Notes on the Mets offense in their consecutive 14-9 wins over the Rockies
The Mets won 14-9 for the second consecutive game at Coors Field in Denver on Saturday night.
Here are some notes on the Mets win:
- It is the fifth time in franchise history the Mets have scored 14 or more runs in two straight games. The last time they did it was June 28-29, 2011 against the Tigers at Comerica Park.
- The Mets had nine doubles on Saturday night, tied for the second-most for a single game in team history. It was the third time the Mets had nine or more doubles in a game, the last time being on May 21, 2004 against the Rockies at Shea Stadium.
- The Mets have 18 extra-base hits in their last two games in Denver. It’s the second-most extra-base hits in consecutive games in team history – they had 20 extra-base hits on August 23-24, 2005 against the Diamondbacks at Chase Field.
- It’s the first time in franchise history the Mets have allowed nine or more runs in consecutive games and won both of them.
- The Mets were hitting .236 as a team going into play on Friday. They’ve gone 37-for-88 in their last two games to raise their team average to .240 in 4134 total at-bats.
- The Mets were hitting .242 with runners in scoring position going into play on Friday. They’re now hitting .251 with RISP after going 16-for-31 over their last two games.