June has been a nightmare for the Mets

New York Mets manager Buck Showalter is ejected by first base umpire Ron Culpa during a game against the Milwaukee Brewers at Citi Field on June 28, 2023 in the Queens borough of New York City.
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The New York Mets have watched their season come to an end before their very eyes.

Entering the year, many thought the Mets would be on the shortlist of teams that could compete for the World Series.

Instead, they may be out of the playoff picture by the trade deadline and are looking to sell.

Not many people saw this decline coming from the Mets but here we are.

Not many teams have had a worse June than the Mets.

According to Talkin Baseball, the Mets have not won a series in June and now find themselves eight games below .500.

The Mets have been bad in all aspects of the game.

His team OPS is .714, which is 19th in baseball.

Additionally, his team’s ERA is 4.59, which is 25th in the game.

Returning to the playoffs for a team that won 101 games last season looks like an uphill task for the Mets.

His offseason additions aren’t paying off and the Mets have a month to build something on their season.

Mets owner Steve Cohen said he would remain a seller if the team could not turn things around by the trade deadline.

This means they will have to make July the best month of their season or it will be over for them.

It will be interesting to see if the Mets make any changes to their coaching staff.

He needs something to try to brighten up the clubhouse, as it has shown a positive effect on teams in the past.

Ultimately, June was a disaster for the Mets and they have a month to try and salvage their season.

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