10 Reasons Why the Mets Cannot Afford to Trade Away Ike Davis

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10 Reasons Why the Mets Cannot Afford to Trade Away Ike Davis
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With the 2012 season almost at its end, the Mets will potentially have to make a big decision whether to trade one of their left-handed hitting sluggers. One option is first baseman Ike Davis, and the other is outfielder Lucas Duda.

The Mets do not necessarily have to trade either of them, but will be open to doing so for the right price. However, unless the Mets are blown away with an amazing offer they cannot refuse, they should at least make sure that Ike Davis stays with the Mets.

Despite a horrendous start to his season, Davis has been one of the Mets' best hitters thanks to a very resurgent second half to his season. His defense has been great all year, and he is becoming more and more of an offensive leader for a Mets team that is in dire need to another offensive superstar alongside David Wright.

Here are 10 reasons why the Mets cannot afford to trade Ike Davis in the offseason.

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