Wil Nieves : .224 / .224 / .328
Pudge in May : .233 / .242 / . 350
As good as Pudge was in April he was basically just single-ing all over the place. That's helpful but it wasn't carrying the offense. As long as they can keep the "Big Three" in the lineup and someone else happens to be doing well at that moment, that's enough to keep them in games.