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Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 326 of 974 players
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Robert Alan Person
Born: October 6, 1969 at St. Louis, Mo.
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 6.00 Weight: 190

Robert Person was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on March 22, 2012.

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First Mets game: September 18, 1995
Last Mets game: September 28, 1996





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Sid Finch
Straight up for Olerud and Toronto paid Olerud's salary. Joe Mac's last big deal. Second only to the Neil Allen/Keith Hernandez trade as the best deal ever made by the Mets.

EG
March 17, 2001
Can't criticize the trade, but I really think he has the stuff to win 15 games. If only he can stay out of the nightclub brawls, he'll have the chance to start 35 games for the Phils.

Shannon
October 20, 2001
I like the Phillies so of course I like Robert.He has some fans near where he grew up.He signs autographs like crazy.He can have 20 family members with him after the games and he still is good to fans.

Ichiro51
June 6, 2002
Person is one of the nicest major leaguer you'll ever met, both class act on and off the field. Also a pretty decent hitter.

Jackie
March 14, 2003
My lasting memory of Robert Person is hands on hips with a disgusted look on his face after watching a home run go deep into the stands. All time bad attitude team.

Hank M
February 1, 2005
I saw him pitch in a game for the Binghamton Mets in 1994. He threw a complete game shutout for a 6-0 win over the Reading Phillies. In the two times that I've met him since then, I mentioned this particular game to him. Each time, he said, with a smile, that he remembered it well.

That '94 Binghamton team won the Eastern League championship. The team featured a couple of infielders named Rey Ordonez and Edgardo Alfonzo, but was led by a solid pitching staff that included Robert Person. The guys on this B-Mets team were thought to be a group that would make the parent club in Queens a winner again. Unfortunately, it didn't work out that way.

gsparaco
May 28, 2007
I remember sitting behind home plate for his only start in 1995, the first game of a double header on September 27th where the Mets swept the Reds. He pitched seven innings and won the game. But what I most remember was, when he threw his warm up pitches, he threw HARD. He shook the entire stadium.









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