Tom Hall – His New York Mets Career 1975,1976

Tom HallThe Mets acquired left-handed pitcher Tom Hall from the Cincinnati Reds on April 15, 1975 in exchange for Mac Scarce.  He made his Met debut the next day pitching two innings of scoreless relief in the Mets 3-2 loss to the St Louis Cardinals.  Hall would go on to pitch in 34 games for the Mets the rest of the season and finished with a 4-3 record with 1 save and 4.75 ERA.  Of his 34 appearances four were as a starter; he won two of his four starts. 

Hall returned to the Mets in 1976 but pitched in just five games before the Mets traded him to the Kansas City Royals on May 7. At the time of the trade his record was 1-1 with 5.79 ERA.

In 39 appearances over two seasons Tom Hall posted a 5-4 record with 1 save and 4.82 ERA

While with the Mets Hall wore number 42 in 1975 and 19 in 1976.

Tom Hall also played for the following teams:
Minnesota Twins – 1968-1971
Cincinnati Reds – 1972-1975
Kansas City Royals – 1976,1977

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