One suggestion may be Juan Carlos Oviedo, the Marlins reliever formerly known as Leo Nunez. This all would be assuming he does not spend the 2012 baseball season in prison. Also assuming he is able to obtain a visa to return to the United States and is re-instated by Major League Baseball. Of course, Oviedo has to face whatever punishment avaits him for living and playing baseball under a false identity since he was 17 years old. But assuming he returns to pitch under is real name, could Oviedo be an option for the New York Mets. The Florida, I mean Miami Marlins are expected to have no interest in retaining him as they are pursuing other closing options as we speak. He is likely to be non-tendered a free agent and it is figured he will have to settle for less than he would he normally command. And by the time non-tender free agency starts, it is also likely that most of the big name closers, ie. Bell, K-Rod, Broxton, Nathan etc. will be off the board. That will also lower the expected salary for a guy like Oviedo. So, if he is in this country and not in jail, I expect the Mets to be in the mix for his services.