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Offseason Lowdown: Can Offense Carry Mets?

February 9, 2007 | By RotoRob | comment on this post
The New York Mets boasted six All-Stars in 2006: shortstop Jose Reyes, third baseman David Wright, catcher Paul Lo Duca, centrefielder Carlos Beltran and starting pitchers Tom Glavine and Pedro Martinez.
The Mets are banking that their collection of 2006 All-Stars (from left, Jose Reyes, David Wright, Paul Lo Duca, Carlos Beltran, Tom Glavine and Pedro Martinez, back in July or August) can lead them over the hump into the World Series this year.

The New York Mets came within a Yadier Molina home run of going to the World Series last year. What have they done to improve themselves since? We check in on New York’s offseason activity in this week’s Offseason Lowdown.

We analyze the team’s strengths and weaknesses; discuss each major acquisition the Mets have made since bowing out in the NLCS; answer the key question facing the team heading into 2007; highlight their fantasy sleeper; project the team’s batting order and pitching rotation; and shine the spotlight on the jewels of their minor league system.

Everything you always wanted to know about the Mets’ 2007 season but were afraid to ask. You’ve got it in this week’s Offseason Lowdown.

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