Directionless Mets Will Be Bad For Years to Come

Posted: 15th December 2009 by John Fennelly in MLB
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Minaya Out of Answers In Attempt to Improve Hapless Club Roy Halliday is a Phillie today. John Lackey is in Boston and Matt Holliday may end up staying in St. Louis. The fourth big fish to be had this offseason, Jason Bay, is still out there. The Mets have an offer on the table to Bay, the player they had the most chance of landing this offseason.  The question is, will they close the deal on this much-needed asset? I believe they will.  Bay's current team, the Red Sox, spent their allowance on Lackey—plus Bay has already rejected their offers. The Mets will now do what it takes to land the 30-year-old slugger. The real question for the Mets is: Even with Bay, which direction is this franchise going in? The future looks dim. The farm system is in a shambles.  The maj ...

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