Mets want to resign second basemen Neil Walker

The team wants to keep their infield strong

Neil Walker

Neil Walker | AP

The Mets are still looking for reinforcements for next season.

And the New York team would already be looking at the possibility of bringing one of its free agents back, according to Mike Puma of the New York Post.

Puma explains that the Mets are still interested in resigning infielder Neil Walker, who had a difficult time staying healthy in the "Big Apple" but was effective when not injured.

Puma adds that second base has been one of the positions of most interest for the Mets this winter..

Although Puma also indicates that the other options that remain viable would be to make trade for players like Jason Kipnis, Dee Gordon or Ian Kinsler.

Walker started last season with the Mets and was later sent to the Brewers. Between both teams he finished with a .265 average in a total of 111 games.

MLB Trade Rumors projects a two-year contract for $20 million for the 32-year-old veteran.