|1st||Tom Seaver||Mike Piazza||Keith Hernandez||Edgardo Alfonzo||David Wright||Jose Reyes||Cleon Jones||Carlos Beltran||Darryl Strawberry|
|2nd||Jerry Koosman||John Stearns||John Olerud||Wally Backman||Howard Johnson||Bud Harrelson||Kevin McReynolds||Tommie Agee||Ron Swoboda|
|3rd||Dwight Gooden||Todd Hundley||Dave Magadan||Ron Hunt||Wayne Garrett||Kevin Elster||Steve Henderson||Lenny Dykstra||Joel Youngblood|
|4th||Jon Matlack||Gary Carter||Ed Kranepool||Felix Millan||Robin Ventura||Rey Ordonez||Bernard Gilkey||Mookie Wilson||Rusty Staub|
The Mets have one heck of a 1st Team: Two Hall of Famers, one borderline guy who I think should be in, another guy who'll have a good argument once he retires, another guy who could qualify with a few more good seasons, and four other fine players.
Catcher surprised me. I thought Hall of Famer Gary Carter would end up on the 2nd Team, but the Mets really got him at the decline phase of his career. Stearns and Hundley were much better players than they get credit for. And Jerry Grote just missed the cut.
Center field was surprisingly deep. Angel Pagan, Juan Lagares, and Lee Mazzilli were all worthy of honorable mentions.
Right field and shortstop were the two weakest positions. After the 2nd Teams, there wasn't a lot to get excited about. You never realize how shallow some teams are at certain spots.
Second base didn't have any really outstanding players, but it had a lot of good ones. Jeff Kent just missed the cut, as you can see.