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THESE 1969 METS MEANT BUSINESS
A second baseman, a pitcher and a catcher made up this set of 1969 World Series figurines. Ken Boswell had only one start in the Series, but he made his Game 3 appearance count with a leadoff single a ...
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GEE WHIZ, IT’S SHAMSKY, GENTRY AND AGEE
Kids and kids-at-heart salivated over this Amazin’ collectors toy set featuring the Game 3 heroes of the 1969 World Series. Platooning right fielder Art Shamsky got his only start of the Fall Classic, ...
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THE AMAZIN’ METS TRANSOGRAM TOYS
If you couldn’t put together a full set of 1969 baseball cards for your favorite World Series heroes, no problem. You could collect their figurines instead! In 1970, Transogram released five sets of M ...
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IT’S A MIRACLE SOMEONE SAVED THESE TOYS
Original Met Ed Kranepool, second baseman Al Weis and Cy Young winner Tom Seaver joined forces in a 1969 World Series toy collector set. Kranepool appeared only in Game 3, but he made his presence kno ...
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METS FIGURES IN ACTION
Want to relive it all over again? Get some Transogram 1969 World Series figurines! Ron Swoboda, Bud Harrelson and Donn Clendenon came up big for the Miracle Mets in the Fall Classic. With Swoboda’s am ...
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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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BALLIN’ WITH THE BULLPEN BUGGY
The Mets introduced their one-of-a kind bullpen car in 1967, which the team used to deliver relief pitchers to the mound in a pitching change. The “buggy” immediately proved popular with kids, who pla ...
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ROD GASPAR TOPPS CARD, 1970
Rookie Rod Gaspar appeared in 118 games for the Mets in 1969, plus six in the postseason. Gaspar’s rise to the Big Leagues was so quick that Topps likely didn’t have time to get a 1969 card printed fo ...
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DONN CLENDENON TOPPS CARD, 1970
Thanks in part to a memorable 2-run homer in Game 5, Donn Clendenon was the 1969 World Series MVP. Shown here on a 1970 Topps card, his first in a Mets uniform, Clendenon placed 13th in National Leagu ...
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WAYNE GARRETT TOPPS CARD, 1970
The platoon system utilized by manager Gil Hodges saw rookie Wayne Garrett appear in 124 games for the Mets in 1969 at positions including 2B, 3B and SS. His first season was impressive, and Hodges ca ...