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New York Mets traded Jesse Gonder to the Milwaukee Braves for Gary Kolb on July 21, 1965.

New York Mets traded Wayne Garrett and Del Unser to the Montreal Expos for Pepe Mangual and Jim Dwyer on July 21, 1976.

New York Mets traded Jason Jacome and Allen McDill to the Kansas City Royals for Derek Wallace, John Carter and Geno Morones on July 21, 1995.

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Castillo
Luis Castillo
Born: September 12, 1975
at San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic


Years with Mets: 2007 - 2010

365 games. 5 hr, 105 rbi, 0.274
188 runs, 55 stolen bases

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