5 Alarming New York Mets Statistics so Far in 2014

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5 Alarming New York Mets Statistics so Far in 2014
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Even with a 10-10 record, the New York Mets' 2014 season outlook looks far from hopeful.

In Dave Cameron's April 21st piece on Fangraphs regarding wOBA differential, he calculates the Mets to own the third-worst wOBA run differential—at minus-0.050—in the major leagues.

But while the Mets have seemingly been holding their ground in the competitive National League East, the team also boasts a variety of alarming statistics that must improve in the near future.

For instance, big offseason acquisition Curtis Granderson has failed to be the middle-of-the-order hitter the Mets thought they'd be receiving. In addition to a pathetic park-adjusted 28 OPS+, Granderson has also struck out 30.3 percent of the time.

Read on to see all five alarming New York Mets statistics so far in 2014.

 

All statistics sourced from Baseball-Reference and Fangraphs. OPS+ is a park-adjusted metric sourced from Baseball-Reference.

Make sure to read more of Ben Berkon’s work at The Beanball, and follow Ben on Twitter at @BenBerkon.

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