The New York Mets announced that they will once again pay tribute to their legends on Veterans Day, a tradition that will be celebrated on August 27.
In the list of figures that will be present at this celebration are the Venezuelans Edgardo Alfonzo and Endy Chávez, who made history within the franchise.
The list was released by the club through social networks, where more than 50 names of historic Mets players are present.
Venezuelans are among the most important figures, where Terry Collins, Bartolo Colón, Howard Johnson, José Reyes, Daniel Murphy and Mike Piazza are also present.
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The event is often highly anticipated by fans, who look forward to seeing the players who have been a part of New Yorkers' long history.
Endy Chávez played with the Mets between the 2006-2008 seasons, where he averaged .288 with six home runs, 39 doubles, nine triples and 71 RBIs in 337 games.
For his part, Edgardo Alfonzo played eight seasons with the Mets, between 1995 and 2002, averaging .292 with 120 home runs, 212 doubles and 538 RBI in 1.086 games.