Richard Jay Selma
Mortimer Snerd Position: Pitcher
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 5' 11", Weight: 160 lb.
Born: November 4, 1943 in Santa Ana, CA
High School: Fresno HS (Fresno, CA) School: Fresno City College (Fresno, CA) by the Signed New York Mets as an amateur free agent in 1963.
( All Transactions) Debut: September 2, 1965 (Age 21)
vs. HOU 0 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB Teams (by GP): Phillies/Mets/Cubs/Angels/Padres/... 1965-1974 Final Game: August 9, 1974 (Age 30)
Died: August 29, 2001 in Clovis, CA
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News -- March 2014
3/1 Mets360.com: What Ernie Bowman taught Tom Seaver: I picked up a 1966 Topps Ernie Bowman baseball card last week. This is an interesting card in its own right because Bowman never ... News -- February 2014
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2/1 Mets Merized: Mets’ Prospects of The Early Years: Dick Selma, RHP: Dick Selma was probably considered the Mets’ top pitching prospect from the day he signed a $20,000 bonus contract in early ... News -- January 2014
1/22 Mets Merized: Mets Top 20 Prospects: The Early Years: Technically, this is not a list of the Mets’ Top 20 Prospects going into the 1964 season, but rather a list of the 20 most prominent ...
1/20 MetsMinors.net: The Mets’ Top 20 Prospects – 50 YEARS AGO !: Technically, this is NOT a list of the Mets’ Top 20 Prospects going into the 1964 season, but rather a list of 20 prominent ...
1/15 Mets Merized: How The Miracle Mets Were Built: (Part 1) The Spring Of 1968: 2014 is the 45 year anniversary of the 1969 Mets. Enjoy this special feature and welcome to Part One of my four part series entitled, How ... News -- October 2013
10/11 Billy-Ball.com: The Reliever Strikeout Leaders: Nine to Know Most strikeouts by relievers – 2013 Rk Player SO Tm G IP 1 Aroldis Chapman 112 CIN 68 63.2 2 Kenley Jansen ... News -- June 2013
6/19 Billy-Ball.com: Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler take two: Two potential aces: Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler led the Mets to a doubleheader sweep of the Atlanta Braves. In the opener, Harvey ... News -- February 2013
2/10 Mets Merized: Old Time Mets: Bob Friend, Bob Shaw, and Ralph Terry: In 1966, in the days before Tom Seaver, Jerry Koosman, Gary Gentry, and Nolan Ryan, when the Mets’ young pitchers were named ...
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6/8 Baseballhotcorner.com: Pride of a Nation- Interview With Fergie Jenkins: Ferguson Arthur Jenkins was born and raised in the south-western Ontario town of Chatham where he dominated area sandlots ... News -- November 2011
11/20 High Heat Stats: Trivia time #2: Who are these 14 pitchers?: OK this one comes from reader Dvd Avins...who are these 14 pitchers?Wilson AlvarezAndy BenesWally BunkerRoger Craig**** DonovanMudcat ...
11/17 High Heat Stats: Most IP without allowing a triple: Here are the most innings pitched in a season since 1901 without allowing a triple: Rk Player IP Year Age Tm ERA+ ... News -- September 2011
9/22 B-R Blog: Matt Moore fans 11 Yanks in his first start: Thursday night in the Bronx, 22-year-old Matt Moore, Tampa's latest pitching phenom, struck out 11 over 5 scoreless innings ... News -- August 2011
8/29 NY Baseball Digest: Chris Capuano’s Unique Place in Mets History: With everyone preparing for Hurricane Irene you might have missed a dominant pitching performance by Chris Capuano on Friday. ... News -- October 2010
10/18 B-R Blog: Which Staff Had the Most Wins in Their Future?: Here's an interesting question sent to us by B-R reader Phil: "I've been a Mets fan since 1967, when, as the youngest kid in my ... News -- July 2010
7/12 B-R Blog: A Game Score of 90 Early in a Career: In another post, reader Scott V. wrote the following about Travis Wood's game score of 93 yesterday:
This was Wood's third major ...