Mets vs Guardians match player stats Monday, May 20th pre matchup. New York Mets at Cleveland Guardians player predictions

Mets vs Guardians match player stats Monday, May 20th pre matchup. New York Mets at Cleveland Guardians player predictions

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The #5 ballpark in Major League Baseball for boosting BABIP to RHB, via the leading projection system (THE BAT), is Progressive Field.

, Progressive Field sits at the 7th-highest altitude among all major league parks. High elevation usually leads (as a rule of thumb) to better offense.

, This game is expected to have the 12th-most favorable conditions for pitching among all the games scheduled today.

, When it comes to his home run ability, J.D. Martinez ranks in the 89th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, J.D. Martinez is projected to hit 4th in the batting order today.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Will Brennan in the 87th percentile when it comes to his batting average talent.

, The #5 venue in baseball for boosting base hits to lefties, via the leading projection system (THE BAT), is Progressive Field.

, Batting from the opposite that Tylor Megill throws from, Will Brennan will have an advantage today.

, Out of every team in action today, the 9th-worst infield defense belongs to the New York Mets.

, Pete Alonso projects as the 11th-best home run hitter in baseball, via the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Pete Alonso is projected to bat 2nd in the batting order in this game.

, Hitting from the opposite that Tylor Megill throws from, Bo Naylor will have an advantage in today’s game.

, Jeff McNeil will have the handedness advantage against Ben Lively in today’s game… and the cherry on top, Lively has a large platoon split.

, Jeff McNeil has displayed strong plate discipline this year, checking in at the 91st percentile with a 1.34 K/BB rate.

, Tyler Freeman has primarily hit in the back-half of the batting order this year (50% of the time), but he is penciled in 1st in the batting order in this game.

, In the majors, Progressive Field’s left field fences are the 2nd-shallowest.

, Tyler Freeman will benefit from the home field advantage in today’s matchup, which should boost all of his stats.

, Using Statcast metrics, Tyler Freeman is in the 86th percentile for offensive skills per the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected wOBA (xwOBA) since the start of last season at .345.

, Starling Marte is penciled in 5th in the batting order in today’s game.

, Starling Marte has an 87th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (35.4%) and will have a big advantage hitting them out towards the game’s 6th-shallowest RF fences in today’s matchup.

, Extreme groundball batters like Starling Marte tend to be more successful against extreme flyball pitchers like Ben Lively.

, Brayan Rocchio will have the benefit of the home field advantage in today’s game, which should bolster all of his stats.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Starling Marte in the 91st percentile when estimating his BABIP skill.

, Brett Baty will hold the platoon advantage against Ben Lively in today’s matchup… and even more favorably, Lively has a large platoon split.

, Brett Baty has a 92nd percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (36.9%) and has the good fortune of hitting them in the direction of the game’s 3rd-shallowest LF fences in today’s game.

, Hitters such as Brett Baty with extreme flyball tendencies are usually more effective when facing pitchers like Ben Lively who skew towards the groundball end of the spectrum.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Francisco Lindor in the 91st percentile as it relates to his overall offensive ability.

, Francisco Lindor is penciled in 1st in the batting order today.

, Home field advantage typically bolsters hitter stats across the board, and Bo Naylor will hold that advantage today.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) estimates Bo Naylor’s true offensive skill to be a .293, implying that he has been unlucky this year given the .059 gap between that figure and his actual .234 wOBA.

, Hitting from the opposite that Tylor Megill throws from, Kyle Manzardo will have an edge today.

, Kyle Manzardo has a 78th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (34.2%) and is a great match for the park considering he’ll be hitting them towards baseball’s 3rd-shallowest LF fences in today’s game.

, According to the leading projection system (THE BAT X), Pete Alonso ranks as the 18th-best hitter in MLB.

, David Fry is projected to bat 5th on the lineup card in this game.

, David Fry pulls a high percentage of his flyballs (36.2% — 92nd percentile) and sets up very well considering he’ll be hitting them towards MLB’s 3rd-shallowest LF fences in today’s matchup.

, Pete Alonso pulls many of his flyballs (33.4% — 75th percentile) and sets up very well considering he’ll be hitting them towards the game’s 3rd-shallowest LF fences in today’s game.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Brett Baty in the 76th percentile when estimating his BABIP talent.

, Josh Naylor’s batting average talent is projected to be in the 95th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Josh Naylor is projected to bat 4th on the lineup card in today’s game.

