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Grading the Individual Seasons of Each Mets Position Player
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Overall, the Mets' 74-88 season in 2012 was a mixed bag full of both good and bad moments. The first half was enjoyable as the Mets played much better than anyone expected and were contending for the Wild Card with a 46-40 record at the All-Star break. However, the team fell apart immediately after the All-Star break and the great early season moments ultimately went to waste.

While the Mets having a losing record for the fourth consecutive season is not good by all means, there were still some bright spots among the team. On the other hand, there were plenty of players whose poor performance did not help the Mets become any better.

In this first of a two-part series of individual reflections, here are the individual grades for each Mets position player that played in at least one game in 2012.

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