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Scott Schoeneweis
Scott Schoeneweis
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 773 of 1043 players
Scott David Schoeneweis
Born: October 2, 1973 at Long Branch, N.J.
Throws: Left Bats: Left
Height: 6.00 Weight: 186

Scott Schoeneweis was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on August 26, 2011.


First Mets game: April 3, 2007
Last Mets game: September 28, 2008

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Mr. Sparkle
May 24, 2007
This guy blows. I have seen nothing from him that I like. After passing on 3 years for Chad Bradford because, despite Bradford's great year last year, relievers can't be relied upon to sign long term contracts, they sign this clown to the same 3 years for more money. I didn't understand it then and I definitely do not understand it now. He better turn it around quickly because he is a horror show coming into the game. I'd rather see Doug Sisk come into a game.

June 12, 2007
Scott Schoeneweis 1973 baseball card
Rich Rodriguez's long lost Hebrew-twin.

Awful does not define this man's Met career so far. Any worse, and I'm writing an open letter to the Mets to audition for his spot.

I'm lefty, and am fully capable of being teed off on. Who knows, I could surprise...and will work for the league minimum, as opposed to his 3-year $10.8MM contract.

What a joke.

June 12, 2007
Top of the 9th, Billy Wagner blows the save. Top of the 10th, in come this dude. Everyone in my section groans and empties Shea Stadium; they knew what was gonna happen. Final score: Phillies 6 Mets 3.

Mr. Met
June 26, 2007
Just gave up the first home run of Brendan Ryan's career. He had only six home runs in 4 years in the minors. Turns out its a game winner in a backbraker of a loss. Omar Minaya's worst move.

Jamey Bumbalo
August 5, 2007
I was skeptical about signing him from the start, and he's done nothing to change my mind. What a bad acquisition and what a bad season! Dump him.

August 28, 2007
I'm glad I never see him trot in from the bullpen anymore. It seems that he hasn't pitched in ages; he's only in for mop up duty now.

It seems that Willie finally got the picture after he'd get booed off the field after blowing a lead.

April 9, 2008
The nightmare of 2007 continues!!! Doug Sisk's lefty little brother continues to amaze.

armando looper
June 7, 2008
Has pitched significantly better in 2008. Understand that he played last year with a difficult injury which hindered command. Stand up guy who helps the team in my opinion.

Jack Montgomery
October 1, 2008
How ironic that your last pitch as a Met landed 400 feet into the left field stands. Scott had good numbers against lefties but in a big spot count on him to choke. I understand Scott was having a lot of family issues off the field and wish him the best but he was just not cut out for New York.

Paul Zibben
December 18, 2008
Despite the acquisitions of K-Rod and Putz, Minaya's greatest accomplishment at the winter meetings may have been getting a warm body in exchange for this guy. I would've settled for a bag of balls and two peanut vendors to be named later.

Johnny D.
April 9, 2010
Terrible coda to the Schoenweiss Saga: His wife was found dead at his home last year. An autopsy revealed OD of cocaine. From what I read he was REALLY shaken up (naturally!) Lousy pitcher, but no one should have to go through that. Peace Scott!

Mets fan
January 16, 2011
will forever be known as the last losing pitcher at Shea

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