By: Michael Ganci

To Stay or Go: Who Deserves to Stay on 2018 Mets? SP Edition

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I know the season’s not over yet, but for all intensive purposes, it is already, and has been for a while. While it’s too early to predict the online odds for the Mets’ 2018 season outlook, it’s easy to look at the current roster and evaluate.

Over the next couple of weeks, I will use the polls below to assess each member of the Mets and what I think is their role on the 2018 team and beyond. As dismal as 2017 has been for all of us, there are some useful pieces here, so if Sandy Alderson and company handle the off season right, there’s no reason why the Mets can’t return to relevance in 2018.

While we’d all love to see the Wilpons sell, I am not including them in this, so when I say change starts from the top, I mean it. Reports have already indicated Sandy Alderson is likely to be back, and it seems as if Terry Collins is leaning towards retirement. So for this particular installment, I am going to focus particularly on the players.

Today’s installment is on starting pitchers.

So as I said, please vote in the polls below, as there is surely more to come in the future.

Should Jacob DeGrom be on the 2018 Mets?

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Should Noah Syndergaard be on the 2018 Mets?

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Should Steven Matz be on the 2018 Mets?

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Should Matt Harvey be on the 2018 Mets?

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Should Zack Wheeler be on the 2018 Mets?

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Should Seth Lugo be on the 2018 Mets?

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Should Rafael Montero be on the 2018 Mets?

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Should Robert Gsellman be on the 2018 Mets?

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Should Tommy Milone be on the 2018 Mets?

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Should Chris Flexen be on the 2018 Mets?

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Should Tyler Pill be on the 2018 Mets?

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About Michael Ganci

Michael Ganci is the Co-Founder of the Daily Stache, along with Matthew Falkenbury. Since 2008, Ganci has eat, drank and dreamt all things Mets, and he'd have it no other way. Feel free to follow him on Twitter at @DailyStache.

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1 Comment

  1. Steve Schwartz

    September 23, 2017 at 1:45 pm

    Need a third baseman. Starting pitcher and an everyday centerfield der. Strong emphasis on quality .players.

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