Up is down, black is white is short is long and everything that you thought which was SO important, doesn’t matter.
These prophetic words were sung by Weird Al Yankovich in his Album, Bad Hair Day. The reality remains that with or without David Wright, the Mets are far from being a World Series competitor. That’s the goal, right? We’re not shooting for mid-season relevance… we’re actually trying to WIN a Championship… right?
Wright is averaging into a 20/20 hitter and in a mediocre Met lineup has managed to be productive in terms of Runs and RBIs. He’s even gotten his strikeouts under control. Sadly, the Mets are not a big market team (Prove me wrong Mr. Wilpon!). So now that David Wright’s contract reaches expiration, the Mets need to see what they can get for him.
That Begs Two Questions:
1. Who Needs A Star 3B?
2. Who Might This Team Trade?
Atlanta Braves – As strange as it seems that the Mets might be best off trading their “Marquee” player to