New York Mets permanently missing numbers such as ‘baseball player’ who led WS to victory in 1986

The New York Mets of Major League Baseball (MLB) designated the number of the main pitcher of the pitching and hitting line as a permanent number when they won the World Series in 1986.

The Mets announced on the 18th (Korea time) that they plan to hold permanent number 16 and 18 events for pitcher Dwight Gooden (59) and batter Darryl Strawberry (61) at their home stadium, New York City Field, during the season.헤라카지노

Gooden’s permanent number will be held on April 15, and Strawberry’s permanent number will be held on June 2. With this, the Mets will have 10 permanent number honors.

The Mets’ permanent absentees have been Casey Stengel (37), Gil Hodges (14), Tom Seaver (41), Mike Piazza (31), Jerry Cusman (36), Case Hernandez (17), Willie Mays (24), and Jackie Robinson (42), who has been permanently absent from all 30 major league clubs.

Gooden and Strawberry were the ace pitchers and center hitters, respectively, in the 1986 season, the Mets’ second World Series victory.

Since his debut with the Mets in 1984, Gooden has recorded 194 wins and 112 losses with a 3.51 ERA in 17 seasons. Gooden also received the Rookie of the Year award in his debut season and the Cy Young Award the following year.

Strawberry made his debut with the Mets in 1983 and produced a career batting average of 0.259 with 335 home runs and 1,000 RBIs in 17 seasons.

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