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One bad season for one player is common. The Mets collective futility is not.

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It’s not exactly splitting the atom to say that many of the Mets’ hitters are having a down year. A quick peek at the back of James McCann, Jeff McNeil, Michael Conforto and Dom Smith’s baseball cards’ show productive stats over multiple years that do not match with their current stat lines. It’s also not uncommon for players to have down years. Even the greatest of the great typically have at least one season they’d like wiped from the record. What is uncommon, though — and what makes this flavor of Mets’ futility so bitter — is for all the struggling to hit at the same time. McCann had never…

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