Former Binghamton Met Brian Daubach is back at NYSEG Stadium this weekend.  Daubach is in his first season as manager of the Harrisburg Senators, the Double-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals.  This is his first season managing at the Double-A level.

B-Mets fans remember Daubach as a slugging first baseman when he spent the 1995 and 1996 seasons here.  After a marginal year in 1995 Daubach blossomed in 1996 when he belted 22 home runs, drove in 82 runs and hit .286.  He want on to spend all or parts of eight seasons in the major leagues.  He spent time with the Florida Marlins, Chicago White Sox, Boston Red Sox and the New York Mets before retiring after the 2005 season.

Overall,  Daubach played in 661 Major League games posting a career .259 batting average. He hit 93 home runs and drove in 333 runs during his big league stay.  He earned a World Series ring with Boston when they swept the St. Louis Cardinals in four straight games in 2004.