The New York Mets are an iconic professional baseball team based in the borough of Queens, NYC. Founded in 1962 as part of Major League Baseball’s expansion into four additional teams, the Mets have become beloved by many for their exciting and often dramatic games over the years.
With a rich history that includes two world championships and multiple playoff appearances, there is no shortage of passion surrounding this Big Apple franchise.
Whether you’re watching from home or at Citi Field on game day, rooting on “the Amazins” has been a rite-of-passage for generations of fans across New York City and beyond.
- Lenny Dykstra
- Mark Canha
- Adam Ottavino
- Gary Carter
- Carlos Beltrán
- Max Scherzer
- Jacob deGrom
- Tom Seaver
- Francisco Lindor
- Daniel Murphy
- Carlos Carrasco
- James McCann
- Mike Piazza
- Ron Darling
- Seth Lugo
- Dominic Smith
- Brandon Nimmo
- Tomas Nido
- Luis Guillorme
- Michael Conforto
- David Wright
- Dwight Gooden
- Darryl Strawberry
- José Reyes
- Edgardo Alfonzo
- Jerry Koosman
- Pete Alonso
- Jeff McNeil
- Cleon Jones
- Howard Johnson
- Starling Marte
- Eduardo Escobar
- Sid Fernandez
- Chris Bassitt
- Edwin Diaz
- Al Leiter
- Tylor Megill
- Taijuan Walker
- Trevor Williams
- Chasen Shreve
- Joely Rodríguez
- Drew Smith
- Travis Jankowski
- Mookie Wilson
- Bud Harrelson
- John Franco
- John Stearns
1. Lenny Dykstra
- 3× All-Star (1990, 1994, 1995), World Series champion (1986), Silver Slugger Award (1993)
Dykstra had a lengthy and successful career in the major leagues, playing for several teams over the course of his 20-year career. He was most notably a member of the New York Mets from 1985 to 2001, where he won three NL MVP Awards and helped lead them to their only World Series championship.
Dykstra's baseball skills were not limited to hitting balls out of stadiums – he also displayed strong throwing abilities, helping him make an impact at both outfield positions throughout his career.
Dykstra has been involved in numerous controversies throughout his career, including allegations of domestic violence and drug use; however, he has always maintained that these accusations are false.
In 2003, Dyksta retired from professional baseball after spending time rehabilitating an injury sustained during the previous season's playoffs with the Philadelphia Phillies.
After retiring from baseball, Dyknra took up golfing – becoming one of the top players in America through his prowess on this new sport as well.
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2. Mark Canha
Mark Canha was born on February 15, 1989 in San Jose, California. He played college baseball for Oregon State before being drafted by the New York Mets in the second round of the 2008 MLB Draft.
After playing parts of four seasons with the Mets' minor league affiliates, he made his big league debut in 2012 and has since been a regular member of their lineup. In 2018 he won an MVP award after hitting .330/.397/.610 with 37 home runs and 119 RBIs in 156 games for the Minnesota Twins.
As a free agent following that season, Canha signed with the Oakland Athletics where he is currently batting .269/.322/.451 with 18 home runs and 53 RBIs through 116 games this year..
Mark Canha made his MLB debut with the Oakland Athletics in 2015. 2. He had a very successful rookie season, batting .248 with 102 home runs and 355 RBIs.
3. In 2020, he was traded to the New York Mets where he has continued to be a valuable player for them over the past two seasons.
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3. Adam Ottavino
Boston Red Sox
Adam Ottavino made his MLB debut in 2012 with the Colorado Rockies. He has spent parts of six seasons with the Mets, and was a member of their 2017 World Series team.
Ottavino throws right-handed and bats left-handed, making him an unusual pitcher/batter combination in baseball. In 2018 he set career highs for wins (17), innings pitched (235) and strikeouts (240).
In 2019 he had another strong season, posting a 2.92 ERA while striking out 269 batters over 233 innings pitched – both marks were tops in the National League. Ottavino is one of the top pitchers in baseball and has been for many years.
He was drafted by the Colorado Rockies back in 2006, and has since made a name for himself as one of the game's best. Ottavino enjoyed great success with the Rockies, leading them to two division titles during his time there.
After being traded to the Yankees at the start of 2019, he quickly established himself as one of their better starters - winning 9 games in his first 10 starts.
Ottavino is an excellent all-round pitcher who can contribute on both sides of the ball (he hit .285/.354/.481 last year). He'll be hoping to continue this form into next season, when he joins forces with some new teammates in New York City.
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4. Gary Carter
- 11× All-Star (1975, 1979–1988), World Series champion (1986), 3× Gold Glove Award (1980–1982), 5× Silver Slugger Award (1981, 1982, 1984–1986), Roberto Clemente Award (1989), NL RBI leader (1984), Montreal Expos No. 8 retired, New York Mets Hall of Fame
Gary Carter was a catcher who played in Major League Baseball for 18 seasons. He was popular with fans and was known for his friendly personality and strong defensive play.
In 1992, he announced his retirement from baseball after being diagnosed with lymphoma. He died six years later at the age of 57 due to complications from the cancer treatment.
Carter is one of only nine players in MLB history to have batting averages over .300 both as a rookie and veteran player, accomplished in 1974 and 1988 respectively.
He won three Silver Slugger Awards (awarded to the best offensive player at each position) during his career, all while playing for Montreal Expos teams that finished second-to-last in their division every season he played there (.248 winning percentage).
Gary Carter also holds several other records related to catchers: most assists by a catcher (1,346), most games caught without an error (2,711), highest fielding percentage among catchers (.996) since 1957.
When Pitch F/X data began tracking this statistic systematically – meaning excluding errors made by pitchers or batters hitting into plays at third base – and most putouts by any catcher (14,802).
Courtesy of Wikipedia.) In 2009–10 Gary received recognition as one of the 100 Greatest Living Players Entering The 20th Century (#78 on list).
Additionally he has been nominated twice for induction into the National Baseball Hall Of Fame but failed to gain election on two occasions.
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5. Carlos Beltrán
- 9× All-Star (2004–2007, 2009, 2011–2013, 2016), World Series champion (2017), AL Rookie of the Year (1999), 3× Gold Glove Award (2006–2008), 2× Silver Slugger Award (2006, 2007), Roberto Clemente Award (2013)
Beltrán is a former MLB outfielder who played for the Royals, Astros, and Yankees over his career. In 2017, Beltrán retired after 14 seasons in the majors.
Beltran has a .279 batting average with 2,725 hits and 435 home runs in 1,587 games played. He was an All-Star twice (2002 and 2009) and won three Silver Slugger Awards (2003–2005).
Beltran also led the American League in stolen bases three times (2001–2003). After retiring from baseball in 2017, he became a broadcaster for Fox Sports México covering their Liga MX matches..
Carlos Beltrán is a Hall of Fame outfielder who played for the Kansas City Royals, Houston Astros, New York Mets, San Francisco Giants and St. Louis Cardinals. Carlos Beltrán was an All-Star nine times and won two World Series titles with the St.
Louis Cardinals in 2012 and 2013. In 1999, Beltran became the youngest player ever to win Rookie of the Year honors and he has since appeared in three more All-Star Games (2006–2008).
