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1970 Mets Yearbook: World Champions!
The Mets rolled out the highlight reel from their recent World Series championship for the cover of the 1970 yearbook. The stars from the previous season provided Mets fans with the Hollywood ending t ...
A Mets Family Man: Al Weis and Daughter
Al Weis worked the Mets infield for four seasons, including the team’s run to the World Series in 1969.
A Value Add: Donn Clendenon Traded to Mets
After being traded mid-season by the Montreal Expos, Donn Clendenon made an impact as a Met in 1969. His offensive prowess guided the Mets to the postseason, and he would be named World Series MVP.
Bud Harrelson’s Hits: All-Star Game Bat
Bud Harrelson was named an All-Star for the first time in 1970. He notched 2 hits and 2 runs in the ASG, including a score in the 9th inning as part of a three-run NL rally to send the game to extras. ...
Come Along With Gil Hodges: 1970
A Mets publication invited fans to join their newly-crowned World Series champion team for another exciting season of baseball in 1970.
Fading Late in the Game: Mets 1970
Gil Hodges skippered the Mets in a close match against the San Francisco Giants, but the visitors scored 4 in the 9th to put the game away, 7-1. Willie Mays’s home run for the Giants that day was the ...
Party On: Mets 1970 Press-Radio-TV Guide
The World Series celebration rolled on in the 1970 Mets Press-Radio-TV Guide. The guide covered every game, every at-bat and every record set during the 1969 championship season.
Presidential First Pitch: Richard Nixon
The 1970 All-Star Game was officially underway after President Richard Nixon tossed out the ceremonial first pitch while Gil Hodges looked on, grinning. Though a particular fan of the Washington Senat ...
Strikeout Specialist Tom Seaver in 1970
Tom Seaver was well into his prime by 1970, with Cy Young and Rookie of the Year awards and a World Series title already in his cabinet. He continued his dominance with an 18-12 record that year, star ...
Swinging Like Swoboda: 1969 World Series
Ron Swoboda was a regular Mets outfielder between 1965 and 1970. He led the team with 6 hits during the 1969 World Series, but perhaps Swoboda is best remembered for his diving outfield catch in Game ...