The only area where Mets might be considered useful
Billy Butler too well thought of to be considered on the high end of being a 'sleeper'?? Most people I know avoid him due to his lack of power, but he belted 13 HR and 57 RBI after the All-Star break last season and he's never going to hurt your average. I think this could be the year he surpasses 25 HR and drives in 100 with 80 Runs. If you're passing on the early run of elite 1B, this is a guy worth targeting, and a safer bet than a guy like Lance Berkman, IMO.
Also, with everybody all caught up in Hosmermania, a forgotten man (by many, though not as much around here) at 1B is Paul Goldschmidt. 8 HR, 4 SB, 26 RBI, 28 R in just over 150 AB last season. The .250 average isn't sexy, but the guy did bat .317 in almost 1,200 minor league at bats. He's got the 1B job in Arizona locked up and should bat right in the heart of the order (5 hole?).