Carlos Beltrán was born on December 17th, 1973 in Santo Domingo de los Zetas District of Veracruz State in Mexico and raised mainly in Tampico where he began his professional career as a shortstop before converting to center field late into his career with Kansas City Royals organization.
After playing eight seasons with the Mets from 2005-2011 beltran signed a five year deal worth $110 million dollars to play for last place San Francisco giants but only managed 223 at bats over those 5 years before being traded midseason to St Louis cardinals where he finished out his career winning 2 world series titles.
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6. Max Scherzer
New York Mets
- 8× All-Star (2013–2019, 2021), World Series champion (2019), 2× All-MLB First Team (2019, 2021), All-MLB Second Team (2022), 3× Cy Young Award (2013, 2016, 2017), 4× wins leader (2013, 2014, 2016, 2018), 3× NL strikeout leader (2016–2018), MLB strikeout leader (2018), Pitched two no-hitters in 2015 (June 20 and October 3), , MLB records, , Most strikeouts in a 9-inning game (20, tied with Roger Clemens and Kerry Wood) (May 11, 2016), Most immaculate innings pitched (3, tied with Sandy Koufax and Chris Sale)
Max Scherzer is one of the most dominant pitchers in baseball and has won many awards over the years. He made his MLB debut with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2008 and has since been a mainstay for their rotation.
Scherzer's stats are impressive, with a win-loss record of 201–102, earned run average of 3.11, and strikeouts of 3193. He was traded to the New York Mets in 2022 and is expected to be a key part of their team moving forward.
Max Scherzer is one of the best pitchers in baseball and has won multiple awards including a Cy Young Award. He was an All-Star for 8 seasons, pitched in two World Series, and is currently leading the NL in strikeouts. Scherzer also threw two no-hitters during his career - both of which he led off with perfect innings.
Max Scherzer will likely be pitching for another team next year as he has signed a long term deal with the New York Mets.
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7. Jacob deGrom
- 4× All-Star (2015, 2018, 2019, 2021), 2× All-MLB First Team (2019, 2020), 2× NL Cy Young Award (2018, 2019), NL Rookie of the Year (2014), NL ERA leader (2018), 2× NL strikeout leader (2019, 2020)
Jacob deGrom is a starting pitcher in the MLB who has had great success with the New York Mets. DeGrom was drafted by the Texas Rangers in 2008, but did not sign with them and instead chose to play college baseball at Florida State University.
He made his MLB debut for the Mets in 2014 and since then he has been one of their most consistent starters, winning four Cy Young Awards (the most for any player). Outside of baseball, Jacob deGrom is an avid golfer and enjoys spending time with his family.
Jacob deGrom is a talented pitcher for the Mets. In 2018 and 2019 he was named to the All-MLB First Team, and in 2020 he won the Cy Young Award.
Jacob deGrom has a very good record as an MLB starting pitcher - 82 wins and 57 losses over three seasons. He also has an ERA of 2.52, which is excellent compared to other pitchers in his league.
Jacob deGrom also leads his league in strikeouts each year; 1,607 strikes in 202 games are impressive numbers. The Mets signed him to a long-term contract extension ahead of the 2020 season, so there's no doubt that they believe in him as one of their key players moving forward.
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8. Tom Seaver
New York Mets
- 12× All-Star (1967–1973, 1975–1978, 1981), World Series champion (1969), 3× NL Cy Young Award (1969, 1973, 1975), NL Rookie of the Year (1967), 3× NL wins leader (1969, 1975, 1981), 3× NL ERA leader (1970, 1971, 1973), 5× NL strikeout leader (1970, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1976), Pitched a no-hitter on June 16, 1978, New York Mets No. 41 retired, New York Mets Hall of Fame, Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame
Tom Seaver was a dominant pitcher in the 1970s and 1980s. He won 311 games over his career and had an earned run average of only 2.86. Tom Seaver is best known for his record-breaking performance against the Boston Red Sox, where he went 39–17 with a 2.84 ERA in four seasons from 1984 to 1988.
Tom Seaver retired after the 1986 season, but came out of retirement briefly in 1990 before retiring permanently two years later at the age of 47 due to arthritis in his pitching arm. After retiring as a player, Tom Seaver worked as a television analyst for MLB teams until his death aged 75 in 2020.
Tom Seaver was one of the greatest pitchers in baseball history. He won three Cy Young Awards, led the NL in strikeouts five times, and pitched a no-hitter on June 16, 1978. Tom Seaver also had a reputation as one of the most difficult players to hit against. His career high strikeout rate is still an MLB record.
After leaving the Mets following the 1977 season, Tom Seaver played for Cincinnati Reds and then New York Mets before retiring at age 34 in 1982.
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9. Francisco Lindor
New York Mets
- 4× All-Star (2016–2019), 2× Gold Glove Award (2016, 2019), Platinum Glove Award (2016), 2× Silver Slugger Award (2017, 2018), All-MLB Second Team (2022)
Francisco Lindor is a shortstop for the Cleveland Indians. He was drafted by the club in 2015 and has been an important part of their team ever since. Lindor has had great success at the plate, batting over .300 each season and hitting more than 170 home runs in his career to date.
He's also driven in 581 runs during that time, making him one of MLB's most productive hitters. Lindor has made some big plays on defense as well, playing ss for one of baseball's best teams for several seasons now.
His combination of power and skills makes him a valuable player on any squad he joins next season.
Lindor will be 29 years old when the 2021 season starts, so there is still plenty left in the tank if he wants to continue putting up good numbers across all facets of his game. Francisco Lindor is a top-rated shortstop in the MLB who has excelled for Cleveland Indians since being drafted in 2013.
Lindor won his first Gold Glove Award as a rookie and followed it up with another two years later, earning Platinum Glove honors in 2016.
He was an All-Star selection in each of the four seasons he played before joining the Mets this season. In 2019, Lindor became just the third player ever to record at least 125 stolen bases and 25 home runs over three consecutive seasons, while also batting over .
300 in all three campaigns. With his career looking promising, Lindor will look to continue his success when he plays for New York next year.
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10. Daniel Murphy
- 3× All-Star (2014, 2016, 2017), NLCS MVP (2015), 2× Silver Slugger Award (2016, 2017)
Daniel Murphy was born on April 1, 1985 in Jacksonville, Florida. Murphy made his MLB debut with the New York Mets in 2008 and has since played for the Colorado Rockies and Chicago Cubs.
He is a .296 batting average hitter with 138 home runs and 735 RBIs in 1022 career games. Daniel Murphy is a versatile player who can play both second base and first base as well as shortstop if needed.
His skills also include hitting for power and driving in runs consistently throughout his career. Daniel Murphy will likely retire after playing one final season with the Colorado Rockies in 2020, at which point he will have spent 11 seasons of his 12-year Major League Baseball career with one team - an impressive feat indeed.
Daniel Murphy is an all-star third baseman for the Washington Nationals and Chicago Cubs. Daniel Murphy was born in Miami, Florida on September 12th, 1988.
While in high school, Daniel played shortstop and pitcher for Plantation High School before switching to third base during his senior year of college at Florida State University.
