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...
Wilmer Flores, Diamondbacks
The former fan favorite hasn't been playing much more than if he were still on the Mets, as he's still operating in a bench role primarily. He's batting .219 and lacking significant pop -- he has four doubles and no homers, while driving in just five runs during the first month of the season.
Matt Harvey, Angels
Harvey became relevant in New York circles this week because he pitched against the Yankees on Tuesday. It was a solid start for the right-hander, who desperately needed that type of outing. On the season, Harvey is 0-2 with an 8.39 ERA -- that gaudy mark can be attributed to surrendering 18 earned runs over 12 2/3 frames in three starts prior to facing the Yankees.
Jay Bruce, Mariners
Feast or famine has described Bruce's 2019 campaign, his first in the Pacific Northwest. He has nine homers, but is batting a paltry .193. That's because he only has seven other hits that have not cleared the fence.
Jarred Kelenic, Mariners (minors)
One of the key prospects that went with Bruce, Kelenic is tearing it up for Class A West Virginia. Entering Sunday, he'd clubbed three homers in his previous two games and is hitting .329 with a 1.000 OPS. The 19-year-old has four homers, 13 RBI and four steals on the year.
Justin Dunn, Mariners (minors)
Another prospect piece who was dealt to Seattle, Dunn has had mixed results across his four starts for Double-A Arkansas in 2019. Overall, he's 1-1 with a 3.44 ERA. His best start came last Monday, when he delivered 5 2/3 innings of one-hit, scoreless ball.
Curtis Granderson, Marlins
Granderson had his best game of the season Saturday against the Phillies. He was 3-for-4 with two doubles, one walk and two RBI. His slash line -- .184/.281/.368 -- isn't pretty, but he's been starting every day as a veteran presence atop the Marlins' lineup.
Asdrubal Cabrera, Rangers
After a powerful start to the season, Cabrera has cooled off. He's hit none of his six long balls in the last 10 days. He has taken more of a whole approach since, though, raising his average by 58 points from April 10. He's also still slugging .700
Kevin Plawecki, Indians
Plawecki continues to see limited action in a pure backup role with the Tribe. He's batting .222 with a .808 OPS over 33 plate appearances with three doubles and a homer.