Todd Frazier has an image of Mets’ pitching at its overpowering best that has stayed with him since September of 2015, when Matt Harvey and friends stormed into Cincinnati and swept the Reds over four games as part of a division-clinching weekend. Properly wowed by the power arms, Frazier at the time predicted a big October for the newly-crowned NL East champs. On Monday he smiled when reminded of his tout. “I called them the team to beat,” he said. “That pitching was so good. They should have won it all too.” Obviously a lot has happened since then, more bad than good for the starting rotation, but as a newcomer Frazier still sees those arms as the golden ticket.