Mets fans are getting anxious--and signing Adrian Gonzalez probably won't change that. As the offseason moves along slowly in Queens, the Mets have done little to improve a team that was one of baseball's worst groups in 2017. With holes at second base, third base, outfield and rotation, it feels like the clock is ticking on general manager Sandy Alderson. According to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, the slow-play Mets could have a trick up their sleeve to improve: Taking advantage of the market.