Trivia Friday: Mets Best Left-Handed Relievers

With the new proposed rule changes, Major League Baseball is effectively eliminating left-handed relievers. As a result, we are not going to see situations where Josh Edgin comes into a pressure situation to strike out Bryce Harper to get the improbable save. Now, you can’t risk that because you can’t let Edgin face the next two batters.

Seeing this rule change the Mets are going to have to look more at left-handed relievers like Justin Wilson and less of the ilk of Luis Avilan. Before this baseball alerting rule goes into effect in the 2020 season, it seems like a good time to take a look at who the best left-handed relievers are in Mets history. Can you name them? Good luck!

Billy Wagner Pete Falcone Jesse Orosco Randy Myers Tug McGraw Bob Myrick John Franco Ray Sadecki Jerry Blevins Pedro Feliciano