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SINGLE-SEASON TIMES STRUCK OUT: DAVID WRIGHT (2010), 161

SINGLE-SEASON TIMES STRUCK OUT: DAVID WRIGHT (2010), 161
Runner up: Tommie Agee (1970), 156

Wright wasn't always a major strikeout liability -- he averaged 115 from 2005-08. But since the move to Citi Field, perhaps he's been distracted by the stadium's cavernous dimensions and attempting to the pull the ball more. His strikeout numbers jumped to 140 in 2009 and 161 in 2010.

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Between ownership issues and a sluggish start, the team looks like a prime contender to be on the selling end leading up to the trade deadline. So who should the Mets hold on to and build around? And what players should they look to shop around in exchange for prospects? Read Ken Davidoff's take on the below players, then vote for each player's fate.

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