Product 19

19With his curly mullet, unbent cap-brim, quirky screwball and newly issued No. 19 jersey taking up nearly all the real estate on the back of his shirt, diminutive lefty Danny Herrera looks like he could be good for some laughs — and maybe a few outs — in the coming months and years. A native of Odessa, Texas and a product of the University of New Mexico, Herrera, who prefers “Daniel Ray” to “Danny” according to a bio posted at the site of his last employer, enjoys music and classic cars. He debuted last night as the 914th Met of all time and struck out Jonny Gomes for the final out of a Mets win. He was proceeded by Met 913, Josh Stinson, who was also impressive in his debut.

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One comment

  1. Jon Springer says:

    Valentino Pascucci

    Submitted by Dave Mackey (not verified) on Mon, 09/05/2011 – 10:17pm.
    Mets calling him up tomorrow. They will put him in the 15 vacated by Carlos Beltran. Mike Baxter is also being called up (last seen in 23) and Chris Schwinden as well, no idea of his uni yet.

    Rather Quick to Use #15

    Submitted by Larry (not verified) on Tue, 09/06/2011 – 5:05am.
    Beltran was enough of a star to keep his number out of use for at least this season. A September call up? Not enough respect.

    Chris Schwinden 63

    Submitted by Gordon Handler (not verified) on Tue, 09/06/2011 – 7:42am.
    According to Adam Rubin, Schwinden will wear 63. That will be the first time that number has been used by a Met.

    63 seems to work for rookies across town!

    Submitted by Alan (not verified) on Tue, 09/06/2011 – 11:52am.
    63 seems to work for rookies across town!


    Submitted by Dave Mackey (not verified) on Tue, 09/06/2011 – 4:55pm.
    Pascucci in 15 confirmed by game notes.

    first ever 63

    Submitted by Jon Springer on Tue, 09/06/2011 – 7:04pm.
    thanks for the updates!

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