From BR Bullpen
Brent Allen Gaff
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 200 lb.
- High School Churubusco High School
- Debut July 7, 1982
- Final Game September 30, 1984
- Born October 5, 1958 in Fort Wayne, IN USA
 Biographical Information
Brent Gaff pitched for the New York Mets in 1982-84. A rotator cuff injury ended his career in 1985.
Gaff was drafted in the sixth round in 1977 by the Mets, and pitched as a starter for most of his time in the minors. He was at Wausau in 1978-79, going 10-5 in 1979. He was at Jackson for 1980 and part of 1981, and thereafter spent parts of 1981-85 with Tidewater.
In 1981, split between Jackson and Tidewater, he went 14-6.
He came up to the Mets in July 1982, and pitched in seven games that season, starting five of them. The next year he was up for four games, all in relief.
In 1984 he became a frequently-used reliever, appearing in 47 games and finishing 18 of them. He was six years older than rookie Dwight Gooden. It was the year that the Mets turned it around, going 90-72 after having gone 68-94 the previous year.