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NEW YORK METS MEDIA RELATIONS DEPARTMENT • CITI FIELD • FLUSHING, NY 11368 • ph: 718.565.4330 • fx: 718.639.3619

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS (17-11) SECOND PLACE, NL WEST -0.5 GB

NEW YORK METS (16-13)

vs.

SECOND PLACE, NL EAST -2.0 GB

Saturday, May 8, 2010 • 1:10 p.m. Citi Field • Flushing, N.Y. RHP Todd Wellemeyer (1-3, 5.55) vs. LHP Johan Santana (3-2, 4.50) WPIX • WFAN • WQBU Game #30 • Home Game #18 HAPPY BIRTHDAY: John Maine turns 29 today. WIN STREAK AT HOME: New York has won eight straight home games dating back to April 22...It’s the longest home winning streak since the Mets won 11 straight to tie a franchise record on August 5-24, 2006...New York has the most home wins in the majors (12). JOHAN SANTANA: Major League Baseball’s leader in wins (102), ERA (2.90) and strikeouts (1,364) since 2004, is looking to rebound from the worst start of his career in his last outing...On May 2 at Philadelphia, Santana allowed a career-worst 10 runs and tied his career-high allowing four home runs. HOME RUNS ROD BARAJAS: Has hit nine home runs in 82 at-bats...That’s the third-fewest at-bats to nine home runs for any player in team history... Ron Swoboda did it in 77 at-bats in 1965 and Carlos Delgado hit his ninth in his 80th at-bat for the Mets in 2006...Info courtesy of Elias...Is tied for fifth in the majors in home runs and leads all major league catchers...He has hit six home runs in his last five games withn atbat...Five of his nine home runs have either tied the game or given the Mets a lead...He has three multi-home run games this year (April 9 vs. Washington, 4/30 at Philadelphia and 5/7 vs. San Francisco). WALKOFF: Rod Barajas’ second home run last night was the first walkoff home run in Citi Field history...The last Mets walkoff home run came on August 7, 2008 when David Wright took San Diego’s Heath Bell deep at Shea Stadium...The Mets have allowed three walkoff home runs, tied with the Cardinals for the most in the majors... Rockies’ Chris Iannetta hit a 10th-inning walkoff home run on April 14, the Reds’ Laynce Nix belted an 11th-inning walkoff home run on May 3 and the Reds’ Orlando Cabrera hit a 10th-inning walkoff home run on May 5. MULTI-HOME RUN GAMES: Last night, the Mets had two players with multi-home runs in the same game for the second time this year (April 9 vs. Washington - Rod Barajas and Jeff Francoeur)...Prior to this season, the Mets had only two home games in which they had two players hit multiple home runs: August 2, 1962 at the Polo Grounds (Frank Thomas and Marv Throneberry) and June 20, 1964 at Shea Stadium (Joe Christopher and Hawk Taylor)...Information courtesy of the Elias Sports Bureau. IKE DAVIS: Became the first Mets rookie lefthanded batter to hit two home runs in a game of a lefthanded pitcher...Since 1969, only five other lefthanded batters hit multi-home runs off a lefthanded pitcher...Billy Jo Robidoux in 1985, David Justice in 1990, Ben Grieve in 1998, Brad Fullmer in 1998 and Prince Fielder in 2006...Research courtesy of Elias..Davis became the youngest Met to have a multihome run game since Lastings Milledge accomplished the feat on September 29, 2007 vs. Florida. BACK-TO-BACK: Ike Davis and Rod Barajas hit consecutive home runs in the second inning...It was the first time New York went backto-back this year..New York hit back-to-back home runs once in 2009 (Daniel Murphy, Ramon Castro on May 2, 2009 at Philadelphia). AT HOME: The Mets have hit 15 home runs at Citi Field while limiting their opponents to seven...After 17 home games last year, the Mets had hit 12 home runs and surrendered 16.

GIANTS-METS SERIES HISTORY: The Mets are 13-6 against the Giants over the last three years...Since 2003, New York has won five series, lost one and tied one against San Francisco at home. 2010: @NY: @SF:

1-0 1-0 0-0

2009: @NY: @SF:

5-3 2-2 3-1

History: @NY: @SF:

255-297 138-138 117-159

NOTES: The Mets had their eight-game winning streak against the Giants snapped on May 16, 2009...The winning streak dated back to June 3, 2008 and equaled the longest in team history vs. San Francisco. WALKOFF: New York collected its first walkoff win of the year...The Mets had four walkoff victories. in 2009. 10-GAME STREAK: David Wright extended his hitting streak to 10 games last night...Wright is batting .395 (15-38) with seven runs scored, two doubles, one triple, four home runs and 11 RBI during that stretch...Wright’s 10-game streak ties Jeff Francoeur (April 5-16) for the team season-high. NO FREE PASS: Mets pitchers haven’t issued a walk in their last 24.0 innings...New York has issued just two walks in its last three games...The Mets have issued the fifth-most walks this season (123). ON THE BASES: New York tied its season-high with three stolen bases last night...In nine games against the Giants since the start of the 2009 season, the Mets have stolen 16 games, including a franchise record seven on May 14, 2009 at AT&T Park. BLOWN SAVES: The Mets had their fifth blown save last night...New York has come back to win four of those games...The Mets are tied for eighth in the majors with five blown saves. RISP: Mets pitchers have the third-lowest opponents’ batting average against (.204) with runners in scoring position...Only Tampa Bay (.174) and San Francisco (.193) have a lower mark...At the plate, New York ranks 26th in the majors with a .231 (56-242) batting average with RISP. ERRORS: New York had a season-high three errors last night...The Mets have committed the 11th-fewest errors in the majors (19)...The Mets have allowed five unearned runs, tied with Tampa for the fifth-fewest in the majors. AUTISM AWARENESS DAY: The Mets are hosting their 8th annual Autism Awareness Day today at Citi Field to raise money for 12 different autism organizations in the tri-state area...PIX11 news anchor Jim Watkins and his son Liam, who has autism, will throw out the first pitch...Mets 2010 Hall of Fame inductee Darryl Strawberry, whose charity raises awareness and money for autism, will host a VIP party in the Empire Party Suites as part of the day’s fundraising efforts. THIS DATE IN METS HISTORY New York’s new National League club announces that the team nickname will be Mets on May 8, 1961…It was selected by club owner Mrs. Joan Payson…Other nominees were Islanders, Rebels, Skyliners, NYBs, Burros, Jets, Continentals and Avengers…Felix Millan goes 3-4 with two RBI and Jon Matlack tosses a complete game four-hitter as the Mets edge San Francisco, 4-2 on May 8, 1974...Darryl Strawberry collects his first major league hit and RBI on May 8, 1983 in a 10-5 victory over Cincinnati at Shea.

UPCOMING OPPONENTS & PITCHING VS. SAN FRANCISCO Sun., May 9 VS. WASHINGTON Mon., May 10 Tue., May 11 Wed., May 12

RHP Tim Lincecum (4-0, 1.70) vs. LHP Oliver Perez (0-2, 4.05)

1:10 p.m. (SNY, WFAN, WQBU)

RHP Luis Atilano (2-0, 4.67) vs. RHP John Maine (1-1, 5.97) LHP Scott Olsen (2-1, 4.35) vs. LHP Jonathon Niese (1-1, 3.60) RHP Craig Stammen (1-1, 5.63) vs. RHP Mike Pelfrey (4-1, 2.65)

7:10 p.m. (SNY, WFAN, WQBU) 7:10 p.m. (SNY, WFAN, WQBU) 1:10 p.m. (SNY, WFAN, WQBU)


#57

JOHAN SANTANA (3-2, 4.50)

Height: 6-0 Born: Tovar Merida, VZ Pitcher

Weight: 208 pounds Resides: Tovar Merida, VZ

2010

2009

Career

Age: 31 (3/13/79) Signed Through: 2013

vs. Opp 2009

vs. Opp Career

Citi Field

RHP Todd Wellemeyer

1-3, 5.55

7-10, 5.89

30-32, 4.78

0-1, 6.39

0-2, 6.67

0-1, 5.87

LHP

3-2, 4.50

13-9, 3.13

125-62, 3.14

1-0, 5.27

2-0, 3.67

11-4, 2.48

Johan Santana

LHP

SANTANA’S 2010 START-BY-START (5 STARTS) Opp. Dec. IP H R HR BB K P-S ERA 22 ER FLA W, 7-1 6.0 4 1 1 0 2 5 103/69 1.50

Date 4/5 4/11 4/17 4/22 427(1) 5/2

WAS @StL CHC LAD @Phi

L, 2-5 ND, 2-1 (20) W, 2-1 W, 4-0 L, 5-11

5.0 7.0 6.1 6.0 3.2

5 4 8 4 8

5 0 1 0 10

5 0 1 0 10

1 0 0 0 4

3 1 0 3 2

3 9 5 6 1

87/54 113/81 103/78 115/77 71/48

4.91 3.00 2.59 2.08 4.50

SANTANA’S STATISTICAL BREAKDOWN CATEGORY

AB

H

HR

BB

SO

.AVG

vs. Right (2010)

93

23

3

8

22

.247

4,916

1,097

138

371

1,353

.223

38

10

2

3

7

.263

1,551

359

54

109

399

.231

vs. Right (Career) vs. Left (2010) vs. Left (Career)

LAST OUTING:

2009 Totals

W-L 13-9

IP 166.2

H 156

R 67

ER HR BB 58 20 46

K P-S ERA 146 2,575/1,772 3.13

2010 Totals

3-2

34.0

33

17

17

29

5

11

592/407

4.50

Suffered through the worst start of his career on May 2nd in Career Totals 125-62 1,743.2 1463 658 609 192 484 1,762 --3.14 Philadelphia...Lasted 3.2 innings and allowed a career-worst 10 runs, all earned...Set another career-worst with eight runs allowed in the 4th inning, the most runs he has ever NOTES VS. THE GIANTS surrendered in a single frame...Also tied a career high with four home runs allowed in the 115 loss...Santana’s previous high in runs allowed was nine (June 14, 2009 at NYY)...He last Last Win vs. San Francisco: Beat the Giants, 9-6, on May 16, 2009 in San Francisco...Went 7.0 innings and allowed six runs, four surrendered four home runs on June 9, 2009 at Citi Field, also against the Phillies. earned.

