There's no denying it, Curtis Granderson is currently playing the best he has since he joined the Mets and after many slumps since the start of last season looks like he's the same man who hit 40 Home Runs with the Yankees.
Earlier this season, we had Bryce Harper go on a massive hitting streak and then this month the same happened with Giancarlo Stanton and now it's Grandy's turn to shine. It took Granderson more than 50 At Bats to hit his first Home Run of the season and only hit one in all of April while finishing the month with a .231 Batting Average. However, once June came along, he found his bat. In his last 7 games, Grandy hit 5 Home Runs and throughout the month raked in a total of 9 Home Runs and had hit .293 while also becoming one of just 13 N.L. players with at least 13 Home Runs and has the 6th most Home Runs of any N.L. Outfielder.
How long can his streak last? Only time can tell, but one thing is for sure, Granderson is single handedly leading the Mets offense right now.