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A PAIR OF ACES
Two rookie hurlers took the mound for the Mets in 1968: Jerry Koosman and Nolan Ryan. Koosman was an All-Star and finished in a close second place in NL Rookie of the Year voting. Ryan recorded 133 st ...
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A PRO WHO COULD THROW, PEDRO MARTINEZ
With a pitching legacy that included Tom Seaver, Doc Gooden, Jerry Koosman, Jon Matlack and Nolan Ryan, the Mets have had some of the best talent in baseball. The addition of Pedro Martinez in 2005 ad ...
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NOLAN RYAN TOPPS CARD, 1969
Before he became MLB's all-time strikeout leader (a title he still holds as of 2019), Nolan Ryan was a reliever and spot starter for the Mets. He earned a win in relief in Game 3 of the NLCS and a sav ...
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PITCHING WAS THE NAME OF THE GAME
MLB went down as the Year of the Pitcher in 1968, and the Mets had a bullpen set to follow the trend for the '69 season. Tom Seaver was a 25-game and Cy Young Award winner. Seaver and Jerry Koosman we ...
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PLAYERS SET TO DO AMAZIN’ THINGS
Each player in this Transogram 1969 World Series collector toy set is the stuff of Mets legend. Future Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan earned the save in Game 3, the only Fall Classic appearance in his 27-se ...
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PUNCHING THEIR TICKET TO THE FALL CLASSIC
With Games 1 and 2 victories on the road, the Mets ended the 1969 NLCS in a sweep by winning Game 3 at Shea Stadium. Nolan Ryan earned the win as the Mets rolled the Atlanta Braves, 7-4. The cost to w ...
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SHAMSKY: ON THE WINNING WAYS OF ’69 METS
Former Met Art Shamsky details the secret to the team's success during the 1969 championship season.
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SWOBODA: REGARDING THE ’69 PITCHERS
Ron Swoboda discusses his teammates and the 1969 Mets bullpen.
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THE COMPLETE PACKAGE
The Mets went the distance to the 1969 World Series thanks to a strong bullpen. Pitching coach Rube Walker oversaw the likes of Tom Seaver, Jerry Koosman, Nolan Ryan and other aces.
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THE PLAY BY RYAN IN ’69 NLCS WAS OFFENSIVE
Nolan Ryan was productive both on the mound and in the batter's box during Game 3 of the 1969 NLCS. In 7 innings of work, Ryan recorded 7 strikeouts and gave up just 2 runs. Offensively, he hit 2 sing ...