The One Thing Each Mets Player Hopefully Improved This Offseason

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The One Thing Each Mets Player Hopefully Improved This Offseason
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The 2013 Spring Training is about a month away, which means the Mets will soon journey to Florida to prepare for the upcoming regular season. For those that will play in the World Baseball Classic in March, getting in game shape early is even more important.

Offseason workout programs usually consist of baseball fundamentals, weight lifting and running. Some players may also try to improve certain aspects of their game, such as hitting curveballs or hitting against left-handed pitching.

Hopefully, each of the Mets' players have been active this offseason with their personal workouts and staying in shape for the 2013 regular season. Here is something that each player hopefully improved during the offseason.

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