May 7, 2001 His best years were as closer for the Texas Rangers in '85 & '86. Saw him a lot in Arlington. Don't remember him at all with the Mets.
Andy from Rego Park
January 29, 2002 Didn't do much as a Met. But while with the Rangers it was revealed that he was ambidexterous and could pitch with either hand. Now THAT's talent!
April 12, 2006 Yup. And he did so in 1995 as a member of the Montreal Expos. He pitched righty to Reggie Sanders, lefty to two other batters, and righty again to retire Bret Boone.
September 16, 2008 I liked him when he played in Lynchburg but evidently his teammates hated him so while he had a good ERA, they would intentionally lose.
October 9, 2008 Now now Spunky, we didn't really hate Greg, we just maybe didn't care a lot for him. I remember Jody Davis would always say when we got an early run when Greg was pitching, "OK, Harry, there's your run."
August 25, 2009 Maybe the only switch pitcher in MLB history. I also remember that one of the glove companies made him an ambidextrous glove that he could wear on either hand.