Phillies vs Mets match player stats Tuesday, May 14th pre matchup. Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets player predictions

Phillies vs Mets match player stats Tuesday, May 14th pre matchup. Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets player predictions

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The wind projects to be blowing out to LF at 10.4-mph in this contest, the 3rd-best of the day for hitters.

, Harrison Bader hits a high percentage of his flyballs to center field (39% — 92nd percentile) and sets up very well considering he’ll be hitting out towards baseball’s shallowest CF fences in today’s game.

, Home field advantage generally boosts batter metrics across the board, and Harrison Bader will hold that advantage today.

, When it comes to his overall offensive skill, Brandon Nimmo ranks in the 96th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, Brandon Nimmo is penciled in 1st in the batting order in today’s game.

, Brandon Nimmo will hold the platoon advantage against Aaron Nola in today’s game.

, Brandon Nimmo has a 94th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (37.8%) and is a great match for the park considering he’ll be hitting them in the direction of the game’s 4th-shallowest LF fences today.

, Johan Rojas’s BABIP skill is projected in the 83rd percentile by the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Johan Rojas pulls many of his flyballs (33.4% — 75th percentile) and has the good fortune of hitting them towards the league’s 4th-shallowest LF fences today.

, Johan Rojas’s speed has improved this year. His 29.35 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last year sits at 29.93 ft/sec now.

, Johan Rojas has recorded a .356 BABIP since the start of last season, checking in at the 91st percentile.

, Starling Marte is projected to hit 2nd in the lineup in today’s game.

, Citi Field has the shallowest CF fences in the league.

, Home field advantage typically improves hitter stats across the board, and Starling Marte will hold that advantage in today’s matchup.

, Starling Marte has been unlucky in regards to his home runs this year; his 15.7 HR per 600 plate appearances mark is deflated compared to his 55.4 Expected HR/600, based on the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Alec Bohm in the 96th percentile when assessing his batting average talent.

, Alec Bohm is projected to hit 4th on the lineup card in today’s game.

, Alec Bohm has been hot recently, cruising to a .402 wOBA over the last two weeks.

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

, Pete Alonso is projected to hit 4th on the lineup card in this game.

, Pete Alonso pulls a lot of his flyballs (33.5% — 76th percentile) and has the good fortune of hitting them towards baseball’s 4th-shallowest LF fences in today’s matchup.

, Pete Alonso will have the benefit of the home field advantage in today’s matchup, which should improve all of his stats.

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

, Hitting from the opposite that Aaron Nola throws from, Brett Baty will have the upper hand in today’s game.

, Brett Baty has a 92nd percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (37%) and will have a big advantage hitting them towards the game’s 4th-shallowest LF fences in today’s matchup.

, Home field advantage generally bolsters batter stats across the board, and Brett Baty will hold that advantage today.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT) forecasts Jose Butto in the 10th percentile when assessing his overall pitching abilities.

, It is scheduled that we will see a Hitters Umpire (Ryan Additon) in charge of the strike zone in this game.

, The #3 field in the game for boosting walks, via the leading projection system (THE BAT), is Citi Field.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Starling Marte in the 90th percentile as it relates to his BABIP skill.

, When estimating his BABIP talent, Brandon Marsh is projected as the 5th-best hitter in the game by the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Brandon Marsh is projected to hit 5th in the lineup in this game.

, Hitting from the opposite that Jose Butto throws from, Brandon Marsh will have the upper hand in today’s game.

, The New York Mets have just 1 same-handed RP in their bullpen, so Brandon Marsh can likely count on holding the advantage against every reliever all game.

, When it comes to his home runs, Harrison Bader has had bad variance on his side since the start of last season. His 10.5 HR per 600 plate appearances figure has been a good deal lower than the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Statcast-based Expected HR/600 at 18.4.

, When it comes to hitting balls between 23° and 34° (the launch angle range that tends to result the most in home runs), Harrison Bader and his 18.5% rank in the 87th percentile since the start of last season.

, As it relates 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 bat 5th in the lineup in this game.

