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New York Mets traded Gus Bell to the Milwaukee Braves for Frank Thomas on November 28, 1961.

Mets drafted Amos Otis from the Boston Red Sox on November 28, 1966.

Mets drafted Tommie Reynolds from the Kansas City Athletics on November 28, 1966.

New York Mets traded Juan Castillo and Todd Beckerman to the Houston Astros for Pete Harnisch on November 28, 1994.

New York Mets purchased Brian Stokes from the Tampa Bay Devil Rays on November 28, 2007.

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Norman
Dan Norman
Born: January 11, 1955
at Los Angeles, Cal.
Years with Mets: 1977 - 1980
139 games. 9 hr, 30 rbi, 0.230
23 runs, 8 stolen bases

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