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A MAJOR LEAGUE DAD
Ed Charles, the oldest member of the youthful Mets of 1968, started bringing his son Ed, Jr., to the ballpark to the delight of his teammates.
CHARLES IN CHARGE
Ed Charles closed out his MLB career as a Met, bringing a veteran presence to the team during their run to the postseason. It's possible he wore these cleats in 1969, when he played the hot corner in ...
ED CHARLES TOPPS CARD, 1969
Third baseman Ed Charles served as the club's elder statesman as the Mets made their run for the championship in 1969. The veteran scored the winning run during Game 2, as part of a 2-1 victory over t ...
ED CHARLES’S CHAMPIONSHIP RUN
Ed Charles was already a veteran player when he joined the Mets in 1967 at age 34. The veteran was still pretty light in his cleats, though, notching 279 games, 214 hits and 13 stolen bases in his th ...
TICKET TO METS HISTORY
The Mets won 95 games prior to September 24, 1969, but that day’s victory was the most important of the regular season. With a 6-0 win over the St. Louis Cardinals at home, the Mets clinched the NL Ea ...