In 1984, the Mets would produce yet another future MLB Manager in John Gibbons (.256) as he would go on to become the Mets backup catcher and now, the Manager of the Toronto Blue Jays... playing on the same team with future MLB manager Clint Hurdle (21 HR, .243). Of course this team wouldn't be lacking in future stars and impact players as the Tides welcomed the Mets future SS Rafael Santana (.278), future foe of the 1986 Boston Red Sox  Calvin Schiraldi (3-1, 1.15) and two future superstars in 2x Major League All-Star  El Sid... Sid Fernandez (6-5, 2.56 in 1984 / 4-1, 2.04 in 1985) and 2x Major League All-Star and the first ever Major League MVP to be promoted by Met Park... Kevin Mitchell (10 HR, .243 in 1984 / 9 HR, .290 in 1985). Sid was terrific for the Mets in 1986 and 1987 posting a 16-6, 3.52 and 12-8, 3.81 but it was 1989 when he had his best season going 14-5, 2.83. Kevin Mitchell meanwhile had some serious pop in his bat but the Mets never gave him a chance to play every day and sent him off to the San Diego Padres for Kevin McReynolds. Mitchell had his MVP season in 1989 when he slammed a Major League Leading 47 HR and 125 Major League Leading RBI's along with a Major League Leading .635 SLG and Major League Leading 1.023 OPS (.291) for the San Francisco Giants. He returned in 1990 to hit an impressive 35 HR and bat .290 to again make the All-Star team. The Mets thought that perhaps they had another future MVP in 1st round pick Billy Beane, but Beane was a bust... at least as a player. The king of "Sabrmetrics" however would go on to possibly become the next future Hall of Famer for Met Park... not as a player but as a General Manager.