5 New York Mets Who Have Played Like All-Stars So Far In 2016

By Bryan Zarpentine

Despite a few inconsistencies, the New York Mets have more or less picked up where they left off in the second half of 2015. The Mets are poised to send several players to the 2016 All-Star Game, especially with manager Terry Collins managing the National League team. Here are five Mets who have certainly played like All-Stars so far in 2016.

5 New York Mets Who Have Played Like All-Stars So Far In 2016
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5. Steven Matz

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After a disastrous start of the season, Matz already has his ERA down to 2.83. He has wins in his last four games, allowing two runs in 27 innings over that span, making him look like a bona fide All-Star.

5. Steven Matz

After a disastrous start of the season, Matz already has his ERA down to 2.83. He has wins in his last four games, allowing two runs in 27 innings over that span, making him look like a bona fide All-Star.

4. Neil Walker

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Walker tied a franchise record with nine home runs in the month of April. He currently has an OPS of .850 with 19 RBIs, and while he's cooled off some, he has a shot to make the All-Star team if he can get back on track.

4. Neil Walker

Walker tied a franchise record with nine home runs in the month of April. He currently has an OPS of .850 with 19 RBIs, and while he's cooled off some, he has a shot to make the All-Star team if he can get back on track.

3. Noah Syndergaard

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Syndergaard definitely looks like he should be an All-Star this year. He may even have a chance to start the game. Outside of holding runners on, Syndergaard has been one of the game's most dominant pitchers in 2016.

3. Noah Syndergaard

Syndergaard definitely looks like he should be an All-Star this year. He may even have a chance to start the game. Outside of holding runners on, Syndergaard has been one of the game's most dominant pitchers in 2016.

2. Michael Conforto

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At times this year, Conforto looks like a hitter who can't be pitched to. He's currently hitting .298/.380/.543 and is tied for the National League lead in doubles. Barring an extended slump, Conforto looks like an All-Star.

2. Michael Conforto

At times this year, Conforto looks like a hitter who can't be pitched to. He's currently hitting .298/.380/.543 and is tied for the National League lead in doubles. Barring an extended slump, Conforto looks like an All-Star.

1. Yoenis Cespedes

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Cespedes is coming pretty close to living up to his big contract. He has nine home runs and an OPS over 1.000, as he's been an important part of the Mets' lineup and one of the most productive hitters in the National League.

1. Yoenis Cespedes

Cespedes is coming pretty close to living up to his big contract. He has nine home runs and an OPS over 1.000, as he's been an important part of the Mets' lineup and one of the most productive hitters in the National League.

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