Your 2007 Mets

On opening night:

  • 47 Tom Glavine
  • 26 Orlando Hernandez
  • 33 John Maine
  • 46 Oliver Perez
  • 13 Billy Wagner
  • 48 Aaron Heilman
  • 60 Scott Schoeneweis
  • 40 Ambiorix Burgos
  • 25 Pedro Feliciano
  • 35* Aaron Sele
  • 70* Joe Smith
  • 16 Paul LoDuca
  • 11 Ramon Castro
  • 21 Carlos Delgado
  • 22 Jose Valentin
  • 7 Jose Reyes
  • 5 David Wright
  • 23 Julio Franco
  • 3 Damian Easley
  • 17 David Newhan
  • 18 Moises Alou
  • 15 Carlos Beltran
  • 20 Shawn Green
  • 44 Lastings Milledge
  • 10 Endy Chavez

Staff

  • 12 Willie Randolph
  • 2 Sandy Alomar
  • 51 Rick Peterson
  • 52 Howard Johnson
  • 53 Jerry Manuel
  • 54 Rick Down
  • 55 Tom Nieto
  • 56 Guy Conti

If things hold, Moises Alou would be the 800th Met and join Schoeneweis, Burgos, Sele, Smith, Easley, and Newhan for the first time on the All-Time Numeric Roster. Howard Johnson joins the ranks of Met coaches for the first time. Jose Valentin will appear for the first time wearing No. 22, while coach Manuel is in a new number, 53.

Sele as of Friday had not given 35 to Smith, who was out there again in No. 70.

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One comment

  1. Jon Springer says:

    omments from old site

    Submitted by Jon Springer on Mon, 01/21/2008 – 11:47am.
    Sele in 30, Smith in 35 as per Ben Shpigel’s NY Times blog.

    Good luck with the new site design!

    Comment by Glenn :: March 31, 2007 @ 8:46 am | Edit This
    It might be from last year, but Mets.com has a photo of Feliciano wearing #39… has he gone back to that number?

    Comment by Chris :: April 1, 2007 @ 11:51 am | Edit This
    No, Feliciano was wearing #25 last night. Adkins was wearing #39 in spring training. Now that he’s in AAA, #39 will prob be his if he’s called up to the major leagues.

    Comment by RJ :: April 2, 2007 @ 8:27 am | Edit This
    Feliciano has worn three numbers and arguably been better in each succeeding one. He was first acquired in the Shawn Estes trade and wore 55.

    He spent some time in Japan and when they reacquired him as a sidearmer he took 39. When Roberto Hernandez reappeared (and Matsui disappeared), Feliciano took 25.

    Here’s his stats by number:
    As 55: 1-1, 4.21 (72.2 IP)
    As 39: 4-2, 2.19 (41.1 IP)
    As 25: 3-0, 1.89 (19.0 IP)

    Comment by admin :: April 2, 2007 @ 4:46 pm

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