There are less than two weeks of spring training remaining for the New York Mets with several important roster decisions still remaining for manager Terry Collins and his brain trust.
Opportunities abound in Port St. Lucie, including in the outfield, the bullpen and on the bench. Even so, there are still only going to be 25 players heading north at the end of March and there will be some impressive names left behind.
David Wright's injury may open the door for an opportunity in the infield, but Collins is still going to have to demote or cut some talented players before the Mets open their 2013 campaign on April 1 against the San Diego Padres.
Here are four players who will be tough to leave behind for the Mets.