After playing briefly for the Mets organization in 2007, he was traded to the Nationals in 2008 as part of a blockbuster trade that sent ace left-hander Jon Niese and reliever Anthony Varvaro to New York along with catcher Erik Kratz and minor leaguers Lisalverto Bonilla Jr., John Lannan.
Ross Ohlendorf and Jonathan Schoop. In 2012, after spending two seasons splitting time between Triple A Syracuse Chiefs (2012) and the majors with Washington (2013), Murphy signed a three-year $37 million deal with Chicago.
That made him one of baseball's highest paid players at the time - though this has since been surpassed by other earners such as Bryce Harper & Manny Machado who both recently signed contracts worth over $500 million each.
Born into a family of athletes - his father played football professionally while his older brother Jeff also starred at linebacker collegiately at Notre Dame - it wasn't long until Daniel began making waves on the diamond himself too.
First impressing scouts with his flashy batting skills whilst playing for Team USA at both World Baseball Classic tournaments (2009 & 2013). Finally reaching The Show™ following impressive performances throughout MLB Spring Training 2011 (hitting .371/.471/.628).
Although he would only manage 16 games due to injury early on in 2012 season before being sidelined again by another knee issue midway through 2014 campaign which caused some pundits/fans alike start calling him "Murphy Medusa" because they couldn't seem to stop him from getting hurt.
However once healthy & back behind home plate things started clicking together nicely culminating eventually culminated finally culminating into 3 All-Star selections ('14-'17).
Most notably becoming 2016 NL MVP runner up behind Kris Bryant despite slumping late stage playoffs losing streak causing.
Many cynics writing off eventual NYM championship run but nevertheless 2015 ALCS MVP recipient showed immense heart even when seemingly down 2–1 against St Louis Cardinals prior game 7 deciding series finale.
Lastly won 2018 WC title starting lineup replacing suspended Kyle Schwarber taking full advantage posting career highs HR totals 27 RBIs SB total.
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11. Carlos Carrasco
- AL Comeback Player of the Year (2019), Roberto Clemente Award (2019), AL wins leader (2017)
Carlos Carrasco is a pitcher for the New York Mets. He debuted with the Cleveland Indians in 2009 and has since been with several other teams. Carlos Carrasco throws right-handed and bats left-handed.
In 2016, he won his first career Cy Young Award after posting an ERA of 2.14 and winning 22 games on the season. Carrasco was born in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, on March 21st, 1987; making him one year younger than current Mets starter Noah Syndergaard.
As a child, Carlos Carrasco played baseball at all levels including Venezuelan League Baseball where he started playing professionally at age 17 with Magallanes de Lara in 1998 as a catcher/outfielder before converting to pitching full-time two years later due to injuries to teammates' hitters.
Although originally drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers out of high school in 2005, Carlos signed instead with Cleveland who made him their third-round pick that year (86th overall).
Over his seven seasons in MLB debuting for four different teams, Carrazzos' numbers have varied somewhat but always hover around league average or better.
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12. James McCann
- All-Star (2019)
McCann was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 2010 MLB draft. McCann made his MLB debut with the Detroit Tigers in 2014 and has since played for the Baltimore Orioles, Pittsburgh Pirates, New York Mets and Toronto Blue Jays.
In 2018, he led all catchers in home runs and batting average while playing for the Mets. McCann is a switch hitter who throws right-handed.
He is considered one of the top hitting catchers in baseball and is known for his strong throwing arm as well as his offensive skills at catcher James McCann was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the first round of the 2009 amateur draft.
He made his debut with the team in 2014, and has played for them ever since. McCann is a switch hitter who bats right-handed.
In 2019, he became an All Star after batting .289 with 32 home runs and 114 RBIs on season long basis while leading the American League in slugging percentage (.579). He also led all AL players in hits (203), doubles (41), total bases (299), extra base hits (87) and OPS (.971).
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13. Mike Piazza
New York Mets
- 12× All-Star (1993–2002, 2004, 2005), NL Rookie of the Year (1993), 10× Silver Slugger Award (1993–2002), New York Mets No. 31 retired, New York Mets Hall of Fame
Mike Piazza was a five-time All-Star and three-time MVP. He played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Oakland Athletics, and New York Mets in his MLB career. In 2007, he hit 41 home runs to lead the majors and win his third MVP award.
After playing in parts of 14 seasons, Mike Piazza announced his retirement from baseball on September 30th of that year.
He is now an analyst with Fox Sports 1's coverage of MLB games and also has his own sports apparel company called Launch Life Gear LLC Mike Piazza was one of the most dominant hitters in MLB history.
He won 12 All-Star games and 10 Silver Slugger Awards, making him one of the best players to ever play the game. Mike Piazza had a very successful career with the New York Mets, playing there from 1998 to 2005. In his time with them, he led the team to two National League pennants and two World Series titles (2000 and 2004).
After spending six seasons with San Diego Padres, Mike Piazza joined Oakland Athletics in 2007 where he played until 2016 when he was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Also Played For: dodgers, los angeles dodgers
14. Ron Darling
New York Mets
- All-Star (1985), World Series champion (1986), Gold Glove Award (1989), New York Mets Hall of Fame
Darling was a pitcher in the MLB for over 20 years, and he is best known for his time with the New York Mets. He had a successful career, compiling a record of 244-183 with 568 strikeouts.
Darling also played some minor league baseball before making it to the majors, and he showed great potential early on in his career. However, an elbow injury ended his tenure as a full-time player relatively early on in his career.
After retiring from professional baseball, Darling has pursued other interests outside of the game – such as acting and coaching – but he remains involved in various aspects of baseball life nonetheless. Darling currently resides near San Francisco Bay Area where he coaches young pitchers at Stanford University.
Darling was a two-time All-Star and World Series champion with the Mets. Darling had an impressive record as a pitcher, posting 136 wins in 116 games. Darling also won a Gold Glove Award during his career and is now enshrined in the New York Mets Hall of Fame.
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15. Seth Lugo
- Pitched a combined no-hitter on April 29, 2022
Seth Lugo is a 33-year-old pitcher who made his MLB debut with the New York Mets in 2016. He has played for the San Diego Padres since 2022 and has a 32-24 record thus far.
His main pitch is a right-handed fastball, but he also throws a slider and changeup. Seth Lugo's most successful season to date came in 2018 when he went 12-7 with an 3.70 ERA in 31 games (28 starts).
Critics say that Seth Lugo doesn't have great stuff, but they praise him for his grit and determination which have led him to be one of the better pitchers in baseball over the last few years Lugo is a former Mets pitcher who has had some success in the past.
Lugo was drafted by the Mets in 2016 and made his debut with them that season. In 2018, he was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies and had quite a bit of success there, finishing fourth in NL Cy Young voting behind Jacob DeGrom, Aaron Nola, and Max Scherzer.
After being traded back to the Mets this offseason, Lugo looks poised for another good year on their staff. He's got a decent ERA (3.48) and plenty of strikeouts (508).
He's also played for Puerto Rico in international competitions like World Baseball Classic where he won a silver medal last year as part of the National team.
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16. Dominic Smith
- Batting average: .246
- Home runs: 46
- Runs batted in: 179
Dominic Smith is a left-handed first baseman and left fielder for the Washington Nationals. He was drafted by the Nationals in the first round of the 2013 MLB Draft.
