Or we can axe the first three and do it up real Disneyland Fantasia big by trading for this generation's blended version of Joe Morgan and Rickey Henderson in Mets second baseman Jose Reyes.
The multi-dimensional runner is not only stealing bases as always this season, with 31, but having the best season of his career, hitting .346 with 16 triples. The opposite field-slapping four-time All Star is set to come off the books in New York and unexpected to resign with the club.
Last week, Tim Brown and Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports purported the Mets speedster desires to play first and foremost for the Angels. And despite the long jam at second base with the current and dependable Erick Aybar, the club has in fact offered the Mets Aybar in exchange for Reyes.
Though the Mets turned down the original deal, a more formal package, including a couple members of the Angels farm system, could equalize the trade offer. Selling now on Reyes is of the essence for a crumbling organization in the Mets, and is a move of enormity to reshape the AL West.
For the Angels, the deal may not be a slam dunk from an X and O stand point, but has the sex appeal they currently lack. Adding Reyes gives the team a once-in-a-lifetime set-up guy who not only sets the table for big innings, but is a proactive step as a franchise face.
Adding a kind-natured guy like Reyes takes pressure off of emerging Mark Trout, who, talented but still 19, needs less of the paparazzi lights and more focus in the batting cages.
The largest hindrance will be Reyes' desire to eat up cap space like Carl Crawford did this last season. And though he wants to be in Anaheim, it is hard to imagine the Angels out-bidding the Yankees or Red Sox come November.
Nonetheless, a worthy risk to take, considering the type of decade-great player the Angels will be adding to the Rod Carew legacy at second.