He also has an . OPS as a Dodger, leaving him with a 139 OPS-plus, which is sixth all-time (minimum 3,000 plate appearances) in franchise history just behind, yep, Snider at 142. This got me to thinking about who has done the best after leaving the Mets without much distinction.
Serious question. Not to suggest a firesale is imminent or anything (though it is likely this winter with the COVID revenue losses). But how big of a problem are the Mets going to be to deal with?
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