4 Offseason Moves the New York Mets Clearly Should Have Made

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4 Offseason Moves the New York Mets Clearly Should Have Made
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After a surprisingly strong first month of the season, the New York Mets are now 17-25 and sitting in a disappointing fourth place in the NL East.

This offseason was a very busy one. The highlights for the Mets were signing star David Wright to an eight-year, nine-figure extension while also trading 2012 Cy Young winner R.A. Dickey.

Surprisingly, despite the poor record this season, those two moves have paid off. Wright has gotten on base all season, even though he consistently has no protection from the hitters around him. And Dickey has already allowed nine home runs and 28 walks in 62.0 innings en route to a mediocre 4-5 record, 4.50 ERA and 1.31 WHIP.

Nonetheless, the Mets are bad. Really bad. There was a lot that could have and should have been done this offseason to improve the roster at hand.

Here are four moves the Mets clearly should have made this offseason:

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