The Major League Baseball season is arguably one of the most exhausting and mentally grueling seasons in sports.
The All-Star break, often seen as the midpoint in the season, has also served as the turning point for many players and teams. For the New York Mets, they have been on a surprisingly positive run recently.
It should be interesting to see how this young team competes in the second half.
There are also some regulars who have gone cold recently despite the good run of form for the team.
Fortunately, the Mets have more “hot” players than “cold” players right now.
Here are the hottest and coldest Mets players heading into the second half.