MIL
9/27
MIL
9/28
MIL
9/29
MIL

PAGE 8

W/L

WP

LP

Pos.

OFF DAY

OFF DAY

OFF DAY

OFF DAY

10-15
12-15
3-10
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0

Team
Team
Team
Team
Team
Team
Team
Team
Team

ERA:
ERA:
ERA:
ERA:
ERA:
ERA:
ERA:
ERA:
ERA:

RECORD BY MONTH
April
May
June
July
August
September
Totals

Rec.

OFF DAY
2013 ALL-STAR GAME (CITI FIELD)
OFF DAY
OFF DAY

APRIL TOTALS
MAY TOTALS
JUNE TOTALS
JULY TOTALS
FIRST HALF
AUGUST TOTALS
SEPTEMBER TOTALS
OCTOBER TOTALS
SECOND HALF

Month

SV

Home Road

Total

7-8 3-7
10-15
5-9 7-6
12-15
2-6 1-4
3-10
0-0 0-0
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0
14-23 11-17 25-40

UPCOMING METS MILESTONES
MILESTONE
PLAYER
Jordany Valdespin
• 7 home runs to 220
(ties Mike Piazza for second place in
franchise history)
• 39 home runs to 252
(ties Darryl Strawberry for first place in
franchise history)
LaTroy Hawkins
• 3 hits to 1500

4.08
4.43
3.44
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

Team Batting: .233
Team Batting: .222
Team Batting: .212
Team Batting: .000
Team Batting: .000
Team Batting: .000
Team Batting: .000
Team Batting: .000
Team Batting: .000

RECORD BY DAY
Month

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Totals

Home Road

4-3 1-2
2-1 1-3
2-3 0-6
3-2 3-2
1-3 2-1
1-5 3-1
1-6 1-2
14-23 11-17

Total

5-5
3-4
2-9
6-4
3-4
4-6
2-8
25-40

MILESTONE
• 1 pinch-hit home run to 7
(takes over sole place of second place in
franchise history)
• 1 appearance to 900
(Ties Arthur Rhodes for 23rd all-time )

LAST TIME IT HAPPENED...

JUNE 18, 2013 AT ATLANTA

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HITTING
Two-Home Runs, Single Game, Player..........................................................................................................................................Marlon Byrd, June 6, 2013, at Washington
Three Home Runs, Single Game, Player ...................................................................................................................Ike Davis, July 28, 2012 at Arizona (3 solo home runs)
Hit for the Cycle ...............................................................................................................................................................................Scott Hairston, April 27, 2012 at Colorado
Inside-the-Park Home Run .......................................................................................................................Angel Pagan, May 19, 2010 at Washington (off Livan Hernandez)
Leadoff Home Run ....................................................................................................................................Mike Baxter, August 30, 2012, at Philadelphia (off Kyle Kendrick)
Walk-off Home Run...........................................................................................................................Kirk Nieuwenhuis, June 16, 2013, vs. Chicago-NL (off Carlos Marmol)
Pinch-Hit Home Run .............................................................................................................................................Jordany Valdespin, May 1, 2013 at Miami (off A.J. Ramos)
Grand Slam........................................................................................................................................Jordany Valdespin, April 24, 2013, vs. Los Angeles-NL (off Josh Wall)
Pinch-Hit Grand Slam .............................................................................................................................Fernando Tatis, July 27, 2009, vs. Colorado (off Franklin Morales)
Walk-off Grand Slam.........................................................................................................................Jordany Valdespin, April 24, 2013, vs. Los Angeles-NL (off Josh Wall)
Four Home Runs, Team ....................................................................May 3, 2013 at Atlanta (Won, 7-5, 10 innings; John Buck, Lucas Duda, Marlon Byrd, David Wright)
Five Home Runs, Team ...............................September 30, 2006 at Washington (Won, 13-0; Ramon Castro, Endy Chavez, Julio Franco, David Wright, Shawn Green)
Six Home Runs, Team.....................................June 15, 1999 at Cincinnati (Won, 11-3; Ricky Henderson-2; John Olerud, Mike Piazza, Edgardo Alfonzo, Matt Franco)
Seven Home Runs, Team ................................April 19, 2005 at Philadelphia (Won 16-4; Jose Reyes-2; Victor Diaz-2, Mike Piazza, Doug Mientkiewicz, David Wright)
Back-to-Back Home Runs ............................................................Justin Turner & David Wright, September 25, 2012, vs. Pittsburgh (off Wandy Rodriguez, 1st inning)
Back-to-Back-to-Back Home Runs....................................Carlos Delgado, David Wright & Paul Lo Duca, June 7, 2007 vs. Philadelphia (off Cole Hamels, 6th inning)

