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TOM IN ’72
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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AGEE’S ATTIRE FROM 1972
Tommie Agee played his final season as a Met in 1972. He led the team in hits (96) and was second in home runs, RBIs and stolen bases.
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TOM SEAVER 1972 ROAD JERSEY
Tom Seaver had established himself as one of MLB’s best pitchers by 1972, which was another All-Star season with 21 wins. It was the third time in his career with 20-plus wins on the year.
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A CLOSE WIN OUT WEST
Between the 1969 and 1973 World Series, the Mets maintained a solid roster of talent. A crew featuring Bud Harrelson, Willie Mays, Jerry Grote and others defeated the San Diego Padres, 2-1, at San Die ...
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TUG MCGRAW IN BRONZE
Tug McGraw was a Mets reliever for nearly a decade, serving as the emotional heart of the franchise in its early era. McGraw posted a 9-3 record with 12 saves during the 1969 championship season. By 1 ...
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RUSTY STAUB IN BRONZE
Known as “Le Grand Orange” from his time as a Montreal Expo, Rusty Staub came to the Mets in 1972 in a blockbuster trade. Staub contributed offensively during the run to the World Series the following ...
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METS STARS IN ACTION, 1972
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 ...