Found October 30, 2011 on MetsZilla:

The union has supplied it’s official list of MLB free agents for the upcoming season and seven New York Mets can be circled.

#bbpBox_130678064274358272 a { text-decoration:none; color:#0084B4; }#bbpBox_130678064274358272 a:hover { text-decoration:underline; }Free agents from #Mets are Miguel Batista, Chris Capuano, Scott Hairston, Willie Harris, Jason Isringhausen, Jose Reyes and Chris Young9 minutes ago via TweetDeckReplyRetweetFavorite@AdamRubinESPNAdam Rubin

The biggest name of the bunch is, of course, Jose Reyes, but it will certainly be interesting to see what the team does with Capuano and Hairston.  I wouldn’t mind seeing both return to roles similar to 2011 but for Capuano, who proved to be healthy and productive (though somewhat inconsistent), the price tag may have gone up a bit.



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