, Home field advantage generally improves batter stats in all categories, and J.D. Martinez will hold that advantage in today’s game.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Nick Castellanos in the 88th percentile as it relates to his BABIP skill.

, Despite posting a .261 wOBA this year, the leading projection system (THE BAT X) believes Nick Castellanos has had bad variance on his side given the .059 difference between that mark and his estimated true talent wOBA of .320.

, Nick Castellanos is in the 88th percentile when it comes to hitting balls between -4° and 26°, the launch angle range that tends to best-produce base hits (47.3% rate since the start of last season).

, Playing on the road generally weakens pitcher metrics in all categories due to the lack of home field advantage, which ought to be the case for Aaron Nola today.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Edmundo Sosa in the 76th percentile when estimating his BABIP skill.

, Edmundo Sosa pulls a lot of his flyballs (34.5% — 83rd percentile) and will have a big advantage hitting them towards baseball’s 4th-shallowest LF fences in today’s matchup.

, Edmundo Sosa has gotten much quicker this year, improving from last year’s 29.25 ft/sec to 29.71 ft/sec now (according to Statcast’s Sprint Speed metric).

, Ranking in the 79th percentile, Edmundo Sosa sports a .321 BABIP since the start of last season.

, When assessing his strikeout ability, the leading projection system (THE BAT) puts Aaron Nola in the 81st percentile among all starting pitchers in Major League Baseball.

, Tallying 92.7 adjusted pitches per game per started this year on average, Aaron Nola places him the 79th percentile.

, Citi Field grades out as the #5 park in the league for strikeouts, according to the leading projection system (THE BAT).

, In his last GS, Aaron Nola was firing on all cylinders and posted 7 strikeouts.

, When estimating his overall offensive talent, Francisco Lindor ranks in the 92nd percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, Francisco Lindor is projected to bat 3rd in the batting order today.

, Home field advantage generally bolsters batter metrics across the board, and Francisco Lindor will hold that advantage today.

, Hitting from the opposite that Aaron Nola throws from, Jeff McNeil will have the upper hand today.

, Jeff McNeil hits many of his flyballs to center field (38.1% — 79th percentile) and will have a big advantage facing baseball’s shallowest CF fences in today’s game.

, Home field advantage typically bolsters batter metrics in all categories, and Jeff McNeil will hold that advantage today.

, Jeff McNeil has displayed good plate discipline since the start of last season, ranking in the 90th percentile with a 1.54 K/BB rate.

, Bryson Stott’s batting average ability is projected to be in the 91st percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Hitting from the opposite that Jose Butto throws from, Bryson Stott will have the upper hand in today’s game.

, Bryson Stott has a good chance to have the upper hand against every reliever from start to finish, since the bullpen of the New York Mets only has 1 same-handed RP.

, Bryson Stott has a 98th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (41.6%) and will have a big advantage hitting them in the direction of the league’s 4th-shallowest LF fences in today’s matchup.

, As it relates to his overall offensive ability, J.D. Martinez ranks in the 86th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, Kyle Schwarber projects as the 3rd-best home run batter in Major League Baseball, per the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Kyle Schwarber is penciled in 1st in the batting order in this game.

, Kyle Schwarber will hold the platoon advantage over Jose Butto in today’s matchup.

, The New York Mets have just 1 same-handed RP in their bullpen, so Kyle Schwarber has a strong chance of holding the platoon advantage against every reliever all game.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) ranks Pete Alonso as Major League Baseball’s 11th-best home run batter.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Brandon Marsh in the 76th percentile when estimating his overall offensive ability.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Nick Castellanos in the 80th percentile when estimating his overall offensive skill.

, Nick Castellanos has done a good job optimizing his launch angle on his hardest-hit balls. His 15.7° angle is among the highest in MLB since the start of last season (84th percentile).

, Edmundo Sosa has been hot recently, tallying a .373 wOBA over the past 14 days.

, According to the leading projection system (THE BAT X), Bryce Harper ranks as the 9th-best hitter in MLB.

, Bryce Harper is projected to hit 3rd in the batting order in this matchup.

