The New York Mets have not seen the MLB post season in eight years, will 2015 be the one? Right-hander Matt Harvey has missed nearly a year and a half after Tommy John surgery and is set to return but sadly Zach Wheeler suffered the same fate and will be out the season. Luckily, the Mets are deep at starting pitchers and should be ok there. Rookie Noah Syndergaard should see some spot starts later in the season and will certainly be a future
draw for fans and Mets’ ticket holders.
Offensively, the 3-4 combination of 3B David Wright and 1B Lucas Duda should cause their fair share of trouble for opposing pitchers. A healthy Michael Cuddyer, coming over from the Colorado Rockies is a seasoned outfielder and should provide the leadership needed to take this Mets team to the next level. The pieces are certainly starting to fall into place for the Mets and a season over .500 is definitely within their grasp. The NL East is a tough division with the Washington Nationals sitting at the top, but as they say, anything can happen; it’s why they play the games.
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