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A Steady Climb: 1967 Mets Yearbook
Every new season was a step in the right direction for the upstart Mets. And while 1967 was no grand leap forward, given that the Mets finished in the basement again, their ascension by decade’s end w ...
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Bound for Success: 1967 Mets Stat Book
Before modern technology made stat crunching as simple as a press of a button, staticians kept hand-written records in binders. The stat books provided utility in tracking output and telling stories o ...
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Breaking Out: Bud Harrelson 1967 Stats
After cups of coffee in 1965 and 1966, Bud Harrelson became a regular for the Mets in 1967. New York Daily News reporter Dick Young wrote of Harrelson in spring training: “[Manager] Wes Westrum thinks ...
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Dueling With Pitchers on 1967 Trip Out West
The Mets were up against strong pitching on a trip out west in June 1967, as recorded in a scorebook from the season. Houston Astro Mike Cuellar struck out 9 Mets in the June 1 game. The Mets made bet ...
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Ed Charles’s Championship Run: Cleats
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 thr ...
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Hits, Hits Hooray: 1967 Mets Scorecard
Tom Seaver was sharp during a 9-1 win over the Atlanta Braves in the first game of a doubleheader on the road. Longtime Mets employee Matt Winick noted in a scorebook the 17 Mets hits on the day to ba ...
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Houston, We Have a Mets Doubleheader: 1967
The Mets suffered a tough 8-0 shutout to the Houston Astros in the first game of a doubleheader at home. Jerry Koosman, who had a cup of coffee with the Mets that season, picked up his first career lo ...
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Keeping Up With Cleon Jones: 1967 Scorebook
Outfielder Cleon Jones had regular plate appearances in 1967. He put up a hot hitting streak in late June, getting at least one hit in games from June 21 to 29. He finished the season with 101 hits.
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Mets vs. Red Sox in Spring Training, 1967
Longtime Mets employee Matt Winick kept score of a spring training outing in St. Petersburg, an 8-2 loss to the Boston Red Sox. New York Daily News reporter Dick Young noted that at least the final sc ...
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Mets Wild 1967 Comeback Against Cardinals
Longtime Mets employee Matt Winick tallied a comeback 5-4 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in the first game of a doubleheader at home. Down 4-2 after six frames, the Mets scored a run in each of the ...