Depends on what you're looking for, but as it's a late round target, you're probably just looking for the best overall production.
I think Daniel Murphy is a nice guy to target, as he is a very important bat for the Mets, and they'll do just about anything to make sure it's in the lineup. Whether it be LF, 2B, 1B, I don't know, but they're going to get him 600 ABs most likely, and he's going to hit about .285-.310, which is nice.
Another guy I like is Colby Rasmus--call me crazy but I haven't given up on him yet (after all, look what happened to Alex Gordon last year). I could see Rasmus as a 20-20 guy, and maybe even a 25-25 guy, and I don't think the Blue Jays are going to give up on him like the Cards did (although, speaking of which, the Blue Jays have another Alex Gordon-type guy with Travis Snider, so who knows).
(In reference to an Aaron Hill for David Price swap)
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I'd go with Rasmus. He still has the most upside. As for Craig I'm not as worried about the injury as I am about where he is going to get AB. Chances are Berkman or Beltran miss time but if not I don't think he is going to be many AB.