STRIKEOUTS: Only struck out one in his last start, the first time with that few strikeouts

Last Loss vs. San Francisco: Has never lost to San Francisco.

since May 22, 2008 at Atlanta...It was only the fifth start of his career in which he struck out Career vs. San Francisco: Is 2-0 with a 3.67 ERA in five games, four starts...Also beat them 8-7 on July 9, 2008 at Shea Stadium. only one...He has never had a start with zero strikeouts.

MAJOR LEAGUE LEADER:

Santana has 125 career wins, tops among Venezuelan-born players...Freddy Garcia of the White Sox is second with 122 wins... Additionally, since becoming a full-time starter in 2004, Santana leads the major leagues with 102 wins, a 2.90 ERA (434 earned runs/1,347.1 innings) and 1,364 strikeouts...He is second with 1,347.1 innings to Chicago’s Mark Buehrle.

SANTANA IN MAY: May is actually Santana’s worst month by ERA, with the lefthander owning a 4.09 (121 earned runs/266.0 innings pitched) ERA in 50 games, 35 starts...May is the only month in which Santana has an ERA over 4.00...Santana, however, is still 18-12 in the month with better than a strikeout per inning (270 strikeouts/266.0 innings pitched).

GRAND SLAM: Santana surrendered a grand slam to Shane Victorino in the fourth inning during his last start on May 2nd, the second slam he has allowed this season... Santana also served up a grand slam to Josh Willingham in the first inning during his start on April 11th...Before this season, Santana had only allowed two slams, and one since becoming a full-time starter in 2004 (to Seattle starting pitcher Felix Hernandez on June 23, 2008 at Shea Stadium).

SANTANA’S 2010 STATISTICAL BREAKDOWN CATEGORY Home Road Day Night Grass 1st Half 2nd Half April May June July August September October vs. NL vs. AL 4 Days Rest 5 Days Rest 6 Or More

W-L 3-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-2 3-2 0-0 3-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-2 0-0 2-1 0-1 1-0

ERA G-GS 2.70 4-4 8.44 2-2 3.00 3-3 6.19 3-3 4.50 6-6 4.50 6-6 0.00 0-0 2.08 5-5 24.55 1-1 0.00 0-0 0.00 0-0 0.00 0-0 0.00 0-0 0.00 0-0 4.50 6-6 0.00 0-0 6.19 3-3 3.75 2-2 1.50 1-1

IP 23.1 10.2 18.0 16.0 34.0 34.0 0.0 30.1 3.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 34.0 0.0 16.0 12.0 6.0

H 21 12 13 20 33 33 0 25 8 0 0 0 0 0 33 0 20 9 4

R 7 10 6 11 17 17 0 7 10 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 11 5 1

ER 7 10 6 11 17 17 0 7 10 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 11 5 1

HR 1 4 1 4 5 5 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 4 1 0

BB 8 3 6 5 11 11 0 9 2 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 5 4 2

K 19 10 17 12 29 29 0 28 1 0 0 0 0 0 29 0 12 12 5

IN THE CLUTCH:

Opposing hitters are batting .167 (6-36) against Santana with runners in scoring position this season...With two outs and runners in scoring position, Santana has limited opposing hitters to a .188 average (3-16).

VS. GIANTS HITTERS: Excluding Juan Uribe, who is 8-56 (.143) against Santana, the Giants position players with lifetime at-bats against the lefthander are a combined 51-161 (.317) with seven home runs and 22 RBI...They have drawn only five walks.

OPENING DAY SANTANA:

Went 6.0 innings and allowed one run on Opening Day to beat Florida, 7-1...The lefthander won his third straight Opening Day start with the Mets, becoming the first player to do so since Tom Seaver also won three straight from 19751977...Santana’s streak is the second longest in franchise history behind the four consecutive won by Seaver from 1970-1973.

SANTANA’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

2009 Best 2 (4/22-Current) 9 (4/17 at StL) None 15.0 innings (4/11-4/22) None 8 (2x, last, 5/2, at Phi) 4 (5/2, at Phi) 10 (5/2, at Phi) 3 (2x, last, 4/27 vs LAD) 7.0 (4/17 at StL) None None

Career Best 13 games (7/17-9/24/04) 17 (8/19/07, Min vs Tex) 47 (last, 11, 5/27 vs Was) 33.0 (8/28-9/24/04) 3 (4x, last, 9/27/08, vs Fla) 12 (2x, 7/24/09 at Hou) 4 (3x, last, 5/2/10, at Phi) 10 (5/2/10, at Phi) 7 (7/15/02, Min vs LAA) 9.0 (9x, last, 9/27/08 vs. Fla) 9 (last, 9/27/08 vs Fla) 6 (last, 9/27/08 vs Fla)

METS STARTING PITCHER BREAKDOWN

MAJOR LEAGUE HITTING TOTALS: YEAR AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SAC 2009 .167 42 1 7 3 0 0 4 10 2010 .200 10 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 TOTALS .174 161 9 28 10 1 0 8 14 Most Hits, Game: 2, four times, last, August 9, 2009 at San Diego Most RBI, Game: 2, August 4, 2009 vs. St. Louis Batting Notes: Became the first pitcher to collect two hits, a walk, an RBI and a run scored in a 2009 game when he did so against WAS on 4/23/08.

STARTER J. Santana J. Maine J. Niese M. Pelfrey O. Perez

GS 6 6 6 6 5

QUALITY STARTS 4 2 2 4 2

RUN SUPPORT 16 13 16 15 10

RS/ START 2.67 2.17 2.67 2.50 2.00

METS RECORD 4-2 3-3 3-3 5-1 1-4

NEXT GAME’S STARTER - #46 OLIVER PEREZ- LHP LAST OUTING: Received his third no-decision of the season on May 3rd at NOTES VS. THE GIANTS Cincinnati...Went 6.0 innings and allowed six hits, two runs, earned, four walks and his first Last Win vs. Giants: Has never beaten the Giants. home run of the season in the 3-2 loss...Struck out four. LAST OUTING VS. THE GIANTS: Had the worst start of his career in his outing against the Giants on June 2, 2008 in San Francisco, getting just one out and allowing six runs, earned, and five hits before being pulled in the 10-2 loss...Also allowed two home runs and walked two. CAREER AT CITI FIELD: Is 3-4 with a 6.75 ERA in 10 starts at Citi Field, including 0-2 in three starts there this season.

Last Loss vs. Giants: Went .1 of an inning and allowed six runs in a 10-2 loss on June 2, 2008 in San Francisco. Career vs. Giants: Is 0-5 with a 7.07 ERA in nine starts against the Giants...Has received the loss in five of his last seven matchups against the Giants. Key Matchups: • Aaron Rowand- .357 (5-14, 0 HR, 1 BB, 1 RBI, 5 K) • Mark DeRosa- .556 (5-9, 1 HR, 5 RBI, 1 K) • Bengie Molina- .500 (3-6, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 1 K)

NEW YORK METS PITCHING BREAKDOWN W-L ERA IP H STARTERS 9-7 4.09 160.2 170 RELIEVERS 7-6 2.75 104.2 81 TOTALS 16-13 3.56 265.1 251

R ER 77 73 33 32 110 105

BB K HR 69 132 16 54 98 10 123 230 26

AVG .271 .214 .250

HOME ROAD TOTALS

W-L ERA IP H 12-5 2.76 150.0 130 4-8 4.60 115.1 121 16-13 3.56 265.1 251

R ER 49 46 61 59 110 105

BB K HR 77 132 7 46 98 19 123 230 26

AVG .234 .269 .250


BATTER PAGES

MAY 8, 2010 VS. SAN FRANCISCO

#21

ROD BARAJAS

.244, 9 HR, 17 RBI

#44

PAGE 3

JASON BAY

.238, 1 HR, 10 RBI

Last Game: 2-4, 2 R, 2 HR, 3 RBI Streak: 2 Games (3-8) Last HR: 5/07, vs. SF (Sanchez, Romo) Team Last 10: .346 (9-26) RISP: .286 (6-21, 8 RBI) Home: .217 (10-46, 5 HR) Homestand: . 500 (2-4, 2 R, 2 HR, 2 RBI) Career vs. SF: .188 (16-85, 7 R, 3 2B, 3 HR, 7 RBI)

Last Game: 1-4, 2B, RBI Streak: 1 Game (1-4) Last HR: 4/27, vs. LAD (H. Kuroda) Team Last 10: .184 (7-38) RISP: .212 (7-33, 7 RBI) Home: .305 (18-59, 1 HR) Homestand: . 250 (1-4, 2B, RBI) Career vs. SF: .292 (28-96, 17 R, 7 2B, 1 3B, 3 HR, 18 RBI)

• Has seven home runs, 10 runs scored and 11 RBI in his last 11 games...Has six home runs in his last five starts. • Hit his second career walk-off home run and the first in the history of Citi Field on May 7th vs. SF (S. Romo). • Has three multi home run games (5/7 vs. SF, 4/30 at PHL, 4/9 vs. WAS)...He has 10 multi-home run games in his career...Is the first Mets catcher since Piazza in 2002 to have three multi-HR games in a season. • His nine HR are the most among catchers in the Major Leagues.

• Is 1-18 (.055) dating to May 2nd...Snapped an 0-14 drought with a double in the first inning on May 7th vs. SF. • Hit his first home run with the Mets in the first game of a double header on April 27th vs. LAD (Kuroda)...Had gone a career-high 108 at-bats between home runs. • Collected his first OF assist on April 21 vs. CHC (G. Soto). • His 33 strikeouts are tied for seventh most in the National League...Has 10 strikeouts in his last nine games.

