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Aaron Sele
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 818 of 984 players
Sele
Aaron Helmer Sele
Born: June 25, 1970 at Golden Valley, Minn.
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 6.05 Weight: 205

Aaron Sele was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on December 12, 2014.

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First Mets game: April 4, 2007
Last Mets game: September 25, 2007





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Jamey Bumbalo
August 2, 2007
I guess it was worth it to give him a chance, but he hasn't done much at all. He's nothing more than a warm body and a mop-up man.

Ken
September 23, 2007
Sept. 23...biggest game of the year...bullpen implodes once again and it's up to Aaron Sele, our worst pitcher. And wouldn't you know it, he gets the two biggest outs of our seasons and sets it up perfectly for Scott Schoeneweis (of all people).

I don't care what they paid him this year. I don't care how much he sucked all year. It was all worth it for those two big outs. Thank you Aaron. Thank you for helping to try and save the season.

Ed K
September 26, 2007
It has been disappointing that Willie Randolph did not give him more of a shot to be a true long reliever as Darren Oliver was in 2006. Aaron Sele has only gotten to pitch as much as three innings in three games this year, and did pretty good on those occasions. If he had had more of a Darren Oliver-type role, the rest of the Mets bullpen might be less tired than they are right now.

agee_of_aquarius
October 20, 2007
He needs to develop a third pitch, because "line- drive single to right" and "laser beam into the second deck" aren't working.

Anonymous McGee
February 23, 2008
Sele was about as washed up as any Met I've ever seen. His best pitch was his curveball, which he simply refused to throw.

His worst performance was easily in Milwaukee last season. After giving up two home run distance foul balls to Prince Fielder, he gave up a walk off home run to Geoff Jenkins, the next batter.

He was just outmatched the whole season, his best bet would be to retire, as he should have done in 2006.

Seth
January 23, 2013
For whatever reason, I always liked this guy as a Met. Which is why I was happy when he, of all people, got an HOF vote. It would've been funny if he could've gone in as a Met, but even so, I will always have fond memories of Aaron Sele.









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