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2023 1232.1 21 11 26 15 1 .244
2022 -1-0.3 .000
3y Avg. 100.51.9 20 8 20 20 0 .214
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Avoids arb at $1.38M

    Stewart signed a one-year, $1.38 million contract with the Mets on Friday, avoiding arbitration, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports. Stewart had to settle for a minor-league contract last winter, but he made his way up to Queens in early July and went on to post an .840 OPS with 11 home runs across 58 major-league games. The 29-year-old corner outfielder looks poised to get regular starts against right-handers in 2024.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Sits out first game of twin bill

    Stewart is absent from the lineup for the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Marlins, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. The Marlins are throwing southpaw Braxton Garrett, so the left-handed hitting Stewart will take a seat. He'll likely be back in the lineup for the nightcap, when the Mets are scheduled to face righty Johnny Cueto.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Hits bench versus lefty

    Stewart is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Marlins. Tim Locastro, Brandon Nimmo and Jeff McNeil will start across the outfield for the Mets as they take on left-hander Braxton Garrett. Stewart has batted just .188 with a .694 OPS in 41 plate appearances versus southpaws this year. He carries a .959 OPS in 126 plate appearances versus righties.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Returns to lineup

    Stewart (wrist) will bat fifth and play right field Saturday against the Phillies. Stewart had been out since Tuesday while dealing with a sore wrist. He's hit .264/.342/.557 in 50 games for the Mets this season and could get plenty of opportunities over the final eight games.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Out again with sore wrist

    Stewart (wrist) remains out of the lineup Friday at Philadelphia. Stewart is on the Mets' bench for a third straight game due to lingering wrist discomfort. Rafael Ortega, Brandon Nimmo and Jeff McNeil will start across the outfield Friday versus the Phillies and right-hander Taijuan Walker.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Remains out Thursday

    Stewart (wrist) isn't in the Mets' lineup Thursday against the Phillies, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Stewart was seen with an ice wrap around his wrist Wednesday, and the issue is apparently still severe enough to hold him out of Thursday's contest. Tim Locastro, Brandon Nimmo and Jeff McNeil will make up the Mets' outfield while Stewart recovers.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Scratched from lineup

    Stewart was scratched from the lineup Wednesday at Miami due to an apparent wrist injury, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Stewart was spotted with a large ice wrap on his wrist before the game, though there's no word yet as to the severity of the issue. Jeff McNeil will shift from left field to right field as Rafael Ortega enters the Mets' lineup in left.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Remains out of lineup

    Stewart (back) is out of the lineup again Friday at Minnesota. Stewart hasn't played since Sunday due to lower-back tightness, though he might have been held out Friday either way as the Mets prepare to face left-hander Dallas Keuchel. Tim Locastro is covering left field.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Remains sidelined Wednesday

    Stewart (back) remains absent from the lineup Wednesday against the Nationals. Stewart will miss a second straight game due to lower-back tightness. Jeff McNeil, Brandon Nimmo and Rafael Ortega are starting across the outfield for the visiting Mets as they take on right-hander Joan Adon.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: On bench vs. southpaw

    Stewart is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Nationals, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. The 29-year-old started the previous four games but will sit Tuesday with lefty Patrick Corbin pitching for Washington. Stewart has a .333/.387/.860 slash line with nine homers and 18 RBI in 16 games dating back to Aug. 15, though every start during that stretch came against a right-handed pitcher. Jeff McNeil will shift to right field while Tim Locastro starts in left.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Possible waiver wire pickups

    This one has trouble written all over it, I'm afraid, but when a no-name homers eight times in a 13-game span, including twice on Wednesday, it needs to be addressed. Rest assured that Stewart's power was never in question. He even had a stretch like this late in 2020, homering seven times in a nine-game span for Orioles, and it led to the longest look he's ever gotten in 2021. What he did with it was hit .204 with a .698 OPS. He was also hitting just .229 for Triple-A Syracuse when the Mets decided to bring him in as a warm body following their trade deadline purge. His destiny is to be a space-filler on a club in between contention cycles, but hey, he's doing a lot of the one thing he knows how to do. Maybe in a five-outfielder Rotisserie league, if you're looking to make up ground and homers and can avoid using him against lefties, Stewart has some utility.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Slugs two more homers

