The Mets this past season were 74-88 and in third place. However, their overall performance did not mean that everyone on the team struggled. The Mets pitching staff had a 3.77 ERA, which was good enough for eighth best in the National League and thirteenth among all teams.
Offensively, though, the Mets were not as impressive. Their 619 runs scored was eleventh in the National League and twenty-third overall, while their team batting average of .237 was second-to-last both in the National League and overall. These are numbers that the Mets will have to improve in order to become a more successful team.
Furthermore, a few Mets hitters did not perform as well as some may have expected them to. Here are five Mets hitters who are destined for bounceback seasons in 2014.