From Buster Olney today (Insider required, sorry):
From ESPN Stats & Info: Kelly Johnson hasn't exactly been a world-beater this year, but if he were on the Mets all year, he'd probably be considered their best hitter. His batting average (.275), OPS (.772) and at-bats per home run (20.2) would hypothetically be No. 1 among Mets players with 100-plus plate appearances.
Now, I don't root against the Metsies; actually I want them to do well. Better for the NY market if both teams are strong, and a whole lot more fun. But seeing that the 2014 Yanks' castoff, Kelly Johnson, would be the Mets best offensive player made me chuckle.
Of course, we here at IIATMS would be remiss to point out that it was just about this time last year when the Yanks flipped Johnson to Boston for Stephen Drew and $500K, who we then re-signed and continue to play nearly every day. Maybe the joke's really on us?