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Brad Clontz
Brad Clontz
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 535 of 981 players
Clontz
John Bradley Clontz
Born: April 25, 1971 at Stuart, Va.
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 6.01 Weight: 180

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First Mets game: June 5, 1998
Last Mets game: September 8, 1998





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murphy
Brad's greatest contribution to the Mets was a wild pitch to Piazza in Game 162 in '99. Prevented a monumental Mets collapse 2 years in a row. Another lousy submarine righthander in the tradition of Terry Leach and Jeff Innis. No more submariners, please!

Mr. Sparkle
January 19, 2002
He came and went so fast I would never remember any accomplishment as a Met. However I'll never forget that walk to put the Mets in the playoffs when he was a Pirate. I almost jumped through the ceiling. My 3 year old daughter was on my lap at the time and became my good luck charm. I had her sit there whenever we needed a clutch hit that year. She was there for Pratt's dinger against the d-backs too. Too bad it was past her bed time for game 6 against the Braves.

Phil
January 30, 2002
It was a wild pitch on the first pitch to Piazza with the bases loaded, not a walk.

Mr. Sparkle
February 1, 2002
You're right it was a wild pitch. How could I forget that??

Shari
May 17, 2002
I used to call him Brad "CLUTZ." Truly one of the Mets worst. We love those sucky side-armers like him and Toby Borland.

a mets fan
September 8, 2002
This guy was pathetic. If I remember correctly he once threw 2 wild pitches in a row in regular season game.He truly is a horrible pitcher.

Kiwiwriter
September 8, 2004
He rendered his greatest service to the New York Mets in the uniform of the Pittsburgh Pirates.

And he had the perfect name, too! It sounds like a pitch going "Clunk!" as it bounces off the backstop!

Thank you, Brad!









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