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PHILADELPHIA -- Barring a crazy number of at-bats over the final week, Travis d'Arnaud will maintain his rookie status in 2014.
D'Arnaud currently is at 86 at-bats. He will be considered a rookie again next season unless he exceeds 130 at-bats.
The Mets have only eight games remaining, and d'Arnaud is not going to start all of those. If he started six, he would need to average 7.5 at-bats per game to eliminate Rookie of the Year consideration in 2014.
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