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1993 Mets Yearbook: 30 Seasons at Shea
In 1993, the Mets celebrated 30 years at Shea Stadium, a venue that had hosted two World Series, four NLCS and millions of happy Mets fans.
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1994 Yearbook Honoring Miracle Mets
The 1994 yearbook commemorated the 25th anniversary of the Mets’ miraculous 1969 World Series victory. Since then, the team had returned to the Fall Classic twice and won a second championship in 1986 ...
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1995 Mets Yearbook: After the Strike
The Mets were ready for action in 1995 after a players’ strike shortened the previous season. They finished second in an NL East Division dominated by the eventual World Series winners, the Atlanta Br ...
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A Cup of Joe With John Franco
Pitcher John Franco handed out cups of coffee during an offseason event with Mets fans. The Mets closer had a boost of energy during the 1996 season, posting a stellar 1.83 ERA in 54 innings pitched.
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A Meet and Greet With John Franco
Do you wish you had a John Franco signed ball of your own? The Mets ace chatted with fans in early 1996, giving out some autographs along the way. After 14 seasons in New York, Franco would go down as ...
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A New Mets Crew in 1992
The Mets brought in a new manager in 1992, Jeff Torborg. Along with Bobby Bonilla, a recent acquisition from the Pittsburgh Pirates who had just completed four consecutive All-Star seasons, the Mets h ...
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A View of the Rockies: Game Ticket
The NL expansion Colorado Rockies played their first-ever game at Shea Stadium against the Mets. Fans with tickets to the season opener, such as this one for the grandstand, watched Dwight Gooden work ...
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Back in the Playoffs: 1999 Mets Yearbook
After a red-hot 97-66 season, the Mets returned to the postseason in 1999 for the first time in over a decade. They defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks in the NLDS, then faced a tough Atlanta Braves tea ...
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Ball From First MLB Series in Mexico
MLB went south to Monterrey, Mexico, for the first time with the 1996 La Primera Serie. This ball was used in the three-game affair, which the Mets lost to the San Diego Padres, 2-1. In the first game ...
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Bud Harrelson Mets Hall of Fame Bust
Bud Harrelson played shortstop for the Mets from 1965 to 1977 and returned as a coach in 1986. In 1990, he replaced Davey Johnson as manager of the team. Harrelson is the only Met to have been a membe ...