New York Mets

Sluggers - Which One The Mets Should Get To Kick Phillie's Butt?

WASHINGTON - APRIL 13:  Adam Dunn #44 of the Washington Nationals hits a home run in the seventh inning against the Philadelphia Phillies at Nationals Park on April 13, 2009 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)
Sadat MayaContributor IJune 22, 2009

The Mets are currently 33-31 and in second place of the N.L East. The only reason we are 2 games back, is that our friends, the Phillies are sucking just as much. Let's be serious, the N.L East is looking more like the N.L West of 2008.

The Mets have been looking less than Amazing. Somedays Parnell blows up, some days Castillo misses a popup, and sometimes you wish David Wright would just hit a home run instead of getting that base hit or striking out for the 98th time this season.

Minaya has to revive the lost faith in Mets fans by aquiring a BIG bat this trading season. So, lets look at our options.

1. Adam Dunn

  Automatic 40 homeruns. Anything else to say?

2. Aubrey Huff

.300 hitter, and decent RBI man. Could help Wright and Beltran

3. Mark DeRosa

Having a good year, and could help any team

4. Matt Holliday

The name says it all, money but talent is not that little

5. Nick Johnson

Having a decent year, but can be a bat but handle with caution

6. Dan Uggla

Not sure if he helps defensively, but an upgrade over Castillo

These are a few options, but lets see if even one of these guys comes to the Mets?


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