Last week, we asked you to name every position player with at least 100 games for both the Mets and the Yankees. After a brutal Subway Series in which the Yankees swept the Mets in four games, we’re asking you to name the pitchers with significant playing time for both teams.
The last player not listed here to accomplish the feat was Tyler Clippard. After debuting with the Yankees in 2007, Clippard played seven seasons with the Nationals before they traded him to the Athletics in 2015.
The A’s traded Clippard to the Mets midway through that year, and the right-hander helped pitch the Mets to a World Series appearance. Clippard signed with the Diamondbacks during the following offseason, but ended back with the Yankees—where he remained unitl about a month ago—after another midseason trade.
You’ll have three minutes for this quiz. Good luck, and remember to post your time and score in the comments!