SEASON HIGHS

SEASON HIGHS H - 3 ( 4/30 at PHL)

#4

R - 3 (4/30 at PHL) RBI - 3 ( 2x ,5/7 vs. SF) SB -

HENRY BLANCO

.240, 0 HR, 2 RBI

H - 3 (4/24, ATL)

#1

R - 2 (3x, 4/28, LAD)

RBI - 1 (10x, 5/7, SF)

LUIS CASTILLO

SB - 1 (2x, 5/1 at PHL)

.259, 0 HR, 7 RBI

Last Game: Did Not Play Streak: 3 Games (3-10) Last HR: 10/02/09, SD vs. SF (D. Runzler) Team Last 10: .400 (4-10) RISP: .000 (0-4, 2 RBI) Home: .333 (4-12, 0 HR) Homestand: .000 (0-0) Career vs. SF: .186 (18-97, 8 R, 4 2B, 1 3B, 4 HR, 11 RBI)

Last Game: 0-3, BB, SB Streak: 0 Games (0-4, 2 G) Last HR: 8/16/09, vs. SF (J. Sanchez) Team Last 10: .231 (6-26) RISP: .167 (2-12, 6 RBI) Home: .244 (10-41, 0 HR) Homestand: .000 (0-3, BB, SB) Career vs. SF: .266 (67-252, 32 R, 5 2B, 4 3B, 1 HR, 12 RBI)

• Has thrown out all five would-be base stealers during the 2010 season...Is third among active catchers in caught stealing percentage at 41.1% (223-543). • Has hit safely in five of his last six starts...Is batting .375 (6-16) with two doubles and an RBI in these games. • Stole his first base of the season and his first since July 28, 2001 in the fifth inning on April 24th vs. ATL...He had gone 567 games in between stolen bases.

• Both of his extra-base hits have come as a righthanded hitter. • Committed his first error of the season on May 7th vs. SF...Was one of only five qualifying second baseman in MLB to not commit an error through the first month of the season. • Has only three strikeouts in 81 at-bats to start the 2010 season. • Stole two bases on August 25th vs. ATL...Since being acquired by the Mets on July 31, 2007 is 45-57 (78.9%) in stolen bases. • Has reached base safely in 21 of his first 24 games.

SEASON HIGHS H - 2 (4/27, LAD)

#27

R - 1 (4/27, LAD)

SEASON HIGHS

RBI - 1 (2x, 4/24, ATL) SB - 1 (4/25, COL)

FRANK CATALANOTTO .174, 0 HR, 1 RBI

Last Game: Did Not Play Last HR: 7/11/09, MIL vs. LAD (J. Weaver) RISP: .500 (1-2, 1 RBI) Homestand: .000 (0-0) Career vs. SF: .296 (8-27, 4 R, 2 2B, 1 RBI)

Streak:1 Game (1-1) Team Last 10: .286 (2-7) Home: .100 (1-10, 0 HR)

• Is hitting. 200 (2-10) in his last 10 plate appearances. • Is hitting .150 (3-20) as a pinch hitter this season...For his career, has a .265 (65-245) batting average as a pinch hitter which is third among active players. • Made his first start of the year on April 18th at STL...Started at 1B and batted fourth for the first time in his career. • Collected his first hit and RBI of the season with an RBI single to left field off of Ryan Franklin on April 16th at STL.

H - 2 (5x, 5/3, at CIN)

#13

ALEX CORA

#29

R - 1 (4/18 at STL)

• Is 3-19 (.158) over his last seven games with an at-bat. • Has made three starts at shortstop and eight starts at second base...Played his third career game at first base on April 17 at STL....Has hit safely in six of his 10 games as a starter. • Underwent surgeries to repair two ligaments in both his left and right thumbs toward the end of the 2009 season, and did not appear in a game after August 12th.

SEASON HIGHS

RBI - 1 (4/16 at STL) SB -

IKE DAVIS

.179, 0 HR, 4 RBI

Last Game: Did Not Play Streak: 1 Game (1-2) Last HR: 08/08/09, vs. SD (M. Latos) Team Last 10: .222 (2-9) RISP: .182 (2-11, 4 RBI) Home: .207 (6-29, 0 HR) Homestand: .000 (0-0) Career vs. SF: .216 (48-222, 18 R, 6 2B, 5 HR, 18 RBI)

SEASON HIGHS H - 1(3x, 4/18 at STL)

R - 2 (4/15 at COL) RBI - 2 (2x, 4/27, LAD) SB - 2 (4/25, ATL)

.314, 3 HR, 8 RBI

H - 1 (5x, 4/19 , CHC)

#12

R - 2 (4/7, FLA) RBI - 1 ( 2x, 4/9, WAS)

JEFF FRANCOEUR

SB -

.253, 4 HR, 16 RBI

Last Game: 2-3, 3 R, 2 HR, 2 RBI, BB, K Streak: 4 Games (5-15) Last HR: 5/07 vs. SF (2x - J. Sanchez) Team Last 10: .310 (9-29) RISP: .333 (4-12, 5 RBI) Home: .382 (13-34, 3 HR) Homestand: . 666 (2-3, 3 R, 2 HR, 2 RBI, BB, K) Career vs. SF: .666 (2-3, 3 R, 2 HR, 2 RBI)

Last Game: 0-4, 2 K Streak: 0 Games (0-4, 1 G) Last HR: 4/30, at PHL (K. Kendrick) Team Last 10: .172 (5-29) RISP: .200 (6-30, 9 RBI) Home: .271 (16-59, 2 HR) Homestand: .000 (0-4, 2 K) Career vs. SF: .254 (33-130, 15 R, 7 2B, 2 HR, 16 RBI)

• Is hitting .636 (7-11) against left handed pitchers. • Had his first two home run game on May 7th vs. SF (2x - J. Sanchez). • Has reached base safely in 15 of his 16 starts. • Hit his first major league home run on April 23rd vs. ATL...The home run tied the score at 1-1. (K.Kawakami) • Made his MLB debut on April 19th vs. Chicago...Collected his first hit in his first at-bat...Also drove in his first run with an RBI single in the seventh off of Sean Marshall.

• Has six RBI in his last eight games. • Snapped a career-long 0-24 slump with an RBI single on April 22nd...Is 5-29 (.172) over his last 10 games. • Recorded the seventh multi-home run game of his career on April 9th vs. Washington...It was his first with the Mets and the first since April 12, 2008 with Atlanta vs. Washington. • Collected his fourth OF assist of the season on May 2nd at PHL...His 74 assists since ‘05 are the most in the major leagues.

SEASON HIGHS H - 2 (3x, 5/7, SF)

#19

R - 3 (5/7, SF)

RBI - 3 (4/27, LAD)

SEASON HIGHS SB -

GARY MATTHEWS, JR. .143, 0 HR, 0 RBI

H - 2 (5x, 4/15 at STL)

#16

R - 2 (at 4/16 at STL) RBI - 3 ( 4/9, WAS) SB - 1 (2x, 5/1, at PHL)

ANGEL PAGAN

.253, 1 HR, 10 RBI

Last Game: Did Not Play Streak:1 Game (1-4) Last HR: 9/20/09, LAA at TEX (D. Holland) Team Last 10: .071 (1-14) RISP: .071 (1-14) Home: .105 (2-19, 0 HR) Homestand: .000 (0-0) Career vs. SF: .185 (17-92, 9 R, 4 2B, 1 HR, 7 RBI)

Last Game: 0-4 Streak: 0 Games (0-4) Last HR: 4/19, vs. CHC (J. Russell) Team Last 10: .289 (11-38) RISP: .400 (6-15, 8 RBI) Home: .189 (10-53, 1 HR) Homestand: . 000 (0-4) Career vs. SF: .208 (5-24, 4 R, 3 2B, 1 HR, 3 RBI)

• Is hitting .103 (4-39) since April 7th with 16 strikeouts in his 39 atbats...Has one hit in his last 19 at-bats. • Colllected his first outfield assist on May 5th at CIN...Threw out Ramon Hernandez at home plate in the fourth inning. • Went 2-3 with two runs scored, a double and a walk in his 2010 Mets debut on April 5th vs. Florida. • Acquired from the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on January 22nd in exchange for RHP Brian Stokes.

• Is hitting .289 (11-38) with seven runs scored, two doubles, two triples and four RBI in his last nine games. • Scored three runs on April 27th vs. LAD in game two. • Hit his first home run of the season and his first in 172 at-bats, dating to August 2009 on April 19th vs. Chicago. • Became the first Met of the 2010 season to collect three hits (April 17th at STL)...Also scored the winning run in the Mets 2-1, 20-inning victory over the Cardinals.

SEASON HIGHS H - 2 (4/5 vs. FLA)

R - 2 (4/5 vs. FLA)

RBI -

SEASON HIGHS SB - 1 (4/14 at COL)

H - 3 (3x,5/5, at CIN) R - 3 (4/27, LAD) RBI - 2 (2x 4/19 , CHC)

SB - 1 (3x 5/5, CIN)


BATTER PAGES

MAY 8, 2010 VS. SAN FRANCSICO

#7

JOSE REYES

.236, 0 HR, 9 RBI

#17

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FERNANDO TATIS

.200, 1 HR, 5 RBI

Last Game: 2-4, R, K, SB Streak: 1 Game (2-4) Last HR: 5/07/09, vs. PHI (J. Moyer) Team Last 10: .227 (10-44) RISP: .200 (6-30, 9 RBI) Home: .333(16-48, 0 HR) Homestand: . 500 (2-4, R, K, SB) Career vs. SF: .297 (35-118, 22 R, 8 2B, 3 3B, 1 HR, 15 RBI)

Last Game: Did Not Play Streak: 0 Games (0-2, 2 G) Last HR: 4/20, vs. CHC (J. Grabow) Team Last 10: .125 (1-8) RISP: .250 (3-12, 5 RBI) Home: .333 (5-15, 1 HR) Homestand: .000 (0-0) Career vs. SF: .230 (32-139, 19 R, 11 2B, 1 3B, 7 HR, 25 RBI)

• Has an RBI in three of his last four games. • Is hitting .231 (6-26) over his last six games. • Scored three runs in game two on April 27th vs. LAD. • Since 2005, the Mets are 258-106 (.712) when he scores a run. • Hit third in the batting order on April 23rd vs. ATL to snap a string of 591 starts in the leadoff spot...Went 2-4 with a run scored, a double and a triple...In 13 games hitting third in the order, is batting .245 (13-53) with nine runs scored.

