NY Mets: 10 Reasons Terry Collins Should Win NL Manager of the Year

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NY Mets: 10 Reasons Terry Collins Should Win NL Manager of the Year
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In just his second season as the Mets manager, Terry Collins has found more success than many could have imagined with the Mets this year. The Mets were widely projected to finish in last place in the NL East this year, but have responded with a winning record at the All-Star break. A recent losing skid may have some fans worrying, but nonetheless, it has been quite a successful year so far for Collins and the Mets.

If the Mets can find a way to make the 2012 postseason, especially with the new Wild Card rule in effect, Collins could become the first Mets manager to ever win the NL Manager of the Year Award. It would probably be quite an honor for him when considering how far the Mets have come as a team in the last few seasons, plus how far Collins himself has come as a manager.

Here are 10 reasons why Collins should win the 2012 NL Manager of the Year Award.

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