Smith made his MLB debut in 2016. He has also played for the Mets and Royals. Smith has a batting average of .248 with 152 hits in 495 career games. Smith is a valuable player on the Nationals, as he has averaged 26.7 runs scored and 10.8 RBIs per season.
He is a six-time All-Star. Smith is a strong hitter, as he has a batting average of over .300 in each of the past three seasons. Smith is a lock for the Nationals' lineup in 2019, as he has been on the team's opening day roster each season. Dominic Smith made his MLB debut for the New York Mets in 2017.
Smith is a left-handed hitter who bats and throws right-handed. In his rookie season, Smith hit .246 with 46 home runs and 179 RBI. Smith's most notable performance came in the playoffs, where he hit.
333 with two home runs and five RBI in the Mets' run to the World Series. Smith is expected to be a cornerstone of the Mets' offense for years to come.
Smith is from the United Kingdom and played college baseball at the University of Florida. Smith is married and has one child. Smith is an avid fan of the NFL's New England Patriots.
Dominic Smith is a talented player and is sure to be a major contributor for the Mets for years to come.
17. Brandon Nimmo
- NL Triples Leader (2022)
Brandon Nimmo is a 29-year-old outfielder for the New York Mets. He was drafted by the Mets in the first round of the 2011 MLB Draft. Nimmo has spent his entire professional career with the Mets.
He has hit over .300 in each of the past three seasons. In 2018, Nimmo was named to the National League All-Star team. He hit .285 with 25 home runs and 86 RBIs. Nimmo is a left-handed hitter who throws right-handed.
He is known for his powerful batting skills and strong throwing arm. Nimmo is married and has two young children. He is a family man who enjoys spending time with his wife and children. Nimmo is a devout Mormon and serves as a missionary for his church.
Nimmo is a generous person who has donated time and money to various charities. Brandon Nimmo is a hard-working player who is always looking to improve his skills. He is a team player who is always willing to give 110% in any game. Brandon Nimmo is a talented player who is destined for big things in the future.
He is a dedicated family man and a talented player who is destined for big things in the future.
18. Tomas Nido
Tomas Nido is a talented catcher who is currently playing for the New York Mets. He was signed by the Mets in February of 2022 and has been a mainstay in the team's lineup ever since.
Nido has a strong throwing arm and is a versatile player who can play anywhere in the infield. He is a consistent hitter and has hit for a high average throughout his career. Nido is a hardworking player who is always looking to contribute to his team.
He is a dedicated player who is always looking to improve his skills. Nido is a valuable member of the Mets and is a key cog in their championship-hopeful lineup.
He is a talented catcher who is sure to be a major contributor to the team in the future. Tomas Nido is a hard-working player who is sure to make a name for himself in the MLB.
19. Luis Guillorme
Luis Guillorme was born on September 27th, 1994 in Caracas, Venezuela. Guillorme made his MLB debut for the New York Mets in 2018. Guillorme bats and throws left handed.
Guillorme has played in 97 MLB games, all for the Mets. Guillorme has a batting average of .220 and a slugging percentage of .409. Guillorme has made 10 errors in 97 games played.
Guillorme is an infielder and is known for his defense. Guillorme is under contract with the Mets through 2021. Guillorme is a Venezuelan citizen and is eligible for international play.
Luis Guillorme was born in the Dominican Republic, but moved to Spain as a young child. He started playing baseball at a very young age and quickly became a standout player. Guillorme made his MLB debut in 2018 with the New York Mets.
In 2019, he was named to the All-Star team. Guillorme is a powerful hitter with a good batting average. He is also a good fielder, and has made some impressive defensive plays in the MLB. Guillorme is a key part of the Mets' lineup, and is expected to continue to be a major player in the league.
He is married and has two children. Guillorme is a popular figure in the MLB, and is loved by his fans.
20. Michael Conforto
- All-Star (2017), All-MLB Second Team (2020)
Michael Conforto is an outfielder for the San Francisco Giants. He made his MLB debut in 2016. Conforto attended the University of Oregon, where he played for the Oregon Ducks.
He was drafted in the first round of the 2011 MLB draft by the Mets. Conforto has a career batting average of .262. He has also hit 38 home runs and collected 153 RBIs in 543 games.
Conforto is a two-time All-Star. He was voted to the All-Star team in 2016 and 2018. He is a member of the United States national baseball team. Conforto is the son of former major league second baseman and manager Jerry Conforto.
He was married to Jenni Rivera in September of 2018. Michael Conforto is a young outfielder with a bright future in the MLB. He showed tremendous promise in his rookie season, batting .255 with 132 home runs and 396 RBIs. Conforto is a powerful hitter with a good eye at the plate.
He has a good batting average and a lot of home run power. Conforto is a streaky hitter, so it will be interesting to see how he performs in the future.
He will need to improve his batting average if he wants to make an impact in the MLB. Conforto is a hard-working player who is always looking to improve his skills.
He is a leader on the team and is a good role model for the young players on the Mets. Conforto is a valuable player to the Mets and is a key part of their success in the future.
He is a good player who is well-respected by his teammates. Conforto is a powerful hitter who can hit for a high average and score a lot of runs.
He is a valuable member of the Mets team and will be a key player in their future success. Conforto is a young player who has a lot of potential and it is looking like he will go on to be a very successful player in the MLB.
He has a bright future and the Mets are lucky to have him on their team. Michael Conforto is a talented player who is well-loved by his fans.
He is a good role model for the young players in the MLB and he is set to have a long and successful career. Michael Conforto is a talented player who is well-loved by his fans.
He is a good role model for the young players in the MLB and he is set to have a long and successful career.
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21. David Wright
- 7× All-Star (2006–2010, 2012, 2013), 2× Gold Glove Award (2007, 2008), 2× Silver Slugger Award (2007, 2008)
David Wright is a three-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glove winner who has spent his entire MLB career with the New York Mets. Wright is a powerful hitter who can hit for both power and average.
Wright has been a durable player, playing in over 1,000 games in his career. Wright is a good fielder who has made several outstanding plays in the Mets' run to the World Series in 2006 and 2013.
Wright is a leader on and off the field for the Mets, and is highly respected by his teammates. Wright is expected to retire after the 2017 season. David Wright is one of the most experienced and decorated players in Mets history.
He's played for the team for over a decade and has won many awards, including 7 All-Star appearances and 2 Silver Slugger Awards. David Wright is a batting machine, averaging .296 with 242 home runs and 970 RBIs in his career.
He's a powerful hitter who can hit for both power and average. Wright is also a very good fielder, making him a valuable member of any team. He's a tremendously consistent player, which has helped him amass a lengthy career.
David Wright is a leader on and off the field, and he's been a big part of the Mets success over the years. He's a quality player and a key part of the team's future.
22. Dwight Gooden
- 4× All-Star (1984–1986, 1988), 2× World Series champion (1986, 2000), NL Cy Young Award (1985), Triple Crown (1985), NL Rookie of the Year (1984), Silver Slugger Award (1992), MLB wins leader (1985), MLB ERA leader (1985), 2× MLB strikeout leader (1984, 1985), Pitched a no-hitter on May 14, 1996, New York Mets Hall of Fame
Dwight Gooden was one of the greatest pitchers in MLB history. He won 194 games, and had a 3.51 ERA. He struck out 2,293 batters in his career. Gooden was born in Tampa, Florida, in 1964.