• Batting .150 (3-20) over his last 12 games with an at-bat. • Is hitting .444 (4-9) as a pinch hitter this season with one home run and three RBI. • Hit his first home run of the season, a pinch-hit, two-run blast on April 20th vs. CHC...It was the third pinch-hit home run of his career. • Got his first at-bat of 2010 as a pinch hitter on April 7th vs. Florida...Lined a single in his first plate appearance.

SEASON HIGHS H - 4 (4/20, CHC)

R - 3 (4/27, LAD)

SEASON HIGHS

RBI - 2 (4/20, CHC)

#5

SB - 1 (5x, 5/7, SF)

H - 1 (7x, 5/2, at PHI) R - 1 (2x, 4/20, CHC) RBI - 2 (4/20, CHC)

DAVID WRIGHT

SB -

.287, 7 HR, 21 RBI

Last Game: 1-3, BB, K, SB Streak: 10 Games (15-38) Last HR: 5/05, at CIN (J. Cueto) Team Last 10: .395 (15-38) RISP: .333 (9-27, 14 RBI) Home: .296 (16-54, 1 HR) Homestand: .333 (1-3, BB, K, SB) Career vs. SF: .370 (50-135, 23 R, 17 2B, 4 HR, 22 RBI) • Has 11 RBI in his last nine games...Has four HR in his last seven games. • Hit his sixth road home run on May 5th...Had five road HR all of 2009. • Hit his seventh home run of the year on May 4th at CIN in his 96th at-bat...Last year hit his eighth home run on August 5, 2009 vs. STL (393rd at-bat) • Has 22 walks, tied for third most in the National League...His eight stolen bases are tied for third in the National League. • Is sixth in the NL with 34 strikeouts...Struck out in 13 consecutive games for the first time in his career. (4/14-4/27#1).

SEASON HIGHS H- 3 ( 4/27, LAD)

R- 1 (15x ,5/3, at CIN)

RBI- 4 (4/27, LAD)

Mets vs. Todd Wellemeyer Barajas Bay Blanco Castillo Catalanotto Cora Davis

- .000 (0-0) - .188 (3-16, 2 HR) - .000 (0-1) - .556 (5-9) - .750 (3-4) - .250 (1-4) - .000 (0-0)

SB- 1 (8x, 5/7, SF)

Team Situational Hitting

Francoeur - .400 (2-5, 1 HR) Matthews, Jr. - .500 (2-4) Pagan - .000 (0-0) Reyes - .333 (4-12) Tatis - .333 (1-3) Wright - .727 (8-11)

vs. Left vs. Right Home Away Day Night

.249 (60-241) .232 (169-727) .255 (136-533) .214 (93-435) .219 (69-315) .245 (160-653)

METS HOME RUN BREAKDOWN 1R 2R 3R GS Barajas Bay Blanco Castillo Catalanatto Cora Davis Francoeur Matthews, Jr. Pagan Reyes Tatis Wright TOTALS

Game Go Last Total Home Road Tying Ahead HR

2

0

0

9

5

4

1

4

1

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0 0 0 0 3 3

0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 3 4

0 0 0 0 3 2

0 0 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 1 0

0 0 0 0 3 17

0 1 0 1 3 9

0 0 0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1 7 27

0 1 0 1 1 15

0 0 0 0 5 12

0 0 0 0 1 3

AB’s Since

5/7

0

0

4/27

36

0 0 0 0 1 1

10/02 8/16 7/11 8/09 5/7 4/30

26 234 122 49 1 19

0 1 0 0 4 11

9/20 4/19 5/07 4/20 5/5

62 59 142 10 5

METS OFFENSIVE BREAKDOWN

Barajas Bay Blanco Castillo Catalanatto Cora Davis Francoeur Matthews, Jr. Pagan Reyes Tatis Wright TOTALS

.235 (135-574) .239 (94-394) .231 (56-242) .228 (28-123) .174 (4-23)

MISC. HOME RUN

7

Multi-Hits 2H 3H 4H 5H

None On Runners On Scoring Pos. Sco. Pos /2 Out Bases Loaded

Two Home Run Games: •Rod Barajas - 4/9 vs. WAS (Garrett Mock & Miguel Batista) •Jeff Francoeur - 4/9 vs. WAS (Garrett Mock & Tyler Walker) •Rod Barajas - 4/30 at PHL (Kyle Kendrick & Brad Lidge) •Ike Davis - 5/7 vs. SF (Jonathan Sanchez) •Rod Barajas - 5/7 vs. SF (Jonathan Sanchez & Sergio Romo) Three Run Home Run Games:

Pepsi Porch Home Runs - Mets: •Mike Jacobs - 4/11 vs. WAS (Brian Bruney) •Ike Davis - 5/7 vs. SF (Jonathan Sanchez) Grand Slam Home Runs:

Total

2

3

RBI Breakdown 4 5+ GA GW 2-Out Total

5

1

0

0

6

2

2

0

0

2

3

3

17

2 1 5 0 0 2 6 1

1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 1 5 0 0 3 6 1

0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 1 0 0 1 4 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

3 0 2 0 1 5 7 0

10 2 7 1 4 8 16 0

2 6

3 0

0 1

0 0

5 7

3 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

2 3

1 2

2 2

10 9

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

5

5

5 35

1 7

0 1

0 0

6 43

4 16

1 4

1 1

0 0

6 21

4 14

9 40

21 114

Pinch Hit Home Runs: •Fernando Tatis - 4/20 vs. CHC (John Grabow - Bottom 8th)

Leadoff Home Runs:

Walk-Off Home Runs: •Rod Barajas - 5/7 vs. SF (Sergio Romo - Bottom 9th)


MAY 8, 2010 VS. SAN FRANCISCO

BULLPEN

# 36 MANNY ACOSTA - RHP

1-1, 6.75 ERA, 0 SV

Last Win: 4.24 vs. ATL First Batter: 5-5

Last Loss: 5.3 @ CIN SV/OP (Last): 0-0 Holds: 0 Inherited Runners/Strand: 2-2

• Manny Acosta took the loss on 5/3 @ CIN allowing a walk-off home run to Laynce Nix ...Snapped his scoreless streak at 3.2 innings...Is unscored upon in three of five outings. • Earned his first win with the Mets on 4/24 vs. ATL with 1.2 scoreless innings. • Was recalled from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League on 4/21...Worked 1.1 innings that night vs. the Cubs and allowed three runs...Was claimed off waivers from Atlanta on 3/30. • Pitched in five games for Buffalo, going 0-1 with a 2.16 ERA (2 ER/8.1 IP) with nine strikeouts.

# 25 PEDRO FELICIANO - LHP Last Win: 5.4 @ CIN First Batter: 14-16

1-1, 1.38 ERA, 0 SV

Last Loss: 5.5 @ CIN SV/OP (Last): 0-0 Holds: 3 Inherited Runners/Strand: 6-6

• Pedro Feliciano has pitched in 16 of New York’s 29 games...Has stranded all six inherited runners...Lefties are hitting .100 (2-20) off him...Retired 13 of 16 first batters faced. • Did allow a run over 6.0 innings before surrendering a walkoff home run on 5/5 @ CIN to Orlando Cabrera...Is unscored upon in 14 of his 16 outings. • Picked up the win on 5/4 @ CIN retiring the only batter he faced. Had holds in three straight appearances (4/22-4/24)...Holds the club record for holds with 78.

# 32 JENRRY MEJIA - RHP Last Win: None First Batter: 9-13

0-1, 1.38 ERA, 0 SV

Last Loss: 4.14 @COL SV/OP (Last): 0-0 Holds: 1 Inherited Runners/Strand: 1-1

• Jenrry (Henry) Mejia has thrown 9.0 scoreless innings dating back to 4/16 and is unscored in 11 of his 13 appearances...Lefties are 3-14 (.214) off him...Earned first career hold, 5/4 @ CIN. • Holding opponents to a .083 (1-12) with runners in scoring position. • Suffered the loss on 4/14 @ COL when he surrendered a walkoff home run to Chris Iannetta. • Is the youngest player in the majors and the youngest pitcher to make the Mets Opening Day roster since Dwight Gooden in 1984....Posted a 1.59 ERA in 11 spring training games...In 17.0 innings, he allowed 15 hits, nine runs, three earned, with three walks and nine strikeouts.

# 38 FERNANDO NIEVE - RHP Last Win: 4.19 vs. CHI First Batter: 11-18

1-1, 3.63 ERA, 0 SV

Last Loss: 4.16 @STL SV/OP (Last): 0-2 Holds: 5 Inherited Runners/Strand: 13-12

• Fernando Nieve (Knee-A-vey) has pitched in 18 of New York’s 29 games...Had his 10.2 scoreless innings streak snapped on 5/4 @ CIN with a blown save allowing two home runs. • Is tied for the major league lead in apppearances...Notched his fifth hold on 5/7 vs. SF...Picked up the win on 4/19 vs. CHI with 1.1 scoreless innings. • Is unscored upon in 15 of his 18 appearances...Has allowed two runs in his last 12 innings (1.50 ERA)...Took the loss on 4/16 @ STL allowing two runs without recording an out.

