Monday, October 02, 2006

Regular Season Wrap

Mets finished at 97-65, tied for the best record in baseball with the Yankees. The Mets were 50-31 at home and 47-34 on the road (both National League bests).

Jose Reyes finished the year with a .300 batting average. He had 19 homers (one shy of the magic number) and 81 RBI. His 64 stolen bases were two shy of a Mets record but enough to lead the majors. He led the majors with 17 triples and was 5th with 122 runs scored.

Paul Lo Duca finished 6th in the NL with a .318 batting average.

Carlos Beltran finished tied for second in the NL with 127 runs scored, tied for 5th with 41 HR and his 116 RBI tied for the team lead.

Carlos Delgado had another good season with 38 homers and 114 RBI.

David Wright hit .311 with 26 homers and tied with Beltran at 116 RBI.

Tom Glavine and Steve Trachsel tied for 7th place in the NL with 15 wins (six pitchers had 16.

Billy Wagner's 40 saves were second in the NL.


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