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Especially when you have the third highest payroll in MLB and the highest in the NL.

There's a difference, the Mets payroll isn't double their closest competitor.

Yanks are double our payroll....that's 3 or 4 more All-STARS. Not that Jeter is a All-Star this year.

Seriously, Delgado if he had signed would have made a world of difference to the Mets....kinda like what ARod does for the Yanks.

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There's a difference, the Mets payroll isn't double their closest competitor.

Yanks are double our payroll....that's 3 or 4 more All-STARS. Not that Jeter is a All-Star this year.

Seriously, Delgado if he had signed would have made a world of difference to the Mets....kinda like what ARod does for the Yanks.

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What makes this all even more laughable is this:

Pedro Martinez is the only player on the Mets deserving of All-Star consideration and the only player who I would trade for, maybe David Wright but time will tell with him if he can improve a little more.

That being said, I'd still take 5 NL pitchers over Pedro Martinez, and most aside from homer Mets fans would! Here are my 5:

Dontrelle Willis - THE BEST PITCHER IN THE NL, PERIOD.

Roy Oswalt - young and nasty

Jake Peavy - young phenom

Roger Clemens - Look at the ERA and he would have double digit wins if there was hitting in Houston

Livan Hernandez

Still half a season to go...what's Willis lifetime record 2nd half?

Looper blew three Pedro wins.

ALLthose pitchers including Pedro, you would take over your Yankee staff.

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