When I think about how badly the Mets 2009 season has been, I cringe. I can't help but think what could've been, even though I know that this season was doomed from the start. This team was not well constructed, and the rash of injuries, no matter how severe they were, highlighted the Mets' shortcomings.
And yes, there were many problems with the Mets that we could focus on today:
• the lack of depth
• the inability to produce quality players in the minors, who could step in right away
• the dependency on old players
• the inability to find proper players to supplement the Mets' core
• all those injuries!
But as the Mets move forward, there's one problem in particular that the Mets need to address before the 2010 ...
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Article written by Josh Levitt