New York Mets Starting Lineup 7/29/21 Mets Lineup

54-46, 1st in NL East

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vs ATL

4:10 pm GMT , 7/29

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Of all the teams in baseball, most feel that the New York Mets are the biggest question mark as a team. The built a young team around a power pitching staff. That staff is now either older or they've departed the Big Apple. Left behind are two staff aces that warrant consideration as the best pitcher in baseball every season that they are healthy. That's a key variable; when they are healthy. Pitching has been a key in the success of lack thereof for the Mets for the last five years.

This year will be no different. The batting order has a couple of young stars within the nine, but there are also some potential weak links. New York does have three hitters projected to hit over .290 on the season, and a cleanup hitter thought to have a shot at 50 long balls. If the Mets score runs, a healthy pitching staff could be a huge reason a few prognosticators see them as winning the NL East pennant. There is only one pitcher on the staff who isn't expected to win double-digit games in 2020. Good pitching and timely hitting could make 2020 amazing in New York.

Updated: 29 minutes ago

Mets Starting Lineup

T. Walker , (R), P
1. B. Nimmo , (L), CF
2. P. Alonso , (R), 1B
3. J. McNeil , (L), 2B
4. J. Davis , (R), 3B
5. J. McCann , (R), C
6. M. Conforto , (L), RF
7. J. Villar , (S), SS
8. K. Pillar , (R), LF
Pos Pitcher
P Taijuan Walker T. Walker (R)
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
P Taijuan Walker T. Walker (R)
68
18 7-4 31.1 387 75 40 36 9 36 90 .233% .093% 1.18 .266
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
CF Brandon Nimmo B. Nimmo (L)
93
1 42 173 42 30 10 0 2 15 23 2 2 .298 .424 .411 .836
1B Pete Alonso P. Alonso (R)
81
2 89 362 84 49 13 0 22 60 46 1 0 .262 .337 .508 .845
2B Jeff McNeil J. McNeil (L)
87
3 62 224 54 41 8 0 5 22 26 2 0 .271 .353 .387 .740
3B J.D. Davis J. Davis (R)
82
4 26 85 25 16 5 0 4 11 10 0 0 .342 .435 .575 1.011
C James McCann J. McCann (R)
91
5 84 285 65 49 8 0 8 32 21 0 1 .252 .319 .376 .695
RF Michael Conforto M. Conforto (L)
95
6 64 247 43 27 10 0 6 24 21 0 0 .209 .336 .345 .681
SS Jonathan Villar J. Villar (S)
68
7 80 270 55 33 11 1 10 21 36 8 5 .229 .312 .408 .721
LF Kevin Pillar K. Pillar (R)
82
8 78 220 47 30 7 1 9 26 26 2 2 .224 .259 .395 .654

Most Common Mets Lineups

8 Games Game
1. Brandon Nimmo
2. Francisco Lindor
3. Jeff McNeil
4. Pete Alonso
5. Michael Conforto
6. J.D. Davis
7. Dominic Smith
8. James McCann
9. J.D. Davis
6 Games Game
1. Jeff McNeil
2. Francisco Lindor
3. Michael Conforto
4. Pete Alonso
5. Dominic Smith
6. Kevin Pillar
7. Jonathan Villar
8. James McCann
9. J.D. Davis
4 Games Game
1. Jeff McNeil
2. Francisco Lindor
3. Michael Conforto
4. Pete Alonso
5. Dominic Smith
6. Kevin Pillar
7. James McCann
8. Luis Guillorme
3 Games Game
1. Brandon Nimmo
2. Francisco Lindor
3. Dominic Smith
4. Pete Alonso
5. Jeff McNeil
6. Michael Conforto
7. Jonathan Villar
8. James McCann
3 Games Game
1. Brandon Nimmo
2. Francisco Lindor
3. Dominic Smith
4. Pete Alonso
5. Jeff McNeil
6. Michael Conforto
7. James McCann
8. Luis Guillorme
9. J.D. Davis
2 Games Game
1. Brandon Nimmo
2. Pete Alonso
3. Jeff McNeil
4. J.D. Davis
5. James McCann
6. Michael Conforto
7. Jonathan Villar
8. Kevin Pillar

