For Sandy Anderson and the Mets, it’s back to square one in their search for a president of baseball operations. Their quest for Billy Beane, David Stearns and Theo Epstein hit a brick wall, as all of them advised that they don’t want to be considered for the job. Which direction do the Mets go? If they decide not to hire a president of baseball operations, then they may need to hire a new general manager, depending on the outcome of Zack Scott’s future. They also need a field manager and coaching staff. Do they try to get Bob Melvin? Do they look to Mike Shildt? Do they watch the Padres possibly scoop up a good manager in Shildt. For the Mets, there are too many questions and not enough answers.