Mets Through the Years: The All-Star(s), 2004
July 11th, 2012 by slangon

Two members of the New York Mets were named to the N.L. All-Star team in 2004.

Glavine was no stranger to the ASG, but this was the first time he made it as a Met. He ended up with a losing record that year, but we was 7-7 with a 2.66 ERA at the break. I was surprised to see that he pitched in the ASG since he threw 6 innings just 2 days before. He did pretty well, though. He threw a scoreless 7th, allowing a single to Matt Lawton that was immediately erased with a double play.

Mikey P. was back on the All-Star scene in 2004 as well. He started the game and went 0 for 2 with a strikeout. It’s amazing to realize that some all-time great players just don’t translate well in the All-Star Game. The N.L. would ultimately go on to lose 9-4.

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