New York Mets: Four free agents worth a spring training invite

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ATLANTA, GA – AUGUST 15: Glenn Sherlock #53, Luis Rojas #60, Wilson Ramos #40, and Amed Rosario #1 of the New York Mets shake hands following their 10-8 win over the Atlanta Braves at SunTrust Park on August 15, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

The New York Mets are nearing the start of spring training. Before camp opens, the organization should consider invites for these four free agents.

The Super Bowl has officially come and gone, and the pitchers and catchers around baseball are getting ready to head down south for Spring Training in the coming weeks. New York Mets baseball is back!

The Mets have had quite an interesting offseason, and not necessarily for the best of reasons. through it all, they are entering the 2020 season with a young and hungry team, a new manager who the organization appears to be quite high on, and the impending return of All-Star slugger Yoenis Cespedes.

With all that said, the three certainties in life for baseball fans are death, taxes, and injuries to ballplayers, meaning depth is a must-have for any contending team.

The Mets do have several quality alternates on the bench and in the minor leagues and have also brought in the likes of Eduardo Nunez and Matt Adams as some options around the infield.

However, there are still a few free agents still on the market the Mets could bring in for a look and a chance to make the big league team, and as I said, you can never have enough depth in baseball.

Free agents are still out there lurking and looking for a home in 2020. Before spring training gets underway, Brodie Van Wagenen should consider a deal with any of these men and extend an invite to camp.

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