5 Takeaways from New York Mets' Early-Season Struggles

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5 Takeaways from New York Mets' Early-Season Struggles
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Curtis Granderson, who was signed this offseason to protect David Wright in the lineup, is one of many Mets hitters who are struggling thus far.

Despite splurging this offseason for the first time in years, the New York Mets are off to a slow start to the 2014 season.

The most notable offseason acquisitions include outfielders Curtis Granderson and Chris Young, as well as ageless starter Bartolo Colon.

However, the Mets continue to struggle for consistency on offense and defense. Their record, which reached .500 on Tuesday night for the first time all season, only bolsters this point.

Here are the 5 biggest takeaways from the Mets' early-season struggles.

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