The Mets’ rotation isn’t in trouble yet, but they’ve gone from having incredible

We won in ’05; we never got invited. I don’t know if we’re going to get invited this time. That’s a bad way to put it.

They invited us in September when they were doing a lot of teams. Well, all my team were already at the NBA training camp and two of them in Europe. So we didn’t go in ’05. And we did go in ’09.

But, you know, the office of the presidency of the United States is the most fantastic place you can be. But let me think on it.

Again, I don’t know that we’re going to get invited. I really don’t. But I know one thing, we’re putting up a nice banner in the Smith Center that’s hard to get.
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The Mets’ rotation isn’t in trouble yet, but they’ve gone from having incredible, enviable depth to having almost none in a matter of weeks. Seth Lugo has gone from maybe just missing the start of the season with some fatigue in his arm to having a “significant” elbow injury. Noah Syndergaard is dealing with a blister, and was removed from his Opening Day start early because of it. Zack Wheeler is around after missing two seasons due to Tommy John surgery, but his workload is limited because of all that. Steven Matz was supposed to be in the rotation all year, but instead his elbow kept him off the regular season roster, and now it turns out he might need significant time to recover.
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Despite all this, the Mets still have Syndergaard — a blister can be a problem, but it’s not the end of the world, as his strong first start of the year reminds — as well as Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom, Robert Gsellman, and whatever number of innings they have planned for Wheeler.