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MetsBlog Oct 28, 2014

What they said about former-Mets prospect Yusmeiro Petit, now starring for the Giants

In 2001, Yusmeiro Petit signed at 17 years old with the Mets as an international free agent This October, 13 years later, he’s made a name for himself by throwing 12 scoreless innings for the Giants during the playoffs.  …
KFFL Oct 26, 2014

Giants | Yusmeiro Petit earns win in Game 4

San Francisco Giants RP Yusmeiro Petit picked up his third win of the postseason in ...
Tampa Bay Times Oct 22, 2014

Yusmeiro Petit invaluable out of Giants bullpen

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Yusmeiro Petit was running out of choices. His major-league career had hit rock bottom and was heading nowhere.
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 22, 2014

From Mexico to the World Series, Petit shines

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Yusmeiro Petit was running out of choices. His major league career had hit rock bottom and was heading nowhere. In April 2011, the Seattle Mariners released the Venezuelan pitcher during spring training. After starting his career with four mostly forgettable seasons with the Florida Marlins (2006) and Arizona Diamondbacks (2007-09), Petit was left sitting in his Miami home, waiting for a call from any major league team. No one called. read more

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