He was a right-handed pitcher. Gooden made his MLB debut with the New York Mets in 1984. He played for the Mets until 2000, when he signed with the Yankees. Gooden was a dominant pitcher in his era.
He won a record-breaking 112 games in his career. His ERA was 3.51, and he struck out 2,293 batters. Gooden had a few injuries in his career, but he was able to recover and still pitch effectively. Gooden was a three-time Cy Young Award nominee.
He won the award in 1986, 1990, and 1992. Gooden had a successful career as a starting pitcher, but he also had a few successful seasons as a relief pitcher. Gooden is currently a broadcaster for the Yankees. He has been with the team since 2000.
Gooden is a respected member of the baseball community. He is known for his great pitching skills, and he is a respected analyst on television.
23. Darryl Strawberry
- 8× All-Star (1984–1991), 3× World Series champion (1986, 1996, 1999), NL Rookie of the Year (1983), 2× Silver Slugger Award (1988, 1990), NL home run leader (1988), New York Mets Hall of Fame
Darryl Strawberry was one of the most popular players in the MLB during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Strawberry was a feared hitter, as he had a batting average of .259 over his career.
Strawberry also had some impressive stats in the field, as he was a right fielder throughout his career. Strawberry retired from the MLB in 1999, after playing for the New York Yankees. Strawberry is now a commentator for MLB on Fox.
Strawberry is also involved in charity work, as he has raised money for a number of causes. Strawberry is currently 60 years old and enjoys spending time with his family. Strawberry is a popular figure in the baseball community, and many fans remember him fondly.
Darryl Strawberry is one of the most successful players in MLB history, and he will be remembered for his amazing stats and personality.
24. José Reyes
- 4× All-Star (2006, 2007, 2010, 2011), Silver Slugger Award (2006), NL batting champion (2011), 3× NL stolen base leader (2005–2007)
Reyes is a shortstop who has played for the New York Mets. Reyes has been with the Mets for a long time and has been a consistent player for them. Reyes has been a key player for the Mets and has had a number of good seasons.
Reyes is a switch hitter and has a number of home runs and runs batted in. Reyes has had some injuries in the past but is still a valuable player for the Mets. Reyes is not a young player and will likely retire at some point. Reyes is a respected player in the MLB and is well-loved by his fans.
Reyes is a good player who is loved by his fans and will be missed when he retires. José Reyes was a key player on the three New York Mets teams that made it to the World Series.
Reyes was a three-time NL batting champion and won a Silver Slugger Award in 2006. Reyes had a productive career in Miami and Toronto before ending it with the New York Mets.
25. Edgardo Alfonzo
- All-Star (2000), Silver Slugger Award (1999), New York Mets Hall of Fame
Alfonzo made his MLB debut for the New York Mets in 1995. Alfonzo played for the Toronto Blue Jays from 2006-2009, hitting .284 in 163 games. Alfonzo has also played for the Yomiuri Giants in Japan since 2009.
Alfonzo has won two Gold Gloves and been an All-Star twice. Alfonzo is currently a third baseman and second baseman for the Mets' affiliates in the minors. Alfonzo is a Venezuelan by birth. Alfonzo is married and has three children.
Alfonzo is a devout Catholic and has been involved with various charities over the years. Alfonzo is a two-time World Series champion, as a member of the New York Mets in 1999 and the Blue Jays in 2005. Edgardo Alfonzo played for the Mets, Giants and Angels of Anaheim.
Alfonzo was a five-time All-Star and won a Silver Slugger Award in 1999. Alfonzo was known for his power and was a key part of four World Series teams.
Alfonzo was inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame in 2002. Alfonzo is currently a baseball commentator for a Japanese television network.
26. Jerry Koosman
- 2× All-Star (1968, 1969), World Series champion (1969), New York Mets No. 36 retired, New York Mets Hall of Fame
Jerry Koosman was a pitcher in the MLB for 22 seasons, from 1967 to 1985. He had a 222-209 win-loss record and was a four-time All-Star.
Jerry Koosman's MLB career was highlighted by a Cy Young Award in 1978, which was the first of three awards he would win.
He also won the MVP award in 1980 and the League Championship Series MVP award in 1981. After his MLB career was over, Jerry Koosman became a pitching coach and manager.
He has been successful in both roles, and he currently coaches the New York Mets. Jerry Koosman is a very popular figure in the MLB community, and he is widely respected for his skills as a pitcher.
He will always be remembered as one of the greatest pitchers in the history of the sport. Jerry Koosman was one of the most successful pitchers in Mets history.
He won two World Series titles and was an All-Star twice. Koosman was born on September 4, 1936, in The Bronx, New York. Koosman played for the Mets from 1967 to 1978. He was a two-time World Series champion and an All-Star twice.
Koosman retired from baseball in 1985. He currently works as a broadcaster for the Mets. Jerry Koosman is a member of the New York Mets Hall of Fame. Jerry Koosman has two sons, Jeff and Jay, who both play baseball. Jerry Koosman currently resides in Jupiter, Florida.
27. Pete Alonso
- 2× All-Star (2019, 2022), All-MLB First Team (2019), NL Rookie of the Year (2019), MLB home run leader (2019), NL RBI leader (2022), MLB Rookie Home Run Record (53)
Pete Alonso was drafted by the New York Mets in the first round of the 2016 MLB Draft. Alonso made his MLB debut with the Mets in 2019. Alonso has played first base for the Mets since then.
Alonso has a batting average of .232 with nine home runs and 36 RBIs in 141 games. Alonso is signed with the Mets through the 2022 season. Alonso is a right-handed batter and throws right-handed.
Alonso is a young first baseman with a lot of potential. Alonso is signed through the 2022 MLB season and has a lot of potential to improve. Alonso is a promising first baseman with a lot of potential in the MLB.
Pete Alonso is a powerful right-handed hitter who led the National League in home runs in 2019. Alonso was also an All-Star in 2019 and was named to the MLB First Team. Alonso is a rookie sensation, having won the MLB Rookie of the Year Award in 2019.
Alonso is known for his powerful home runs and is a threat to hit any ball out of the park. Alonso is a good fielder who is able to make plays on the ball. Alonso is a major contributor to the New York Mets and is looking to continue his success in the future.
Alonso is a rising star in the MLB and is destined for even greater things in the future. Alonso is a powerful hitter and is sure to continue his success in the future.
28. Jeff McNeil
- 2× All-Star (2019, 2022), MLB batting champion (2022), Silver Slugger Award (2022)
Jeff McNeil is a utility player for the Mets. He has played in a variety of positions for the Mets, but his most common role has been as a left fielder.
McNeil was originally drafted by the Mets in the fourth round of the 2010 MLB Draft. He made his big league debut with the team in 2018. McNeil has been a reliable player for the Mets over the past few seasons.
He has hit .233/.290/.433 in 586 career MLB games. McNeil is a switch hitter who has hit left-handed and right-handed. McNeil is a native of Santa Barbara, California. McNeil is a talented player who has had a successful career in the MLB.
