McNeil went 2-for-5 with a home run, two RBI and a pair of runs scored in Saturday's 11-4 win over San Francisco.
McNeil extended yet another hit streak to eight games, but the long ball is what will get his fantasy owners going. The contact machine has actually found his power stroke over the last month, popping seven of his nine homers over his last 33 games (.357/.392/.593 over that span). Even with the recent power surge, McNeil's main fantasy asset continues to be his league-leading .345 batting average.
McNeil went 1-for-4 with a home run and two RBI in Sunday's win over the Marlins.
After leading off the game with his eighth homer of the year, McNeil picked up an RBI on a fielder's choice in the sixth inning. The 27-year-old has played at least 15 games at four different positions for the Mets so far -- second base, third base and both outfield corners -- but wherever he's been stationed, he's collected hits by the bushel. McNeil has hit safely in all three games since the All-Star break and nine of his last 10 overall, pushing his MLB-leading batting average up to .349.
McNeil went 4-for-5 with a run scored and an RBI in Saturday's 6-5 win over the Phillies.
It's the 27-year-old's fourth four-hit game of the season already. McNeil is on fire heading into his first All-Star Game appearance, slashing .443/.473/.729 over his last 17 games with four homers, three steals, 14 runs and 16 RBI, and the surge has moved him 15 points ahead of Cody Bellinger for the major-league lead in batting average.
McNeil went 3-for-5 with two runs batted in and a stolen base in a victory over Atlanta on Sunday.
On the day he was named to the All-Star team for the first time, McNeil recorded his eighth game of three or more hits this season and took over the major-league lead in batting average. The performance culminated a transcendent June in which McNeil hit .373 (38-for-102) with four homers and 17 runs batted in. For the season, the second-year star is slashing .348/.412/.509 in 267 at-bats.
McNeil went 2-for-4 with a solo home run, a walk, a double, two RBI and a run scored Wednesday against the Phillies.
McNeil took Nick Pivetta deep to lead off the fifth inning and record his sixth home run of the campaign. He added an RBI double an inning later to put the Mets up 4-0. McNeil has swung the bat well of late, putting together seven multi-hit efforts in his last nine starts. That's helped raise his line to .351/.414/.514 across 278 plate appearances for the season.
McNeil went 4-for-5 with one run, one RBI and one double in Tuesday's 7-5 loss at Philadelphia.
McNeil went 1-for-5 in the series opener but delivered yet another multi-hit performance Tuesday. The 27-year-old has shown no signs of slowing down and is slashing .348/.410/.498 with five homers and 20 doubles in 66 games.
McNeil will get the day off Sunday against the Cubs, Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports.
McNeil will sit after starting six straight contests. He had a strong performance in Saturday's blowout victory over the Cubs, going 2-for-5 with a double and three RBI. His season slash line now sits at an excellent .342/.407/.494.
McNeil went 2-for-5 with a home run and three RBI in a 5-4 victory against the Cubs on Friday.
The 27-year-old is having quite a month, as he is 24-for-67 (.358) with eight extra-base hits in June. McNeil has recorded multiple hits in each of his last four games. He is batting .341 with five home runs, 24 RBI, 32 runs and two steals in 232 at-bats this season.
McNeil went 2-for-4 with two doubles, a run scored and a stolen base in Wednesday's loss to Atlanta.
Hitting leadoff and starting at second base with Robinson Cano on the bench -- his 20th game played at the keystone, locking in 2020 eligibility at the position in most formats -- McNeil collected his fifth multi-hit performance in his last nine games. The 27-year-old is now slashing .345/.367/.534 with two homers, two steals, six RBI and 10 runs through 14 contests in June.
McNeil went 3-for-5 with a walk, a solo home run and three runs scored Tuesday against the Braves.
McNeil had already reached base three times before stepping to the plate in the ninth inning, but he capped off his performance by taking Josh Tomlin deep. He now has four homers on the season, and has continued to display strong plate skills (.404 on-base percentage and 11 percent strikeout rate). He's now hitting .333 and slugging .470 across 245 plate appearances for the season.
McNeil is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
McNeil started seven of the last eight games at second base since Robinson Cano (quadriceps) was placed on the injured list, but he receives the day off Sunday with Cano returning to action. McNeil seems likely to return to a more regular role in left field going forward for the Mets.
McNeil went 2-for-5 with a three-run homer in a 12-5 loss to the Yankees in the first game of a doubleheader Tuesday.
McNeil staked the Mets to a 4-1 lead in the third inning as he homered to right center with two men on. Since his return from the injured list June 4, McNeil has gone 9-for-25 and has raised his already-impressive slash line to .337/.411/.468 for the season.
McNeil is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Rockies.
McNeil has hit .360 over his last five games, though that barely counts as a hot streak in a season in which he's hit .335 overall. Adeiny Hechavarria starts at second base Sunday, with J.D. Davis in left field.
McNeil is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Giants, Matt Ehalt of Yahoo Sports reports.
Since being activated from the 10-day injured list Tuesday, McNeil has started in both of the Mets' games, going 4-for-10 with a double and a run scored between the two contests. Per Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News, manager Mickey Callaway said McNeil sit Thursday as part of a pre-planned day off, suggesting the 27-year-old didn't experience any setbacks with his left hamstring in either of his two starts. Expect McNeil to check back into the lineup for Friday's series opener against the Rockies.
McNeil (hamstring) was activated from the 10-day injured list Tuesday.
McNeil spent just slightly longer than the minimum 10 days on the injured list with a hamstring strain. With Robinson Cano (quadriceps) still out, McNeil lines up as the starting second baseman for now, but he may shift back out to left field once Cano is reinstated from the injured list.
McNeil (hamstring) is running at 70 percent and participating in baseball activities, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.
McNeil landed on the injured list last week with the left hamstring strain, so his relatively quick return to baseball activities is good news regarding the severity of the injury. It's not fully clear what activities he's been participating in, so it's difficult to pinpoint where he's currently at in his progression.
The Mets placed McNeil (hamstring) on the 10-day injured list Thursday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
After sitting out Wednesday's game against the Nationals while managing a tight left hamstring, McNeil was expected to check back into the lineup for the series finale. Instead, he'll now be sidelined for at least the next week and a half after manager Mickey Callaway said Thursday that McNeil's tight hamstring was significant enough to necessitate extra time off. With Robinson Cano (quadriceps) also moving to the IL, the Mets have now lost four members of their Opening Day lineup to injuries. Cano and McNeil will join outfielders Michael Conforto (concussion) and Brandon Nimmo (neck) on the IL.
McNeil (hamstring) is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Nationals, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
The Mets were optimistic that McNeil would be ready to rejoin the lineup in the series finale after sitting out Wednesday, but his left hamstring is apparently still bothering him. With McNeil and Robinson Cano (quadriceps) both banged up, the Mets will hand starts to J.D. Davis in left field and Adeiny Hechavarria at second base.
McNeil, who is not in Wednesday's lineup against the Nationals, is dealing with left hamstring tightness, but expects to be back in the lineup Thursday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
He felt it toward the end of Tuesday's game when he took second base on defensive indifference, but the injury is not considered serious. J.D. Davis will start in left field and hit second in his place.
McNeil (abdomen) is back in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Marlins.
After missing one start due to abdominal tightness, McNeil will slot back in atop the order against right-hander Pablo Lopez. He has now led off in each of his last 19 starts -- including against four left-handers in that span. McNeil has an OPS over .900 against both lefties and righties this season, and he's striking out just 8.8 percent of the time overall (171 plate appearances).
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