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Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 476 of 981 players
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Barry Louis Jones
Born: February 15, 1963 at Centerville, Ind.
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 6.04 Weight: 225

Barry Jones was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on December 18, 2006.

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First Mets game: August 18, 1992
Last Mets game: October 2, 1992





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Jay
July 22, 2001
You wanna know what he is up to doing Now he is laying Concrete down, He helped finish laying the Concrete down for PNC Park in Pittsburgh

Josh
August 17, 2001
A great guy (knew him when he played in the Cape League). Was the set up guy for Bobby Thigpen when Thigpen had his record-breaking save season for White Sox.

Andy from Rego Park
March 12, 2002
One of Jeff Torborg's boys... imported from the ChiSox. A prime example of how the Torborg-era Mets were striving for mediocrity... and not succeeding.

Jonathan Stern
October 2, 2005
As a member of Jeff Torborg's Chisox, Jones was the winning pitcher in my all-time favorite Yankees game: Andy Hawkins's losing no-hitter, July 1, 1990 (White Sox 4, Yankees 0). Other interesting characters who played in that game: Robin Ventura, Jim Leyritz (dropped Ventura's fly ball), Dave Gallagher, Sammy Sosa, Don Mattingly, Alvaro Espinosa, Steve "Psycho" Lyons, Ozzie Guillen, and Steve Balboni, among others. Buck Showalter was Stump Merrills' bench coach. Carlton Fisk was benched in favor of Ron Karkovice. Newly-hired Bulls' coach Phil Jackson was in the stands. Tom Seaver was in the Yankees' broadcast booth. The game took place on the 80th anniversary of the first game ever at old Comiskey Park. I could go on and on.









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