First, Gary Carter. Gary was traded to the Mets from the Montreal Expos after the 1984 season. In his first season with the Mets, Gary hit a career high 32 home runs and helped lead the team to a 98 win season. The following year the Mets went on to win 108 games and the World Series.
Next up is Mike Piazza. Mike came to the team in 1998 via trade with the Florida Marlins. He immediately made the Mets a better team and reached the World Series in 2000.
The Mets' current catcher does not want to be left out. Here is Travis d'Arnaud, who arrived from the Toronto Blue Jays via the R.A. Dickey trade. It looks like Topps used some of Travis' minor league jerseys for these cards.