David Wright: to stay healthy and get the support in the lineup you deserve.
Matt Harvey: a quick and full recovery.
Travis d’Arnaud: to stay healthy and to start to live up to the hype.
Daniel Murphy: to keep improving your fielding and to raise that OBP 30 or 40 points.
Ruben Tejada: to find a nice comfortable spot on the bench. For those times you do play to remember you’re not a power hitter.
Wilmer Flores: to find a position to play where you can concentrate on hitting like we believe you can hit.
Ike Davis: to remember that a season is 162 games not 81 or 40. Also to remember what you did to hit 32 dingers in 2012. Oh you may want to take a few more pitches.
Lucas Duda: to not have to play the outfield again and to finally break that 15 home run barrier while maintaining your plate patience.
Juan Lagares: to keep fielding like you have been and to hit .270. You’re raking in winter ball. Sure, it’s not exactly all major league pitching but hitting is hitting. (This is coming from a ex-pitcher.)
Chris Young: forget about last year, think like 2010 and 2011.
Eric Young: to get enough at bats to get 20 stolen bases.
Zack Wheeler: to pitch opening day and to look and act like a true number one or two.
Noah Syndergaard: to make your first start in the bigs in June and to still be racking up wins in October.
Jenrry Mejia: to be a regular part of the Mets rotation by the end of July.
Bobby Parnell: a full recovery from neck surgery and to keep building on last year.
Dillon Gee: to have the second half of last season all this season. Also want to give you a nod of my baseball cap for being the only starter to be there from opening day until closing day.
Jon Niese: to get back to the form you had in 2012 and to keep those walks under 2.5 / nine innings. (The two may go hand in hand.)
Bartolo Colon: that your body doesn’t remember that it’s 40 years old and a tad on the heavy side and that the stem cell corrected shoulder continues to keep winning games.
The Wilpons: a special wish, to see the light and finally sell the team.