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Al Pedrique
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 632 of 981 players
Pedrique
Alfredo Josť Pedrique
Born: August 11, 1960 at Valencia, Venezuela
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 6.00 Weight: 155

Al Pedrique was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on July 2, 2004, and July 3, 2004.

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First Mets game: April 14, 1987
Last Mets game: May 2, 1987





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Nancy
May 10, 2002
One of the funniest things I can remember about Al, was the time a bunch of us went to a Mexican Restaurant for his birthday when he was playing for the Tides. I have a picture of Angel Salazar sitting next to Al who was wearing a HUGE sombrero while the waiters and waitresses sang happy birthday to him. He was upset that he didn't get to keep the sombrero!

VIBaseball
September 24, 2004
Now the Diamondbacks manager. A buddy of mine dubbed him "Awesome Al." I seem to recall McCarver making one of his silly jokes about Al's last name rhyming with Fred Manrique.

Believer
October 4, 2004
Another member of the "Can you remember when I was a Met" club. He was a marginal prospect who was with the Mets for a couple of weeks and was then traded for the then useless Bill Almon.

Tom Shannon
March 15, 2005
He was a 1988 Topps All-Star Rookie, with a little trophy. Ironically, the photo on the card was taken at Shea once he was already on the Pirates.

Aimee
July 11, 2005
I met Al in 1985 when he was playing for the Tides in Norfolk, VA and I was an usherette at the ball park. He has to be one of the all time nicest guys in baseball. I was with the group mentioned previously by Nancy at the Mexican restaurant that night when we celebrated his birthday. I'm glad to hear that Al has had a successful career as a minor league manager and major league coach. I wish him all the best.

Trina
July 21, 2007
I knew Al in Jackson in '81-'83. He is one of the nicest people I ever met. My family had him over to dinner several times as I was friends with his girlfriend at the time. You'll never find a better guy.









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