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Tug McGraw
Inducted into the New York Mets Hall of Fame, 1993
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 8 of 974 players
McGraw
Frank Edwin McGraw
Born: August 30, 1944 at Martinez, Cal.
Died: January 5, 2004 at Nashville, Tenn.
Throws: Left Bats: Right
Height: 6.01 Weight: 185

Tug McGraw has been the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup 132 times, most recently on April 13, 2014.

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First Mets game: April 18, 1965
Last Mets game: September 28, 1974

Brother of Henry McGraw





Winner of National League Player of the Week award, June 17, 1973, September 1, 1974. (New York Mets)

Uniform Numbers:
Uniform
Number
Start DateEnd Date
45April 18, 1965May 18, 1966
45August 13, 1966September 30, 1967
45April 7, 1969October 2, 1974
45

Tug McGraw also played for the following team:
Signed with New York Mets as a free agent on June 12, 1964.

Traded by the New York Mets to the Philadelphia Phillies with Don Hahn and Dave Schneck in exchange for John Stearns, Del Unser and Mac Scarce on December 3, 1974.

On disabled list from May 16, 1974 to June 10, 1974 (strained back muscle).

  • Established a Mets season record for Saves in 1972 with 27. Broken by Jesse Orosco in 1984 with 31.

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Batting Record with New York Mets
Year GABRH2B3BHRRBIBBIBBSOHBPSBCSSHSFTBAvg.Slg.OBP
1965 38 230300000010000003.130.130.130
1966 15 17340000101000204.235.235.278
1967 4 4111000001000102.250.500.250
1969 43 24141003106000005.167.208.200
1970 57 13141005002000015.308.385.286
1971 51 18342012005000209.222.500.222
1972 54 20120000204000202.100.100.182
1973 60 24040002209100304.167.167.259
1974 41 14211003205000102.071.143.188
9 years 363 157122760115804310011136.172.229.216

League Championship Series Record
Year GABRH2B3BHRRBIBBIBBSOHBPSBCSSHSFTBAvg.Slg.OBP
1969 1 0000000000000000.000.000.000
1973 2 1000000001000000.000.000.000
2 years 3 1000000001000000.000.000.000

World Series Record
Year GABRH2B3BHRRBIBBIBBSOHBPSBCSSHSFTBAvg.Slg.OBP
1973 5 3110000001000101.333.333.333
1 year 5 3110000001000101.333.333.333

All-Star Game Record
Year GABRH2B3BHRRBIBBIBBSOHBPSBCSSHSFTBAvg.Slg.OBP
1972 1 0000000000000000.000.000.000
1 year 1 0000000000000000.000.000.000

1971 Tug McGraw
1971 Tug McGraw






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