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A CLASSIC MOMENT
Jerry Grote offered a hand to Ed Kranepool during Game 3 of the 1969 World Series, the only game Kranepool played in during the Fall Classic. He took advantage of the opportunity, hitting an eighth-in ...
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. ...
CHALLENGING THE CUBS IN 1969 SCOREBOOK
With two wins over the Chicago Cubs at home, the Mets kept a 7-game July win streak alive. The series against their NL East rivals featured ninth-inning excitement. On July 8, the Mets were down 3-1 i ...
ED KRANEPOOL IN BRONZE
Ed Kranepool’s MLB career began in 1962, the same year the Mets first took the field. The Mets called up the 17-year-old to help a struggling team, and Kranepool stayed with the franchise through good ...
ED KRANEPOOL TOPPS CARD, 1969
Hometown hero Ed Kranepool spent his entire 18-year career with the Mets. He hit a home run in Game 3 of the 1969 World Series during the Mets defeat the Baltimore Orioles 5-0 in Shea Stadium.
ED KRANEPOOL: AN ORIGINAL MET
Bronx native Ed Kranepool got his start with the expansion Mets in their inaugural 1962 season. The 17-year-old signed with the club that June after a successful season at James Monroe High School, wh ...
ED’S THREADS FROM 1966
Ed Kranepool was a brand-new player for the brand-new Mets in 1962 when the 17-year-old got his first cup of coffee with the franchise. By the late 1960s, he’d become a mainstay of the dugout, pl ...
IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL
Ed Kranepool was a Met for the long haul, debuting in the inaugural season of 1962 and retiring after 1979. He wore this flannel in 1966, when he led the Mets with 16 home runs.
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 ...
IT’S A MIRACLE SOMEONE SAVED THESE TOYS
Original Met Ed Kranepool, second baseman Al Weis and Cy Young winner Tom Seaver joined forces in a 1969 World Series toy collector set. Kranepool appeared only in Game 3, but he made his presence kno ...