Originally posted on Mets360.com  |  Last updated 10/4/12
Looking through a vacuum, the Mets’ 2012 season was pretty par for the course.Think about it. Nearly every pundit and prognosticator predicted the Mets to be an underwhelming bunch and almost all unanimously picked the Mets to finish last in the NL East. At least we beat out the Miami Reyes!So, for the most part, the Mets lived up to the expectations that were placed upon them in the preseason. Granted, with the way the Mets started out of the gate, the end results are not acceptable to most Mets’ fans.It was an eventful season nonetheless as we were all witness to the Mets’ first ever no-hitter thrown by Johan Santana. Oh, and despite the Mets just winning 74 games, the Mets’ had their first 20-game winner in 22 years in R.A. Dickey. Dickey’s magical season captivated the hearts of Mets’ fans everywhere and we now must wait to see if he wins the highly-contested and debated NL Cy Young award.So, without further ado, here is my final 2012 Mets’ report card (I avoided most of the Sep...
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