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“Meet the Mets” in 1963
While most fans think the team’s theme song, “Meet the Mets” and the Mr. Met mascot were as old as the team, both were introduced in the Mets’ second season of 1963. Fans Ruth Roberts and Bill Katz pe ...
1965 Mets Yearbook
After an earlier debut to fans, Mr. Met earned a shout-out in the 1965 yearbook as “the most versatile little elf since Snow White met the Seven Dwarfs.” The lovable mascot kept rooters in high spirit ...
1966 Mets Press-Radio-TV Guide
The 1966 Mets Press-Radio-TV Guide had loads of useful facts for reporters covering the team, including the names of the only two remaining Mets from the Expansion Draft of 1961: Chris Cannizarro and ...
1969 “We’re No. 1” Mets Pennant
By claiming the 1969 World Series title, the Amazin’ Mets were finally no. 1 in MLB.
1969 Cleon Jones MVP Plaque
Chrysler-Plymouth was an early Mets sponsor and the company’s tri-state advertising association named Cleon Jones as MVP in 1969. The award was dated on July 9, when Tom Seaver had a near no-hitter ag ...
1969 Go-Go Mets Button
Fans adopted the “Go-Go Mets” slogan in the franchise’s earliest seasons, and the phrase was used in full force during the 1969 World Series. Buttons were commonly worn by rooters at Shea Stadium, inc ...
1969 Mets Commissioner’s Trophy
The Amazin’ Mets showed grit and teamwork by capping off the 1969 season with a World Series title and the first Commissioner’s Trophy in franchise history.
1969 Mets National League Champions Pen
Would a pennant have been good enough? Maybe, though we’ll never know for sure. Fans were elated to see their favorite team capture its first league championship against the Atlanta Braves.
1969 Mets NL Champions Pennant
The Mets swept the Atlanta Braves in the 1969 NLCS, securing the first National League pennant in team history. Their next stop was the World Series against the Baltimore Orioles.
1969 Mets NLCS Pennant With Team Photo
The 1969 Mets surprised the baseball world by going from worst to first in the National League. Their 100-62 record was the best in franchise history at the time, and many considered them the greatest ...