# 75 FRANCISCO RODRIGUEZ - RHP

2-0, 1.32 ERA, 4 SV

Last Win: 5.7 vs. SF Last Loss: 9.30.09 @WAS SV/OP (Last): (4-6), 5.4 @ CIN First Batter: 10-13 Holds: 0 Inherited Runners/Strand: 2-1 • Francisco Rodriguez had his 7.2 scoreless innings snapped on 5.7 vs. SF with a blown save...Has 18 strikeouts in 13.2 innings of work...Unscored upon in 11 of his 13 games. • Notched a one-run save on 5/4 @ CIN...Has held righthanded batters to a .161 (5-31). • Notched his first save of the year on 4/22 vs. CHI...It was his first five-out save since 7/2/05 at KC with the Angels...His last save longer than 1.0 inning was 7/1/07 at Baltimore. • Tossed 4.0 scoreless innings before suffering a blown save on 4/17 @ STL...Credited with the win in the Mets 2-1, 20-inning win. • Over the last six years (2005-2010), he leads the majors with 232 saves.

# 47 HISANORI TAKAHASHI - LHP

2-1, 3.37 ERA, 0 SV

Last Win: 4.27 vs. LA(G2) Last Loss: 4.7 vs. FLA SV/OP (Last): 0-0 First Batter: 6-10 Holds: 1 Inherited Runners/Strand: 6-3 •. Hisanori (He-sa-nor-e) Takahashi retired all nine batters he faced on 5/5 @ CIN with four strikeouts...Has pitched more than 1.0 inning in his last seven outings...Hurled 3.1 innings to pick up the win on 4/27 vs. LA in game two. • Is second among ML relievers with 26 strikeouts and ranks sixth in innings pitched (18.2). •. Earned his first ML win on 4/23 vs. ATL working 3.0 innings...Struck out 7 batters, the most by a Mets reliever since Rick Reed on 4/9/97 at LA (also 7 strikeouts)...Collected his first major league hit, a single, in that contest....Only two other pitchers in team history have recorded seven-or-more strikeouts while pitching 3.0-or-fewer innings in a game: Galen Cisco on 5/25/65 (7K, 3 IP vs. PHI) and Skip Lockwood on 9/19/76 (7K, 3 IP vs. PIT).

# 22 RAUL VALDES - LHP Last Win: None First Batter: 4-9

Last Loss: None Holds: 1

0-0, 3.55 ERA, 0 SV SV/OP (Last): 0-1 Inherited Runners/Strand: 2-2

• Raul Valdes is unscored upon in 6 of 9 appearances...Had a blown save on 4/16 @ STL allowing a grand slam to Felipe Lopez...Had pitched 5.0 scoreless innings from 4/11-4/14... Made his major league debut on 4/11 vs. WAS after his contract was selected from Buffalo. • Tossed a career-high 3.0 innings on 5/1 @ PHI, allowed four runs and fanned six batters ...Was in Spring Training with the Mets on loan from Tabasco of the Mexican League.

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METS BULLPEN TOTALS Wins: 7 Losses: 6 Holds: 12 Saves/Op: 5-10 ERA: 2.71 (31 ER - 103.0 IP) First Batter Faced/Retired: 91-64 (70 %) Interited Runners/Stranded: 30-24 (80 %)

PEN NOTES •The Mets pen is third in the National League and fourth in the majors with a 2.75 ERA...Also is second in the majors with a .214 batting average against...Is third in the majors with seven wins and is tied for six in the majors with six losses...The pen is second in the majors with 104.2 innings pitched...New York relievers have fanned 98 batters, the fourth-most in the majors...The Mets pen has surrendered 6 HR in their last five games.

BULLPEN BY MONTH W-L April 5-4 May 2-2

ERA 2.45 4.43

Sv-Op IP H R 4-7 84.1 59 23 1-3 20.1 22 10

ER BB K 23 52 80 9 2 18

BULLPEN - LAST 3 SERIES Opp @PHI @CIN SF

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

IP 10.1 10.1 1.2

H 14 7 3

R 5 4 1

ER 4 4 1

BB 2 1 0

K 11 6 2

HR 0 4 1

LAST FIVE APPEARANCES DATE 4.20 4.24 4.30 5.1 5.3

OPP SWB ATL @PHI @PHI @CIN

MANNY ACOSTA DEC IP H R ER ND 0.2 1 0 0 W 1.2 0 0 0 ND 1.0 1 0 0 ND 1.0 0 0 0 L 0.1 1 1 1

BB K 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0 1

DATE 4.28 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5

OPP LA @PHI @CIN @CIN @CIN

PEDRO FELICIANO DEC IP H R ER ND 0.2 0 0 0 ND 1.0 2 0 0 ND 1.0 1 0 0 W 0.1 0 0 0 L 0.0 1 1 1

BB K 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0 1

DATE 4.22 4.27 4.30 5.3 5.4

OPP CHI LAG2 @PHI @CIN @CIN

JENRRY MEJIA DEC IP H R ER ND 0.0 0 0 0 ND 1.0 0 0 0 ND 1.0 1 0 0 ND 1.0 2 0 0 H 1.0 0 0 0

BB K 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0 0

DATE 4.28 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.7

OPP LA @PHI @CIN @CIN SF

FERNANDO NIEVE DEC IP H R ER H 1.1 0 0 0 ND 1.0 0 0 0 ND 2.0 0 0 0 BS 0.2 2 2 2 H 0.2 0 0 0

BB K 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 2 0

DATE 4.24 4.28 5.2 5.4 5.7

FRANCISCO RODRIGUEZ OPP DEC IP H R ER BB K ATL S 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 LA ND 1.0 1 0 0 1 3 @PHI ND 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 @CIN S 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 SF W 1.0 3 1 1 0 2

HR 0 0 0 0 1

HISANORI TAKAHASHI DEC IP H R ER BB K ND 2.0 2 3 3 3 1 W 3.0 2 1 1 1 7 LAG2 W 3.1 2 1 1 1 5 @PHI ND 1.1 5 1 1 0 1 @CIN ND 3.0 0 0 0 0 4

HR 0 0 0 0 0

RAUL VALDES DEC IP H R ER ND 0.2 2 0 0 H 0.1 0 0 0 ND 0.0 0 0 0 LAG2 ND 1.0 2 1 1 @PHI ND 3.0 5 4 3

HR 0 0 0 0 0

DATE 4.21 4.23 4.27 5.2 5.5

OPP CHI ATL

DATE 4.21 4.23 4.25 4.27 5.1

OPP CHI ATL ATL

BB K 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6


HIGH/LOW & CHARTS

MAY 8, 2010 VS. SAN FRANCISCO INDIVIDUAL BATTING HIGHS

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING HIGHS

Longest Hitting Streak..........................10 games, twice, last, Wright, April 27-present Most Runs, Nine Inning Game .................................3, 4 times, last, Davis, 5/7 vs. SF Most Runs, Extra Inning Game.......................................................2, Bay, 4/7 vs. FLA Most Hits, Nine Inning Game.. ..................................................4, Reyes, 4/20 vs. CHI Most Hits, Extra Inning Game ....................................3, twice, last, Pagan, 5/5 @ CIN Most Doubles, Game ............................................1, many times, last Bay, 5/7 vs. SF Most Triples, Game .............................................1, 11 times, last, Pagan, 4/30 @ PHI Most Home Runs, Game .........................2, 5 times, last, Barajas & Davis, 5/7 vs. SF Walkoff Home Run......................................................................1, Barajas, 5/7 vs. SF Pinch-Hit Home Run ....................................................1, Tatis, 4/20 vs. CHI (Grabow) Most Home Runs, Consecutive Games .....................2, 3 times, last, Wright, 5/4 - 5/5 Most RBI, Game .................................................................4, Wright, 4/27 vs. LA (G2) Most Walks, Game ...................................................................3, Wright, 4/15 @ COL Most Walks, Extra Innings .........................................................3, Wright, 4/17 @ STL Most Total Bases, Game ........................................................10, Barajas, 4/30 @ PHI Most Extra Base Hits, Game....................................................3, Barajas, 4/30 @ PHI Most Stolen Bases, Game ......................................................2, Castillo, 4/25 vs. ATL

TEAM BATTING HIGHS Most Runs, Game .........................................................................10, 4/27 vs. LA (G2) Most Runs, Consecutive Games .....................................................17, 4/27 (G2)-4/28 Most Runs, Inning................................................................5, 7th inning, 4/19 vs. CHI Most Hits, Game..................................................................................12, 4/9 vs. WAS Fewest Runs, Game.................................................................................0, 5/1 @ PHI Fewest Hits, Game...................................................................................3, 5/1 @ PHI Most Hits, Inning...................................................................4, 2nd inning, 4/28 vs. LA Most Total Bases, Game ......................................................................27, 4/30 @ PHI Most Doubles, Game ..............................................................................5, 4/28 vs. LA Most Triples, Game .......................................................2, twice, last, 4/27 vs. LA (G2) Most Home Runs, Game .....................................................4, 3 times, last, 5/7 vs. SF Home Runs, Consecutive Games ...................................3, 3 times, last, 5/4 - present Most Home Runs, Inning ..................................2, 3 times, last, 2nd inning, 5/7 vs. SF Back-to-Back Home Runs .............Davis & Barajas, 2nd inning, 5/7 vs. SF (Sanchez) Most Extra Base Hits, Game ..................................................................8, 4/30 @ PHI Most Walks, Nine Inning Game ...........................6, three times, last, 4/27 vs. LA (G2) Most Walks, Extra Inning Game .............................................................9, 4/7 vs. FLA Most Strikeouts, Nine Inning Game .....................................................12, 4/16 @ STL Most Strikeouts, Extra Inning Game ....................................................16, 4/17 @ STL Most Stolen Bases, Game ...................................................3, 3 times, last, 5/7 vs. SF Most Runners LOB, Nine Inning Game.............................................12, 4/10 vs. WAS Most Runners LOB, Extra Inning Game ..............................................13, 4/17 @ STL Most Double Plays Hit into, Game ..................................................2, 4/27 vs. LA (G2)

