New York Mets: Reviewing Mets' June

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New York Mets: Reviewing Mets' June
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It was a roller coaster, but the New York Mets will live to tell the tale.

In what was easily their toughest month so far, with eight of their nine opponents in June having records over .500, the Mets had some major highs and plenty of lows, but ended a respectable 15-13, putting them only 2.5 games out of first place in the NL East.

This month really exposed the Mets' strengths— gritty play and two-out RBIs, and some of their weaknesses—the bullpen and lack of consistent power.

With only six games left until the All-Star break, the Mets are not only giving their fans an entertaining season through the halfway point, but are also very much alive and contending for the playoffs.

The road won't be getting any easier for the Mets, whose July includes only six home games post-All-Star break, six games against the first-place Washington Nationals and the beginning of their always tough West Coast road trip.

But for now, let's look back and review some of the highs and lows of what was easily the wildest month of the season for the Amazins

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