One of the main goals this offseason for the New York Mets is to improve their outfield production. This unit has been unimpressive to say the least and is a major reason why the club continues to flounder near the National League East basement year after year.
The challenge for the Mets is payroll and everyone knows that. The club is really going to have to do some homework in finding free agents and inquiring about trades.
Numerous reports have already indicated that the Mets will not be in the hunt for the marquee free agent outfielders which include Josh Hamilton, B.J. Upton, Michael Bourn and Shane Victorino because payroll just will not allow it.
There are plenty of other options available though and here are some players that could help fix New York's outfield issue in 2013.