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Mets in 2013: Who goes? Who stays?

New York Mets left fielder Jason Bay is

New York Mets left fielder Jason Bay is unable to catch a line drive by Miami Marlins' center fielder Bryan Petersen in the first inning of a baseball game in Miami. (Sept. 2, 2012) (Credit: AP)

Another professional sports team has concluded its season, this one being the Mets finishing up a 74-88 season.

Time for our annual game of "Keep 'em or Dump 'em," which we've been playing since the middle of last decade. Below, we ask you to pretend you're in charge of the Mets and decide what to do with each person listed. (We try to stick mainly to the players and coaches who create reasonable and legitimate discussion. For example, the Mets aren't getting rid of Johan Santana this season because of that huge $25.5 million salary.)

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