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Alejandro Peņa
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Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 348 of 974 players
Peņa
Alejandro Peņa
Born: June 25, 1959 at Cambiaso, Dominican Republic
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 6.01 Weight: 212

Alejandro Peņa was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on June 9, 2011.

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First Mets game: April 9, 1990
Last Mets game: August 26, 1991





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HERE IS WHAT OTHER METS FANS HAVE TO SAY:

murphy
The slowest moving pitcher of all time. How fast did the balls fly out of the park after a hitter got a piece of that flat, fat fastball of his?

murphy
June 8, 2001
I read in a Peter Gammons column the other day that the Pirates almost traded Barry Bonds to the Braves in 1992 for Alejandro Pena and Keith Mitchell until Jim Leyland got involved and killed it.

Thank god that didn't happen.

Grover
January 6, 2002
He was a really good set up man for a while. Helped them win a lot of games.

Mr. Sparkle
January 14, 2003
He was real solid for the first half season he was here. Then he sucked for a year an a half. I don't know what happened to him. He was pretty decent after he left too.

Pete
January 27, 2003
I remember Pena being the only Met pitcher to rival Doug Sisk in terms of how many times he broke my heart by blowing a save. Like Sisk, he would have a good outing when it didn't matter and then as a result, he'd get an important late game opportunity (which he could be absolutely counted on to blow). He LOVED to hang the curve ball. When he was traded, I was ecstatic and even though he had a great year with the Braves, like clockwork he lost game 7 of the World Series. I can't say I miss the guy.

Jonathan Stern
July 1, 2004
My family used to call him "Stomach" Pena.

Mets fan 6973
July 13, 2004
Me and my friends used to call him Alejandro Petro. Always putting fuel on the fire.









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