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Pat Howell
Pat Howell
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 694 of 984 players
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Patrick O'Neal Howell
Born: August 31, 1968 at Mobile, Ala.
Throws: Right Bats: Both
Height: 5.11 Weight: 155

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First Mets game: July 10, 1992
Last Mets game: October 4, 1992





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Eric
As I recall, an outstanding defensive player. I believe he's now in the minors.

Bob Hackett
Pat is still hanging on in the independent Atlantic League.

VIBaseball
June 22, 2001
That's what I recall too, Eric--Pat made one of the best catches I ever saw by a Mets CF short of Tommie Agee in the '69 Series. He sprinted from far left center to the gap in right, climbed the wall, and hauled the ball in. He just couldn't hit.

Jay
June 23, 2001
Does anyone remember the last game of 1992, Pat was injured running into the Wall (the only reason I know is because I have pics) but my friend with the same last name as John Valetin said, he was also there and that he toe up his knee. I doubted him but it turned out to be true

Also Barry Bonds' last game as a Pirate

pete febbraro
September 29, 2001
i recall one game when pat howell made what I still consider to be among the greatest catches in baseball..it was at Shea and hea ran back to the centerfield wall and with his back to the plate ran up the wall and made a hell of a grab...

Vince
June 12, 2004
Pat remains to this day a true ambassador of baseball. It is true that he still plays in the minors with the Nashua Pride but he is also a first base coach. His love of the game is infectious and he always has time for charity work and to acknowledge the fans. There should be more like him in MLB today!

Burn the Black
July 18, 2011
Pat was an outstanding defensive player. If my memory serves me correctly, I believe he made two great catches in one week that were ranked #1 and #2 on a list of the Top 5 Plays on "This Week in Baseball". Good glove man. I just wish he was a better hitter.









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