Asdrubal Cabrera – Since returning from the DL on 8/19, he has a .345/.406/.635 line in 165 PA.
Cespedes – Finished with a 133 OPS+, the same mark that David Wright did in 2006.
Bartolo Colon – He has 500 lifetime starts in his career, the seventh-most in MLB since 1980.
Jeurys Familia – It may seem he had always pitched in three of the past four games but his IP total was indistinguishable from previous seasons. He had 77.2 IP this year, compared to 78.0 a season ago and 77.1 in 2014.
Curtis Granderson – In 251 innings in CF, he had a 0 UZR and a +1 DRS. In 495.1 innings in CF, Cespedes had a (-10.5) UZR and a (-7) DRS.
Robert Gsellman – Finished second on the team with a 54.2 GB% behind only Familia and his remarkable 63.3 rate.
Jose Reyes – His 9 SB led the team and he was thrown out just twice.
Rene Rivera – He threw out 18 of the 61 baserunner who tried to steal against him. That’s a 30% success rate, compared to a league average mark of 27%.
Syndergaard – His 6.5 fWAR tied 2013 Matt Harvey and 1991 David Cone for the 10th-best mark among pitchers in franchise history. Tom Seaver in his underrated 1971 season had a 9.1 fWAR for the club record.
And now for a team factoid. There will be at least seven different players on the postseason roster compared to the Opening Day roster and that number could be as high as 11, depending on decisions with Eric Campbell, Jim Henderson, Kevin Plawecki and Logan Verrett.