B-Mets Offense Struggling Early In Season

By WBNG News

April 8, 2012 Updated Apr 8, 2012 at 11:16 PM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) After starting 0 and 2, the Binghamton Mets got their first win of the season Saturday.

And even though they got a win, the B-Mets are still looking for a little offense.

After three games this season, the offense has managed just 3 runs on 13 hits.

And they've struck out 24 times.

B-Mets manager Pedro Lopez says part of the issue has been the cold weather.

He says another thing is guys are concentrating on establishing the same game plan when they go to the plate.

Lopez says the at bats got better over the first three games and hopes that will continue.

"I just hope the guys keep doing what they're doing, keep focusing on the process instead of the end result and they're going to be ok. I think those good at bats are going to turn into base hits and RBIs," says Lopez.

The B-Mets are batting just .157 in the first 3 games of the season, which ranks them last in the Eastern League.

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