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Oldest living Brooklyn Dodger visits Citi Field

During BP on Saturday at Citi Field, Mike Sandlock, the oldest living Brooklyn Dodger met several players and coaches from both the Mets and Dodgers.

The former utility man spent two seasons with the Dodgers (1945-46), after playing for the Boston Braves in '42 and '44. He spent his final year with the Pirates in '53.

The former Dodger was presented with gifts from current manager Don Mattingly. Sandlock, 96, is the third oldest living Major Leaguer.

--Andrew Harts

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