Solving the Mets’ Problems: The Eight-Step Solution

Posted: 2nd December 2009 by Michael Ganci in MLB
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Let me start off by apologizing. Work has been crazy, but I am back. I am not going to let the naysayers keep me from posting, so there. I am here, and I am ready to go. I decided that today would be as good a day as any to construct my offseason guide for what the Mets need to do. I am going to go step by step for what may be a cost-effective and solid way of getting this team back together. This team has money to spend, but we all know that the Wilpons have been swindled in the Bernie Madoff scheme a lot more then we are being lead to believe. LetÆs start off with what has already been done. 1) SAY GOODBYE TO JJ AND EXERCISE PELFREYÆS OPTION: These moves were both no brainers. A lot of people seemed to think that the Mets were going to exercise the option on Putz solely for the purpose ...

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