Former Dodger infielder Juan Uribe hit three home runs on Sept. 9, 2013 night against the Diamondbacks. After the game, at his locker, Uribe's marijuana hat was on display.
On May 27, 2015, he was traded to Atlanta. Less than two months later, on July 24, the Braves sent Uribe to the Mets in a four-player deal.
During his 15-year carreer - he's also played for the Rockies, White Sox and Giants - Uribe has accumulated a .257 batting average, nearly 1,500 hits and 187 homeruns. He's played on two World Series championship teams - Chicago in 2005 and San Francisco in 2010. The Mets are hoping he'll lead them to their first post-season birth since 2006.