How To Fix The New York Mets

Posted: 25th November 2009 by Danny Bifani in MLB
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Before they became a dysfunctional, injury-ridden 92-loss laughingstock, the New York Mets were actually not a bad team. Sure they had two consecutive meltdowns, one of colossal proportion, yet leaving room for hope until the bitter end, game No. 162. It seems like ages ago, but the Mets were arguably the best team in baseball three short years ago, and fell a Carlos Beltran gapper short of a World Series berth. Also, remember that that team featured neither ace Johan Santana nor saves king Francisco Rodriguez. When at full strength, the Mets are contenders. A healthy core of Jose Reyes, David Wright, Beltran, Santana, and Rodriguez alone makes them respectable. However, that being said, therein lies the problemùthere isn't much else after their core stars. Sure, Jeff Francoeur will only ...

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