, Josh Naylor will hold the platoon advantage over Tylor Megill today.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Tyler Freeman in the 95th percentile when estimating his batting average skill.

, When estimating his overall offensive skill, Jose Ramirez ranks in the 96th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, Jose Ramirez is projected to bat 3rd in the batting order in this game.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Andres Gimenez in the 78th percentile when assessing his overall offensive ability.

, Andres Gimenez is penciled in 2nd in the batting order today.

, Batting from the opposite that Tylor Megill throws from, Andres Gimenez will have the upper hand in today’s game.

, Home field advantage generally boosts batter stats across the board, and Andres Gimenez will hold that advantage in today’s game.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Brandon Nimmo in the 96th percentile as it relates to his overall offensive skill.

, Brandon Nimmo is penciled in 3rd on the lineup card today.

, Progressive Field projects as the #8 ballpark in baseball for batting average, according to the leading projection system (THE BAT).

, The Cleveland Guardians have 7 batters in the projected batting order that will have the benefit of the platoon advantage against Tylor Megill in this game.

, J.D. Martinez has an 83rd percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (34.7%) and is a great match for the park considering he’ll be hitting them towards the game’s 6th-shallowest RF fences in today’s game.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Jeff McNeil in the 87th percentile as it relates to his batting average skill.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Andres Gimenez in the 90th percentile when assessing his batting average skill.

, According to the leading projection system (THE BAT)’s assessment, Ben Lively’s overall pitching skill grades out in the 9th percentile among all SPs in the majors currently.

, The New York Mets have been the 8th-unluckiest offense in the league this year, according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X), and are likely to positively regress in the future, Given Ben Lively’s large platoon split, Brandon Nimmo will have a gigantic advantage hitting from the opposite side of the plate in today’s game.

, Will Brennan will have the benefit of the home field advantage in today’s game, which should improve all of his stats.

, Home field advantage typically improves hitter metrics in all categories, and Kyle Manzardo will hold that advantage in today’s matchup.

, David Fry will benefit from the home field advantage today, which should bolster all of his stats.

, When assessing his overall offensive talent, Josh Naylor ranks in the 94th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, Home field advantage generally bolsters hitter metrics in all categories, and Josh Naylor will hold that advantage in today’s matchup.

, Francisco Lindor pulls a lot of his flyballs (36.6% — 93rd percentile) and is a great match for the park considering he’ll be hitting them towards the league’s 6th-shallowest RF fences today.

, Tylor Megill has been unlucky in regards to his strikeouts since the start of last season, compiling a 7.53 K/9 despite the leading projection system (THE BAT) estimating his true talent level to be 8.03 — a 0.5 K/9 discrepancy.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects J.D. Martinez in the 88th percentile as it relates to his BABIP ability.

, The switch-hitting Jose Ramirez will hold the platoon advantage while batting from from his better side (0) today against Tylor Megill.

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Harrison Bader is projected to hit 7th on the lineup card in this matchup.

, Progressive Field has the 4th-highest average fence height in Major League Baseball.

, Because of Ben Lively’s large platoon split, Harrison Bader will be at a gigantic disadvantage batting from the same side of the plate in this game.

, Harrison Bader hits a lot of his flyballs to center field (39.2% — 93rd percentile) but may find it hard to clear the league’s 7th-deepest CF fences in today’s game.

, The Cleveland Guardians infield defense profiles as the strongest out of all the teams playing today.

, Considering Ben Lively’s large platoon split, J.D. Martinez will be at an enormous disadvantage batting from the same side of the dish in today’s game.

, Playing on the road typically diminishes hitter stats in all categories due to the lack of home field advantage, which ought to be the case for J.D. Martinez in today’s matchup.

, Based on Statcast metrics, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected HR per 600 plate appearances (34.0) may lead us to conclude that J.D. Martinez has been lucky since the start of last season with his 38.0 actual HR/600.

, Will Brennan is projected to bat 6th in the lineup in this matchup.

, 23% of the time that Will Brennan has started against a right-handed starter this year, he has been pinch hit for.

, Will Brennan hits a high percentage of his flyballs to center field (39.1% — 93rd percentile) and will be challenged by MLB’s 7th-deepest CF fences today.

, Will Brennan’s 2.4% Barrel% (a reliable stat to evaluate power) ranks in the 4th percentile since the start of last season.

, Will Brennan’s 85.7-mph average exit velocity is one of the worst in MLB since the start of last season: 5th percentile.

