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Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 691 of 984 players
Darensbourg
Victor Anthony Darensbourg
Born: November 13, 1970 at Los Angeles, Cal.
Throws: Left Bats: Left
Height: 5.10 Weight: 180

Vic Darensbourg was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on January 12, 2009, and February 16, 2013.

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First Mets game: September 4, 2004
Last Mets game: September 21, 2004





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VIBaseball
October 10, 2004
A few weeks ago I saw an odd slop-throwing lefty silhouette on my screen. I then took a closer look at the unusual number of letters on the back of the uniform. I hadn't actually seen Vic in person before, only his name in Marlins box scores.

OK, I've seen enough. Now who's next to give another chance to a southpaw who can still faintly fog up a mirror?

Mets2Moon
October 10, 2004
It is amusing to watch Darensbourg pitch for one reason: He is about 5'9", built small and his last name is so long that the letters simply do not fit across the back of his jersey. The 'D' and the 'G' have disappeared under the man's armpits. Amusing sight. Was like that when he was on the Marlins as well.

David
October 18, 2004
If there's a worse lefty reliever than Franco it's this guy. The guy threw batting practice everytime he pitched. Too ugly for words when he came in.

Shari
October 20, 2004
I used to get really excited when the Marlins used to bring him into the game, I knew the Mets hitters would crush him, so of course they end up getting this useless piece of trash. What a waste of material giving him a uniform. Obtaining him is a typical Mets move.

Keith Meyer
May 24, 2006
Had the pleasure of seeing Vic pitch for the IL Champ Mud Hens last season. Went practically the whole year without giving up a run until he was called up by the Tigers.









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