As the Mets had one of their worst offensive seasons in team history in 2009 scoring only 671 runs, with only 95 HRs. As, compared with 799 runs and 172 HRs the previous year. We have former Mets executive Tony Bernazard to blame, but when David Wright goes yard to the right side for the first time in a while (inside edge database reference).
With a new approach at the plate instilled by hitting coach Howard Johnson, along with added muscle, we expected a big bounce back from Wright. The Citi Field dimension change sure helps too. Ike Davis is not too far away either .
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