As the 2012 season gets deeper into the summer, the Mets sit at 46-44, still contenders in the National League East. This has brought much surprise to fans and media alike. Although fans have been overjoyed at times, there have definitely been some holes to this team, especially in late game situations with the bullpen. The team has created a situation where it’s hard to gauge whether the team should be buyers or sellers at the impending non-waiver trade deadline. Looking at a similar situation in recent years, it would be best for the Mets to either make a small move or nothing at all. These season can almost compare to the 2004 season.
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