METS DRAFT HISTORY: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

One glance at the New York Mets No. 1 draft selections reveals a history of good, bad and ugly decision-making.

The Mets first-ever draft pick was pitcher Les Rohr, the second overall pick in the 1965 draft. Rohr’s major league career was short-lived. He made his MLB debut on September 19, 1967 against the Los Angeles Dodgers, pitching six innings, allowing three runs and recording his first win. Rohr made six appearances over three years before he retired after the 1969 season due to injuries. He was just 24 years old.

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FOLLOW THE ’86 METS ON TWITTER

Connect with your favorite '86 Mets on social media

The 1986 New York Mets are the latest team in franchise history to win a World Series championship. Keith Hernandez, Darryl Strawberry, Dwight Gooden and Gary Carter led the ’86 team to a franchise-best 108 wins during the regular season.

Today, you can stay connected with some of the ’86 Mets on social media.

The following is a list of players from the ’86 team who are on Twitter.

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