When you look at the Mets' offseason to date, what you see is a whole lot of nothing. The Mets have made no splashy moves, no free-agent signings, and no impact trades as they determine how the market will play out. But while the Mets have remained stagnant, the Mets' chief rivals have all made impact moves that will improve their prospects for 2010: á Phillies Acquired Roy Halladay
Acquired Billy Wagner, Takashi Saito, and Jesse Chavez
Acquired Curtis Granderson
Acquired John Lackey
There's no doubt that the pressure is on GM Omar Minaya to make splashy moves, not only to match the other clubs, but also ultimately to improve the Mets and give this team a chance to compete in 2010.
But as the money burns a hole in Minaya's pocket, on ...
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Article written by Josh Levitt