4 Bold Predictions for the New York Mets in the Second Half of the Season

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4 Bold Predictions for the New York Mets in the Second Half of the Season
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The New York Mets have pleasantly surprised a lot of people this year.

R.A Dickey and David Wright have led the way for the Mets, a team everyone expected to struggle mightily in 2012. Dickey is 12-1 with a 2.40 ERA, and his team is 46-40 and currently just 4.5 games behind the Nationals for first place in the NL East.

Wright has a .351 batting average this year, and he has anchored a surprisingly good offense. Ike Davis has been hitting well recently, and Jason Bay will return from injury soon. New York may want to make a move at the trade deadline, but they do have a good team.

As we learned in the first half, the Mets are very hard to predict. The same will go for the second half, but I'll give it a shot anyways.

Here are four bold predictions for the Mets in the second half of the season.

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