2021 Recent Mets Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
7/28 vs ATL W 2-1 Tylor Megill T. Megill (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Brandon Nimmo B. Nimmo Pete Alonso P. Alonso Jeff McNeil J. McNeil J.D. Davis J. Davis James McCann J. McCann Michael Conforto M. Conforto Jonathan Villar J. Villar Kevin Pillar K. Pillar
7/27 vs ATL L 5-12 Jerad Eickhoff J. Eickhoff (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Brandon Nimmo B. Nimmo Jeff McNeil J. McNeil Pete Alonso P. Alonso Dominic Smith D. Smith Michael Conforto M. Conforto Jonathan Villar J. Villar Tomas Nido T. Nido Luis Guillorme L. Guillorme
7/26 vs ATL W 1-0 Aaron Loup A. Loup (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Brandon Nimmo B. Nimmo Pete Alonso P. Alonso Jeff McNeil J. McNeil Dominic Smith D. Smith J.D. Davis J. Davis Michael Conforto M. Conforto Jonathan Villar J. Villar James McCann J. McCann
7/26 vs ATL L 0-2 Marcus Stroman M. Stroman (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Jonathan Villar J. Villar Pete Alonso P. Alonso Michael Conforto M. Conforto J.D. Davis J. Davis Dominic Smith D. Smith Kevin Pillar K. Pillar Tomas Nido T. Nido Luis Guillorme L. Guillorme
7/25 vs TOR W 5-4 Rich Hill R. Hill (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Brandon Nimmo B. Nimmo Michael Conforto M. Conforto Pete Alonso P. Alonso Dominic Smith D. Smith J.D. Davis J. Davis Jonathan Villar J. Villar Tomas Nido T. Nido Luis Guillorme L. Guillorme

New York Mets FAQ

The Mets will be looking for a rebound year with the offense as they went all out in with moves in the offseason. They will get a big return this year with Yoenis Cespedes. After battling injuries the last few years, he will DH For the Mets. This is big as the DH makes its way to the National League this season. New York has a young outfield with Brandon Nimmo, Michael Conforto, and JD Davis. All will look to stay healthy and hit in the top half of the order. Jeff McNeil is a potential batting title candidate this season and hits in the front of the order. Pete Alonso is coming off a 50+ home run season and hits in the heart of the order. Amed Rosario is a name who has consistently gotten better over the last few seasons but will hit in the bottom of the order.

Who Will DH For The Mets?

Yoenis Cespedes will be the starting DH for the New York Mets. After missing the last two seasons due to injury, the added DH to the NL will be a big help in keeping him healthy.

Will Dominic Smith Start In 2020?

Dominic Smith is a young prospect for the Mets, and he will not be a regular starter just yet. He can play first base and outfield, but the Mets have names ahead of him on the depth chart.

Who Plays First Base For The Mets?

Pete Alonso is the New York Mets first baseman. He is one of the top power bats in the game and broke out in 2019, hitting 50+ home runs. Alonso is the full-time starter and hits third in the batting order.

What Is The Best Mets Lineup Of All-Time?

The 1999 New York Mets won over 95 games and were led by their star catcher, Mike Piazza. He hit 40 home runs, but Edgardo Alfonzo, Rickey Henderson, and Robin Ventura all led this team in various departments. Roger Cedeno also stole 66 bases.

What Is The Worst Mets Lineup Of All-Time?

This is an easy one as the 1962 New York Mets were one of the worst of all-time. They won just 25% of their games and had a total WAR of 5.3. The offense ranked dead last in the league, and the staff was not far behind.

Who Has Played The Most Games For The Mets?

Ed Kranepool played from 1962 to 1979 with the club, playing 1,853. While he isn't the most notable name in the Mets history, he clubbed 118 home runs in that time and had over 200 doubles.