Now that we are in the grips of Spring Training, it's time to ask the real questions.  Now I like news out of PSL as much as any other Met fan, hearing about Matt Harvey every ten minutes is not my kind of news.  Hey, don't get me wrong, I want him on the diamond, but let's face it, that might not even happen this year....so hearing that he threw 20 pitches is not my ideal kind of news I want to hear, even though it is encouraging.  

Before I even get to today's question, let me throw this out to you.  I know the Mets are really hesitant on signing Drew for short stop...and they have their reasons.  But I'm not going to be fooled into believing that NEXT YEAR is going to be the year they find someone because now that Jeter is leaving the Yankees, any decent short stop is going to that spot.  So my advice, sign or make a trade for one now or during the season.  

Today's Question:  What, to you, constitutes a good Spring Training?  In other words, what do you want to see from the Mets, as a whole, that would be a good sign of things to come for the upcoming season?