It was a season to remember. The Binghamton Mets finished 2013 with a franchise record 86 wins and made a return to the Eastern League Playoffs for the first time in nine years. But, the season didn't end the way they wanted, getting swept in the first round to the Trenton Thunder.
Now that spring training is over, and Opening Day is fast approaching, the B-Mets have unfinished business. Pedro Lopez returns as manager for the third season and has issued a challenge to this year's team. He wants those last six wins in the postseason. He wants the Eastern League Title. The team does as well, and they're ready to respond accordingly.
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