we all know that as of 2012, the longest tenured Met, going into the past, is David Wright. What we don’t know, yet, as who on the 2012 Mets will be the last player to no longer be a Met. Let’s find out who you think it is.
A+E Networks Home Entertainment/MLB Productions is allowing me to reward one person with a NEW YORK METS 50TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTOR’S EDITION DVD SET. All you have to do is write me an email to email@example.com with which current Mets player you think will be a Met the longest going into the future. I don’t need an explanation, although you’re welcome to give one. I reserve the right to penalize you for stupid answers like Chris Young.
Answer has to be a current Mets player on the 40 man roster. I’ll also pick two runner up entries to receive a copy of NEW YORK METS 50 GREATEST PLAYERS DVD also by A+E Networks Home Entertainment/MLB Productions. Entries must be received by first pitch on Friday September 21st.
There is no prize, years from now, on ultimately being right with your answer, although if you make note of it and Twitter is still around, I’ll at least give you props for it.