Matthew Roberson: How things went so wrong for Jarred Kelenic to begin his big league career

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NEW YORK — Dozens of cheerful moments have bloomed from the Mets’ unconventional first-place season, but now it’s getting a brief addition of schadenfreude. Mega prospect Jarred Kelenic — the one misguidedly traded for Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz less than 200 days after being drafted — hasn’t been the surefire, immediate superstar so many Mets fans resigned themselves into believing he would be. Kelenic was sent back to the minor leagues on Monday. He carries an .096 big league batting average with him to the Mariners’ Triple-A affiliate in Tacoma. His sculpted, tantalizing shoulders now bea…

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