PITCHING
Complete Game- 8.0 or more innings ..............................................................................................................Dillon Gee, June 17, 2013, at Atlanta (Lost, 2-1, 8.1 innings)
Complete-Game Shutout....................................................................................................................................................R.A. Dickey, August 31, 2012, at Miami (Won, 3-0)
No-Hitter, Complete Game- 8.0 or more innings ......................................................................................................Johan Santana, June 1, 2012, vs. St. Louis (Won, 8-0)
One-Hitter, Complete Game- 8.0 or more innings ......................................................................................................R.A. Dickey, June 18, 2012, vs. Baltimore (Won, 5-0)
Two-Hitter, Complete Game ..........................................................................................................................Miguel Batista, September 28, 2011, vs. Cincinnati (Won, 3-0)
Two-Hitter, Combined ..............................................................................................Dillon Gee (4.0), D.J. Carrasco (2.0), Bobby Parnell (2.0), Francisco Rodriguez (1,0)
......................................................................................................................................................................................................................June 15, 2011, at Atlanta (Won, 4-0)
Back-to-Back Shutouts, Individual ..........................................................................Johan Santana, May 26, 2012 vs. San Diego (9-0) & June 1, 2012 vs. St. Louis (8-0)
Back-to-Back Shutouts, Team........................................................................................................June 29 (vs. Los Angeles-NL, 9-0) & June 30 (vs. Los Angeles-NL, 5-0)
Three Straight Shutouts, Team ......................................May 25, 2010 vs. Philadelphia (8-0), May 26, 2010 vs. Philadelphia (5-0) & May 27, 2010 vs Philadelphia (3-0)
10+ Strikeouts, Individual ................................................................................................................Dillon Gee, May 30, 2013 at New York-AL, 12 in 7.1 innings (Won, 3-1)
15+ Strikeouts, Individual......................................................................Al Leiter, August 1, 1999, at Chicago (NL), 15 in 7.0 innings (No-Decision,Won, 5-4, 13 innings)
Three Hits, Pitcher ..........................................................................................................................................................................Chris Young, April 6, 2011 at Philadelphia
Four RBI, Pitcher ....................................................................................................................................................................Dwight Gooden, May 11, 1990 vs. Los Angeles
Home Run, Pitcher ......................................................................................................................................Jeremy Hefner, May 29, 2012 vs. Philadelphia (off Joe Blanton)

MISCELLANEOUS
Last 1-0 Victory...................................................................................................................................................................................................May 7, 2013, vs. Chicago (AL)
Last 1-0 Loss.......................................................................................................................................................................................................August 23, 2012 vs. Colorado
Triple Play .....................................May 19, 2010 at Washington, 5th inning, CF Angel Pagan-C Henry Blanco-SS Jose Reyes, 1B Ike Davis, Batter-Cristian Guzman
Opponent Triple Play ..................June 10, 2010 vs. San Diego (Game Two), 3B Chase Headley to 2B Lance Zawadzki to 1B Adrian Gonzalez, Batter- Ruben Tejada
Position Player Pitching ................................................................................................................................................Rob Johnson, May 18, 2012, at Toronto (Lost, 14-5)
Pitcher, Pinch Hitting .......................................................................................................................................................Jonathon Niese, May 16, 2011 vs. Florida (Tripled)
Opponent Steal of Home .......................................................................................................................................................Jesus Guzman, August 11, 2011 vs. San Diego
Steal of Home .......................................................................................................................................................................................Jason Pridie, May 15, 2011 at Houston

