Although he got off to a slow start this season, the New York Mets clearly had a lot of faith in Ike Davis and his potential. That faith has been rewarded as Davis has hit .250/.338/.519 with 22 home runs and 60 RBI since the beginning of June.
While Davis has certainly turned things around a bit and has been a good run producer for the Mets, the team may have actually lost some faith in him during that time period.
Adam Rubin of ESPN New York has reported that the Mets will consider dealing Davis because of his unwillingness to listen to the suggested changes that the coaches want him to make.
If Davis does become available, there will be a number of teams around the league that will be interested in him.