With the trade deadline fast approaching time is running out for the Mets to add help without succumbing to having players clear waivers. The Mets are now 6-12 in their last 18 games and 1-4 since the break 5.5 games behind 1st and 2.5 games behind the Wild Card leader.
The question then is if the Mets go say 6-5 the next 11 games will that sway the front office into how hard they go after a pitcher for the stretch run? What if they go 8-3 in the next 11 games? Will that push them closer to taking the plunge at trying to win this year by trading for a higher caliber pitcher?
Is there some point where they should cut their losses at trying to win this year? Let us know what you think.
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