Let’s be reasonable now. We know some players the Mets simply won’t have a chance to acquire because they don’t want to spend the resources, either in prospects or salary.
Several media outlets have reported Tampa Bay is willing to part with 25-year-old outfielder B.J. Upton, who had an off-year in 2009.
Not a bad choice. But, in looking at the Mets’ hole in left field, is he the best option or do you have somebody else in mind?