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Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 204 of 974 players
Alomar
Santos Alomar
Born: October 19, 1943 at Salinas, P.R.
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 5.09 Weight: 162

Sandy Alomar was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on May 15, 2010, and January 27, 2014.

ss 3b 2b
Non-playing roles with Mets
  • Bench Coach 2005
  • First Base Coach 2006
  • Third Base Coach 2007 - 2008
  • Bench Coach 2008 - 2009

First Mets game: April 13, 1967
Last Mets game: May 12, 1967

Father of Roberto Alomar
Father of Sandy Alomar





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HERE IS WHAT OTHER METS FANS HAVE TO SAY:

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I wonder why this guy never got a hit as a Met. While J.C. Martin was certainly a handy guy to have around especially in the 1969 World Series, you have to wonder what the Mets might have done had Alomar become the steady second baseman for the Mets rather than in the AL. He was certainly better than Ken Boswell, and the Mets might not have had to trade for Felix Millan. Good genes too.

Shickhaus Frank
June 23, 2003
Good with other clubs, sucked as a Met, just like Roberto. Like father, like son.

Joe Figliola
July 3, 2003
He probably put in a better effort going oh-for-22 than his son did in a year-plus with the Mets.

David
December 3, 2004
Sandy's the new Mets bench coach he has plenty of experience, and is very well respected. Hopefully he'll help Willie out.

Jonathan Stern
June 13, 2005
OHMIGOD! He went 0 for 22 as a Mets player. Playing poorly for the Mets must run in the family. However, if he helps Willie and the Mets win, I'll cheerfully forget his son's non-performance.

Jerry L. Pace
August 27, 2005
I'll say this much, 15 games do not make a career. Remember, up to this point, Sandy was strictly a right-handed hitter. If you want to know something, check out his record at Jacksonville that year. Sandy started his career at the tender age of 17 years old. He played part of one season with his older brother, Demetrio. Sandy played for 18 pro years.

JFK
September 6, 2006
Does anyone know why he was replaced as bench coach in 2006?

DanMan Mets Fan 69 86
March 16, 2007
0-for-22 as a player, great first base coach. That's why Reyes led the Majors in SB & 3B. Good as bench coach, and I hope he will be good as a 3b coach. Signing his son Roberto was a ok move, and ditto for signing Sandy Jr.

KingmanHomerun
May 19, 2009
Word has it that he was considered to be the next manager if Jerry Manuel didn't work out the contract this past offseason. Omar considers Alomar Sr. to be the Felipe Alou of the Mets.









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