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The new faces behind Mets' post-All-Star break hot stretch

There are all sorts of stats to back the Mets' recent trade acquisition achievements.

The Mets' designated hitter and pinch hitter (the most improved spots at the Aug. 2 trade deadline) are the best in baseball since Daniel Vogelbach made his debut with the club in July. Finished playing Wednesday with 969 OPS. 24. His DH and pinch hitter for the Mets made him the 6th worst player in baseball before the trade.

Vogelbach, who was acquired by the Pirates, was on base in all 13 Mets appearances. Tyler, who came from Cincinnati his Nakin, recorded his OPS of 1.254 on the team. This is the 6th highest in Mets history in his first 10 games. Former Giant Darrin Ruff has appeared in five games and batted .333 with five runs scored.

And then there are the simplest statistics. The Mets are on his 15-2 record since trading Vogelbach and starting to consolidate his spot on the bench with DH.

"The front office did a great job of getting us the right group to help us win. 13} 10-2 to the Reds at Citi Field. Victory,

Daniel Vogelbach
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After attack depth

Nakin benched Mark Kana at left-handed at bat and kept Jeff McNeil infield against right-handed hitters. But he hit big again against Cincinnati, hitting a home run in the 3rd inning to make it 6-0, he added a double in the 5th, and 7 of the first 11 hits in the Mets extra-base hit.

Vogelbach — In the afternoon, many Mets stepped to the plate to Kelis' "Milkshake," which changed the warm-up music for the first Women's Day at Citi Field — In the third he ripped an RBI single and added two runs. This would have been a three-run double if Pete Alonso hadn't been thrown to the plate.

In his 15 games with the Mets, Vogelbach had a . All the while, he, Naquin, and Rafe have helped keep the rest of the Mets fresh.

The addition of the bat allowed Brandon to rest Nemo on Tuesday and Sterling his Marte on Wednesday. Canha and Eduardo Escobar are platoon roles. The Mets keep rolling no matter who is playing. "I think it's another byproduct of Billy [Eppler] and the movement artery we wanted to do," said the manager back after his six-game winning streak for the Mets. Showalter said. "Because it made other players better and physically fitter."

The Mets posted his 5-plus points in his ninth straight game. This is the longest winning streak in a major this season.

"We will miss J.D. Davis, but the people who have come are also helping us win ball games," said Lindo. "I'm glad they're here."