Milledge watching a home run.

Lastings Milledge (born April 5, 1985) played outfield for the Mets from 2006 to 2007.

Milledge made his major league debut on May 30, 2006 as the starting right fielder for the Mets in a 7–2 loss against the Arizon Diamondbacks. He went 1 for 4 with a double off Arizona pitcher Miguel Batista. Milledge was 21 years, 55 days old on the day of his debut. In his three separate stints in the majors in 2006, Milledge hit .241 with 4 HR and 22 RBI in 56 games. On June 4, 2006 against the San Francisco Giants, Milledge hit his first Major League home run to tie up the game 6–6 in the bottom of the tenth inning. When the Mets returned to the field the following inning, Milledge, still excited, high-fived the home fans in attendance at Shea as he returned to his position.

After having an impressive spring training both on and off the field, Milledge was named to the Mets' 2007 opening day roster. He saw very limited game action, and was subsequently optioned down to AAA after the game on April 12 to create room on the roster so that starting pitcher Mike Pelfrey could be called up and make his season debut in the following day's game. Upon his recovery from a foot injury, Milledge was called up to the major leagues after the All Star break on July 12.