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Pedro Beato
Pedro Beato
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 914 of 981 players
Beato
Pedro Beato
Born: October 27, 1986 at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 6.06 Weight: 230

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First Mets game: April 1, 2011
Last Mets game: July 23, 2012





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Frank B
April 25, 2011
He throws strikes (so far) and throws hard. Has a good slider (unlike Parnell). Jury is still out on him but could be a steal for once.

Quality Met
May 2, 2011
I noticed that Pedro has something in common with his teammate, Jonathon Niese. Both were born on the same day that the Mets won their last World Championship. Could this be a sign of good things to come for the orange and blue? I sure hope so.

Good luck, Pedro.

murphy
August 21, 2012
After watching his absolutely putrid display in the 10th inning against the Nationals in July, I hoped to never ever see Beato in a Mets uniform again. Looks like my wish came true. The Red Sox actually agreed to take this guy?

With the Madoff Trustee's lawsuit hanging over their heads, the Mets decided to go as cheap as humanly possible to fill out their roster last year by drafting Beato and Brad Emaus in the Rule 5 draft. Would the Mets please stop acquiring players via Rule 5? Please? Much like their record with signing players from Asia, the Mets' history of Rule 5 draftees is dismal beyond belief.

Mr. Sparkle
August 28, 2012
The guy had one bad outing this year and is demoted, and then traded. He was very good for most of 2011, faded a little but I thought was one of the more promising arms in the bullpen. Half way through 2011 they were talking about him as a possible closer and then they don't give him much of a chance in 2012 only to dump him after one bad outing. I don't get it. I expect him to do quite well in Boston.

Hebner's Shovel
September 4, 2012
I remember that "one bad outing" the previous poster referred to quite well, as I was watching the game. It was July 17th at Washington, and Beato came in the game in the 10th inning and promptly served up a Walk-off Wild-Pitch. Final: Nats 5, Mets 4. And then he blamed it on his catcher. Nice. This was the game that Valdespin hit a 3-run pinch HR off Clippard in the 9th, all for naught. What I remember most about this game, though, was mentioning to my friend how totally unexcited Beato looked as he finished his warmups in the bullpen and prepared to walk into the game. He had that face that he always seemed to have with the Mets, that uninspired face, and I mentioned then that he looked like he'd rather be doing anything - flippin' burgers somewhere, sweeping a floor, anything - rather than enter that game. The results, sadly, speak for themselves. And don't forget, he was chastised by Bobby Ojeda late last Sept. for saying he was "tired". Quite a good deal for the Mets, Shoppach looks good at the plate and behind it as well. As for Beato, good riddance.









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