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Chuck Carr
Chuck Carr
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 379 of 981 players
Carr
Charles Lee Glenn Carr
Born: August 10, 1967 at San Bernardino, Cal.
Throws: Right Bats: Both
Height: 5.10 Weight: 155

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First Mets game: April 28, 1990
Last Mets game: September 26, 1991





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Eric B
Chuck is playing (as of 2000) for the newly formed Long Island Ducks, an independent baseball team in New York. www.liducks.com

murphy
May 7, 2001
Chucky was a major league hot dog for the Marlins. They were terrible, but he was entertaining.

Shannon
October 20, 2001
This guy was great about being fan friendly.He would spend lots of time giving autographs.He was oe of my fave Met's and fave Marlin's.

Mario
April 15, 2002
Chuck will play in Italy in 2002 for a top European team, the Rimini Pirates

Rafael Martinez
July 30, 2002
I was a big Chuck Carr fan back in the day. I have recently come back to baseball, after 94 strike. I can hardly watch baseball without a favorite player because it is rare that I have a favorite team any more. I feel lucky to have seen what can be done so well by Chuck Carr in center field and I'm sad that I can't see him play any more. In my book you're still the best, Chuck.

Shaky
November 7, 2002
My son is on Chuck's Pop-Warner team in Arizona. The way it looks right now you will be seeing his kid play ball in about ten years or so.

FRED of Nyack
March 18, 2003
I was at the World Series game where Tommie Agee made the catches and of course have seen it many, many times on tape. Shinjo has made some marvelous catches (though I do think he sometimes misjudges the ball), and I have seen Mookie and Dykstra make many athletic plays. THE greatest play I have ever seen a Mets centerfielder make was by this guy. Sort of like the Willie Mays catch and one Shinjo made but sliding and hitting the wall when he reached the ball.

Bill W
June 5, 2003
Chuck is now playing (June 03) in Bisbee Az, for the Bisbee Copper Kings in a US/Mexico Semi-Pro league.

Big E
January 21, 2004
The Mets have had a few of these guys over the years -- fast as hell, but can't hit. Esix Snead is a more contemporary version.

VIBaseball
August 24, 2006
One of the game's great quotes came from Mr. Carr when he was with Milwaukee in 1997.

May 16: Carr (batting a robust .130 at the time) gets the take sign with the count in his favor. Instead, he pops up. His response later -- "That ain't Chuckie's game. Chuckie hacks on 2 and 0!"

May 20: Brewers grant Chuckie free agency.

Jerry
July 21, 2007
I loved watching Chuck play when he was on the Marlins. He loved the game and the fans. He had the wickedest drag bunt that was very successful. When he reached first, he was so fast that you'd know the steal was coming and you flaunted that fact against the battery. Thanks for the memories Chuck, I still have his autographed Photo-ball in my trophy case.

Mr.April 2000
August 14, 2007
Went to go see the Tides in Syracuse around '92. He was hitting on my Dad's girlfriend big time. Nonetheless a class act and I always rooted for him. I had a soft spot for those Tides!

Julie
August 14, 2007
Chuck was on a little league team called the Bears with my younger brother in Fontana, CA years ago. I think they were around 12 years old at the time. Believe it or not, Chuckie was SHY!!!! He rarely ever said much at all. His dad was at every single game and was equally quiet. Chuckie was so little, too! Amazing how they change......

Aaron
February 3, 2008
I knew him in his days of living in Tucson, AZ. I hung out at his house, played RBI on Nintendo, and waited for his wife or girlfriend to come home and bring me laffy taffy haha! I was just thinking about him for some strange reason. He was very well respected and I never even saw him as a "ball player."

Gloria
March 27, 2008
Chuckie was our neighbor in Mesa, AZ and was very friendly and respectful. He and my husband could talk baseball hours on end and Chuckie used to get a kick out of hearing how baseball was "in the olden times." I wish him all good luck in whatever he does.

TYLER
October 1, 2008
Chuck Carr: What a Great Guy! One of the best memories of all was Chuck taking time out and walking the kids down to the baseball field and playing ball in Mesa. Does anyone know what happened to Chuck? Last notes I see are 2003. Anything recent? 2007? 2008?

DailySkew
December 20, 2008
Truly an electrifying underdog. Great Marlin. Couldn't hit a lick, though.

Aaron G.
November 25, 2010
You know, this fellow lived in Tucson at one point when I was a kid. I used to hang out at his place playing RBI on Nintendo. I was a huge baseball fan then, but I never looked at him as a baseball player. He was an extremely kind and kid friendly individual. His girlfriend/wife would bring me back Laffy Taffy, etc.

I never asked for an autograph or proof or anything that I would hang out there. He is/was a stand up guy. This was back in the eighties. Hell, I don't even remember what team he was playing with when he showed me his baseball card. Hah!

Just decided to look him up today and see what he has been up to these last couple of decades.









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