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)
Kelenic has somewhat cooled off from his scorching start, but he's once again found his power stroke over the course of the last week. The 19-year-old, who was one of the key pieces in the Robinson Cano/Edwin Diaz swap from the offseason, is hitting .301/.394/.545 with eight homers and 24 RBI on the season. The Mets' top pick from a year ago legged out a pair of triples this week, and he's also drawn six walks in his last six games for Class A West Virginia.
Justin Dunn, Mariners (minors)
The 23-year-old Dunn, also dealt to the Mariners in the Diaz/Cano deal, was coming off one of his best starts of the season -- six scoreless innings while allowing four hits, walking none and striking out seven -- with four innings of two-run ball (one earned) on May 20. The right-hander threw 70 pitches (43 strikes) and hit a batter. Dunn owns a 1.18 WHIP this season for Double-A Arkansas.
Matt Harvey, Angels
Harvey, who signed a one-year, $11 million deal with the Angels this offseason after the Mets traded him to the Reds last season, has simply been unable to find any consistency on the mound and currently sports a 7.50 ERA.
The right-hander landed on the injured list with upper back tightness Saturday following his worst start of the season Thursday, in which he gave up eight earned runs (four homers) on seven hits in 2 2/3 innings.
Over 48 total innings this year, Harvey has yielded 11 homers and struck out just 35 batters.
Jay Bruce, Mariners
Bruce, who the Mets traded to Seattle as part of the Diaz/Cano trade, still cannot get off the Interstate, as his average remained under .200 entering Sunday (.193).
Bruce got off to a big start in the power department, but only five of the 32-year-old's 12 homers have come since April 25. Overall, Bruce has a .748 OPS this season.
Wilmer Flores, Diamondbacks
Flores had rounded in to form a bit and was hitting .281/.321/.398 with two homers in 41 games (128 at-bats) this season. However, a right foot fracture landed him on the 10-day injured list. He likely won't begin playing again until late June.
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. Over 29 at-bats, he has three hits and 11 strikeouts.
Kevin Plawecki, Indians
Plawecki, who the Mets traded to the Indians earlier this offseason for Walter Lockett and Sam Haggerty, has played sparingly as the Tribe's backup catcher. Overall he is hitting .151/.250/.302 with one homer 21 games (53 at-bats).
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 has three in May, including two in one game on May 20 against the Mariners. Cabrera is hitting .221/.293/.443.
Curtis Granderson, Marlins
Granderson is playing most days for the Marlins and often occupies the leadoff spot. He hasn't done much offensively, though, evidenced by his .190 average and .684 OPS with six homers.