Our next player in our Make it or Break it series is Mr. Santos. Omir has had a very interesting year in 2009. He has given us some of the few big moments of the season. However, all of us know that his current overall stats are not what we have grown accustomed to at Catcher. For years we have been spoiled with above league average production from catcher but the last two years have left us jealous of previous days. Added to this discussion is the fact that the Mets have many holes to fill or decisions to make if you are an optimist like me.Lets take a look at this a little backwards here. If not Santos who? Thole has shown great promise, but do we really want to put that much pressure on him this season? Many have mentioned Molina but offensively besides HR he offers nothing more. In fact Molina is having a terrible year by his standards at a terrible time for him and his team. His OPS sits at .725 and of course is driven all by SLG. Some have mentioned Russell Martin in a trade. Martin actually trails Santos in many offensive catagories and will cost top prospects. Other names that may be available including Ramon Hernandez and Josh Bard have also had similar or worse years statistically. Your FA class at catcher includes Bard, Blanco, Castro, Hernandez (option), Kendall, LaRue, B. Molina, J. Molina, Olivo (3.3M option, most likely will be picked up considering the cost of FA catching.), Redmon, Schneider, Torrealba, Vtek, and Pudge. Out of those with 250 ABs or more only Molina (.725), Pudge (.680), Hernandez (.685) and Olivo (.769) have higher OPS than Santos (.679).Lets dig a little deeper into these numbers, as of the end of last week.