"26. New York Mets (13): Let's see: the manager, GM and team doctor are under siege. The owners may or may not have been broken by Bernie Madoff. One star is supposedly too quiet, another is too frail. Nothing would surprise me: a return to full health that spurs a playoff run, a simultaneous manager/GM putsch, nothing. It's inexplicable how a big-market franchise manages to shoot itself in the foot as often as the Metsies do." Organizational blind spot: Catcher. The team now wants a savvy sherpa to guide its staff, despite mounds of statistical evidence suggesting the import of a pitcher-simpatico backstop has been overstated. I see a future with many, many Molinas.