By: Stache Staff

Jeff McNeil has been the Mets’ most consistent player


Jeff McNeil is batting .424 (25-59) with eight runs, five doubles, a triple, 10 RBI, four walks and a 1.027 OPS. He has reached base safely in all 15 of his starts this season. McNeil Is on an eight-game hitting streak, batting .485 (16-33) with three runs, three doubles, five RBI, a walk and a .500 on base percentage in that span.

McNeil is batting .583 (7-12) vs. left-handers, tied for the second-highest average in the majors this season. Jeff is hitting .500 (8-16) with RISP, tied for the fifth-highest mark in the NL.

Statistic McNeil Rank

  • Batting Average .424 2nd in MLB
  • On-base Percentage .485 4th in MLB
  • Hits 99 Tied for 4th in the NL

Per Elias – McNeil has 99 hits in his first 284 at-bats. The fastest Met ever to reach 100 hits was Moises Alou (294 at-bats).

McNeil has collected multiple hits in a career-high six straight games dating to April 12. This is tied for the third-longest streak in Mets history. Steve Henderson (July 12-21, 1979) had eight-straight and

David Wright (July 24-30, 2011) had seven in a row. McNeil’s 99 career hits are the most all-time through

80 games by a Met. He recorded his 29th career multi-hit game (eighth this season) on Wednesday, second-most by a Met in his first 80 career games. McNeil has reached base safely in 61 of his 68 career starts.

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