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Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 780 of 954 players
Born: June 18, 1975 at Barahona, Dominican Republic
Throws: Left Bats: Left
Height: 6.00 Weight: 180
First Mets game:
April 7, 2005
Last Mets game:
April 18, 2005
Share your memories of Felix Heredia
HERE IS WHAT OTHER METS FANS HAVE TO SAY:
October 28, 2005 He's terrible, he's a Yankees castoff, he was out for all of last season, and he just tested positive for steroids. What a bum. He's done for.
November 1, 2006 The funny thing about the Heredia for Stanton trade is the Mets got the better of the deal because Heredia hurt his arm and went on the disabled list. I remember while he was piching the ball went about 20 feet over the catcher's head and the trainer examined him and that was his life as a Met. It was one of those trades that I think everybody knew he was going to stink up the team. While I think it's inhumane to root for a guy to get injured it definitely helped the team to be rid of him.
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