INSTANT REPLAY REVIEWS
DATE
4/24
5/10

OPPONENT
Los Angeles-NL
Pittsburgh

BATTER
M.Kemp
G.Jones

PITCHER
M.Harvey
S.Marcum

INNING/OUT
6th/2 Out
5th/1 out

INITIAL CALL
In Play
In Play

NEW YORK METS RECENT TRANSACTIONS















June 15 - Designated RHP COLLIN MCHUGH for assignment...Selected the contract of RHP
CARLOS TORRES from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League...Optioned RHP GREG
BURKE to Las Vegas.
June 11 - Selected the contract of 1B JOSH SATIN from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast
League...Recalled LHP JOSH EDGIN and OF COLLIN COWGILL from Las Vegas.
June 10 - Optioned IB IKE DAVIS, LHP ROBERT CARSON, and OF MIKE BAXTER to Las Vegas
(AAA) of the Pacific Coast League.
June 9 - Recalled OF KIRK NIEUWENHUIS from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast
League...Designated OF RICK ANKIEL for assignment
June 8 - Selected the contract of RHP DAVID AARDSMA from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific
Coast League...Optioned RHP COLLIN McHUGH to Las Vegas...Transferred RHP JEURYS
FAMILIA to the 60-Day Disabled List.
May 30 - Placed INF RUBEN TEJADA on the 15-Day Disabled List with a right quad
strain...Selected the contract of INF OMAR QUINTANILLA from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific
Coast League...Transferred RHP FRANK FRANCISCO to the 60-Day Disabled List.
May 20 - Signed RHP DAVID AARDSMA to a minor league contract.
May 14 - Signed RHP MATTHEW FOX to a minor league contract.
May 13 - Signed OF RICK ANKIEL to a one-year contract...Optioned OF ANDREW BROWN to
Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League...Transferred RHP JENRRY MEJIA to the 60-Day
Disabled List.
May 12 - Recalled RHP GREG BURKE from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League...Placed
RHP JEURYS FAMILIA on the 15-Day Disabled List, retroactive to May 9, with right biceps
tendinitis. 
May 3 - Selected the contract of OF ANDREW BROWN from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast
League...Optioned OF COLLIN COWGILL to Las Vegas.
April 27 - Activated RHP SHAUN MARCUM from the 15-Day Disabled List...Optioned LHP JOSH
EDGIN to Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League.
April 23 - Recalled OF JUAN LAGARES from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League and
optioned OF KIRK NIEUWENHUIS to Las Vegas...Announced Toronto claimed LHP AARON
LAFFEY off waivers.
April 22 - Signed RHP D.J. MITHCHELL to a minor league contract.
April 21 - Recalled LHP ROB CARSON from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League and
designated LHP AARON LAFFEY for assignment.
April 18 - Optioned RHP GREG BURKE to Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League...Recalled
RHP JEURYS FAMILIA from Las Vegas.
April 7 - Selected the contract of LHP AARON LAFFEY from Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast
League.
April 6 - Optioned RHP JEURYS FAMILIA to Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast
League...Transferred LHP JOHAN SANTANA to the 60-Day Disabled List.
March 31 - Optioned INF ZACH LUTZ to Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League...Placed
RHP FRANK FRANCISCO on the 15-Day Disabled List with inflammation in his right elbow...Placed
RHP SHAUN MARCUM on the 15-Day Disabled List with right biceps tendinitis...Placed RHP
JENRRY MEJIA on the 15-Day Disabled List with inflammation in his right elbow...Placed LHP
JOHAN SANTANA on the 15-Day Disabled List with re-tear of the anterior capsule in his left
shoulder.
March 29 - Outrighted INF REESE HAVENS to Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast
League...Outrighted LHP DARIN GORSKI to Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League...Optioned
LHP ROBERT CARSON to Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League...Selected the contract
of RHP SCOTT ATCHISON, OF MARLON BYRD, RHP LATROY HAWKINS and LHP SCOTT
RICE.
March 27 - Traded RHP ELVIN RAMIREZ to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for cash
considerations.
March 24- Optioned C TRAVIS D’ARNAUD to minor league camp...Reassigned OF Andrew Brown,
OF Jamie Hoffmann, LHP Aaron Laffey and INF Brian Bixler to minor league camp...Outrighted INF
Brandon Hicks.
March 15- Optioned INF WILMER FLORES and reassigned RHP CARLOS TORRES and INF
JOSH SATIN to minor league camp.
March 10- Optioned RHP ZACK WHEELER, OF CESAR PUELLO, RHP HANSEL ROBLES, RHP
COLLIN MCHUGH, LHP DARIN GORSKI, INF REESE HAVENS, OF JUAN LAGARES, INF
WILFREDO TOVAR, RHP GONZALEZ GERMEN AND RHP ELVIN RAMIREZ to minor league
camp.
March 9- Assigned RHP CORY MAZZONI, RHP RAFAEL MONTERO AND C JUAN CENTENO to
minor league camp.

RULING AFTER 
Home Run
Home Run

DELAY
2 min,29 secs
1 min, 32 secs