Andy Martino, SNY.tv
The theme of Tuesday morning's news conference at Citi Field was that Brodie Van Wagenen's Mets are expecting an action-packed winter, and that the new GM is exploring all possibilities.
To that end, the Mets are very much interested in Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto, according to major league sources.
After trading top prospects Jarred Kelenic and Justin Dunn for Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz, the Mets would have to be creative to put together a winning package for Realmuto, perhaps trading from the major league roster.
Could the Mets offer Amed Rosario or Brandon Nimmo? Let's put it this way: We're quickly learning that the new Mets don't rule anything out. Other than Jacob deGrom and maybe Michael Conforto (along with Cano and Diaz of course), it's hard to see anyone on the current team being untouchable.