Mo Vaughn, who struck out as a New York Met, is hoping to be a bigger hit now for the city.
The hulking first baseman, who retired from baseball because of a wrecked knee, is fixing up run-down low-income housing as his second career.
A hero for the Red Sox in Boston, the southpaw slugger decided to start his post baseball life here, to make amends for his Big Apple struggles.
“I owed it to people to rectify things,” Vaughn told the Daily News.
Just two years after launching his company Omni New York with mergers and acquisitions lawyer Eugene Schneur, Vaughn’s on his sixth renovation project …
More: Going to bat for housing: Ex-Met Vaughn a developer – By Lore Croghan, The New York Daily News