Here we are, at the last weekend of the Mets season. As we play the Marlins at home in three seemingly meaningless games, there’s a lot to cheer for. Saturday, David Wright will be playing his final game as a Met (yours truly will be there cheering him on). This will also likely be the last we see of Jose Reyes in a Mets uniform. And it could also mean good-bye to Jerry Blevins. For stat geeks there are some round numbers to keep an eye on. Will Michael Conforto reach 30 home runs? Will Brandon Nimmo finish with a .400 OBP? Whatever your reason for watching, soak it up. Winter is coming.