FIELDING Most Errors, Team, Nine Inning Game......................................................3, 5/7 vs. SF Most Errors, Team, Extra Inning Game .................................................2, 4/17 @ STL Most Errors, Individual, Game........1, many times, last, Pelfrey, Castillo, Barajas, 5/7 vs. SF

Most Double Plays Turned, Nine Inning Game ...................................3, 4/10 vs. WAS Most Double Plays Turned, Extra Inning, Game....................................4, 4/17 @ STL Consecutive Errorless Games, Team ............................................................3, 4/7-4/9

STARTERS BY POSITION

Most Runs Allowed, Game......................................................10, Santana, 5/2 @ PHI Most Hits Allowed, Game............................................................12, Niese, 5/5 @ CIN Most Home Runs Allowed, Game .............................................4, Santana, 5/2 @ PHI Most Home Runs Allowed, Inning.....................2, 4 times, last, Niese, 5th, 5/5 @ CIN Most Strikeouts, Game, Starter .................................9, twice, last, Maine, 4/28 vs. LA Most Strikeouts, Game, Reliever ........................................7, Takahashi, 4/23 vs. ATL Most Walks, Game.....................................................................5, Niese, 4/24 vs. ATL Longest Winning Streak................................................................4, Pelfrey, 4/9 - 4/25 Longest Losing Streak.............................................................2, Perez, 4/10 - present Most Innings Pitched, Game .........................................7.1 innings,Pelfrey, 5/7 vs. SF Most Innings Pitched, Reliever......................3.1 innings, Takahashi, 4/27 vs. LA (G2) Most Consecutive Scoreless Inn., Starter..............................27.0 IP, Pelfrey, 4/9 - 5/1 Most Consecutive Scoreless Inn., Reliever ...........................10.2 IP, Nieve, 4/17 - 5/3

TEAM PITCHING HIGHS Most Runs Allowed, Game ...................................................11, twice, last, 5/2 @ PHI Most Runs Allowed, Inning................................................................9, 4th, 5/2 @ PHI Most Hits Allowed, Nine Inning Game ...................................................15 ,5/2 @ STL Most Hits Allowed, Extra Inning ............................................................17, 4/7 vs. FLA Most Hits Allowed, Inning ..................................................................8, 4th, 5/2 @ PHI Fewest Runs Allowed, Game ................................0, four times, last, 4/27 vs. LA (G1) Fewest Hits Allowed, Game ..................................................................3, 4/20 vs. CHI Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings ..........................................19 innings, 4/16-4/17 Most Home Runs Allowed, Game ............................................................4, 5/2 @ PHI Most Strikeouts, Nine Inning Game ......................................................13, 4/28 vs. LA Most Strikeouts, Extra Inning Game ....................................................19, 4/17 @ STL Most Walks Allowed, Nine Inning Game..............................9, twice, last, 4/21 vs. CHI Most Walks Allowed, Extra Inning Game .............................................11, 4/17 @ STL Fewest Walks Allowed, Game.................................................0, twice, last, 5/7 vs. SF Most Pitchers Used, Nine Inning Game..............................5, 7 times, last, 5/4 @ CIN Most Pitchers Used, Extra Inning Game...............................................9, 4/17 @ STL

TEAM MISCELLANEOUS Longest Game, Time, Nine Inning Game ..................................3:20, 4/27 vs. LA (G2) Longest Game, Time, Extra Inning Game ........................................6:53, 4/17 @ STL Shortest Game, Time, Nine Inning Game ...........................................2:27, 5/1 @ PHI Longest Game, Innings ...........................................................20 innings, 4/17 @ STL Largest Paid Attendance, Home ....................................................41,245, 4/5 vs. FLA Largest Paid Attendance, Road.......................................................45,439, 5/2 @ PHI Smallest Paid Attendance, Home.................................................25,684, 4/21 vs. CHI Smallest Paid Attendance, Road.....................................................13,813, 5/4 @ CIN Home Sellouts .................................................................................1, last, 4/5 vs. FLA Longest Winning Streak...............................................................8 games, 4/22 - 4/30 Longest Losing Streak .................................................................4 games, 4/10 - 4/14 Largest Deficit Overcome ........................................2 runs, trailed 2-0 in 2nd, won 8-2 Largest Lead Lost...........................................3 runs, twice, led, 5-2 top 4th, lost, 11-5

OUTFIELD ASSISTS (7) NAME TOTAL (LAST) Francoeur Bay Pagan Matthews, Jr.

C- Barajas - 21, Blanco - 8 1B- Davis - 16, Jacobs - 6, Tatis - 6, Catalanotto - 1 2B- Castillo - 21, Cora - 8 3B- Wright - 29 SS- Reyes - 24, Cora - 3, Tejada - 2 LF- Bay - 28, Pagan - 1 CF- Pagan - 22, Matthews, Jr. - 7 RF- Francoeur - 27, Matthews, Jr. - 2 P- Santana - 6, Maine - 6, Niese - 6, Pelfrey - 6, Perez - 5 DH-

4 1 1 1

5/2 @ PHI 4/21 vs. CHI 5/1 @ PHI 5/5 @ CIN

CATCHERS STEALING NAME

STARTERS BY BATTING ORDER 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th

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Pagan - 15, Reyes - 12, Cora - 2, Matthews, Jr. - 1 Castillo - 22, Cora - 7 Wright - 16, Reyes - 13 Bay - 26, Jacobs - 2, Catalanotto - 1 Wright - 13, Francoeur - 10, Jacobs - 4, Bay - 2 Davis - 15, Tatis - 5, Francoeur - 5, Matthews, Jr - 4 Francoeur - 12, Barajas - 10, Matthews, Jr. - 3, Tatis - 1, Blanco - 1, Pagan -1, Davis - 1 8th - Barajas - 11, Pagan - 7, Blanco - 7, Tejada - 2, Matthews, Jr. - 1, Cora - 1 9th - Santana - 6, Maine - 6, Niese - 6, Pelfrey - 6, Perez - 5

Barajas Blanco TOTALS

CS

ATT

0 5 5

6 5 11

PCT 0% 100 % 45 %

CATCHERS ERA NAME Barajas Blanco TOTALS

ER 81 24 105

INN

ERA

192.1 73.0 265.1

3.79 2.96 3.56

ERRORLESS STREAK TOTAL BATTING ORDERS USED = 22 NAME Beltran Green Igarashi Murphy

DISABLED LIST INJURY recovering, right knee surgery right intercostal muscle strain Moderate Injury to left hamstring Grade 1 sprain, MCL, right knee

2010 RUNS VS. SAN FRANCISCO RUNS SCORED VS. SAN FRANCISCO: 6

ON DL MISSED GMS 3/26 29 4/8 24 4/21 15 3/31 29

MULTI-RUN INNINGS RUNS TIMES LAST 2 3 4 5 6 7

RUNS ALLOWED VS. SAN FRANCISCO: 4

20 7 6 1

5/7 vs. SF (9th) 5/2 @ PHI (1st) 4/30 @ PHI (7th) 4/19 vs. CHI (7th)

7

8

9

10+

NAME G Barajas 0 Bay 213 Blanco 87 Castillo 0 Catalanotto 33 Cora 5 Davis 4 Francoeur 2 Matthews, Jr. 34 Pagan 51 Reyes 7 Tatis 30 Wright 11

NAME NONE

LAST ERROR 5/7/10 8/17/08 7/24/08 5/7/10 6/21/09 4/19/10 5/1/10 5/4/10 8/12/09 9/1/09 4/28/10 9/4/09 4/24/10

EJECTIONS DATE

RECORD BREAKDOWN Leading After 6 ..........................12-1 Tied After 6 ..................................3-2 Trailing After 6 ...........................0-10 Leading After 7 ..........................14-0 Tied After 7 ..................................1-2 Trailing After 7 ...........................0-11 Leading After 8 ..........................14-0 Tied After 8 ..................................1-2 Trailing After 8 ...........................0-11 Out Hit Opponent ......................10-2 Get Out Hit .................................4-10 Equal in Hits ................................2-1 Shutouts ......................................4-1 One Run Games ..........................3-6 Two Run Games ..........................2-2 Extra Innings ...............................1-4 Score 4 or More Runs...............13-4 Score 3 or Less Runs .................3-9 Hit a Home Run ...........................9-5 Hit 2+ Home Runs .......................4-2 Do Not Allow a Home Run........13-2 Starter Goes 6.0 +......................11-5 Starter Goes 7.0 + .......................5-0 Starter Goes 8.0 + .......................0-0 Home ..........................................12-5 Road .............................................4-8 On Grass..................................16-13 On Turf .........................................0-0 Day Games ..................................5-4 Night Games ..............................11-9 Scoring First..............................13-5 Opponent Scores First ...............3-8 vs. NL East...................................6-6 vs. NL Central..............................5-4 vs. NL West..................................5-2 Interleague...................................0-0 Series at Home ............................4-2 Series on Road............................0-4 Overall Series ..............................4-6 First Game of Series ...................7-3 Rubber Game of Series ..............0-5 Series Sweeps.............................2-0 Errorless ......................................5-8 Walkoff .........................................1-2 Steal a Base ...............................11-8 Don’t Steal a Base.......................5-5 vs. LHP Starters ..........................4-4 vs. RHP Starters........................12-9

MISC. WINS RUNS PER 1 INNING OPPONENTS NY METS

2

3

4

5

6

TOTAL

12

7

16

24

16

4

16

5

5

5

110

13

22

5

9

9

21

24 14

8

2

127

Come from Behind Wins ....................4 Last: 5/4 @ CIN Wins in Last At-Bat .............................3 Last: 5/7 vs. SF Walks Off Wins ....................................1 Last: 5/7 vs. SF (Barajas HR)


