New York Mets: 5 Big Offseason Questions That Still Need to Be Answered

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New York Mets: 5 Big Offseason Questions That Still Need to Be Answered
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The Mets recently pulled off a blockbuster trade that sent reigning NL Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey plus catchers Josh Thole and Mike Nickeas to the Blue Jays for catchers Travis D'Arnaud and John Buck, as well as pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard and outfield prospect Wuilmer Becerra.

While it was unfortunate to see someone like Dickey depart, the trade will benefit the Mets quicker than most may think. D'Arnaud could be ready for a major league call-up as soon as late April, while Buck could serve as an adequate catcher for the Mets until then. Syndergaard is highly regarded and Becerra could be a potential steal from the trade as well.

However, the Mets still need to make some more trades and signings before their 2013 roster is ready to go in April. Some areas of the team are already solidified, but other areas need major improvements.

Here are five big offseason questions that the Mets have yet to answer.

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