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Lupica: It’s hard to remember the last time Yoenis Cespedes was healthy and played like a star for the Mets

Of course Matt Harvey — the Dark Knight of Cincinnati — was a huge disappointment before he pitched himself out of New York and all the way to the great Midwest, where his first start with the Reds in Los Angeles was similar to his first start for the Mets this season, back in April in Citi Field against the Phillies. And Jacob deGrom, the real ace of the staff, hurt his pitching elbow swinging a bat. In all the important ways, that was the biggest disappointment of all in this time when the Mets were in that 8-16 death spiral before Conforto and the new catcher, Devin Mesoraco, went deep in Philadelphia.

Mike Lupica

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