3 Mets players who will have to earn our trust in 2024

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2. Tylor Megill

I don't know about every Met fan, but starting pitcher Tylor Megill drives me crazy. One start, he's pitching like an ace but the next start, Megill completely unravels and gives up north of five runs. This is a crucial year for the right-hander and another player on this Mets roster that needs to regain our trust.

While it eas a slight improvement this past season, Megill had a 4.70 ERA in 25 games pitched for the Mets after having a 5.13 in 2022 and a 4.72 in 2021, there's still questions about Megill's consistency as a starting pitcher in this Mets rotation. Megill in his 126.1 innings pitched, gave up 18 home runs and 76 runs overall and gave up more hits than innings pitched with 141. Megill also had 58 walks and only went beyond seven innings once in 2023 which came believe it or not, in his last start of the season against the Philadelphia Phillies on September 30.

This is a very crucial season for Megill. With the Mets rotation as thin as it already is and has a lot of questions about it that answers, Megill needs to prove doubters wrong and have a solid season for the Mets if he wants to gain the trust back from Mets fans.