Found September 03, 2013 on Mets360.com:
The minor league regular season is in the home stretch and this seems like a good time to check in and see how big the difference is between Triple-A Las Vegas and the Mets for hitters. It’s always a step up for players going from the minors to the majors and this is even more of an issue with the Mets’ top affiliate playing in one of the most hitter-friendly parks in the minors. So far, there are 16 hitters who have played for both Las Vegas and New York here in 2013. Listed below are the stats for these players in both places, starting with the Mets. table.tableizer-table { border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif font-size: 12px; } .tableizer-table td { padding: 4px; margin: 3px; border: 1px solid #ccc; } .tableizer-table th { background-color: #104E8B; color: #FFF; font-weight: bold; } Player AB H 2B 3B HR BB K HBP SH SF AVG OBP SLG BABIP Mike Baxter 101 21 5 1 0 13 22 5 0 1 .208 .325 .277 .263 Andrew Brown 110 29 5 0 5 7 26 0 2 0 ...
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