Well, the 2012 season was interesting for David Wright and the New York Mets. There were plenty of twists and turns along the way, and a team primed to continue shocking everyone going into the All-Star break, ended up crashing back down to Earth after the mid-summer classic. So, what kind of team was the 2012 Mets? At 74-88 and in fourth place in the NL East for the fourth straight season, they were average. To put it plainly, their offense and defense were spotty at best; the bullpen was among the worst in baseball for most of the year, with their starting pitching being the most effective piece.
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