The Mets signed left-handed pitcher Chris Capuano as a free agent on January 3, 2011. Prior to joining the Mets Capuano previously pitched for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Milwaukee Brewers. He made his Met debut on April 3, pitching 2/3 of an inning in the Mets 9-2 victory over the Florida Marlins.
Capuano would go on to appear in 33 games for the Mets, all but two as a starter, during the 2011 season. His first win as a Met came on April 9 when he started and pitched 6 innings against the Washington Nationals. For the season he would go on to pitch fairly well posting an 11-12 record with a 4.55 season.
The highlight of Capuano’s season occurred on August 26 against the Atlanta Braves. He pitched a complete game 2 hit shutout and struck out a career best 13 batters.
2011 would be Capuano’s only season with the Mets, as he signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers as a free agent following the season.
While with the Mets Capuano wore number 38.
Chris Capuano also played for the following teams:
Arizona Diamondbacks – 2003
Milwaukee Brewers – 2004-2007,2010, 2016
Los Angeles Dodgers – 2012,2013
New York Yankees – 2014,2015
Boston Red Sox – 2014