, When it comes to his home run ability, Will Brennan ranks in the 5th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Ben Lively will have the handedness advantage over Pete Alonso today… and it’s an even bigger mismatch considering Lively’s large platoon split.

, Pete Alonso will be at a disadvantage playing on the road in today’s game.

, Pete Alonso grades out in the 8th percentile when it comes to hitting balls between -4° and 26°, the launch angle range that tends to best-produce base hits (37.7% rate since the start of last season).

, Bo Naylor’s batting average talent is projected to be in the 10th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Bo Naylor is projected to bat 8th in the batting order in this matchup.

, Bo Naylor hits a high percentage of his flyballs to center field (37.9% — 75th percentile) but may find it hard to clear the game’s 7th-deepest CF fences today.

, Bo Naylor’s quickness has fallen off this year. His 27.39 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last season sits at 26.16 ft/sec now.

, With a .234 wOBA in the last 7 days, Bo Naylor has been struggling at the plate.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Jeff McNeil in the 4th percentile when assessing his home run talent.

, Jeff McNeil is projected to hit 8th in the lineup in this matchup.

, Jeff McNeil hits many of his flyballs to center field (38.1% — 78th percentile) and has the misfortune of hitting them in the direction of MLB’s 7th-deepest CF fences today.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Tyler Freeman in the 16th percentile as it relates to his home run ability.

, This year, Tyler Freeman has been pulled from the game early in 10% of his appearances when starting against righty on the mound.

, Batting from the same side that Tylor Megill throws from, Tyler Freeman will be at a disadvantage today.

, Tyler Freeman’s 3.1% Barrel% (an advanced standard to evaluate power) grades out in the 22nd percentile since the start of last season.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Starling Marte in the 25th percentile when assessing his home run skill.

, Given Ben Lively’s large platoon split, Starling Marte will be at an enormous disadvantage batting from the same side of the plate in today’s game.

, Starling Marte will be at a disadvantage playing on the visting team today.

, When it comes to hitting balls between 23° and 34° (the launch angle range that tends to result the most in home runs), Starling Marte and his 11.4% rank in the 5th percentile since the start of last season.

, When it comes to his home run talent, Brayan Rocchio ranks in the 6th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Brayan Rocchio is projected to bat 9th in the lineup in this matchup.

, In the league, Progressive Field’s centerfield fences are the 7th-deepest.

, As a switch-hitter who is weaker from the 0 side of the dish, Brayan Rocchio will be at a disadvantage batting from his weak side against Tylor Megill today.

, Starling Marte’s footspeed has fallen off this year. His 27.13 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last season sits at 26.05 ft/sec now.

, Brett Baty is projected to hit 6th on the lineup card in today’s game.

, Playing on the road generally lessens hitter stats in all categories due to the lack of home field advantage, which should be the case for Brett Baty today.

, Brett Baty has been cold in recent games, posting a .276 wOBA over the last two weeks.

, In terms of the ability to lift the ball for power, Brett Baty ranks in just the 10th percentile with a 6.4° launch angle, which is one of the lowest angles in MLB.

, The switch-hitting Francisco Lindor will be less advantaged while batting from his weak side (0) today against Ben Lively… and it’s an over-sized mismatch considering Lively’s large platoon split.

, Francisco Lindor will be at a disadvantage playing on the road in today’s game.

, Francisco Lindor’s quickness has fallen off this year. His 28.16 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last season sits at 27.53 ft/sec now.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Kyle Manzardo in the 9th percentile when it comes to his BABIP skill.

, Kyle Manzardo is penciled in 7th in the lineup in this game.

, Kyle Manzardo has been cold recently, posting a .183 wOBA in the last two weeks’ worth of games.

, Grading out in the 2nd percentile for Sprint Speed at 24.06 ft/sec this year, Kyle Manzardo is remarkably slow.

, Pete Alonso has notched a .230 Expected Batting Average since the start of last season, grading out in the 25th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, Hitting from the same side that Tylor Megill throws from, David Fry encounters a tough challenge today.

, David Fry’s quickness has decreased this season. His 27.07 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last season sits at 26.26 ft/sec now.

, David Fry has been lucky this year, notching a .423 wOBA despite the leading projection system (THE BAT X) estimating his true talent level to be .310 — a .113 deviation.

, Cleveland’s #1-ranked outfield defense of all teams on the slate poses a formidable challenge for Brett Baty, who tends to hit a lot of flyballs.

