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METS HALL OF FAME PLAQUE OF ’69 WINNER
Cleon Jones had a career year in 1969 and it couldn’t have come at a better time. Jones was named to the All-Star team while hitting a career-best .340. At the plate and in the outfield, Jones helped ...
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METS HALL OF FAME PLAQUE OF LIFELONG MET
Ed Kranepool grew up with the franchise, arriving in the majors in 1962 at the age of 17. A native New Yorker, Kranepool stayed with the Mets for his entire 18-year career, which included World Series ...
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METS HALL OF FAME PLAQUE FOR GROTE THE GREAT
Jerry Grote caught every inning for the Mets during their 1969 and 1973 World Series appearances. After 12 seasons with the club from 1966 to 1977, Grote ranks among the franchise leaders in games pla ...
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MAGNIFICENT MOOKIE METS HALL OF FAME PLAQUE
Mookie Wilson’s exciting style of play made him a fan favorite in the mid-1980s. As a young player, he energized the team, which proved to be an invaluable trait during the 1986 World Series. In Game ...
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TUG MCGRAW METS HALL OF FAME PLAQUE
“Ya Gotta Believe!” Tug McGraw used this rallying cry as the Mets made an impossible postseason run in 1973 by barely taking the NL East division title, pulling an upset NLCS victory and appearing in ...
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METS HALL OF FAME PLAQUE OF FIRST TEAM CAPTAIN
The Mets selected their first official team captain in 1987, when Keith Hernandez’s talent on the field and leadership in the clubhouse made him a natural for the title. Traded to the Mets in 1983, He ...
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GAME-USED LA PRIMERA SERIE BALL, 1996
The Mets and the San Diego Padres met in the three-game La Primera Serie in Monterrey, Mexico in August 1996. This ball was used in the series, when the Mets fell, 2-1. They would travel again in 2000 ...
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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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HUNDLEY’S HOME RUN SEASON
Todd Hundley made history when he used this bat to crush a three-run homer to deep right field at Shea Stadium on September 14, 1996. It was his 41st longball of the season, the most by any catcher in ...
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METS-COLORED 1992 OPENING DAY BASEBALL
Hardball returned to Shea Stadium for the 1992 season opener, when this commemorative baseball debuted. The Mets lost to the Montreal Expos, 4-0, but according to center fielder Howard Johnson, “If yo ...