One player they have been targeting is veteran outfielder Tommy Pham.
Pham split time with the Cincinnati Reds and Boston Red Sox in 2022.
The 34-year-old began his career with the St. Louis Cardinals before being traded to the Tampa Bay Rays in 2018.
He also spent two seasons with the San Diego Padres.
Jon Heyman of MLB Network reported the news of the Mets remaining in on the veteran outfielder, as they seek a fourth outfielder who can provide some power.
Mets remain in on Tommy Pham. Seek 4th OF with some pop. McCutchen now gone and Duvall going (agreed with Red Sox). Other OFs still free: Profar, Naquin, Piscotty, JBJ
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) January 18, 2023
McCutchen signed a one-year deal to return to the Pittsburgh Pirates last week and Duvall joined the Boston Red Sox on a one-year deal earlier this morning.
Pham hit just .236 during the regular season, but still managed to pop 17 home runs and post an On-Base Percentage of .312 and a Slugging Percentage of .374.
He also brings a veteran voice to the clubhouse that could benefit the Mets, should they sign him.
The Mets have already been quite busy this winter, having signed Justin Verlander, Jose Quintana, and Kodai Senga, to bolster the starting rotation, Adam Ottavino and David Robertson to shore up the bullpen, and catcher Omar Narvaez.
They also re-signed Brandon Nimmo.