Three of his six home runs gave the Mets the lead...Eight of his 14 career home runs have put the Mets ahead...Hit in a franchise-record 14 straight home games to start the season...Ken Singleton held the previous record with a 12-game hitting streak at Shea Stadium to begin the 1970 season (Courtesy of Elias)...Batted .300 (27-90) with RISP...Hit .273 (33-121) vs. lefthanders...Had three outfield assists...Started 106 games in centerfield... Went 4-4 with three runs scored, a triple and an RBI on April 25 at Yankee Stadium...His four hits tied a career high....Hit a pinch-hit, three-run home run on August 13 vs. Colorado...Was the first pinch-hit home run of his career.... Batted .291 (16-55) in 25 games in August... Seven of his 16 hits in August went for extra bases (four doubles, one triple, two home runs)... Signed a contract extension through 2019 on April 1.
Scored seven runs in 13 postseason games...Hit .348 (8-23) in the postseason... Went 2-3 with a stolen base in Game 1 of the World Series....Collected two hits off the bench in Game 1 of the World Series...It was the 23rd time in World Series history a player had multiple hits in a game that he did not start...Scored three times in Game 3 of the NLDS vs. Los Angeles...Hit .429 (3-7) with two doubles in four NLDS games vs. the Dodgers.
Earned his first Rawlings Gold Glove Award...Made his first Opening Day roster this season...Went to the 15-Day Disabled List twice...From, April 15-May 1, had a right hamstring strain...Then from June 2-June 26, had a right intercostal strain...Also left the game on September 16 with a hyperextended right elbow that ended his year...Finished second among major league outfielders with 28 defensive runs saved, playing 372.0 fewer innings than leader Jason Heyward, who had 32...Also had six assists, with three getting a runner at home...His Ultimate Zone Rating per 150 games (UZR/150) was 25.3, second among all players...Chase Headley was first with 28.0...Had an extra-base hit in the first three games, tied for the second-longest streak to begin a season in franchise history...Rico Brogna went five straight in 1995...Scored a career high-tying three runs on Opening Day, March 31 vs. Washington...Also did it on September 2 at Miami...Had four extra-base hits, the most by a Mets player through the team's first three games since 2008 (Carlos Beltran, franchise record-tying five; David Wright, four)...Hit in a Mets season high-tying 13 straight games (.339, 19-56), April 5-May 4...It was the longest streak of his career and the longest by a Mets player in his first or second season since David Wright had a 15-game run in 2005...Previous high was 12 straight, August 25-September 7, 2013...David Wright also hit in 13 straight, August 2-August 14...Hit in five straight, with multiple hits in four of the five (.500, 9-18), August 22-August 27...Drove in seven runs during a four-game RBI streak, August 23-August 27. Voted ESPN's Defensive Player of the Month in August...Led the majors with 13 defensive runs saved in the month...Collected a career-best four hits, three runs, two RBI, two stolen bases and a walk from the leadoff spot on September 2...Marked the first time a Mets leadoff hitter reached five times in a game since 2011 (Jose Reyes)....The only other Met in team history to have four or more hits in a game with multiple RBI and stolen bases was Reyes on July 23, 2005 vs. the Dodgers when he went 4-5 with two RBI and two stolen bases...From August 22 through the end of the season, hit .323 (30-93)...Had two home runs and 13 RBI during this stretch...From August 29 through the end of the season, swiped nine bases, tied for the second-most in the majors and one behind the lead...Stole a career-best three bases on September 7 at Cincinnati...Went 30-86 (.349) against lefthanders...Started 37 games from the leadoff spot, hitting .276 (43-156) with a .329 on-base percentage.
Spent the majority of the season in New York after opening the year with Las Vegas (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League. Finished among the NL rookie leaders in numerous offensive categories: games (7th), at-bats (6th), hits (6th), doubles (tied for 5th), RBI (10th) and triples (tied for 2nd). Appeared in 108 games, 88 starts, in centerfield and 14 games, nine starts, in rightfield. Recalled from Las Vegas on April 23 and made his major league debut that night vs. Los Angeles-NL, entering the game in the top of the fifth as part of a double-switch...Flew out to leftfield in his first plate appearance before a seventh-inning single in his next at-bat...Played centerfield. Made his first career start, April 24 vs. Los Angeles-NL...Hit eighth and played centerfield...Drew a walk and finished 0-2. Collected his first outfield assist on May 1 at Miami, throwing out Nick Green at home plate. Hit his first major league home run, May 19 at Chicago-NL (off Travis Wood), a two-run shot that tied the game in the seventh inning...They were his first two big league RBI...Also finished the game with two hits, his first multi-hit game at the major league level...Before him, the last player who first major league home run was a game-tying or go-ahead home run in the seventh inning or later with the team was Lastings Milledge, who hit a 10th-inning game-tying home run off the Giants' Armando Benitez on June 4, 2006 at Shea. Set a career-high with three hits, June 5 at Washington...Tied that total six more times, last on September 22 at Philadelphia. Had multiple hits in three straight games vs. Philadelphia with an extra-base hit in each game (two doubles, a home run), July19-July 21...Won the National League Player of the Week for the period ending July 21...Batted .700 (7-10) and tied for the majors lead for the week in hits. Hit .353 (24-68) with nine extra-base hits in 22 July games,15 starts...Had multiple hits in eight games during the month...His average led all rookies (minimum 50 at-bats). Hit in a career-best and team high-tying 12 straight games, August 25-September 7...Went 17-46 (.370) during his run. S apped an 0-19 with a single on September 18 vs. San Francisco. Went 2-10 (.200) as a pinch-hitter.