It's Mookie Wilson's birthday!
"He's not your typical outfielder. I don't want him to think he has to try to make the (highlight) play. Just let the game come to him and let him understand it's going to take reps so that he...
The Mets Hall of Fame only includes four pitchers from all 50 years of the team's existence. There has to be more than four great Mets pitchers in team history, right?
The New York Mets today announced that Mookie Wilson has returned to the organization as the team’s minor-league outfield and base running coordinator. Wilson, a former Mets player, coach and minor league manager, was last with the club in 2005 as the manager of the Brooklyn Cyclones (A) of the New York-Penn League.
"It’s good to be back," said Wilson, 53, who makes his home in Eastover, S.C. "This is where I started and I’m anxious to do whatever I can for the young kids in our system."