Jon Nunnally
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Jon Nunnally
Jon Nunnally
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 548 of 1043 players
Jonathan Keith Nunnally
Born: November 9, 1971 at Pelham, N.C.
Throws: Right Bats: Left
Height: 5.10 Weight: 190


First Mets game: March 29, 2000
Last Mets game: May 31, 2000

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June 8, 2001
Nunnally reminded me of Rich Becker. Supposedly a good fielding left handed hitting outfielder with some power. Not really. Nunnally struck out almost as much as Becker, too.

Rich M.
August 7, 2001
I was at a Portland Beavers (AAA for the Padres) game last week, and Nunnally was playing for the Omaha Golden Spikes (AAA for the Royals). Nunnally hit a towering homer, and a woman sitting next to me started cheering. I ask if she's a Royals fan, and she said she was Nunnally's girlfriend. I told her I was a Met fan and that I was sad to see him go a few years ago. I was being nice - the guy is not major league material. He is doing crap in AAA - hitting about .189. She said he was getting over a groin injury and was about to return to the majors. I think she's wishful in her thinking.

Pete Caldera as DB
June 9, 2002
Too bad this guy sucked by the time June rolled around. I really liked him. He had potential as a leadoff hitter and a center fielder.

June 20, 2003
I was at a Tacoma Rainiers game and Jon had the biggest smile on his face. Even though he's in the minors now, its good to see he's still enjoying the game. It's too bad St. Louis has all those great outfielders, I'd like to see him get another chance in the bigs.

Michael Nunnally
May 15, 2006
My uncle is one of the best outfielders that every played the game of baseball. Teams are just overlooking him. I love you uncle bookie. You still my best player in the game.

Larr S
August 29, 2007
I have had the pleasure of playing along beside this guy and have known him for years personally and professionally he is a great baseball player who has played through pain and injuries like no other. He has a wonderful family with a beautiul wife and kids. She has stood beside him and encouraged him since high school and believe me when I tell you that he adores her and lives and breathes for her and his family so anyone claiming to be his girlfriend is wishful thinking. He is a man of high morals and still loaded with talent. I would like to see him in the big leagues again, he's still got it. Good Luck man.

Dion Nunnally
December 25, 2007
My uncle is one of the greatest ball players that come to mind, and all these teams are missing out on his talent. But uncle bookie, let me tell you the only reason I started playing baseball was because of you. I wanted to be like you when it came to sports. So I can promise you this: when I get back from Iraq I'm going to train and train and we together are going to put our name on the MLB charts and do it big. We will be known to many 2nd to none but 1st to all, and the teams that didn't sign and the ones that let you go are going to feel sorry they let a great player like you go. I love you uncle bookie, and you're the best player in the game.

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