Daniel Murphy's Law: Anything That Can Go Wrong Will—for the New York Mets

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Daniel Murphy's Law: Anything That Can Go Wrong Will—for the New York Mets
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Daniel Murphy being carried off the field on August 7th, 2011

Murphy's Law states, "Anything that can go wrong will go wrong."

Since the middle of September 2007, this has become the new team motto of the New York Mets

Between bad free agent signings and an injury tally bigger than Snooki's tanning bill, the Mets have gone from World Series contenders to the laughing stock of baseball in five years.

This slideshow will detail the bad signings and rash of injuries that have led to the Mets downfall in a city now and forever dominated by the Evil Empire known as the New York Yankees.

Let's start with bad free agent signings:

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