The Mets have reshaped their roster over the last year and change, saying goodbye to some familiar faces (some beloved, some not) in the process. Every week, we'll take a look at how some of those former Mets are performing with their new teams...
Jarred Kelenic, Mariners (minors)
The Mariners, who acquired Kelenic this offseason in the deal that sent Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz to New York, promoted him to High-A Modesto on Tuesday after he batted .309 with a .981 OPS in Class A ball. He made his presence known right away by homering in his California League debut and is 4-for-13 in his first three games at the new level.
Justin Dunn, Mariners (minors)
The 23-year-old Dunn, traded to the Mariners along with Kelenic in the Diaz/Cano deal, turned in his third quality start of the season for Double-A Arkansas last Sunday, allowing three earned runs over six innings with four strikeouts. The right-hander owns a 1.20 WHIP through nine starts and has fanned 54 batters over 43 1/3 innings.
Matt Harvey, Angels
Harvey remains on the injured list with upper back tightness. He has a 7.50 ERA this year.
Jay Bruce, Mariners
Bruce -- another former Mets included in Diaz/Cano trade -- might be on the move again. As of Sunday afternoon, the Phillies and Mariners were close to a deal that would ship the outfielder to the Mets' NL East rival Phillies, meaning they will likely be seeing plenty of their old friend in the future.
Bruce got off to a big start in the power department, and the 32-year-old slugged a pair of solo homers last week to bring his season total to 14. He has delivered 35 hits on the season and 25 have gone for the extra bases. Overall, Bruce has a .816 OPS this season, despite hitting .212.
Wilmer Flores, Diamondbacks
The Mets paid a visit to the former fan favorite, who is currently on the inured list with a right foot fracture that will likely hold him out until June. Before the injury, Flores had rounded in to form a bit and was hitting .281/.321/.398 with two homers in 41 games (128 at-bats).
Travis d'Arnaud, Rays
After being cut loose by the Mets, d'Arnaud was picked up by the Dodgers and almost immediately shipped to the Rays, where he's essentially in a platoon behind the plate. His best game with Tampa Bay came Monday, when he was 3-for-4 with two doubles and three runs scored. D'Arnaud is hitting .179 with a bleak .406.
Asdrubal Cabrera, Rangers
Cabrera, who the Mets traded to the Phillies last season after nearly three seasons in New York, started off strong as Texas' everyday third baseman. He clubbed six homers in April but only hit three in May. He heated up in the final week of his month, hitting 6-for-16 over a five-game stretch and is batting .232/.318/.435 with nine homers and 31 RBI.