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Ray Searage
Ray Searage
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 474 of 1043 players
Raymond Mark Searage
Born: May 1, 1955 at Freeport, N.Y.
Throws: Left Bats: Left
Height: 6.01 Weight: 180

Ray Searage was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on January 8, 2005.


First Mets game: June 11, 1981
Last Mets game: October 3, 1981

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August 19, 2001
Man, this guy had a 1.000 winning pct as a pitcher and a 1.000 BA, why did we let him go, oh wait I know. The Mets were always party boys and when Doc and Straw were in the minors, they called up and said, "im not coming to the majors and going partying with this ugly mofo, trade him"

nice guy though

Mr. Sparkle
August 26, 2001
One of the 5 players to have a career 1.000 batting average, 1-1. Way to go Ray!!!!

Joe Figliola
September 14, 2001
If you read the comments in the all-time Met roster portion of this site, you likely would've come across a few remarks from me concerning Mets pitchers as hitters. It's always exciting to see (and, in my case, score) the number nine guy slapping a double in the gap to drive in two runs or coming in to score from first on a clutch long hit by the leadoff man.

Unfortunately, I never scored Ray's hit. Nevertheless, to have a guy with a lifetime Met average of 1.000 and an Amazin's winning percentage of 1.000 is kinda special, whether you inked it on paper or not.

I just wished the Topps baseball card company could've replaced the 1982 portrait shot on Ray's card with one of him swinging the stick. How cool would that have been?

Love those hitting pitchers.

November 6, 2001
When entering a game,a friend of mine."Putt" said "Here comes Ray Sewage".I laughed for 2 weeks.

flushing flash
January 20, 2002
If I recall, the 1980 yearbook says that the Mets acquired Ray Searage from the Cubs in a minor-league deal for catcher Jody Davis. Here's a trade I wish the Mets had never made. On the other hand, had they kept Jody Davis, we in all likelihhod would have never enjoyed having Gary Carter on our team.

August 12, 2004
The poor guy pitched for the Mets when they stank, so he was shipped to the Cleveland Indians, when they stank -- in Municipal Stadium.

Naturally, we called him "Raw Sewage," and so did the Cleveland fans -- I mean fan (at the time).

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