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Yorkis Perez
Yorkis Perez
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 558 of 981 players
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Yorkis Miguel Perez
Born: September 30, 1967 at Bajos de Haina, Dominican Republic
Throws: Left Bats: Both
Height: 6.00 Weight: 180

Yorkis Perez was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on January 8, 2011.

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First Mets game: April 1, 1997
Last Mets game: September 17, 1997





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harvey k
January 31, 2002
this guy was as bad as it gets.he teamed with barry manuel in the beginning of 1997 to form a lefty/righty tandem that could not get out a blind double amputee.

Gregory Gewirtz
January 28, 2003
Back in 1997, when McIlvaine tried to prop up the bullpen through the waiver wire, Perez opened the season as our second lefty, along with Ricardo Jordan.

Opening Day 1997, in San Diego, Perez was the losing, but most effective pitcher, in the sixth inning, when the Padres scored 11 runs off us on back-to-back-to- back homers off Harnisch (Gomez, Henderson, Veras,) and scored several more off walks by Toby Borland and crew.

Perez relieved just as Veras's ball was clearing the wall, gave up a few baserunners, and was the losing pitcher.

He went on the DL shortly thereafter until August for God knows what, and did nothing upon his return.

Joe P.
September 24, 2004
The only thing positive about his Met tenure is to hear Steve Sommers on WFAN say his name with great sarcasm.

Mitch45
September 27, 2010
I put Yorkie in the same group as Toby Borland, Barry Manuel and Ricardo Jordan, all of whom became Mets during one of Fred Wilpon's periods of cheapness, when the Mets tried to fill their roster needs by using the waiver wire and low level trades. Thankfully, Bobby V saw how useless these guys were and they were gone in short order.









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