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2-4 over a 6 ERA. He's just a veteren pitcher that will be here for the rest of the year but will be a fix for us for sure (With the return of Bannister and the call-up of Pelfry late in the season). He did win a world series ring last year though, so he's got experience behind his 37 years.

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2-4 over a 6 ERA. He's just a veteren pitcher that will be here for the rest of the year but will be a fix for us for sure (With the return of Bannister and the call-up of Pelfry late in the season). He did win a world series ring last year though, so he's got experience behind his 37 years.

 

Is he really 37?

 

You gotta like this trade or at least not have a problem with it. He's gotta be better than Lima.

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Yes he is 37. But he helped the white sox get into the post season and he will help us. Good trade by Mets management. Even better if Soler steps up big tonight, there is your replacement for a strikeout pitcher like Julio.

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Is he really 37?

 

You gotta like this trade or at least not have a problem with it. He's gotta be better than Lima.

 

When Hernández signed with the Yankees in 1998, he claimed to have been born in 1969. In 1999, The Smoking Gun published his divorce decree from Cuba, which had surfaced in connection with a child support case brought by his ex-wife; the decree revealed him to have been born in 1965. Despite this revelation, both the official site of Major League Baseball and ESPN still give his year of birth as 1969.

 

Okay, so he could be 41...

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Yes he is 37. But he helped the white sox get into the post season and he will help us. Good trade by Mets management. Even better if Soler steps up big tonight, there is your replacement for a strikeout pitcher like Julio.

 

Is that what his birth cert says. I bet he's 40.

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Minaya insisted that Hernandez is 36, which is his listed age in baseball's media guides. However, according to the Web site playerprofile.com, paperwork in Hernandez's divorce from his first wife filed in 1997 in Cuba had his birth date being in 1965 not 1969, making him 40.

 

http://www.nj.com/sports/ledger/index.ssf?...9920.xml&coll=1

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