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Strawberry On WFAN: Don’t Count Mets Out

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Former New York Mets player, Darryl Strawberry (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

Former New York Mets player, Darryl Strawberry (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

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NEW YORK (WFAN) — Don’t tell Darryl Strawberry that the Mets have no chance this season.

According to the former superstar, New York can contend in 2011.

“Its a new year, every year is a new year. I mean, come on, look at who won the World Series. Nobody thought the Giants would have won,” Strawberry told WFAN’s Boomer & Carton on Monday morning.

“So, anything can happen. It’s a matter of how things go and who stays healthy.”

Fred and Jeff Wilpon announced on Monday that they will “explore” the possibility of selling 20-25% of their stake in the Mets. Strawberry hopes they don’t end up selling any more than that.

“I hope not, because the Wilpons are a good family,” said Strawberry. “They definitely want to get back into the winning circle, and I believe they have a chance.”

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