Mike Remlinger
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Mike Remlinger
Mike Remlinger
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 452 of 1043 players
Michael John Remlinger
Born: March 23, 1966 at Middletown, N.Y.
Throws: Left Bats: Left
Height: 6.00 Weight: 195

Mike Remlinger was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on March 23, 2012.


First Mets game: June 16, 1994
Last Mets game: May 7, 1995

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June 27, 2001
Remlinger is living proof that lefties can take forever to develop. He was absolutely brutal as a Met. I never thought he would develop into any kind of major league pitcher. Last night I watched him blow the Phillies away, consistently hitting 93 and 94 on the radar gun. I just shook my head. Where did it come from? His development is a major reason I don't want the Mets to give up on Glendon Rusch too soon. Rusch reminds me a lot of Remlinger and Pete Schourek, lefties that developed after they were sent away.

a mets fan
April 3, 2002
He was a good clubhouse guy that got along well with his teammates and fans. I remember a game vs. the Phillies in 1994 where he was signing kid's autographs. Now as a Brave I think he is just a little bit better then he was with us.

flushing flash
June 28, 2002
I kinda hate Mike Remlinger. As the stats above tell you, he sucked as a Met. When the "Pitchers records vs. Mets" section of this site is complete, it will tell you the story of the other side of the coin: how dominating Remlinger has been with the Braves. I don't think the Mets have ever gotten a hit, let alone a run off him in about twenty appearances. I hate you, Mike Remlinger.

Mr. Sparkle
July 8, 2002
Thanks to Joe Torre it's now chic' to put set up men on the all star roster. That's a joke. Why not have a spot for best back up catcher while you are at it? Remlinger has had a very good year as a set up man but set up men a) aren't good enough to be starters, and b) not good enough to be closers. So Torre starts a trend by taking Stanton last year and now a guy like Remlinger makes the all star team over all those starters and closers. What's next, best utility guy makes the team? Remlinger is good at what he does but so are Joe McEwing and Vance Wilson. I don't think he deserves to be there.

September 12, 2004
Ah, my memory of him is serving up the game-winning walk-off home run in Game 3 of the 1999 World Series to Chad Curtis. I was there, and still have the ticket and scorebook to prove it. What a game!

Jonathan Stern
March 23, 2005
I have never seen a ballplayer go gray as quickly as Mike Remlinger. One day he's a kid, the next day a crusty old veteran. However, there's been no need to walk around with an "Is Mike Remlinger over the hill?" banner. He became a good reliever - after leaving the Mets, of course - and is still in demand today.

Mr. Sparkle
May 10, 2006
The Mets can't hit this guy at all. The Braves have a weak bullpen but when Remlinger comes in, forget about it. They can't hit the guy. Not a bad pitcher, but not as good normally as he pitches against the Mets.

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