The New York Mets certainly struggled offensively during the 2013 Major League Baseball season.
Not only did they finish next to last in the National League in batting with a feeble .237 average, but the Mets also placed 12th in the senior circuit with 130 home runs, which was 14 below the league average.
What are New York's prospects for 2014? If the team is to seriously compete for a playoff berth, the offensive attack has to improve.
Now that spring training is in full stride, let's take a look at three predictions for New York's offense when the regular season gets underway on Mar. 31 against the Washington Nationals.
All statistics courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com.