There's not much else out there than that among interested teams. There's an outside chance they can get Bubba Starling if the Royals are planning to go all-in but that doesn't seem likely. The only other possibility is Anthony Rendon from the Nationals but I doubt Mets are high on him.
It's looking like Olt or Bogaerts at this point with a very very minor chance for Bubba Starling.
" Olt is a "top prospect" in the M's system does not mean he's that good, and no guarantee he will cut it in the bigs"
First off he is in the Rangers system, second he was ranked the 11th best prospect in all of baseball.
Olt has legit 30 HR power and middle of the order bat potential. That's very hard to find. The Mets sorely need to add power to the lineup. Wright-Davis-Olt-Duda could be very respectable.
The fact he has to play LF shouldn't be much of a problem. These guys are top athletes that have been playing the game since little league. A switch to LF won't be a big issue for Olt.
. Wright-Davis-Olt-Duda could be very respectable.>>>>
if olt is in left, where is duda. no chance they put him in RF again. he shouldnt be in LF either for that matter.
What about Bradley Jr and Brentz amd maybe Salty or just Bradley and Brentz will give the Mets a nice young outfield
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Do you really think the Sox would take a 38 year old pitcher for those two Kids???