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Born: December 3, 1946
Throws: Right Bats: Both
Height: 5.11 Weight: 175
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HERE IS WHAT OTHER METS FANS HAVE TO SAY:
February 10, 2011 Great, great, great fielding middle infielder. Could really run well, and was probably better than what the Mets had in the Big Leagues defensively. Was a certain call-up if MLB expansion had been what it is today. Saw him at several stops, where he had some amazing defensive games. I was always curious what became of him.
February 15, 2011 I believe he broke his arm in 1970, cutting short his season. He came back in 1971 and had a decent year, power-wise for a defensive-fielding middle infielder (7 HRS). He was traded, I think, to Winnipeg in the 1971 season and put up good numbers for a bad, bad team. Rare to see a player post his best power numbers in his final year of professional baseball.
Not sure why he didn't play in 1972.
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