What if the Rockies had followed Mets' do-or-die philosophy?

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What if the Rockies had followed Mets' do-or-die philosophy?
What if the Rockies had followed Mets' do-or-die philosophy?

The Colorado Rockies have preached patience. Even back-to-back postseason appearances couldn't change their quiet approach to personnel moves. Their direct juxtaposition is the Mets – the team their currently intangled with in a three-game series. They've rid themselves of regrets and chosen to chase a glorious fate, no matter the financial cost. If the two teams swapped mindsets, the Rockies would be looking at a different present and future. The first sign of a new mindset for the Mets came in the offseason. They traded for Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz – a package that cost them five players, including top prospect, Jarred Kelenic. The move was an example of one team looking to rebuild and

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