    Stewart went 2-for-4 with a pair of home runs and four RBI in a 6-5 extra-inning win over Texas on Wednesday. Stewart paired with Daniel Vogelbach for the second of back-to-back jacks in the second inning and added a two-run shot in the eighth. He also was credited with a walk-off RBI when he was hit by a pitch with the based loaded in the 10th. Stewart has been red-hot for about two weeks, belting eight long balls and collecting 15 RBI while batting .378 over his past 13 contests. Prior to the power surge, Stewart had swatted just one home run while hitting .171 over his first 24 games of the season.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Takes seat versus lefty

    Stewart is absent from the lineup Tuesday versus the Rangers. Tim Locastro, Brandon Nimmo and Jeff McNeil will start across the outfield as the Mets deploy a righty-heavy attack against left-hander Andrew Heaney. The left-handed-hitting Stewart is sitting on a .936 OPS through 35 games (96 plate appearances) with New York.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Two doubles in losing effort

    Stewart went 2-for-3 with two doubles in Wednesday's loss to Atlanta. He was the only Met to even get a hit off Charlie Morton in a 7-0 loss, rapping two-baggers off the veteran righty in the fifth and seventh innings to continue the outfielder's impressive hot streak. Stewart has started eight of the last nine games, collecting multiple hits in five of them and batting .393 (11-for-28) with two doubles, five homers and nine RBI.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Power surge continues

    Stewart went 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI in Monday's 10-4 victory over Atlanta. The 29-year-old lefty put New York on the board in the second inning with a solo shot off Allan Winans. The longball was Stewart's fifth in his last six games, elevating his OPS to an eye-popping 1.579 over this torrid stretch. Since his call-up from Triple-A Syracuse on July 4, Stewart owns a slash line of .246/.338/.574 with six home runs, 12 RBI and nine runs scored across 72 plate appearances.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Smacks another home run

    Stewart went 2-for-4 with a solo home run, an additional RBI and an additional run scored in Saturday's 13-2 win over the Cardinals. Stewart tagged starter Miles Mikolas for a solo shot in the fourth frame, marking his fourth long ball in as many games after going homerless in 17 straight outings. Stewart is slashing .241/.344/.556 with five homers, 10 RBI and eight runs scored through 27 games this season.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Crushes two homers in win

    Stewart went 2-for-4 with two homers and three RBI in Wednesday's 8-3 victory over Pittsburgh. Stewart took Johan Oviedo deep in his first at-bat of the game to give the Mets an early 1-0 lead. The right fielder then crushed his second long ball of the contest, this time a two-run shot, in the bottom of the fifth to put New York up by four runs. Stewart has now homered and collected two hits in back-back games, driving in five runs over that brief stretch.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: On bench again

    Stewart is out of the lineup again Tuesday versus the Pirates. Stewart has batted just .171 with a .593 OPS in 51 plate appearances since being selected to the Mets' major-league roster in early July. Brandon Nimmo, Tim Locastro and Jeff McNeil will start across the outfield Tuesday. Mark Vientos is taking a turn in the DH role as Danny Mendick handles third base.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Takes seat Monday

    Stewart is out of the lineup Monday versus the Pirates. Brandon Nimmo, Rafael Ortega and Jeff McNeil will start across the outfield for the Mets. Jonathan Arauz is covering second base. Stewart has gone hitless with seven strikeouts over his last 17 plate appearances.
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  • Mets' DJ Stewart: Remains sidelined Wednesday

    Stewart (wrist) remains absent from the lineup Wednesday versus the Cubs. Stewart was scratched Tuesday after experiencing some wrist discomfort during pregame batting practice, per Laura Albanese of Newsday, and he'll get another day off for rest and treatment. Rafael Ortega is in left field, Jeff McNeil is in right and Abraham Almonte will serve as the Mets' designated hitter.
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