Well, as the calendar year turns, let’s take a look at some interesting, or banal depending on your mileage on such tidbits, factoids about the 2012 New York Mets First up, a look at the Met All-Time Roster, and Met Leaders by games played at each position;
The Mets used 49 different players in 2012, which included 23 new Mets, bringing the All-Time Roster, after 51 seasons to 940 players to have played in at least one game for the franchise. And out of those 23, 10 of whom made their Major League debuts.
And now a look at the movements on various Mets All-Time position leaders;
Vinny Rottino’s seven games and Zach Lutz’ game at first brings the Met total to 146. Ike Davis’s healthy season gives him 330 total, which is good for 9th all-time in games played. Another solid season should put him into 3rd all-time behind Ed Kranepool and Keith Hernandez. Davis’ usual replacement this past year, as well as on the strength of handling the position the most in 2011, Daniel ...