The dust has finally settled from this debacle of a season in Queens, NY, and needless to say, the Mets have plenty of work to do. Sure the team was decimated by injuries, but even when healthy, this team has plenty of holes to fill if it plans on being a championship contender in 2010. The Mets went out after the 2008 season and addressed their biggest need, the bullpen. The moves worked, as the bullpen may have been the teams only strength in 2009. Now the Mets need help in just about every other aspect of the game, be it offense, starting pitching behind ace Johan Santana, or bench players who play fundamentally sound baseball, and the Flushing faithful is impatiently waiting to see how management fills these holes. Despite many outside observers who believe the Mets will be cutting bac ...
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