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Lee Guetterman
Lee Guetterman
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 455 of 982 players
Guetterman
Arthur Lee Guetterman
Born: November 22, 1958 at Chattanooga, Tenn.
Throws: Left Bats: Left
Height: 6.08 Weight: 230

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First Mets game: June 10, 1992
Last Mets game: September 28, 1992





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murphy
May 5, 2001
If you are left handed and have a pulse, you are probably a better pitcher than Guetterman was. Unless, of course, your name is Rich Rodriguez, Randy Niemann or Eric Hillman.

David Cobb
September 25, 2001
Lee Guetterman I never saw him pitch a single baseball, but I did see him get on his knees to tell a little child about Jesus Christ in Russia. He is a winner. Wait and see he will be in God's Roll.

Mr. Sparkle
April 18, 2002
Just the thought of Lee Gutterman makes me shiver. And to think they actually got him from the Yankees. Why? He sucked big time!

Larry Burns
June 13, 2002
We got Guetterman from the Yankees for Tim Burke. This is a trade? This is the equivalent of trading massive gunshot wounds for advanced heart failure---both suck. These two guys were hit more than the ducks in a carnival arcade shootout. I guess at some financial, metaphysical level this trade made sense to both teams. To the average fan this was trading garbage for trash---why bother?

Kiwiwriter
September 8, 2004
Tim Burke for Lee Guetterman -- I guess both teams figured they could finish last without the guy they were giving up.

It was a no-brainer because the guys who did the trade had no brains!

Pete
June 29, 2008
My only memory of Lee was from a Mets-Cubs broadcast on WGN when Harry Caray said "Guetterman backwards is Namretteug." I think Harry did that sort of thing to bring the Cubs luck. Considering the '92 Mets, it probably worked.









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