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On Father’s Day, remembering Jimmy Plummer, the real Mr. Met

“He actually thought he was my daddy, you know?,” says Darryl Strawberry. “He was so funny man. He used to come down to the clubhouse, he’d be walking through, he’d stop to look at me and say, ‘All right, step to the side, you know your daddy’s here.’ He’s like, ‘Who’s your daddy?’ Just the personality of Jimmy was just amazing at that time, and the connection he had with the players. From every player that probably knew him like we did, you just loved him.

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