The Mets signed right-handed pitcher Aaron Sele as a free agent on January 25, 2007. He pitched exclusively out of the bullpen appearing in 34 games and posted 3-2 record with 5.37 ERA in 53 2/3 innings.
Sele made his Met debut on April 3, throwing the final inning in the Mets 10-0 win over the St. Louis Cardinals. He earned his first win on April 28 against the Washington Nationals when He pitched 1 1/3 innings of scoreless relief as the Mets won in extra innings 6-2.
2007 would be Sele’s only season with the Mets, in fact it would be his last season as a Major League pitcher. He was granted free agency following the season but did not sign with anyone.
While with the Mets Sele wore number 30.
Aaron Sele also played for the following team:
Boston Red Sox – 1993-1997
Texas Rangers – 1998,1999
Seattle Mariners – 2000,2001,2005
Anaheim Angels – 2002-2004
Los Angeles Dodgers = 2006
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