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Mets can no longer hide from their trade-deadline reality –

MIAMI — After a four-day break from the grind, harsh reality beckons the Mets on Friday.

Once a team that had designs on competing for the postseason, this disappointing bunch will begin the second half closer to last place than third in the NL East and wondering who among the group is about to play in his final game or games with the Mets.

“Hopefully we don’t lose too many guys, but it’s just the nature of the game,” Michael Conforto said, referring to the July 31 trade deadline. “I have been through it and it always sucks losing guys that we start the year with, but it’s part of the game and we’ve put ourselves in that position.”

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