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SHAMSKY: THE LEGACY OF GIL HODGES
Art Shamsky talks about his manager Gil Hodges, who skippered the 1969 World Series champion Mets.
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KRANEPOOL: ON SIGNING WITH THE METS
Although he grew up as a New York Yankees fan, Ed Kranepool explains his decision to sign with the Mets.
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SHAMSKY: GIL’S MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHY
Art Shamsky discusses why Gil Hodges was a one-of-a-kind manager for the 1969 World Series champion Mets.
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KRANEPOOL: REGARDING HIS ’69 WS HOME RUN
Ed Kranepool shares how it felt to hit a home run in Game 3 of the 1969 World Series.
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SHAMSKY: ON THE “CLUBHOUSE LAWYER”
Art Shamsky explains teammate Donn Clendenon’s role in the 1969 Mets locker room.
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SHAMSKY: FROM INJURY TO WS CHAMPION
Art Shamsky talks about overcoming adversity en route to winning the 1969 World Series.
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SHAMSKY: ON HIS FRIENDSHIP WITH AGEE
Art Shamsky discusses his relationship with Mets teammate Tommie Agee, including his last-minute role in Agee’s wedding.
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SHAMSKY: ON AGEE IN THE ’69 WORLD SERIES
Art Shamsky explains why teammate Tommie Agee was vital for the Mets during the 1969 World Series.
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SHAMSKY: ON MCGRAW BEING A CHARACTER
Art Shamsky shares a humorous story about Mets teammate Tug McGraw during a spring training game.
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SWOBODA: REGARDING GIL HODGES
Ron Swoboda explains the innovation of Gil Hodges, manager of the 1969 World Series champion Mets.