Fanteractive Game Breakdown for NY Mets @ Washington by NPrince8

Major League Baseball

NY Mets (V) vs. Washington (H)

Nationals Park
Washington


Thursday Mar 28,2019 01:05 PM ET

Post Game Analysis by NPrince8 for NY Mets

Post Game Report Card

Team Grades
Overall Team Grade
B+
Pitching (Starter)
A+
Relief Pitching
A+
Team Defense
A
Offensive - Production
B
Offensive - Power
B+
Player Decision Making
B
Managerial Decisions
A-
Game MVP
Robinson Cano
Player Grades
Player
Pos
Grade
Amed Rosario (1)
SS 
B- 
He looked great in the field and in his last AB
Brandon Nimmo (9)
LF 
Nimmo looked very slow up at bat. he couldn't catch up to Scherzer's fastball
Edwin Diaz (39)
A+ 
Diaz looked untouchable when he came in to close the game
Jacob deGrom (48)
A+ 
He was incredible per usual. Allowing no runs and striking out 10 in his first game after his big extension. He worked counts to his favor. His control was off at first, but he figured it out pretty quickly and also got out of a 1st and 3rd jam.
Jeurys Familia (27)
He looked like himself controlling the counts with his sinker
Juan Lagares (12)
LF 
In the field, he was great as always. Up at bat, he was horrible as always
Michael Conforto (30)
LF 
C+ 
He struggled up at bat striking out twice in four trips
Pete Alonso (20)
1B 
B- 
For a rookie in his first ever game in the MLB, he looked pretty good. He went 1-4 and played well in the field
Robinson Cano (24)
1B 
A+ 
He drove in both runs and had 2 of the 5 hits, which included a homer in his first at bat as a Met
Seth Lugo (67)
A- 
He pitched great and could solidify himself as an everyday guy out of the bullpen
Wilson Ramos (40)
At the plate he looked good working counts well. Behind the plate he looked great with each pitcher who came in