Lineup Changes the New York Mets Should Implement

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Lineup Changes the New York Mets Should Implement
Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports
Should there be more pine time for Ike Davis?

It's time to make a few changes on the New York Mets. Sure, it's just the second week in May, but with New York languishing in fourth place in the NL East, there is no time like the present to shake things up a little.

Why not? Expectations are pretty low for manager Terry Collins' club anyway. What do they have to lose?

Heading into last night's contest with the White Sox, New York ranked 13th in the National League in batting (.234) and 10th in OBP (.309). They're averaging 4.9 runs per game, which is pretty solid, but they can do even better.

Let's take a look at some changes the Mets should implement to make their offensive lineup and bench more productive.

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