Butch Metzger played four four teams during a five-year major league career that lasted from 1974-1978.
In 1976, Metzger was co-voted the National League Rookie of the Year with his future Mets teammate, Pat Zachry. (Metzger went 11-4 with a 2.92 ERA, finishing a league leading 62 games for the San Diego Padres, while Zachry went 14-7 with a 2.74 ERA primarily as a starter for the Cincinnati Reds.)
At the start of the 1978 season, the Mets selected Metzger off waivers from the St. Louis Cardinals, but he struggled in New York. He finished what would turn out to be his final year in the major leagues with a 1-3 record and a 6.51 ERA, and was sold to the Philadelphia Phillies in July.
I wrote to Metzger in February and asked him to sign the 1991 Wiz Mets card that I sent; I got it back on Monday. He has a very limited number of baseball cards, and this is the only one that shows him in a Mets uniform,