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Jerry Michael Johnson
Born: December 3, 1943 at Miami, Fla.
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 6.03 Weight: 200
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HERE IS WHAT OTHER METS FANS HAVE TO SAY:
August 5, 2007 I was 15 and lived in Johnson City, home of the Binghamton Triplets. I loved the Mets from day one and went to see Auburn every time they were in town. Jerry Johnson used to sit in the stands (I don't know if he was injured or carried as an extra player), but my friend, Jim Andel, and I used to sit on either side of Jerry and drive him crazy with questions. He used to eat these greasy potato balls from the concession and I hated them, but if "Jer" ate them, so did I. This went on for the entire 1964 season. I saw him again at Jack Murphy stadium, when he was with the Phillies. I was in the Navy and stationed in San Diego. He definitely was my biggest childhood hero and I would love to contact him.
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