The Optimist’s Case for the 2013 Takes Another Hit | The LoHud Mets Blog

Links to depressing posts day continues.

If we take R.A. Dickey/Jon Niese/Matt Harvey as givens, which is not the case since pitchers are inherently susceptible to injuries, Dickey will be 38, and Harvey has eight career starts, the Mets still need either Gee/Santana to stay healthy, or need to find quality starts from a group of Collin McHugh/Jenrry Mejia/Jeurys Familia/Zack Wheeler. Asking any of the four to immediately step in and consistently deliver is asking a lot, for various reasons limited upside of McHugh, innings issues and poor K-rate at Triple-A for Mejia, command problems for Familia, Wheeler yet to even master Triple-A. Asking two of the four to do so is the height of optimism.

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1 comments
Will Musto
Will Musto

Dillon Gee had a blood clot. This isn't going to be a recurring theme. The premise here is kind of ridiculous.

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