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Answers in the comments section

1- How many former Mets played for the 2008 Phillies?

2- Name the members of the 1986 Mets who also played for the Phillies at some point in their career.

3-Name the former Met who hit exactly 100 career home runs for the Phillies, most for anyone who played for both the Phillies and Mets.

4- Name the only pitcher to win 40+ games for both the Phillies and Mets.

5- Tug McGraw and this pitcher both pitched for the Mets, and the 1980 Phillies, at some point in their career. Name him.

6- Two infielders who pitched for the Mets also played for the Phillies at some point in their careers. Name them.

7- Name the only player to play for the 1962 Mets and the 1964 Phillies team that choked away the NL pennant.

8- Name the former Met who struck out with the bases loaded and two outs to end GAME 5 of the 1980 World Series.

9- Of those who played for both the Mets and Phillies, who had the most stolen bases FOR THE PHILLIES?

10- Name the members of the 2008 Mets who played for the Phillies at some point in their career.


metswalkoffs said…

1- None. Which is good, because I didn't want to feel happy for them.

Wally Backman
Tim Corcoran
Lenny Dykstra
Kevin Elster
Sid Fernandez
Roger McDowell

3- Juan Samuel

4- Tug McGraw

5- Nino Espinosa

6- Todd Zeile and Desi Relaford

7 Frank Thomas

8- Jose Cardenal

9- Larry Bowa


Marlon Anderson
Endy Chavez
Nelson Figueroa
Ramon Martinez
Abraham Nunez
Billy Wagner

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