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Jorge Fabregas
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Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 556 of 974 players
Fabregas
Jorge Fabregas
Born: March 13, 1970 at Miami, Fla.
Throws: Right Bats: Left
Height: 6.03 Weight: 205

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First Mets game: August 2, 1998
Last Mets game: September 23, 1998





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Mr. Sparkle
January 17, 2001
This is one of those guys that Steve Phillips traded for just for the hell of it. He added nothing to the team, played in only 20 games and then was gone. Why even bother? A big Zip!

murphy
May 2, 2001
Phillips brought in Fabregas in the Bernard Gilkey trade to be the backup to Piazza so Todd Hundley could play left field. Boy, that didn't work. Unfortunately, Chuck and Duck Knoblauch can actually play the outfield. I really wanted to bust on my Yankee friends and argue who was the worst outfielder. I feel cheated.

Al
November 24, 2001
Does anyone know how to pronounce this guy's name? I remember Bud Selig pronouncing it as GEORGE FA-BRAY- GAS when he was picked by the Marlins in the draft. No matter how you say it, the guy still stinks on ice.

revolve
February 7, 2002
Jorge Fiberglass...what an awful hitter, not to mention catcher. I'm hard pressed to think of another Met I've had less hope of seeing get a hit than Jorge.

Joe Rosenthal
April 10, 2003
I saw him strikeout on three pitches against the Cardinals and boy did he look feeble. I call him Jorge Flabbergast because he had no clue at the plate

jj
June 19, 2003
Hit a home run in his first at bat with the Mets against the Cards in a great extra inning game.

Shari
June 23, 2003
His last name always reminded me of flatulence-and with good reason - HE STUNK!

Eric
April 27, 2007
This guy was my example (poster boy) of how the salary structure (and worth) for baseball players when compared with the rest of society is so out of wack. Think of doctors who research cures for incurable diseases, astronauts who explore new worlds, environmentalists who attempt to save our world, and then this untalented ballplayer who couldn't reach the Mendoza line in batting and was completely worthless to the Mets cause---he earned $1,000,000 plus that year under contract in Arizona before the trade to the Mets.









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