On top of the long list of free agents the New York Mets have at the major league level, they also have a fair amount of players that hit the open market on the minor league level including a few that played in the majors in 2022.
- Jose Colina
- Jose Mena
- Oscar Campos
- Nick Dini
- Michael Perez – Played in six games with the Mets after being claimed off waivers from the Pirates.
- Shervyen Newton – Has signed with the Phillies already.
- Travis Blankenhorn – Went 4-for-26 with a home run over the last two years with Mets.
- Gregory Guerrero – Mets gave Vlad’s nephew a $1.5 million signing bonus in 2015.
- Wilmer Reyes
- JT Riddle
- Deven Marrero – Went 0-for-6 with a stolen base for the Mets.
- Yolmer Sanchez – Appeared in three games defensively for the Mets.
- Raul Beracierta
- Travis Jankowski – Posted a .445 OPS with Mets in 43 games this season.
- Nick Plummer – Had two home runs including one in the 9th inning to tie a game against the Phillies.
- Terrance Gore – Pinch run extraordinaire stole three bases in 10 games.
- Carlos Rincon
- Daniel Palka – The 31-year-old mashed 26 home runs in Triple-A Syracuse.
- Connor Grey – Was called up to the majors, but never appeared in a game.
- Jordan Yamamoto – Posted a 6.00 ERA in the minors this season.
- Adonis Medina – Picked up a save for the Mets on June 5 against the Dodgers.
- Michel Otanez – Up to 101 mph this year, but walked 35 batters in 29 2/3 Triple-A innings.
- R.J. Alvarez – Allowed three runs in 2 1/3 innings in lone Mets outing.
- Jesus Vargas
- Jose Rodriguez
- Carlos Ocampo
- Garrison Bryant
- Joe Zanghi
- Antonio Santos
- Manuel Alvarez
- Tom Hackimer
- Harol Gonzalez
- Jose Chacin
- Locke St. John
- Phillip Diehl – Came from the Mets in deal that netted the Mets Tyler Naquin.
- Sam Clay – Allowed one unearned run in his one inning with the Mets.
- Nate Fisher – Has already signed with the White Sox.
- Alex Claudio – Pitched 3 1/3 scoreless innings for the Mets in 2022.
Right-hander Daison Acosta has already re-signed to stay with the Mets.