2014 Mets Outlook
Though the New York Mets will be without ace pitcher Matt Harvey in 2014, things are finally looking up in Queens. The Mets finished 74-88 for the second consecutive season in 2013, and haven't finished over .500 since 2008. After restocking the farm system and making several key moves, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson has the Mets in a position to contend as early as 2014 -- so be sure to get your Mets tickets and get out to Citi Field this season!
Alderson made sure to upgrade New York's outfield, signing outfielders Curtis Granderson and Chris Young. Both Granderson and Young add power to New York's lineup -- something the Mets desperately need. With Granderson, Young and David Wright, the Mets have the potential to boast a powerful lineup, but they'll need Ike Davis, Travis d'Arnaud and Daniel Murphy to progress and have solid seasons. Mets fans should be particularly excited about d'Arnaud, who was one of the prized prospects from the trade that sent R.A. Dickey to Toronto.
Even without Matt Harvey or Johan Santana, the Mets could boast a very good rotation. New York signed veteran right hander Bartolo Colon to stabilize its rotation. Colon joins Jon Niese, Zack Wheeler and Dillon Gee in the Mets' 2014 rotation. Though Wheeler isn't as good as Harvey, he boasts top-of-the-rotation potential as well, and should form a potent 1-2 punch with Harvey once Harvey recovers from Tommy John surgery.
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