He has been a part of the New York Mets for the past two seasons and is looking to continue his success. McNeil is a power hitter who is known for his ability to hit home runs. McNeil has been a key player for the Mets and is looking to help them win championships in the future.
McNeil is a versatile player who can play all three outfield positions. McNeil is a hard worker who is always looking to improve his game. McNeil is a popular player among his teammates and fans. McNeil is a talented player who is looking to continue his success in the MLB.
McNeil is a versatile player who can play all three outfield positions and is a key part of the Mets' success.
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29. Cleon Jones
- All-Star (1969), World Series champion (1969), New York Mets Hall of Fame
Cleon Jones was a left fielder who played for the Mets and White Sox in the MLB. He was born in Mobile, Alabama, in 1942. Jones had a successful MLB career, playing in a total of 9 seasons.
He is best known for his outstanding defensive play. Jones retired from professional baseball in 1976. He currently resides in Mobile, Alabama, and is active in charity work. Cleon Jones is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Cleon Jones is a former outfielder in Major League Baseball. He played for the New York Mets from 1963 to 1975 and the Chicago White Sox from 1976 to 1985.
He was a three-time All-Star and a two-time World Series champion. Cleon Jones was born on December 4, 1945, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
He played college baseball at the University of South Carolina. Cleon Jones made his MLB debut with the New York Mets in 1963. He spent most of his career with the Mets and was a three-time All-Star and a two-time World Series champion.
Cleon Jones retired from baseball after the 1985 season. He later became a coach with the Mets and White Sox.
He was inducted into the New York Mets Hall of Fame in 2003 and the Chicago White Sox Hall of Fame in 2014. Cleon Jones is married and has two children. He is currently a baseball commentator for ESPN.
30. Howard Johnson
- 2× All-Star (1989, 1991), 2× World Series champion (1984, 1986), 2× Silver Slugger Award (1989, 1991), NL home run leader (1991), NL RBI leader (1991)
Howard Johnson was a third baseman for the Detroit Tigers and Chicago Cubs. Howard Johnson batted left-handed and threw right. Howard Johnson had a .272 batting average with 197 hits in 572 games over 11 seasons.
Howard Johnson was a member of the American League All-Star Team in 1982 and 1995. Howard Johnson also played in the World Series with the Cubs in 1984 and 1991.
Howard Johnson retired from baseball in 1995. Howard Johnson is currently the owner and president of the Pilot Flying J truck stop chain.
Howard Johnson has been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2003. Howard Johnson is a successful businessman and has been in the truck stop industry for many years.
Howard Johnson was a first baseman who played for five different teams in his career. He was a two-time All-Star and a world champion with the Mets in 1984 and 1986.
He also won a Silver Slugger Award in 1989 and 1991. Johnson was known for his home run and RBI numbers. He finished his career with the Colorado Rockies in 1994.
31. Starling Marte
- 2× All-Star (2016, 2022), 2× Gold Glove Award (2015, 2016)
Starling Marte made his MLB debut with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2012 and has since been a key player for the team. He has a .272 batting average in 648 games.
Marte was born in the Dominican Republic, but has played for the Miami Marlins, the New York Mets, and now the Seattle Mariners. He has a right-handed bat and throws right-handed.
Marte has won three Silver Slugger Awards and been named an All-Star four times. In 2022, Marte will be a free agent and is expected to attract interest from many teams.
Starling Marte is a professional baseball player who has played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Arizona Diamondbacks, Miami Marlins, and Oakland Athletics.
Starling Marte has a batting average of .290 and has hit 1,392 hits in his career. He has also hit 142 home runs and batted in 565 runs batted in.
Starling Marte has stolen 314 bases in his career and is currently a member of the New York Mets. Starling Marte has been an All-Star twice and has won a Gold Glove Award in 2015 and 2016.
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32. Eduardo Escobar
- NL triples leader (2019), All-Star (2021)
Escobar was born in Venezuela in 1989 and moved to the United States as a young child. 2. He played for the Chicago White Sox from 2011 to 2022, and had a successful career with the team.
In 2018, Escobar was traded to the New York Mets and had a very successful season with them. Escobar is a switch hitter and has a good batting average. Escobar is a third baseman and throws right-handed.
Escobar is a 34-year-old third baseman who is still playing in the MLB. Eduardo Escobar has had a lot of success in his MLB career, including being a three-time NL triples leader and an All-Star. Escobar has a batting average of .254 and 1,120 hits in his career.
He also has 158 home runs and 605 runs batted in. Escobar has played for the Chicago White Sox (2011-2012), Minnesota Twins (2012-2018), Arizona Diamondbacks (2018-2021), and Milwaukee Brewers (2021). Escobar is currently a member of the New York Mets.
33. Sid Fernandez
- 2× All-Star (1986, 1987), World Series champion (1986)
Sid Fernandez was a pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers from 1983 to 1997. He finished his career with a 169-158 record and a 3.73 ERA. Fernandez was one of the most successful pitchers in Dodgers history.
He led the team to three division titles and two National League pennants. Fernandez was known for his powerful fastball and effective control. He was also a very good hitter, batting .271 with 286 home runs and 1,215 RBI in his career.
Fernandez was forced to retire at the age of 36 due to a knee injury. He later ran for mayor of Honolulu and was elected in 2001.
Fernandez is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame and the Houston Astros Hall of Fame. Sid Fernandez was one of the most successful pitchers in baseball history.
He was a two-time All-Star, World Series champion and earned run average of 3.36. Sid Fernandez was born in the Dominican Republic and started playing baseball when he was just 10 years old.
He was signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers and made his Major League debut in 1983. Sid Fernandez was a dominant pitcher during his career.
He was able to win 114 games and lose only 96. He was also able to strikeout 1,743 batters. Sid Fernandez retired after the 1996 season. He is now a baseball analyst for Fox Sports. Sid Fernandez is a member of the Dominican Republic Baseball Hall of Fame and the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.
34. Chris Bassitt
- All-Star (2021)
Bassitt was a two-time All-American at the University of Toledo and was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the fifth round of the 2010 MLB draft.
Bassitt made his MLB debut with the White Sox in 2014 and has spent the majority of his career with the team, appearing in a total of 136 games.
Bassitt has had success in the MLB, posting a record of 56-50 with a 3.86 ERA. He is best known for his work as a starter, but has also shown himself to be a capable relief pitcher.
Bassitt is slated to finish his career with the Blue Jays, appearing in a total of 58 games with the team. Bassitt is a member of the American League All-Star team and has won two games in the All-Star Game.
Bassitt is married and has two children. Bassitt was drafted in the third round of the 2014 MLB Draft by the Chicago White Sox. Bassitt was traded to the Oakland Athletics in 2015 and made his major league debut that season.
Bassitt was traded to the New York Mets in December of 2018. Bassitt has been a consistent performer for all three teams he's been with, posting a 46-34 record with a 3.45 ERA.
Bassitt has made six appearances in the MLB All-Star Game and is a two-time selection. Bassitt was named to the American League All-Star team in 2021 and was the starting pitcher.
Bassitt has been a key member of all three teams he's been with, and is expected to continue his success with the New York Mets in 2022.
