The MLB regular season comes to a grinding halt this Sunday after 162 grueling games, and some will say that in the NL East, everything has gone according to plan.
The Phillies have clinched their third straight division crown. The Nats have put together back-to-back 100-loss seasons. The Marlins and the Braves fought for a wild card position into the last week of the season, and the Mets lost over 90 games, the first time they did that since 2004.
They did what?
Yes, the Mets, the preseason co-favorite with the Phillies in the NL East, had what many dire Mets fans are saying was the most disappointing season in the history of the franchise.
Personally I wouldn't go that far. 1987 was the stinker of all time. Remember, the '86 club won 108 games and bullied thei ...
Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - MLB
Article written by Richard Marsh