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A GAMEDAY GIVEAWAY FROM THE ’69 NLCS
The 1969 pennant-winning Mets signed a souvenir visor from that season's NLCS. Among those who left their mark were Game 1 winner Tom Seaver, slugger Tommie Agee, and Art Shamsky, who led the Mets wit ...
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ART SHAMSKY TOPPS CARD, 1969
Art Shamsky spent four seasons with the Mets and played an instrumental role in the 1969 campaign. His 7 hits in the NLCS against the Atlanta Braves led both teams and helped the Mets sweep their sout ...
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ART SHAMSKY’S ABOVE-AVERAGE BAT
Art Shamsky and the Mets swiftly handled the Atlanta Braves in the 1969 NLCS. Shamksy knew how to swing a bat, racking up 3 hits each in Games 1 and 2. (Did he swing this bat in the NLCS? We don’t kno ...
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GEE WHIZ, IT’S SHAMSKY, GENTRY AND AGEE
Kids and kids-at-heart salivated over this Amazin’ collectors toy set featuring the Game 3 heroes of the 1969 World Series. Platooning right fielder Art Shamsky got his only start of the Fall Classic, ...
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IN THEIR OWN WORDS
They lived it. And now they'll tell you about it. The boys of '69 have plenty of stories about a miraculous season, and we're betting you haven't heard them all. Pull up a seat and let Ed Kranepool, A ...
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POSTER BOYS
The Mets had plenty of standouts during the 1969 season. Each player was a piece to the larger puzzle of capturing the first World Series championship in franchise history.
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PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT
Art Shamsky showed off his stance in a posed photograph, possibly during spring training in 1969. He was a solid hitter that championship season, batting a career-high .300 in 100 games.
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SHAMSKY: FROM INJURY TO WS CHAMPION
Art Shamsky talks about overcoming adversity en route to winning the 1969 World Series.
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SHAMSKY: GIL’S MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHY
Art Shamsky discusses why Gil Hodges was a one-of-a-kind manager for the 1969 World Series champion Mets.
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SHAMSKY: ON AGEE IN THE ’69 WORLD SERIES
Art Shamsky explains why teammate Tommie Agee was vital for the Mets during the 1969 World Series.