Looking at the FA list that is now updated with non-tenders a few more names caught my eye for potential fits with the Mets.OF: Fred Lewis, according to reports the Mets are in fact interested in Lewis.  "Fred Lewis generating interest: Free-agent OF Fred Lewis (Blue Jays) is generating interest from... the Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers and New York Mets among the seven or eight teams that have inquired about him, according to ESPN.com's Jerry Crasnick." Lewis is a LH OF with decent speed that has played all 3 OF positions.C: Ronny Paulino.  Paulino did not hit very well for the Marlins last year.  However, he is only 29 and has always been a decent guy vs the steal averaging 31% for his career.  Could be a guy that you could platoon some with Thole as well as a guy that could start if Thole is not ready.2B/Utility: Willy Aybar.  Still only 27, Aybar fell out of favor in Tampa.  However, he has good versatility and decent pop.2B/Utility Kevin Frandsen:  Could be a great move for Sandy.  OK so you clicked on the link?  He's a 28 year old utility guy that has not done much in the majors.  Why even be interested?  Take a look at these minor league stats.  .312, .376, .444, .820.  Could it be the guy has just not been given enough of a chance in the majors?  In the only year that he did get 200+ MLB AB's he posted a respectable first year line of .710 OPS.  To me these type players (just like our own Justin Turner) are perfect to throw into the mix for the 2B and utility competitions.2B/Utility Eugenio Velez: Almost a carbon copy of Frandsen.  Velez has unimpressive major league stats and shows no real value until you look at the fact that he has already played 2B, and all 3 OF positions in the MLB and you again click on that minor league link.  Velez has posted a line of .302, .355, .455, .810 in AAA while playing 2B, SS, 3B, LF, CF, RF.  He's also a speedster, stealing 31 bases in just 81 games.  Seriously with that speed if he played a competent 2B I would be willing to throw him out at 2B and give him a little freedom low in the order.OF: Jeremy Hermida.  Man has this guy fallen since leaving the Marlins.  Perhaps the LH can regain his form on coming of the bench for the Mets?OF/Utility: Joe Inglett. Decent LH guy off the bench. Can play 2B, 3B, OF.  Has logged a respectable .767 OPS in 103 PH AB's.RP: Jesse Crain.  Workhorse for the Twins last year appearing in 71 games.  The best thing about the RH Crain is his splits.  .239 BAA and .658 OPSA vs RH and .238 BAA .699 vs LH.   Only 29 years old with a decent K/9, could be a guy you could actually groom for a setup position.  By the way, his 94.8 average FB does not hurt either.RP: Jose Veras.  Another hard throwing RH.  The guy pitched well for the Marlins posting a 3.75 ERA with 54K's in 48 innings.  The draw back with Veras is that he walks too many batters.  His stuff though is near unhittable and he posted a 6.0 H/9.  Veras, like Crain, is not old having just turned 30 last month.RP:  Joel Peralta.  I already mentioned this kid and I am still confused why the Nats who just paid Jayson Werth a ridiculous amount could not afford to keep this guy.  Perhaps they know something, obviously it's a good chance, that I don't.   49 innings, .796 WHIP.  Yes you read that right.  K/9 of 9.0 with a BB/9 of only 1.7 last year leading to an insane 5.44 K/BB rate last season.   By the way, another 95 mph fastball guy.  See a trend?Hopefully these are the types of guys Sandy is looking at.  I just found these guys with a brief look at the FA market, I am sure there are many more.  While this off-season looks to be boring because of the lack of big-splash potential, I am very excited about the new regime and their hopeful ability to find new talent.