, Batting from the opposite that Jose Butto throws from, Bryce Harper will have the upper hand today.

, When assessing his overall offensive talent, Alec Bohm ranks in the 80th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, Kyle Schwarber hits a high percentage of his flyballs to center field (38.6% — 87th percentile) and is a great match for the park considering he’ll be hitting towards the league’s shallowest CF fences today.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Jeff McNeil in the 89th percentile when it comes to his batting average talent.

, Since the start of last season, the hardest ball Brett Baty has hit reached a maximum exit velocity of 113.7 mph (an advanced metric to assess power), grading out in the 80th percentile.

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The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Harrison Bader in the 25th percentile as it relates to his BABIP skill.

, Harrison Bader is projected to bat 7th in the lineup in this game.

, The #1 ballpark in the game for suppressing batting average to right-handed batters, via the leading projection system (THE BAT), is Citi Field.

, Citi Field’s elevation is near sea-level, one of the lowest in MLB, which often leads to worse offense.

, Aaron Nola will receive the benefit of the platoon advantage against Harrison Bader today.

, Citi Field ranks as the #30 park in the league for left-handed batting average, per the leading projection system (THE BAT).

, Brandon Nimmo’s footspeed has fallen off this year. His 28 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last season sits at 27.29 ft/sec now.

, Brandon Nimmo has done a bad job optimizing his launch angle on his highest exit velocity balls. His 8.2° figure is among the lowest in Major League Baseball since the start of last season (23rd percentile).

, Johan Rojas is projected to hit 9th in the lineup in this matchup.

, Jose Butto will have the handedness advantage against Johan Rojas in today’s game.

, Johan Rojas will be at a disadvantage playing on the road today.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT) profiles Citi Field as the 9th-worst venue in the majors for righty home runs.

, Aaron Nola will have the benefit of the platoon advantage against Starling Marte in today’s game.

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

, The leading projection system (THE BAT) profiles Citi Field as the worst stadium in baseball for run-scoring.

, Jose Butto will hold the platoon advantage against Alec Bohm in today’s matchup.

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

, Despite posting a .402 wOBA this year, the leading projection system (THE BAT X) believes Alec Bohm has had some very good luck given the .082 discrepancy between that figure and his estimated true talent wOBA of .320.

, Aaron Nola will have the benefit of the platoon advantage against Pete Alonso today.

, With a .230 Expected Batting Average (an advanced metric created by the leading projection system (THE BAT X) utilizing Statcast data) since the start of last season , Pete Alonso is ranked in the 25th percentile.

, Launch angles in the range of -4° to 26° tend to become base hits at a high rate; Pete Alonso and his 37.7% since the start of last season rank in the 8th percentile by this measure.

, Brett Baty has primarily hit in the top-half of the batting order this season (50% of the time), but he is projected to bat 8th in the lineup today.

, 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 baseball.

, Brett Baty has notched a .273 wOBA (the best measure of overall offense) since the start of last season, grading out in the 7th percentile.

, It may be wise to expect worse numbers for the Philadelphia Phillies offense going forward, considering that the leading projection system (THE BAT X) views them as the 2nd-luckiest offense in the game this year.

, Jose Butto will hold the home field advantage in today’s matchup, which should improve all of his metrics in all categories.

, As it relates to his home run talent, Johan Rojas ranks in the 6th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, This year, there has been a decline in Starling Marte’s speed with his Statcast Sprint Speed dropping from 27.13 ft/sec last year to 26.11 ft/sec currently.

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

, This season, there has been a decline in Brandon Marsh’s quickness with his Statcast Sprint Speed dropping from 28.57 ft/sec last year to 27.42 ft/sec currently.

, Brandon Marsh has had positive variance on his side thus far when it comes to his batting average since the start of last season; his .272 figure is a good deal higher than his .252 Expected Batting Average, based on the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, Harrison Bader has compiled a .297 Expected wOBA (xwOBA) since the start of last season, placing in the 20th percentile for offensive skills according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, Aaron Nola will receive the benefit of the platoon advantage against J.D. Martinez today.

