1. Who Should the New York Mets Target with Their 2013 First-Round Pick?

    Although the New York Mets aren't exactly kicking butts and taking names on the field, they're still a big-market team, and that means they have big-market money...

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  2. New York Mets' Coldest Starts to the Season That Will Continue

    Championships aren't necessarily won or lost during the first week of the season. That said, the initial few games on a team's schedule can set the tone in a positive direction or be a harbinger of disasters to come in the ensuing months...

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  3. Timetable, Predictions for Jennry Mejia's Return from Injury

    While not as ravaged by injuries as their crosstown rivals, there is still plenty of pain to be found within the New York Mets ’ roster. David Wright and Daniel Murphy, two of the big stars on offense, are probable for the season’s start...

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  4. David Wright, Ike Davis Key New York Mets' Starting Lineup After Spring Training

    So easy a caveman can do it. You’ ve heard that tagline about a thousand times, as it was commonly used by Geico in commercials...

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  5. Dillon Gee, Ruben Tejada Among New York Mets Expected to Outplay Their Contracts

    It’s doubtful that anyone would shed a tear about the ability of a Major League Baseball player to provide a living for himself and his family. That said, some players could credibly make the argument that they're underpaid...

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  6. New York Mets' 3 Most Pivotal Bench Players in 2013

    What do you get when a team mixes a good amount of young talent with a relative lack of established superstars? The result is a "win" for the fans—healthy competition that adds ...

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  7. 5 Reasons Matt Harvey Will End Up as the New York Mets Ace by Mid-Season

    It didn't take long for Matt Harvey to move up the ranks in the New York Mets organization. The next challenge for the 23-year-old right-hander is to rise to the occasion and become the team's No...

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  8. New York Mets 2013 Outlook: 5 Keys to Ike Davis Staying Healthy

    By now, even the most die-hard, hopelessly optimistic New York Mets fan has probably come face to face with reality: The Amazin's are expected to be anything but that in 2013. But whether the Mets are simply mediocre or an absolute No...

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  9. Drama at Citi Field: 5 Storylines That Will Impact the Mets' 2013 Season

    The departure of ace pitcher and 2012 National League Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey leaves some big cleats to fill on the mound at Citi Field...

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