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS

MAY 8, 2010 VS. SAN FRANCISCO DATE OPP 4/5 FLA 4/7 FLA 4/8 FLA 4/9 WAS 4/10 WAS 4/11 WAS 4/13 @ COL 4/14 @ COL 4/15 @ COL 4/16 @ STL 4/17 @ STL 4/18 @ STL 4/19 CHC 4/20 CHC 4/21 CHC 4/22 CHC 4/23 ATL 4/24 ATL 4/25 ATL 4/26 LAD 4/27(1)LAD (2)LAD 4/28 LAD 4/30 @ PHI

W/L WP LP SV W, 7-1 Santana (1-0) Johnson (0-1) None L,6-7 (10) Nunez (1-0) Takahashi (0-1) Wood (1) L, 1-3 Robertson (1-0) Niese (0-1) Nunez (1) W, 8-2 Pelfrey (1-0) Batista (0-1) None L, 3-4 Lannan (1-1) Perez (0-1) Capps (2) L, 2-5 Hernandez (1-0) Santana (1-1) Capps (3) L, 3-11 G.Smith (1-1) Maine (0-1) None L,5-6 (10) Flores (1-0) Mejia (0-1) None W, 5-0 Pelfrey (2-0) De La Rosa (1-1) None L, 3-4 Carpenter (2-0) Nieve (0-1) Franklin (4) W,2-1 (20) Rodriguez (1-0) Mather (0-1) Pelfrey (1) L, 3-5 Wainwright (3-0) Stoner (0-1) None W, 6-1 Nieve (1-1) Russell (0-1) None W, 4-0 Pelfrey (3-0) Zambrano (1-2) None L, 3-9 Silva (2-0) Perez (0-2) None W, 5-2 Santana (2-1) Gorzelanny (0-2) Rodriguez (1) W, 5-2 Takahashi (1-1) Kawakami (0-3) Rodriguez (2) W, 3-1 Acosta (1-0) Jurrjens (0-2) Rodriguez (3) W, 1-0 (6) Pelfrey (4-0) Hanson (1-2) None PPD-RAIN-RESCHEDULED FOR 4/27 DOUBLEHEADER W, 4-0 Santana (3-1) Kuroda (2-1) None W, 10-5 Takahashi (2-1) Haeger (0-3) None W, 7-3 Maine (1-1) Ely (0-1) None W, 9-1 Niese (1-1) Kendrick (0-1) None

Rec. 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 3-6 3-7 4-7 4-8 5-8 6-8 6-9 7-9 8-9 9-9 10-9 10-9 11-9 12-9 13-9 14-9

Pos. T1st, ----T3rd, -1.0 T4th, -1.0 T2nd, -1.0 T4th, -2.0 5th, -3.0 5th, -4.0 5th, -5.0 5th, -4.0 5th, -5.0 5th, -4.0 5th, -4.0 5th, -3.5 5th, -2.5 5th, -3.5 5th, -3.5 5th, -2.5 4th, -2.5 T2nd, -1.5 3rd, -1.0 ----1st, +0.5 1st, +0.5 1st, +1.0

APRIL TOTALS 14-9 Team ERA: 2.97 Team Batting: .242 DATE OPP W/L WP LP SV Rec. 5/1 @ PHI L, 0-10 Halladay (5-1) Pelfrey (4-1) None 14-10 5/2 @ PHI L, 5-11 Moyer (3-2) Santana (3-2) None 14-11 5/3 @ CIN L, 2-3 (11) Masset (3-1) Acosta (1-1) None 14-12 5/4 @ CIN W, 5-4 Feliciano (1-0) Cordero (1-2) Rodriguez (4) 15-12 5/5 @ CIN L, 4-5 (10) Owings (3-0) Feliciano (1-1) None 15-13 5/7 SFG W, 6-4 Rodriguez (2-0) Romo (0-3) None 16-13 5/8 SFG 5/9 SFG 5/10 WAS 5/11 WAS 5/12 WAS 5/13 @ FLA 5/14 @ FLA 5/15 @ FLA 5/16 @ FLA 5/17 @ ATL 5/18 @ ATL 5/19 @ WAS 5/20 @ WAS 5/21 NYY 5/22 NYY 5/23 NYY 5/25 PHI 5/26 PHI 5/27 PHI 5/28 @ MIL 5/29 @ MIL 5/30 @ MIL 5/31 @ SDP

1st, +1.0 Pos. 1st, +0.5 2nd, -0.5 2nd, -0.5 2nd, -0.5 2nd, -1.5 2nd, -2.0

MAY TOTALS DATE OPP 6/1 @ SDP 6/2 @ SDP 6/4 FLA 6/5 FLA 6/6 FLA 6/8 SDP 6/9 SDP 6/10 SDP 6/11 @ BAL 6/12 @ BAL 6/13 @ BAL 6/15 @ CLE 6/16 @ CLE 6/17 @ CLE 6/18 @ NYY 6/19 @ NYY 6/20 @ NYY 6/22 DET 6/23 DET 6/24 DET 6/25 MIN 6/26 MIN 6/27 MIN 6/28 @ FLA 6/29 @ FLA 6/30 @ FLA

2-4 W/L

JUNE TOTALS

Team ERA: 5.91 WP

LP

Team Batting: .218 SV

PLAYER David Wright

Pedro Feliciano Johan Santana

Pos.

0-0

Team ERA: -.--

Team Batting: .---

0-0

Team ERA: -.--

Team Batting: .---

--Rec.

Pos.

PAGE 7 WP

LP

WP

Team ERA: -.-LP

Team Batting: .----SV Rec.

Pos.

WP

Team ERA: -.-LP

Team Batting: .----SV Rec.

Pos.

SEPTEMBER TOTALS 0-0 Team ERA: -.-DATE OPP W/L WP LP 10/1 WAS 10/2 WAS 10/3 WAS

Team Batting: .----SV Rec.

Pos.

AUGUST TOTALS DATE OPP W/L 9/1 @ ATL 9/2 @ ATL 9/3 @ CHC 9/4 @ CHC 9/5 @ CHC 9/6 @ WAS 9/7 @ WAS 9/8 @ WAS 9/10 PHI 9/11 PHI 9/12 PHI 9/13 PIT 9/14 PIT 9/15 PIT 9/16 PIT 9/17 ATL 9/18 ATL 9/19 ATL 9/21 @ FLA 9/22 @ FLA 9/24 @ PHI 9/25 @ PHI 9/26 @ PHI 9/27 MIL 9/28 MIL 9/29 MIL 9/30 MIL

OCTOBER TOTALS SECOND HALF SEASON TOTALS

DATE OPP W/L WP LP SV 7/1 @ WAS 7/2 @ WAS 7/3 @ WAS 7/4 @ WAS 7/5 CIN 7/6 CIN 7/7 CIN 7/9 ATL 7/10 ATL 7/11 ATL 7/13 ALL-STAR GAME (Angel Stadium of Anaheim - Anaheim, CA) 1st HALF TOTALS

2nd, -2.0 Rec.

DATE OPP W/L 7/15 @ SFG 7/16 @ SFG 7/17 @ SFG 7/18 @ SFG 7/19 @ ARZ 7/20 @ ARZ 7/21 @ ARZ 7/22 @ LAD 7/23 @ LAD 7/24 @ LAD 7/25 @ LAD 7/27 STL 7/28 STL 7/29 STL 7/30 ARZ 7/31 ARZ JULY TOTALS DATE OPP W/L 8/1 ARZ 8/2 @ ATL 8/3 @ ATL 8/4 @ ATL 8/6 @ PHI 8/7 @ PHI 8/8 @ PHI 8/10 COL 8/11 COL 8/12 COL 8/13 PHI 8/14 PHI 8/15 PHI 8/16 @ HOU 8/17 @ HOU 8/18 @ HOU 8/19 @ HOU 8/20 @ PIT 8/21 @ PIT 8/22 @ PIT 8/24 FLA 8/25 FLA 8/26 FLA 8/27 HOU 8/28 HOU 8/29 HOU 8/30 @ ATL 8/31 @ ATL

0-0

0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Team ERA: -.-Team ERA: Team ERA:

RECORD BY MONTH Month

April May June July August September October Totals

Home Road

11-5 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12-5

3-4 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-8

SV

Total

14-9 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 16-13

Rec.

Team Batting: .--Team Batting: Team Batting:

Pos.

---

RECORD BY DAY Month

Sunday Monday Tuesday

Home Road

1-1 2-0 3-0 Wednesday 1-2 Thursday 1-1 Friday 2-0 Saturday 2-1 Totals 12-5

0-2 0-1 1-1 0-2 1-0 1-1 1-1 4-8

Total

1-3 2-1 4-1 1-4 2-1 3-1 3-2 16-13

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UPCOMING METS MILESTONES MILESTONE PLAYER MILESTONE Jose Reyes • 3 doubles to 170 (ties Mookie Wilson • 13 hits to 1,025 (ties Darryl Strawberry for eighth place in franchise history) for seventh place in franchise history) • 15 hits to 1,000 • 35 RBI to 614 (ties Ed Kranepool for Francisco Rodriguez • 3 saves to 250 fourth place in franchise history) • 22 strikeouts to 700 • 7 home runs to 154 (ties Dave Kingman • 17 saves to 56 w/Mets (ties Randy for fourth place in franchise history) Myers for 10th place in franchise history) • 18 games to 401 (ties Tom Seaver for second place in franchise history) • 38 strikeouts to 1,800


LAST TIME IT HAPPENED...

