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Monday Morning Mets Mind Boggler: Teenagers

Can you name every teenager to play for the Mets?

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Last week, we asked you to name every 40-year-old to play for the Mets. Now we'll go to the opposite end of the age spectrum. For this week's Mind Boggler, we want you to name every teenage player in Mets history.

Teenagers to play for the Mets.

Dilson Herrera was the youngest Met in recent memory, making his major league debut last year at the age of 20. The infielder acquitted himself pretty well in 66 plate appearances, posting a league-average .220/.303/.407 batting line (105 wRC+). Things didn't go as well for Herrera this year, as he hit just .195/.290/.317 (73 wRC+) in 93 plate appearances.

Consider this fair warning: This week's quiz is tough. It includes more than one player from the deep recesses of Mets history. Frankly, if you get more than half of the names on this list, you should pat yourself on the back and consider yourself a true Mets historian.

As was the case last week, the years listed are the years in which the player was a teenager and playing for the Mets—they do not necessarily include every year the player was a Met. For example, if a player was a Met from 2005 to 2010, but only was a teenager during the 2005 season, then only the year 2005 will be listed.

You'll have three minutes for this quiz. Good luck, and remember to post your time and score in the comments!