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New York Mets selected Eric Hillman in 16th round of free agent draft on June 2, 1987.

New York Mets selected Pete Schourek in second round of free agent draft on June 2, 1987.

New York Mets selected Tim Bogar in eighth round of free agent draft on June 2, 1987.

New York Mets selected Anthony Young in 38th round of free agent draft on June 2, 1987.

New York Mets selected Chris Donnels in first round (24th pick overall) of free agent draft on June 2, 1987.

New York Mets selected Todd Hundley in second round of free agent draft on June 2, 1987.

New York Mets selected Paul Wilson in first round (first pick overall) of free agent draft on June 2, 1994.

New York Mets selected Terrence Long in first round (20th pick overall) of free agent draft on June 2, 1994.

New York Mets released Gary Thurman on June 2, 1997.

New York Mets selected Jaime Cerda in 23rd round of free agent draft on June 2, 1998.

New York Mets selected Pat Strange in second round of free agent draft on June 2, 1998.

New York Mets selected Ty Wigginton in 17th round of free agent draft on June 2, 1998.

New York Mets selected Jason Tyner in first round (21st pick overall) of free agent draft on June 2, 1998.

New York Mets selected Craig Brazell in fifth round of free agent draft on June 2, 1998.

New York Mets selected Jeremy Griffiths in third round of free agent draft on June 2, 1999.

New York Mets selected Mike Jacobs in 38th round of free agent draft on June 2, 1999.

New York Mets selected Prentice Redman in 10th round of free agent draft on June 2, 1999.

New York Mets selected Angel Pagan in fourth round of free agent draft on June 2, 1999.

New York Mets traded Bill Pulsipher to the Arizona Diamondbacks for Lenny Harris on June 2, 2000.

New York Mets released Mike DiFelice on June 2, 2005.

Toronto Blue Jays claimed Chris Schwinden of the New York Mets on waivers on June 2, 2012.

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Pignatano
Joe Pignatano
Born: August 4, 1929
at Brooklyn, N.Y.
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27 games. 0 hr, 2 rbi, 0.232
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Mets vs. Chicago Cubs
1968 Game Results
05/04 Mets 7, Cubs 3 Selma (W, 1-0)
05/05 Cubs 3, Mets 2 Koosman (L, 4-1)
05/05 Cubs 1, Mets 0 Cardwell (L, 1-3)
05/10 Mets 5, Cubs 1 Koosman (W, 5-1)
05/11 Cubs 3, Mets 1 Seaver (L, 1-3)
05/12 Cubs 4, Mets 3 Cardwell (L, 1-4)
05/12 Mets 10, Cubs 0 Selma (W, 2-0)
06/04 Mets 5, Cubs 0 Koosman (W, 9-2)
06/05 Mets 4, Cubs 2 Seaver (W, 3-5)
06/06 Mets 5, Cubs 3 Selma (W, 5-0)
07/11 Mets 1, Cubs 0 Selma (W, 8-3)
07/11 Cubs 2, Mets 0 Cardwell (L, 3-9)
07/12 Mets 4, Cubs 0 Koosman (W, 12-4)
07/13 Cubs 2, Mets 1 Koonce (L, 0-4)
09/10 Cubs 8, Mets 1 Selma (L, 9-9)
09/11 Mets 1, Cubs 0 McAndrew (W, 2-7)
09/17 Mets 3, Cubs 2 McAndrew (W, 3-7)
09/18 Cubs 7, Mets 2 Koosman (L, 18-11)
1968 totals: 10 wins, 8 losses

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