The 2015 Mets wholeheartedly earned their spot in the World Series.
David Wright earned it by believing in the team when nobody else did. He served as a role model when no other Met could.
Daniel Murphy earned it when he played his heart out for this team for years and he finally got to show off his MVP-caliber talent in the 2015 postseason.
Matt Harvey earned it with the fire he lit in this team and the fight he instilled in the players and fans.
Wilmer Flores earned it when he left his tears on the field showing that he has the ultimate dedication to the organization.
Jacob deGrom earned it when he stepped up in 2014 and proved that rookies are the dominant future of the team.
Noah Syndergaard earned it when he wasn’t afraid to throw 100 mph at some of the best players in baseball in only his first season.
Steven Matz earned it when he made his unforgettable debut that shook up the entire feel of this season.
Lucas Duda earned it by never getting discouraged by his slumps, allowing him to channel even more power into his hot streaks.
Yoenis Cespedes earned it when he fully committed himself to the New York Mets after being traded. He provided the spark the Mets so desperately needed to succeed.
Curtis Granderson earned it when he overcame the scrutiny from Mets fans who were skeptical of an ex-Yankee.
Every player earned it in one way or another.