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Herm Winningham
Herm Winningham
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 565 of 974 players
Winningham
Herman Son Winningham
Born: December 1, 1961 at Orangeburg, S.C.
Throws: Right Bats: Left
Height: 6.00 Weight: 165

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First Mets game: September 1, 1984
Last Mets game: September 30, 1984





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JellyNadz
August 19, 2001
What was the Mets front office thinking when they included HERM in that trade for Gary Carter, we could have used him in a one for one trade for Andre Dawson. IM JOKING...

Andy from Rego Park
November 9, 2001
Notable as one of the half-dozen or so centerfielders the Mets traded away during the mid-80s (including Marvelle Wynn, Gerald Young, Stan Jefferson and ultimately Mookie Wilson and Lenny Dykstra), leaving them with second-basemen Keith Miller and Juan Samuel trying to learn the position in the big leagues. Not that I disagree with the Carter trade, mind you, just pointing out where it all led.

Larry Burns
May 30, 2002
During the early 1980's Herm was a constant star in the "Mets on the Rise" section of the yearbook. He never did rise with the Mets but he did have a serviceable career.

Tom Shannon
April 22, 2004
Note----Always had a toothpick in his mouth when taking batting practice!

Jonathan Stern
October 28, 2005
Journeyman outfielder who, as a Red, won a World Series ring and witnessed Pete Rose's epic fall from grace.

Upstate Fan
November 10, 2005
I was at the final game of the '84 season. It was that series against the Expos where Herm went 5 for 10 and convinced the Expos he was the answer for them in CF/leadoff position. Certainly had an influence on the trade...maybe they should give Herm an '86 ring.

scott r
June 22, 2009
Looks like did well in his late 1984 callup. Always remembered as part of the Gary Carter trade.









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