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Brent Mayne
Brent Mayne
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 562 of 1043 players
Brent Danem Mayne
Born: April 19, 1968 at Loma Linda, Cal.
Throws: Right Bats: Left
Height: 6.01 Weight: 190

Brent Mayne was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on February 10, 2013.


First Mets game: April 3, 1996
Last Mets game: September 14, 1996

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March 18, 2001
At least he got a win pitching for Colorado last year.

June 8, 2001
Mayne was a cry baby. He thought he was too good to be backing up Hundley and wanted to start more. Never mind that Hundley was setting the record for most HRs in a season by a catcher...

Andrew R
January 30, 2002
Brent Mayne was a solid catcher for the Giants, after the beautiful years of Kurt Manwaring. Where did he go? Oh well, after Mayne was Bobby Estelella and Brian Johnson, and then we went on to Scott Servais and Benito Santiago, with Edwards Guzman as the backup.

July 24, 2002
During Mayne's stay, an article ran in the Daily News about how he liked to take the 7 train to Shea and was never recognized. This was before the 7 was notorious or even all that talked about (John Olerud got more attention later on for riding the rails). Anyway, my wife was quite impressed that a new player embraced New York that much. Though she's not a hardcore fan, she always remembers that Brent Mayne took the subway to the game. Watching an interleague game against Kansas City this year, I think I said something disparaging about him, and she said, "but he took the subway to Shea."

He should also be remembered fondly for being the winning pitcher for the Rockies against the Braves in a wacky Superstation game in 2000.

Gregory Gewirtz
April 5, 2003
Wasn't Mayne on the roster in 1996, but with a shoulder injury for awhile because the Mets doctor was away for an extended time? Does this scenario sound familiar?

July 28, 2006
I was at the 3rd game of the season in '97, I believe, where Mayne hit a walk-off single off Dennis Eckersley and the Cards. Afterwards, I got the ball that Mayne hit. I was very excited.

Ed K
August 23, 2006
Mayne's pitching victory on 8-22-00 over the Braves when the Rockies ran out of pitchers was a big help to the Mets at the time. The Mets had lost 16-1 in San Diego that night but kept within 2.5 games of the Braves in the standings because of Mayne. The Mets caught the Braves in the standings by the end of the August but ended up losing first place by a game.

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