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Who was Mets GM in 2012?

Who was Mets GM in 2012?

Sandy Alderson
The New York Mets’ 2012 season was the franchise’s 51st season and its fourth in Citi Field. The team celebrated its 50th anniversary, as they became a team in 1962….2012 New York Mets season.

2012 New York Mets
Owner(s) Fred Wilpon
General manager(s) Sandy Alderson
Manager(s) Terry Collins

Who was the Mets catcher in 2012?

2012 New York Mets

2012 New York Mets 2012 New York Mets Official Logo Complete Roster
Roster Schedule Hitting Pitching Fielding Statmaster
4 Mike Nickeas 1983-02-13
6 Kelly Shoppach 1980-04-29
30 Josh Thole 1986-10-28

Who wore number 24 for the Mets?

Herm Winningham
New York Mets Uniform Numbers

New York Mets Uniform Number 0 Every Mets Player Who Wore #0
Count Players Who Wore #0 Full Roster
24. Herm Winningham 1984 New York Mets
25. Rafael Santana 1985 New York Mets
26. Rafael Santana 1986 New York Mets

Does Chipper Jones own the Mets?

Throughout his career, Chipper Jones has absolutely owned the New York Mets. He has been a pain in the Mets’ side for a number of years, and his production against the team has been outstanding. It is hard to think of a player more respected and hated by Mets fans.

When did Johan Santana throw a no hitter?

June 1, 2012
On June 1, 2012, Santana pitched the first no-hitter in New York Mets history against the St. Louis Cardinals.

Who is the oldest player on the Mets?

The Oldest Living Mets Players

Player Birth Date Age
Craig, Roger Lee (Roger) February 17, 1930 92 years, 97 days
Landrith, Hobart Neal (Hobie) March 16, 1930 92 years, 70 days
Mays, Willie May 6, 1931 91 years, 19 days
Marshall, Rufus James (Jim) May 25, 1931 91 years, 0 days

Who Wore #1 for the Mets?

1: Mookie Wilson — Many of the speediest Mets have worn No. 1, from Lance Johnson to Eric Young Jr. to Amed Rosario. But it’s Wilson who enjoyed the most sustained success with it, donning No. 1 for the entire 1980s (with his famous dribbler through Bill Buckner’s legs smack in the middle of that tenure).

Who wore 17 on the Mets?

The New York Mets will retire the No. 17 jersey of former first baseman Keith Hernandez, who becomes just the fourth player in franchise history to receive the honor.