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’69 METS ROSTER ON WORLD CHAMPION PENNANT
The Mets put together a winning club in 1969 en route to the first World Series championship in franchise history. The lineup included future Cy Young Award winner Tom Seaver and future WS MVP Donn Cl ...
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A VALUE ADD
After being traded mid-season by the Montreal Expos, Donn Clendenon made an impact as a Met in 1969. His offensive prowess guided the Mets to the postseason, and he would be named World Series MVP.
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CLENDENON’S BATTERED BAT
Donn Clendenon went heavy on the pine tar to get a good grip on his bats. You can almost smell the tar on this one! We don't know if the pine tar was responsible for key hits during the 1969 postseaso ...
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CLEON JONES IN BRONZE
Cleon Jones spent 12 great seasons in New York, with none better than 1969. He was named an All-Star and hit a career-best .340 that year, helping the Mets to their first World Series in franchise his ...
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DONN CLENDENON TOPPS CARD, 1970
Thanks in part to a memorable 2-run homer in Game 5, Donn Clendenon was the 1969 World Series MVP. Shown here on a 1970 Topps card, his first in a Mets uniform, Clendenon placed 13th in National Leagu ...
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DONNING A SMILE
Following his mid-season trade to the Mets in 1969, Donn Clendenon stayed in New York in 1970 and 1971. As a Met, Clendenon batted .267 with 45 home runs and 230 hits.
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FRIENDLY RIVALRIES
Shea Stadium hosted some of the National League's all-time greats during the late 1960s. Roberto Clemente, Willie McCovey and Maury Wills were among them, as well as future Mets Donn Clendenon, Rusty ...
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METS FIGURES IN ACTION
Want to relive it all over again? Get some Transogram 1969 World Series figurines! Ron Swoboda, Bud Harrelson and Donn Clendenon came up big for the Miracle Mets in the Fall Classic. With Swoboda's am ...
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METS LEVEL THE SCORE IN GAME 2 OF ’69 WS
After losing the first game of the 1969 World Series to the Baltimore Orioles, the Mets evened things up in Game 2 with a 2-1 win on the road. New York Post reporter Maury Allen circled on hi ...
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ON THE OFFENSIVE
Donn Clendenon put on a show during the 1969 World Series, recording 3 home runs and a .357 batting average. His offensive production was recognized as he was named Series MVP.