35. Edwin Diaz
- 2× All-Star (2018, 2022), All-MLB First Team (2022), 2× Reliever of the Year (2018, 2022), AL saves leader (2018), Pitched a combined no-hitter on April 29, 2022
Edwin Diaz is a pitcher for the New York Mets. Diaz has a 16-29 win-loss record and an ERA of 2.93. Diaz has struck out 655 batters in MLB and saved 205 games.
Diaz was born in Naguabo, Puerto Rico and debuted with the Seattle Mariners in 2016. Diaz is an important part of the Mets' bullpen and is expected to be a key part of their future.
Edwin Diaz is a relief pitcher for the Seattle Mariners and the New York Mets. Edwin Diaz has been a dominant reliever in the MLB for the last few years. Edwin Diaz was born in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.
Edwin Diaz was an All-Star in 2018 and 2022. Edwin Diaz has won several awards, including Reliever of the Year in 2018 and 2022. Edwin Diaz is a great representative for Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic.
Edwin Diaz is a great pitcher and has a bright future in the MLB.
36. Al Leiter
- 2× All-Star (1996, 2000), 3× World Series champion (1992, 1993, 1997), Roberto Clemente Award (2000), Pitched a no-hitter on May 11, 1996
Al Leiter is a former Major League Baseball pitcher who played for the New York Yankees from 1987 to 2005. Leiter is best-known for his successful 15-year career with the Yankees, during which he compiled a 162-132 win-loss record.
Leiter also enjoyed a successful stint with the Florida Marlins, with whom he compiled a record of 149-119 in two seasons. Leiter is a two-time AL Cy Young Award winner (1997, 1999), and was also voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2009.
Leiter is currently the pitching coach for the Boston Red Sox. Leiter was born in Toms River, New Jersey, on October 23, 1965.
Leiter attended Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, New Jersey, before transferring to the University of Miami, where he played for the Miami Hurricanes baseball team.
Leiter made his major league debut with the Yankees on September 15, 1987. Leiter spent most of his career with the Yankees, but also spent time with the Florida Marlins and Boston Red Sox. Leiter is married to Teri, with whom he has two children.
37. Tylor Megill
- Pitched a combined no-hitter on April 29, 2022
Tylor Megill made his MLB debut with the Mets in 2022. He is a right-handed pitcher and bats right-handed. Megill attended Long Beach State University. He was drafted by the Mets in the second round of the 2016 MLB draft.
He made his major league debut on September 1, 2022 against the Phillies. In his debut, Megill allowed one run on three hits in 1.1 innings. Megill has appeared in six games with the Mets, all of which have been as a starter.
He has a 3.81 ERA in those appearances. Megill is currently on the disabled list with a left forearm strain. Tylor Megill is a pitcher for the New York Mets. He made his MLB debut in 2021 and has since gone 8-8 with a 4.73 ERA.
He was a finalist for the National League Rookie of the Year Award in 2021. Megill has struck out 150 batters in 121.1 innings pitched. He is a native of Arlington, Texas.
38. Taijuan Walker
- All-Star (2021)
Taijuan Walker is a 30-year-old pitcher who has spent his entire career with the Seattle Mariners. He has had some success in the majors, posting a record of 66-60 with a 3.39 ERA.
Walker was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies in July of 2021. He is expected to compete for a spot in the Phillies' starting rotation. Walker has a good slider and a solid fastball, which he can use to get hitters out.
He is a workhorse pitcher, throwing nearly 200 innings per season. Walker is a former first-round draft pick who has had some injury issues in the past. He is a talented pitcher who is looking to continue his success in the majors with the Phillies.
Taijuan Walker is a left-handed pitcher who has spent his entire career with the Seattle Mariners. Walker has had some success in his career, finishing with a 54-50 record and an ERA of 3.89. Walker has also struck out 806 batters in his career, ranking him in the top ten in MLB history.
Walker is a two-time All-Star and has been selected to the National League All-Star team twice. Walker will be a free agent at the end of the 2022 season, and it is possible that he could retire at the end of that season.
Walker is a fan favorite in Seattle, and he is well-respected by his teammates and opponents.
39. Trevor Williams
Williams was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the first round of the 2012 MLB Draft. Williams made his MLB debut in 2016 and has since appeared in 143 games, posting a record of 54-38 with a 3.81 ERA.
Williams is a three-time All-Star and was named to the 2018 National League All-Star Team. Williams is a right-handed pitcher and throws a fastball, slider, and change-up. Williams is signed through the 2021 season with the Nationals.
Williams is married and has two children. Williams is a Christian and has spoken about how his faith has helped him throughout his career. Williams is a favorite of Nationals' fans and is often mentioned as a possible candidate for the Cy Young Award.
Williams is known for his intensity on the field and his ability to keep his emotions in check.
40. Chasen Shreve
Chasen Shreve made his MLB debut with the New York Yankees in August of 2016. Shreve spent the majority of the 2016 season with the Yankees' Triple-A affiliate, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.
Shreve was traded to the Detroit Tigers in December of 2016. Shreve made his debut with the Tigers in May of 2017. Shreve finished the 2017 season with a record of 6-10 with a 3.71 ERA in 27 games (26 starts).
Shreve began the 2018 season with the Tigers. On July 27, 2018, Shreve was traded to the Minnesota Twins in exchange for Logan Morrison. Shreve is currently with the Twins' Triple-A affiliate, the Rochester Red Wings.
Shreve is expected to make his Twins debut in 2019. Chasen Shreve is a starting pitcher for the Atlanta Braves. Shreve was drafted by the New York Yankees in the fifth round of the 2014 MLB Draft. Shreve made his MLB debut with the Yankees in 2015.
Shreve spent the majority of the 2018 season with the St. Louis Cardinals. Shreve was traded to the Atlanta Braves in a trade deadline deal. Shreve is in his fourth season with the Braves. Shreve has a 21-12 record with a 3.87 ERA and 342 strikeouts.
Shreve has appeared in 118 games, with 107 starts. Shreve is a free agent at the end of the 2022 season.
41. Joely Rodríguez
- MLB, Pitched a combined no-hitter on April 29, 2022, , NPB, , Central League Most Valuable Setup pitcher (2019)
Joely Rodríguez is a 31-year-old pitcher who has played in the MLB for the Philadelphia Phillies and Chunichi Dragons. Rodríguez has a win-loss record of 5-9 with an ERA of 4.56.
He has struck out 146 batters in MLB play. Rodríguez was drafted by the Phillies in the third round of the 2016 MLB draft. He made his MLB debut in September of that year. Rodríguez spent the 2018 season with the Chunichi Dragons.
He was traded to the Red Sox in July of that year. Rodríguez is expected to compete for a starting role with the Red Sox in 2022. Joely Rodríguez is a talented pitcher in the NPB. He has a 3-7 record and an ERA of 1.85, but he is also striking out 103 batters.
Rodríguez was signed by the Phillies in 2016, and he spent the next two seasons with the Dragons. In 2018, he was traded to the Rangers and has been with them ever since.
Rodríguez is expected to be a key part of the Yankees bullpen in 2020. He is signed through 2021, and there is a good chance he will stay in the Bronx for at least another year.
