Despite Sending Three Players to the All-Star Game, the 2019 Season is a Lost Cause for the New York Mets - Pro Sports Fandom
The New York Mets will have starting pitcher Jacob deGrom, first baseman Pete Alonso, and second baseman/outfielder Jeff McNeil represent them at the MLB All-Star Game at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio on Tuesday Night. Even though New York sends three all stars to the game this season, the 2019 MLB has been a lost cause for them otherwise. They have the second worst record in the National League at 40-50. The only team they are better than is the Miami Marlins and the Mets only lead them by six games. If the season ended right now, New York would have the seventh pick in the 2020 MLB Draft. They have an entire second half to continue to sink and keep losing games or they could get themselves back into the National League Wild Card race but that is highly unlikely. The New York Mets will have no choice but to be sellers at the trade deadline and continue to replenish the farm system. Some of the players they could very well trade is starting pitchers Noah Syndergaard, Jason Vargas, and Zack Wheeler. Third baseman Todd Frazier and catcher Wilson Ramos is also a possibility. General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen [...]