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A CLOSE WIN OUT WEST
Between the 1969 and 1973 World Series, the Mets maintained a solid roster of talent. A crew featuring Bud Harrelson, Willie Mays, Jerry Grote and others defeated the San Diego Padres, 2-1, at San Die ...
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A FAMILIAR FACE, 1990
From 1969 champion to skipper of the team. Former Mets player and current coach Bud Harrelson took over as manager midway through the 1990 season, finishing with a 71-49 record. Harrelson managed the ...
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A FRIENDLY MEETING OF 1973 NLCS OPPONENTS
Bud Harrelson talked shop with future National Baseball Hall of Famer Joe Morgan prior to a 1973 NLCS game at Shea Stadium. The final three games of the series were held at Shea, where the Mets went 2 ...
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ALL-STAR GALLERY, 1973
By 1973, the Mets had sent close to a dozen individual players to the All-Star Game. Tom Seaver and Willie Mays were the Mets representatives that year, and their roster was full of former All-Stars. ...
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BUD BREAKS OUT IN ’67 STAT BOOK
After cups of coffee in 1965 and 1966, Bud Harrelson became a regular for the Mets in 1967. New York Daily News reporter Dick Young wrote of Harrelson in spring training: "[Manager] Wes Westr ...
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BUD HARRELSON IN BRONZE
Bud Harrelson played shortstop for the Mets from 1965 to 1977 and returned as a coach in 1986. In 1990, he replaced Davey Johnson as manager of the team. Harrelson is the only Met to have been a membe ...
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BUD HARRELSON TOPPS CARD, 1969
Bud Harrelson had 2 RBI hits in the 1969 NLCS to help the Mets reach the World Series. He would later coach the team in the 1986 Series, the only person to play a role in both Mets world championships ...
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CONE SHUTS DOWN THE CARDS
The Mets scored early and often against the St. Louis Cardinals in this early-season 1991 game, connecting for 6 runs and 16 hits to bring home the victory, 6-2. David Cone had the complete game win. ...
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HARRELSON TAKES A HACK DURING NLCS
Bud Harrelson took a rip at a pitch during Game 3 of the 1969 NLCS. Although Harrelson went 0-for-3 with a sacrifice fly, the Mets won, 7-4, ending the series in a sweep of the Atlanta Braves.
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HARRELSON’S GREATEST HITS
Bud Harrelson was named an All-Star for the first time in 1970. He notched 2 hits and 2 runs in the ASG, including a score in the 9th inning as part of a three-run NL rally to send the game to extras. ...