, This season, there has been a decline in Josh Naylor’s footspeed with his Statcast Sprint Speed dropping from 25.8 ft/sec last year to 24.67 ft/sec currently.

, Josh Naylor has been lucky this year, posting a .365 wOBA despite the leading projection system (THE BAT X) estimating his true talent level to be .340 — a .025 deviation.

, Tyler Freeman’s 86.3-mph average exit velocity ranks among the worst in the league since the start of last season: 21st percentile.

, Checking in at the 22nd percentile, Jose Ramirez has hit 24.4% of his balls in the air since the start of last season with a velocity of 100 mph or greater.

, Hitting the ball to all fields is an important ability for batting average that Jose Ramirez has struggled with since the start of last season, as evidenced by his checking in at the 4th percentile on THE BAT X’s Spray Score.

, Jose Ramirez has recorded a .229 BABIP this year, checking in at the 12th percentile.

, Andres Gimenez’s 84.8-mph average exit velocity is among the worst in the majors since the start of last season: 1st percentile.

, Placing in the 12th percentile for power, Andres Gimenez has hit 5.1 dingers per 600 plate appearances this year.

, Brandon Nimmo will be at a disadvantage playing as a visiting player in today’s game.

, This year, there has been a decline in Brandon Nimmo’s speed with his Statcast Sprint Speed dropping from 28 ft/sec last year to 27.29 ft/sec currently.

, Brandon Nimmo has done a weak job optimizing his launch angle on his hardest-hit balls. His 8.2° angle is among the lowest in the game since the start of last season (23rd percentile).

, It may be smart to expect negative regression for the Cleveland Guardians offense the rest of the season, given that the leading projection system (THE BAT X) views them as the 5th-luckiest offense in the league this year.

, In his previous outing, Tylor Megill was firing on all cylinders and allowed 1 ER.

, Tylor Megill has recorded a .324 BABIP since the start of last season, a sign that he has been one of the unluckiest hurlers in MLB on balls in play with better performance likely coming.

, Cleveland Guardians hitters as a unit have been one of the worst in MLB since the start of last season ( worst) in regard to their 87.4-mph average exit velocity.

, With a .200 BABIP this year, Francisco Lindor grades out in the 4th percentile.

, Playing on the road typically weakens hitter stats in all categories due to the lack of home field advantage, which figures to be the case for Jeff McNeil today.

, This season, there has been a decline in Jeff McNeil’s footspeed with his Statcast Sprint Speed dropping from 27.34 ft/sec last year to 25.4 ft/sec currently.

, This season, there has been a decline in Andres Gimenez’s quickness with his Statcast Sprint Speed dropping from 29.24 ft/sec last year to 28.75 ft/sec currently.

, Bo Naylor, the Guardians’s expected catcher today, projects as a good pitch framer according to the leading projection system (THE BAT).

, Home field advantage generally boosts pitcher metrics in all categories, and Ben Lively will hold that advantage in today’s matchup.

, Harrison Bader will be at a disadvantage playing away from home in today’s game.

, In terms of the ability to lift the ball for power, Tyler Freeman ranks in just the 13th percentile with a 5.9° launch angle, which is among the lowest angles in the majors.

, Given that flyball pitchers are hit hardest by groundball hitters, Ben Lively (35.6% FB% per the leading projection system, THE BAT) will be a bit disadvantaged today with 2 GB hitters in New York’s projected lineup.

, Ben Lively has utilized his sinker 9.1% more often this season (29.8%) than he did last year (20.7%).

, Among all starters, Ben Lively’s fastball velocity of 89.2 mph ranks in the 5th percentile this year.

, Brayan Rocchio’s footspeed has fallen off this season. His 27.43 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last season sits at 26.71 ft/sec now.

, Brayan Rocchio has been cold of late, struggling to the tune of a .265 wOBA over the past two weeks.

, Francisco Lindor has been cold in recent games, posting a .275 wOBA in the last two weeks’ worth of games.

, Taking into account both his underlying tendencies and the matchup, Tylor Megill is projected to throw 84 pitches in this matchup by the leading projection system (THE BAT X) system, which is the 10th-least of the day.

, Per the leading projection system (THE BAT X), the offense with the least strikeout-prone lineup in today’s games is the Cleveland Guardians with a 18.4% underlying K%.

, Based on Statcast metrics, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected wOBA (.349) may lead us to conclude that J.D. Martinez has been lucky since the start of last season with his .367 actual wOBA.

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