Endy Chavez is back with the Mets.
The man famous for one of the greatest defensive plays ever will join the organization as part of the Brooklyn Cyclones' coaching staff and will work with Mets minor-league players during spring training, according to Newsday.
Chavez, 41, played last year for Somerset of the independent Atlantic League. He last played in the majors with Seattle in 2014.
The outfielder was with the Mets from 2006-08, becoming a household name when in Game 7 of the 2006 NLCS at Shea Stadium he jumped and caught the ball in the tip of his glove on a full extension to rob Scott Rolen of a home run.
Chavez was originally a minor-league free-agent signing for the Mets before the 1996 season. He played 1,151 major-league games across 13 seasons with seven different clubs.