Willie Randolph – His New York Mets Playing Career 1992

Willie Randolph.pngWillie Randolph, a former all-star second baseman who played the majority of his career with the Yankees, was nearing the end of his career when the Mets signed him as free agent in 1992.

Randolph was the Mets opening day second baseman and would go on to put up decent numbers before an injury sidelined him in August.  At the time of his injury, he was hitting .252 with 2 home runs and 15 RBIs.  Randolph would return to play one last game on the final day of the season.  He went 0-3 with a walk.  It would be his last appearance as a player as he retired following the season ending his 18-year career.

While with the Mets Randolph wore number12.

Willie Randolph also played for the following teams:
Pittsburgh Pirates – 1975
New York Yankees – 1975-1988
Los Angeles Dodger – 1989,1990
Oakland A’s – 1990
Milwaukee Brewers – 1991

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