, When it comes to his home runs, J.D. Martinez has been very fortunate since the start of last season. His 38.6 HR per 600 plate appearances figure has been considerably higher than the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Statcast-based Expected HR/600 at 34.0.

, Nick Castellanos is projected to hit 6th on the lineup card in this matchup.

, Batting from the same side that Jose Butto throws from, Nick Castellanos will have a tough challenge in today’s game.

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

, The leading projection system (THE BAT) projects Aaron Nola in the 90th percentile when estimating his overall pitching abilities.

, Edmundo Sosa is projected to bat 8th in the batting order in today’s game.

, Batting from the same side that Jose Butto throws from, Edmundo Sosa will be in a tough position in today’s game.

, Playing on the road generally reduces hitter stats across the board due to the lack of home field advantage, which ought to be the case for Edmundo Sosa in today’s matchup.

, Aaron Nola’s fastball velocity has dropped 1.5 mph this season (90.6 mph) below where it was last season (92.1 mph).

, Aaron Nola has put up an 8.6% Swinging Strike% this year, placing in the 20th percentile.

, The switch-hitting Francisco Lindor will be at a disadvantage batting from his bad side (0) today against Aaron Nola, This year, there has been a decline in Francisco Lindor’s quickness with his Statcast Sprint Speed dropping from 28.16 ft/sec last year to 27.55 ft/sec currently.

, Grading out in the 13th percentile, Francisco Lindor sports a .265 BABIP since the start of last season.

, When it comes to his home run skill, Jeff McNeil ranks in the 4th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Jeff McNeil is projected to bat 6th on the lineup card in today’s game.

, Jeff McNeil’s quickness has fallen off this season. His 27.34 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last year sits at 25.48 ft/sec now.

, Bryson Stott is projected to hit 7th in the batting order in this game.

, Playing on the road typically diminishes hitter metrics across the board due to the lack of home field advantage, which figures to be the case for Bryson Stott in today’s matchup.

, Since the start of last season, Bryson Stott’s 4.7% Barrel%, a reliable metric for measuring power, places him in the 17th percentile among his peers.

, J.D. Martinez’s footspeed has fallen off this year. His 26.07 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last season sits at 24.19 ft/sec now.

, J.D. Martinez has had some very good luck with with his wOBA since the start of last season; his .363 figure is a good deal higher than his .349 Expected wOBA, based on the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, The #9 stadium in the game for suppressing home runs to lefties, via the leading projection system (THE BAT), is Citi Field.

, Based on Statcast data, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected HR per 600 plate appearances (5.6) may lead us to conclude that Jeff McNeil has had some very good luck since the start of last season with his 8.3 actual HR/600.

, Kyle Schwarber will be at a disadvantage playing on the visting team today.

, Using Statcast metrics, Kyle Schwarber ranks in the 1st percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected Batting Average since the start of last season at .186.

, Launch angles in the range of -4° to 26° tend to become base hits at a high rate; Kyle Schwarber and his 34.4% since the start of last season rank in the 1st percentile by this measure.

, Posting a .213 BABIP since the start of last season, Pete Alonso finds himself in the 1st percentile.

, Playing on the road generally lessens batter stats across the board due to the lack of home field advantage, which ought to be the case for Bryce Harper in today’s matchup.

, Bryce Harper is in the 12th percentile when it comes to hitting balls between 23° and 34°, the launch angle range that tends to optimize home runs (12.4% rate since the start of last season).

, Kyle Schwarber’s BABIP ability is projected in the 2nd percentile by the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, It may come as a surprise, but fastballs are generally a pitcher’s least effective pitch. Jose Butto has utilized his fastball a lot this year, though: 55.6% of the time, ranking in the 100th percentile.

, Jose Butto has had some very good luck with his strikeouts this year, posting a 9.27 K/9 despite the leading projection system (THE BAT) estimating his true talent level to be 8.10 — a 1.18 K/9 gap.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Bryson Stott in the 20th percentile when it comes to his home run skill.

, Jeff McNeil has put up a .292 Expected wOBA (xwOBA) since the start of last season, ranking in the 16th percentile for offensive ability according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

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