Mets’ Reds Killers

Moises Alou
Tough to pinpoint one. I’d probably give it to Moises Alou, only because his 31 HRs are his most against any team. Although he’s also struck out more times (78) against the Reds than anyone else.

Alou .311 (164-for-528), 31 HRs, 98 RBI, 92 runs

Former Red Brady Clark also tears us up … .352 (63-for-179) … 16 doubles and 38 runs, both most against any opponent.

And Pedro’s numbers against the Reds (7-2, 2.11 ERA, 106 Ks in 93 2/3 innings and 1 of 3 career saves) are pretty impressive.

Honorable mention:

Luis Castillo .338 (80-for-237), 42 runs
David Wright .338 (24-for-71), 5 HRs
Raul Casanova .342 (13-for-38)
Billy Wagner 2-3, 39 saves, 2.19 ERA, 88 Ks in 65 2/3 innings

And to a lesser extent:

Oliver Perez 8-3, 107 Ks in 88 2/3 innings
Jorge Sosa 2-0, 3.33 ERA, 24 Ks in 24 1/3 innings
Scott Schoeneweis 1-0, 1.93 ERA in 9 1/3 innings

ANTI REDS KILLERS

John Maine 0-2, 10.00 ERA, 15 hits, 3 HRs, 6 BBs in 9 innings
Johan Santana 6.14 ERA, 9 hits in 7 1/3 innings
Nelson Figueroa 5.29 ERA in 17 innings
Aaron Heilman 5.60 ERA in 17 2/3 innings
Duaner Sanchez 0-1, 9.00 ERA in 8 innings
Marlon Anderson .235 (32-for-136)
Damion Easley .210 (13-for-62)

1 Comment

  1. Andy Kuhn

    As a Met, Jeromy Burnitz hit the farthest ball I have ever seen an opponent hit at GABP. July 4, 2004 I believe, He kicked a field goal between the smoke stacks. Ball was still going up last I checked.

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