NEW YORK (WFAN) — The 2008 season was the last time the Mets finished their campaign with a record above .500, but Ike Davis believes that 2013 is the year to reverse the trend.
When asked by WFAN host Mike Francesa if the team would finish above .500, the power-hitting first basemen did not hesitate to reply, “Yes, I believe so.”
“I think we can,” Davis explained. “Obviously, if people start getting hurt, it’s tough to do that. But I think if we stay healthy, and people have the seasons that they are supposed to have, I think we can get to 81 (wins) for sure.”