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Ranking the Top 4 1-2 Starting Rotation Duos in Mets History
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Over the years, the Mets have been blessed with some of the best starting pitchers in the league.

Whether it was members of the 1969 World Series champions, the 1986 World Series champions or some of the more recent Mets who have become All-Stars and some of the better pitchers of their time, the Mets certainly have had some of baseball's best on the mound.

Today, the Mets' rotation is led by the young and very promising duo of Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler. In just his first full season in the major leagues, Harvey is 6-1 with a National League-leading 2.05 ERA. He also leads the league in strikeouts (121) and WHIP (0.882).

As for Wheeler, he has made his first two major league starts this month and is 1-0 with a 3.18 ERA. He will most likely stay in the Mets' rotation for the rest of the season as the Mets take their next step towards competing for the future.

How will Harvey and Wheeler stack up against other top rotation duos in Mets' history? It's too early to tell yet, but here is a look at the Mets' all-time top-four starting rotation duos.

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