The Mets Season is Over

Posted: October 4, 2012 in Future Mets, Hot Stove, News
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By Steven Inman

The New York Mets finished a disappointing season this afternoon with a 4-2 win against the dreadful Miami Marlins. The Mets finished with 74 wins this season which is even worse than last year. Lastly the Mets finished in 4th place for the 4th consecutive season.  Jeremy Hefner (pictured) gave the Mets a great start on the last day of the season. Scott Hairston hit his 20th homerun on the season today and got to 20 for the first time in his career. He is a platoon guy but he may have priced himself off the Mets over the past few weeks. Scott will be looking for more playing time in addition to more dollars and I’m skeptical the Mets can give Scott the latter.  

Ike Davis hit his 32nd homerun, opposite field and ended his season with over 90 rbi’s. Davis has rebounded nicely since the 1st half but has basically forgotten about the left side if the baseball field so seeing him go opposite field was encouraging today. Hopefully it wasn’t Ike’s last game as a Met but that will depend on what kind of offers Sandy Alderson and the Mets get this winter. We should have an idea of what the Mets plan on doing with guys like Ike in early December in Tennessee during the Winter Meetings. Prepare to hear some crazy rumors.

The season is over but here is where things get interesting… Who will the Mets pick up? Who will they trade? What holes will they address this offseason? Only time will tell but BrokeMets will continue letting you know every step of the way. Let’s Go Mets!

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