MAY 8, 2010 VS. SAN FRANCISCO

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HITTING Multi-Home Runs, Game .....................................................................................................................................Rod Barajas-2, Ike Davis-2, May 7, 2010 vs. San Francisco Hit for the Cycle ................................................................................................................................................................................Jose Reyes, June 21, 2006 vs. Cincinnati Inside-the-Park Home Run .....................................................................................................................Angel Pagan, August 23, 2009 vs. Philadelphia off Pedro Martinez Leadoff Home Run ..................................................................................................................................Angel Pagan, August 23, 2009 vs. Philadelphia off Pedro Martinez Walk-off Home Run ......................................................................................................................................Rod Barajas, May 7, 2010 vs. San Francisco (off Sergio Romo) Pinch-Hit Home Run..............................................................................................................................Fernando Tatis, April 20, 2010, vs. Chicago (NL) (off John Grabow) Grand Slam .........................................................................................................................................................Angel Pagan, August 1, 2009, vs. Arizona (off Clay Zavada) Pinch-Hit Grand Slam .............................................................................................................................Fernando Tatis, July 27, 2009, vs. Colorado (off Franklin Morales) Walk-off Grand Slam ...............................................................................................................................Kevin McReynolds, June 25, 1991, vs. Montreal (off Scott Ruskin) Three Home Runs, Player ....................................................................Jose Reyes, August 15, 2006, at Philadelphia(1st inning-0 on; 3rd inning-0 on; 8th inning- 1 on) Four Home Runs, Team ..................................................................................................................May 7, 2010 vs. San Francissco (Won, 6-4; Rod Barajas-2, Ike Davis-2) 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 .....................................................................Ike Davis and Rod Barajas, May 7, 2010, vs. San Francisco (off Jonathan Sanchez, 2nd 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 One-Hitter, Complete Game-8 or more innings ..........................................................................................................Aaron Heilman, April 15, 2005, vs. Florida (Won, 4-0) One-Hitter, Combined ..........................................................Pedro Martinez (4.0), Carlos Muniz (1.0), Aaron Heilman (1.0), Scott Schoeneweis (1.0), Billy Wagner (1.0) ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................July 12, 2008 vs. Colorado (Won, 3-0) Two-Hitter, Complete Game ..................................................................................................................................................Alay Soler, June 16, 2006, at Arizona (Won, 5-0) Two-Hitter, Combined ..........................................................................................................John Maine (6.0), Sean Green (1.0), J.J. Putz (1.0), Francisco Rodriguez (1,0) ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................April 27, 2009, vs. Florida (Won, 7-1) Back-to-Back Shutouts, Individual ..........................................................................David Cone, May 19, 1992 at San Diego (8-0) & May 24, 1992 at San Francisco (6-0) Back-to-Back Shutouts, Team..................................................................April 25, 2010 vs. Atlanta (1-0, six innings) & April 27, 2010 vs. Los Angeles, Game One (4-0) 10+ Strikeouts, Individual................................................................................................Nelson Figueroa, August 30, 2009, at Chicago (NL), 10 in 7.0 innings (Won, 4-1) 10+ Strikeouts, Team ................................................................................................................................................................13, April 28, 2010, vs. Los Angeles (Won, 7-3) 15+ Strikeouts, Individual ........................................................................................Al Leiter, August 1, 1999, at Chicago (NL), 15 in 7.0 innings (ND, 5-4, 13 inning-win) 15+ Strikeouts, Team ....................................................................................................................................................19, April 17, 2010, at St. Louis (Won, 2-1, 20 innings) Three Hits, Pitcher ........................................................................................................................................................................Tom Glavine, August 11, 2005 at San Diego Four RBI, Pitcher ....................................................................................................................................................................Dwight Gooden, May 11, 1990 vs. Los Angeles Home Run, Pitcher ....................................................................................................................................................John Maine, July 24, 2007 vs. Pittsburgh (off Ian Snell) Two Home Runs, Pitcher ............................................................................................................................................................Walt Terrell, August 6, 1983, at Chicago (NL)

MISCELLANEOUS Last 1-0 Victory....................................................................................................................................................................................April 25, 2010, vs. Atlanta (six innings) Triple Play ........................................................May 17, 2002 at San Diego, 5th inning, 3B Edgardo Alfonzo-2B Roberto Alomar-1B Mo Vaughn, Batter-Wiki Gonzalez Opponent Triple Play...........................................................................................August 23, 2009 vs. Philadelphia, 2B Eric Bruntlett unassisted, Batter- Jeff Francoeur Position Player Pitching .......................................................................................................................................................Todd Zeile, July 26, 2004, at Montreal (L, 19-10) Pitcher, Pinch Hitting ..............................................................................................................................................Jonathon Niese, April 17, 2010 at St. Louis (Struck out) Opponent Steal of Home.........................................................................................................................................................Brandon Phillips, July 10, 2009 vs. Cincinnati Steal of Home .........................................................................................................................................................................................Moises Alou, May 6, 2008 vs. Arizona

RAIN DELAYS / POSTPONEMENT DATE 4/21 4/26 4/27

OPPONENT Chicago Cubs Atlanta Braves Los Angeles Dodgers

PLAYERS BY POSITION

LENGTH 26 Minutes

WHEN DELAYED Start of the Game 98 Minutes (Game Called) Top of the Sixth Inning Postponed Never Started

PITCHERS (15) - Manny Acosta, Pedro Feliciano, Sean Green, Ryota Igarashi, John Maine, Jenrry Mejia, Jonathon Niese, Fernando Nieve, Mike Pelfrey, Oliver Perez, Francisco Rodriguez, Johan Santana, Tobi Stoner, Hisanori Takahashi, Raul Valdes CATCHER (2) - Rod Barajas, Henry Blanco INFIELDERS (9) - Luis Castillo, Frank Catalanotto, Alex Cora, Ike Davis, Mike Jacobs, Jose Reyes, Fernando Tatis, Ruben Tejada, David Wright

COMPARISON BY GAME, # 30 YEAR 2009 2008 2007

RESULT W, 8-4, PIT L, 1-5, @LAD L, 1-3, @Ari

NEXT GAME vs. Pittsburgh at Los Angeles at Arizona

RECORD 17-13 16-14 19-11

POS. 1st, 1.0 GA 3rd, 1.5 GB T1st, --------

OUTFIELDERS (5) - Jason Bay, Frank Catalanotto, Jeff Francoeur, Gary Matthews, Jr., Angel Pagan TOTAL PLAYERS USED (30)

INSTANT REPLAY REVIEWS DATE 4/11 5/4

OPPONENT Washington Cincinnati

BATTER J.Willingham S.Rolen

PITCHER J.Santana F.Nieve

INNING/OUT 1st/1 out 8th/2 out

INITIAL CALL In Play Home Run

RULING AFTER Home Run Home Run

DELAY 8 minutes 1 min, 45 secs

NEW YORK METS RECENT TRANSACTIONS April 21st- Placed righthanded pitcher RYOTA IGARASHI on the 15-Day Disabled List with a moderate injury to his left hamstring...Recalled righthanded pitcher MANNY ACOSTA from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League. April 19th- Selected the contract of first baseman IKE DAVIS from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League...Optioned righthanded pitcher TOBI STONER to Buffalo. April 18th- Recalled righthanded pitcher TOBI STONER from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League...Designated infielder MIKE JACOBS for assignment. April 14th- Toronto claimed infielder SHAWN BOWMAN off waivers from the Mets...Righthanded pitcher CLINT EVERTS cleared waivers and was outrighted to Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League. April 11th- Placed righthanded pitcher SEAN GREEN on the 15-Day Disabled List, retroactive to April 8th, with a right intercostal muscle strain...Selected the contract of lefthanded pitcher RAUL VALDES from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League...Designated righthanded pitcher CLINT EVERTS for assignment.

retroactive to March 26th, with a hyperactive thyroid...Placed infielder DANIEL MURPHY on the 15-Day Disabled List, retroactive to March 31st, with a Grade 1 sprain of the MCL in his right knee...Optioned catcher OMIR SANTOS to Buffalo...Designated righthanded pitcher NELSON FIGUEROA for assignment...Designated infielder SHAWN BOWMAN for assignment. April 4th- Optioned righthanded pitcher BOBBY PARNELL to Buffalo (AAA) of the International League...Optioned outfielder/infielder CHRIS CARTER to Buffalo. March 31st- Placed righthanded pitcher KELVIM ESCOBAR on the 15-Day Disabled List, retroactive to March 26, 2010 with inflammation in his right shoulder...Place outfielder CARLOS BELTRAN on the 15-Day Disabled List, retroactive to March 26, 2010, recovering from surgery on his right knee...Optioned righthanded pitcher MANNY ACOSTA to Buffalo (AAA) of the International League...Optioned oufielder FERNANDO MARTINEZ to Buffalo...Outrighted lefthanded pitcher PAT MISCH to Buffalo. March 30th- Claimed righthanded pitcher MANNY ACOSTA off waivers from Atlanta. March 29th- Washington claimed catcher CHRIS COSTE off waivers from the METS.

April 10th- Returned shortstop JOSE REYES from his major league rehabilitation assignment and activated him from the 15-Day Disabled List...Optioned shortstop RUBEN TEJADA to Buffalo (AAA) of the International League. April 7th- Philadelphia claimed righthanded pitcher NELSON FIGUEROA off waivers from the Mets. April 5th- Selected the contract of righthanded pitcher JENRRY MEJIA from Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League...Selected the contract of infielder RUBEN TEJADA from Binghamton...Selected the contract of lefthanded pitcher HISANORI TAKAHASHI from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League...Selected the contract of outfielder FRANK CATALANOTTO from Buffalo...Selected the contract of infielder MIKE JACOBS from Buffalo...Placed infielder JOSE REYES on the 15-Day Disabled List,

March 23th- Optioned outfielder JASON PRIDIE to Buffalo (AAA) of the International League...Optioned righthanded pitcher TOBI STONER to Buffalo...Optioned outfielder NICK EVANS to Buffalo. March 17th- Cleveland claimed infielder ANDERSON HERNANDEZ off waivers from the Mets. March 16- Placed infielder ANDERSON HERNANDEZ on waivers. March 15- Optioned righthanded pitcher CLINT EVERTS to Buffalo (AAA) of the International League...Optioned catcher JOSH THOLE to Buffalo...Optioned righthanded pitcher EDDIE KUNZ to Buffalo...Optioned third baseman SHAWN BOWMAN to Buffalo.


Game Notes SF @ NYM // 2010-05-08