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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 ...
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1972 Mets Yearbook: Stars in Action
The Mets roster was loaded with talent in 1972 and that season’s yearbook celebrated the big playmakers. Bud Harrelson and Cleon Jones led the team in runs and RBIs, respectively, while Tom Seaver was ...
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1972 Press-Radio-TV Guide Featuring Seaver
Tom Seaver was the best pitcher the Mets ever had and everyone knew it. The 1972 Mets Press-Radio-TV Guide profiled the pitcher, who was returning for his 6th season with the team.
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1973 NLCS: Jon Matlack Beats Pete Rose
Pete Rose, the future MLB all-time hits leader, made consistent contact during the 1973 NLCS. The Cincinnati Reds slugger recorded 2 home runs and 8 hits in the five-game series. Mets ace Jon Matlack ...
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1974 Tug McGraw Autographed Jersey
After 9 seasons on the bump for New York, Tug McGraw played his final season as a Met in 1974. Coming off his “Ya Gotta Believe” season, McGraw went 6-11 with 3 saves and 26 games finished. ...
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1975 Old-Timers Day Ring From Shea
Old-Timers Days were a tradition at Shea Stadium, where former players returned for exhibition games. More than 50 players participated in the 1975 event, including Ralph Kiner and Casey Stengel. Juli ...
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1975 Tom Seaver Topps Baseball Card
Tom Seaver capped off the 1975 season with his third Cy Young Award. He led the league in wins (22) and strikeouts (243). Seaver is one of only 10 pitchers in MLB history with at least three Cy Young ...
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1977 Mets Press-Radio-TV Guide
You can’t go wrong with pinstripes. The classic button-down pinstripes graced the cover of the 1977 Press-Radio-TV Guide, possibly as a farewell to the traditional uniform. The next season, the Mets w ...
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A Friendly Meeting of 1973 NLCS Opponents
Bud Harrelson talked shop with future National Baseball Hall of Famer Joe Morgan prior to a 1973 NLCS game at Shea Stadium. The final three games of the series were held at Shea, where the Mets went 2 ...
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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.