There is not much to say about the Met career of Sandy Alomar Jr., the brother of Roberto Alomar and son of Sandy Sr. The former All-Star catcher and American League Rookie of the Year ended his 20-year playing career with the Mets in 2007. He made his Mets debut on July 8th and would play in just 8 games the rest of the season. Like his father, he batted 22 times in a Mets uniform but unlike his father he did manage to get a hit, in fact he got three in total for .136 average. Sandy Jr. stayed in the Met organization following his playing career serving as the organization’s catching instructor from 2008 to 2009.
While with the Mets he wore both number 19 and 28.
Sandy Alomar Jr. also played for the following teams:
San Diego Padres – 1988,1989
Cleveland Indians – 1990-2000
Chicago White Sox – 2001-2004, 2006
Colorado Rockies – 2002
Texas Rangers – 2005
Los Angeles Dodgers – 2006