Rodríguez was named the Central League Most Valuable Setup Pitcher in 2019. This is the first time a pitcher in NPB has been named this award. Rodríguez is a left-handed pitcher, and he throws a fastball, a slider, and a changeup.
42. Drew Smith
- Pitched a combined no-hitter on April 29, 2022
Drew Smith made his MLB debut with the Mets in 2022. Smith has a 3.59 ERA in 212 innings pitched over the past two seasons. Smith is a right-handed pitcher who throws strikes.
Smith is a power pitcher who has averaged over 200 strikeouts in each of his three seasons in the majors. Smith is a ground-ball pitcher who is good at limiting runs.
Smith is in the midst of a breakout season in 2022, having pitched to a 3.59 ERA in 212 innings.
Smith is a young pitcher who is still developing, and has the potential to be a star in the MLB. Smith is a hard-throwing pitcher who is in the midst of a breakout season.
Smith is a talented pitcher who has the potential to be a star in the MLB. Drew Smith is a starting pitcher for the New York Mets.
Smith has a 7-6 win-loss record, 3.24 ERA, and 119 strikeouts in 119 innings pitched. Smith pitched a no-hitter on April 29, 2022.
Smith has been a member of the Mets since the 2020 season. Smith was drafted in the fourth round of the 2018 MLB draft. Smith is a right-handed pitcher. Smith was born on June 23, 1996.
Smith's father, Jeff, played baseball for the University of Missouri. Smith has two siblings - a sister, Ashley, and a brother, Jake.
43. Travis Jankowski
Travis Jankowski was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in 1991. After playing college baseball at Butler University, Jankowski was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the second round of the 2011 MLB Draft.
Jankowski made his MLB debut with the Padres in 2015. He spent the majority of his time with the team in 2018, but was traded to the Texas Rangers in July. Jankowski has a batting average of .236 over 231 MLB games.
Jankowski has experience playing both left and right field, and is known for his speed and defensive abilities. Jankowski is signed through the 2022 MLB season. Jankowski is married and has two children. Jankowski is a Christian.
Jankowski is active in his church and has been involved in charity work. Travis Jankowski was drafted by the Padres in the first round of the 2015 MLB Draft. Jankowski had a breakout season in 2018, hitting 34 home runs and driving in 116 runs.
Jankowski is a power hitter who can drive in runs even when he is not batting well. Jankowski is a good fielder who has played in all three outfield positions. Jankowski is a free agent after the 2019 season. Jankowski is a good teammate who is always willing to help out the team.
Jankowski is a fan favorite, and is always happy to sign autographs. Jankowski has a good chance of reaching the Hall of Fame. The Padres hope that Jankowski will keep hitting for many years to come.
44. Mookie Wilson
- World Series champion (1986), New York Mets Hall of Fame
Wilson had a successful career in the major leagues, playing for the Mets, Cardinals, Pirates, and Rangers. Wilson was known as a switch-hitter and had a batting average of .269 with over 2,000 hits.
Wilson was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2006. Wilson currently works as a radio broadcaster for the Mets.
Wilson was born on October 6, 1961 in Daytona Beach, Florida. He was drafted by the Mets in the 4th round of the 1980 amateur draft.
Wilson made his major league debut with the Mets on July 9, 1982. Wilson was traded to the Blue Jays in 1989. Wilson won a World Series with the Blue Jays in 1986. Wilson was inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame in 2006. Wilson retired from baseball in 1991.
Wilson currently works as a baseball analyst for Fox Sports. Wilson is married to Tanya and they have two children.
45. Bud Harrelson
- 2× All-Star (1970, 1971), 2× World Series champion (1969, 1986), Gold Glove Award (1971), New York Mets Hall of Fame
Bud Harrelson was a shortstop who played in the Major Leagues for the Mets and Rangers from 1965 to 1980. He had a career batting average of .236. Harrelson was a switch hitter who threw right-handed.
Harrelson was a coach for the Mets in 1986 and for the Rangers in 1997. Harrelson was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2003. Harrelson is currently a baseball analyst for ESPN. Harrelson was born on June 6, 1944, in Niles, California.
Harrelson is married and has three children. Harrelson currently resides in California. Bud Harrelson was a 2× All-Star and World Series champion as a player with the New York Mets.
He was also a Gold Glove Award winner as a right fielder. Harrelson managed the Mets for two seasons, 1990-1991.
He is a member of the Mets Hall of Fame. Harrelson currently serves as an analyst for the MLB Network. Bud Harrelson is 76 years old.
46. John Franco
- 4× All-Star (1986, 1987, 1989, 1990), 2× NL Rolaids Relief Man Award (1988, 1990), 3× NL saves leader (1988, 1990, 1994), New York Mets Hall of Fame
John Franco was a pitcher and outfielder in the Major Leagues for over 20 years. Franco first came to prominence in the early 1990s, when he was a member of the Cincinnati Reds.
He was a member of the Houston Astros for the majority of his career, and eventually finished his career with the Mets. Franco is widely considered to be one of the best pitchers in Cincinnati Reds history, and is also well-known for his batting abilities.
Franco retired from baseball in 2005, after playing his final game for the Houston Astros. Franco has since pursued a career in broadcasting, and currently works as a color commentator for Fox Sports. Franco is a three-time winner of the Baseball Hall of Fame's Ford C.
Frick Award, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2012. John Franco is a beloved figure in Cincinnati, and his retirement from baseball was met with widespread sadness. John Franco is a legendary figure in baseball, and is widely regarded as one of the best pitchers and hitters of his era.
47. John Stearns
- 4× All-Star (1977, 1979, 1980, 1982)
John Stearns was a catcher in the MLB from 1977-1982. He was originally drafted by the Mets in the 7th round of the 1971 amateur draft. John Stearns was a key part of the Mets teams that made it to the World Series in 1977 and 1982.
He was also part of the Mets team that lost to the Dodgers in the NLCS in 1981. John Stearns was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2011 and passed away in 2022 at the age of 71. John Stearns was a three-time All-Star and was inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame in 2006.
John Stearns is remembered as one of the most popular and successful players in Mets history. John Stearns was a 3rd baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies from 1974-1984. He won 4 All-Star games during that time and was a key part of the Phillies teams that made it to the World Series twice.
John Stearns was a below average hitter, with a batting average of .260 and 46 home runs. However, he was a very good fielder, having 312 runs batted in during his career.
John Stearns was also a very good baserunner, with over 1,000 runs scored. He was a key part of the Phillies team that made it to the World Series twice.
John Stearns retired from baseball in 1984, after the Mets acquired him. He now works as a broadcaster for the Phillies.
The New York Mets are an iconic professional baseball team based in the borough of Queens, NYC. Formerly a part of the National League and now members of Major League Baseball’s Eastern Division, they have had several players who have been inducted into the Baseball Hall Of Fame.
However, it would be wrong to say that any one player is “the best” for the Mets – this title belongs to numerous players over the years.
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What Does The Number On A Bat Mean?
The number on the bat means that the ball has been hit. It is a standard measurement for bats in order to keep track of their performance.
What Happened To Freddie And Fitzsimmons?
Freddie and Fitzsimmons were a pair of white Tuxedo cats who lived in the fictional town of West Side Story. They were best friends and inseparable, until one day they disappeared.