The New York Mets are currently in a rebuilding process and it is unlikely that they will sign any more players to large multi-year contracts. In fact, the Mets might even dismantle their current core even further through potential trades.
One player that has started to become part of the Mets' offensive core is first baseman Ike Davis. Davis had a breakout year during his rookie season in 2010. He was arguably one of the best rookie hitters of that season. He was expected to hit even better in 2011, but his season unfortunately came to an end when he injured his ankle in May. He did not return for the rest of the season.
Davis is now healthy and is expected to be a part of the Mets' future at first base. He is an extremely good power hitter that can hit the ball a mile at any given moment. He also possesses good defensive skills and is likely to win at least one Gold Glove Award during his career. However, Sandy Alderson has stated that no one is untouchable, so if other teams blow him away with an amazing deal then someone like Davis could very well be traded.
Here are 10 potential trades involving Ike Davis that could make sense for the Mets.