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New York Mets purchased Bill Sudakis from the Los Angeles Dodgers on March 27, 1972.

New York Mets released Jim Beauchamp on March 27, 1974.

New York Mets traded Jackson Todd to the Philadelphia Phillies for Edward Cuervo on March 27, 1978.

New York Mets traded Nino Espinosa to the Philadelphia Phillies for Richie Hebner and Josť Moreno on March 27, 1979.

New York Mets traded Ed Hearn, Rick Anderson and Mauro Gozzo to the Kansas City Royals for David Cone and Chris Jelic on March 27, 1987.

New York Mets traded Kevin Baez and Tom Wegmann to the Baltimore Orioles for David Segui on March 27, 1994.

New York Mets traded Mark Leiter to the Colorado Rockies for Brian Rose on March 27, 2001.

New York Mets traded Timo Perez to the Chicago White Sox for Matt Ginter on March 27, 2004.

New York Mets signed free agent Raul Valdes on March 27, 2010.

New York Mets sold Elvin Ramirez to the Los Angeles Angels on March 27, 2013.

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Jason Phillips
Born: September 27, 1976
at La Mesa, Cal.
Years with Mets: 2001 - 2004
264 games. 19 hr, 95 rbi, 0.262
85 runs, 0 stolen bases

All-Time Mets Leaders
Innings Pitched
1. Tom Seaver 3045.2 Seaver
2. Jerry Koosman 2544.2
3. Dwight Gooden 2169.2
4. Ron Darling 1620.0
5. Sid Fernandez 1584.2
6. Jon Matlack 1448.0 Koosman
7. Al Leiter 1360.0
8. Craig Swan 1230.2
9. Bobby Jones 1215.2
10. David Cone 1209.1

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