COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -- Visitors to the Baseball Hall of Fame this weekend were greeted by displays honoring the six members of the Class of 2014 with memorabilia from their careers.
Tom Glavine's display case includes the jersey he wore during his 300th win in 2007. A Mets jersey.
Glavine, of course, is in the Hall mostly because of the time he spent with the Braves. Sometimes it's hard to decide which team logo to put on the cap on a Hall of Famer's plaque, but with Glavine it was a no-brainer.
A Braves cap.
Still, Glavine didn't forget the five seasons he spent in Flushing -- even if some Mets fans would like to erase his final start as a Met from their memories.
On Sept. 30, 2007, Glavine lasted one-third of an inning and gave up seven runs to the Marlins on the final day of the regular season. The Mets lost and missed the playoffs. Glavine went back to Atlanta, where he won 244 of his 305 games before retiring in 2010.
Sunday, in his Hall of Fame induction speech, Glavine called the Mets and Braves "great organizations" and also thanked former Mets pitching coach Rick Peterson, trainer Mike Herbst and the team's owners.
"To the folks associated with the Mets organization, thank you for treating me and my family the way you did," said Glavine, who went 61-56 with a 3.97 ERA with the Mets from 2003-07.
"Thank you, Fred and Jeff Wilpon, for the opportunity to play in New York and for providing the resources so I could experience a postseason there [in 2006]. To the fans of New York, thank you so much for your support, for ultimately treating me and my family with so much respect."