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Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 829 of 975 players
Francoeur
Jeffrey Braden Francoeur
Born: January 8, 1984 at Atlanta, Ga.
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 6.04 Weight: 220

Jeff Francoeur was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on September 1, 2010, and September 13, 2012.

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First Mets game: July 11, 2009
Last Mets game: August 31, 2010





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Anthony R
July 13, 2009
A trade just to make a trade? Possibly. Ryan Church wanted out, and the Manuel/Minaya team wanted him out too. Jeff could be a sparkplug that gets what is left of our decimated team going until the end.

armando looper
August 5, 2009
First post in a while. The Mets are on a five game winning streak right now, and I feel like it goes back directly to Jeff. He has been a revelation since coming over. I never could stand him as a Brave, but I realized his talent. He's been hitting extremely well so far, and I only hope it continues. He has the right attitude and is the best right fielder the Mets have had since Darryl.

Mook
November 30, 2009
OK, Omar did something right. Jeff could be a long-time fixture here. If the Mets start winning and he puts up numbers he could become the a Met version of Paul O'Neill. Played very well this year and is the type of hard-nosed player that has been lacking. We will see...

LET GO METS
August 9, 2010
Does this guy no what a strike zone is? Seriously, you could throw the ball in the dirt 3 times and he would swing at all 3 of them.

John O'Hare
September 1, 2010
Good luck Frenchy. We'll miss your arm in RF. Get your stroke back in Texas. BTW, if Jeter tries to go first to third on ya, nail his ass.

Tom B.
September 1, 2010
Sorry to see Jeff traded although it is completely understandable; he consistently shows poor discipline at the plate and has had numerous long slumps at the plate this year. On the up side he is a very likeable what-you-see-is-what-you-get type of guy so often missing in today's Mets clubhouse. I guess his 9th inning game winning home run off Billy Wagner in Atlanta this July will be his Met career highlight. Good luck, Jeff

Shickhaus Franks
September 1, 2010
I don't like the fact that Jeff got traded but let's just hope that he helps the Rangers to their first World Series ever and it would even be better if he helps defeat those evil bums from the Bronx along the way!

Jonathan Stern
June 29, 2011
He always looked like he was smiling. Except for the time he hit into the second game-ending triple play in MLB history. He definitely wasn't smiling after that one.

I was sorry that his Texas Rangers lost the 2010 World Series, not that I had that passionate a rooting interest in it, of course.

Jonathan Stern
February 13, 2012
I guess I should add that it was an UNASSISTED, game-ending triple play that Francoeur hit into. Again, only the second one in MLB history. Unfortunately, it came against the Phillies.

Shickhaus Franks
June 30, 2013
Bad news for Mets fans hoping to see Frenchy play at Citi Field on August 2-4, he's been designated for assignment by the Royals.









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