The completion of the Super Bowl each year results in the end of the NFL season. By then, it's February, which means that MLB spring training is right around the corner. With baseball season will come warmer weather and another great year in MLB history.
New York Mets' fans may not think that 2013 will be a big year for the Mets, but that does not mean that there is nothing to look forward to. Quite a few young talents will continue their development, and some should be ready for the major leagues this year. There will also be veterans who are trying to revive their careers and give the Mets a boost.
This spring training will be more unique than most because of the 2013 World Baseball Classic, which takes place in March. Some regular Mets' players may not be available for part of the Mets' spring training because of their team's World Baseball Classic schedules. As a result, some backups and minor league players will get more exposure during spring training games in March.
Here are five specific players Mets fans can look forward to seeing the most in spring training.