The Mets could be looking to move Dom Smith during MLB's Winter Meetings.
New York is "actively talking to teams" about the 24-year-old 1B/LF, SNY's Andy Martino reported Wednesday.
Smith slashed .282/.355/.525 with 11 home runs and 25 RBI in 89 games throughout the 2019 season.
Smith broke Spring Training with the Mets for the first time of his young career before he experienced a second-half stint on the 60-day IL.
He came back in time for the Mets' Sept. 29 finale, lifting New York past the Atlanta Braves with a three-run pinch-hit walkoff home run.
The Mets acquired CF Jake Marisnick from the Houston Astros last week, which added depth to the OF with Michael Conforto, Brandon Nimmo and J.D. Davis there with Smith in 2019.