2B Alonzo Harris was 3-4 with a double and a homerun to lift his line to .287/.308/.540. The 20-year old's homerun was his fifth in 87 AB over 19 games. Lets take a look at the homer and power numbers for 2B in the Mets organization.
That's right, Harris leads all Mets 2B in homers, despite having played under 20 games. Mets 2B are a pretty punchless group. The only ISOs over 100 are at A-ball and below. Among that group, Josh Satin isn't really a 2B, having played at first and third base as well. Valdespin hasn't played since June 2nd. Bouchard is done for the year. I didn't even put Matt Gaski, who's been playing 2B everyday at Brooklyn since Matt Bouchard went down, into the table as he's off to a .229/.325/.286 start as a Cyclone.
Yeah, yeah, small sample sizes and everything. Still, the ball's leaving the yard off Harris's bat.
LHP Angel Cuan (0-1, 6.32) gave up four runs on seven hits in six innings.
Four different Mets had two hits including 19-year old C Nelfi Zapata (.378/.453/.622 in 45 AB) who was 2-4 with a double.