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GLENDON RUSCH RUMORS

Mets you’ve forgotten about: Glendon Rusch

April 27, 2000.  On a Thursday afternoon getaway day, the Mets were set to face off against the Cincinnati Reds in the rubber game of a three game series.  Steve Parris would toe the rubber for the Reds, and the Mets would send lefty Glendon Rusch to the hill in front of the “B” squad. Soon-to-be eight-year-old Joe Vasile sat down in the loge section along the third base line...
Via Mets360.com
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss
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