Wait Till Next Year: The 10 Most Deflating Games Of The 2010 Mets Season

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Wait Till Next Year: The 10 Most Deflating Games Of The 2010 Mets Season
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Over the course of a 162 game season, there are bound to be ups and downs. Some nights will be good, and some nights will be bad. For the Mets, 2010 was truly that roller coaster. At the end of April the Mets had a 9-1 home stand that had fans being reminded of the glorious year of 2006. However, as the season progressed mediocrity became their greatest enemy as fans waited on the edge of their seats for another major run that would never come to fruition. A four game deficit to the Braves at the all-star break slowly continued to grow in the weeks following as the Flushing Faithful grasped onto whatever slim playoff hopes the hapless Amazin's still had. In the end though, the inevitable occurred, and 2010 is history. As Oliver Perez walked off the mound in the 14th inning after walking in a run to deal the Mets their final loss of the season, it had sunk in. 2010 was over. 

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