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2004 Mike Piazza Night at Shea Stadium
When Shea Stadium hosted Mike Piazza Night during the 2004 season, some of the greatest catchers in MLB history visited the stadium to pay tribute to the Mets backstop. Franchise hero Gary Carter, for ...
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40 Years at Shea: 2004 Mets Yearbook
Generations of Mets fans passed through the Shea Stadium turnstiles during its 40-year history, which the team celebrated in the 2004 season. There were a lot of memories — and a lot of Mets wins — ov ...
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A Mets Monument: Shea Stadium Replica
After the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants moved to California in 1958, National League baseball returned to New York City in 1962 with the Mets. Shea Stadium opened in 1964, and the Mets celebrat ...
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A Reyes Replica: Jose Reyes Bobblehead
Slugger Jose Reyes could teach a master class in triples and steals, leading the league in three-baggers in 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2011 and in stolen bases in 2005, 2006 and 2007. Reyes was known for th ...
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A Small Steve Trachsel: 2004 Bobblehead
Steve Trachsel was known for a slow work-up to a pitch, which earned him the nickname “The Human Rain Delay.” No matter the antics, Trachsel chipped in when the Mets needed him, including during the 2 ...
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Danny Garcia Brooklyn Cyclones Bobblehead
Before coming up with the Mets in 2003 and 2004, when this bobblehead debuted, Danny Garcia played for the Short-Season A affiliate Brooklyn Cyclones. In fact, Garcia was the first Cyclone to graduate ...
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David Wright Road Jersey: 2004 Patches
The 2004 season included several commemorative campaigns by the Mets, as shown by the patches and stitching on this David Wright road jersey. A blue and orange patch celebrated Shea Stadium’s 40th ann ...
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Digging Mike Piazza’s Results in the Dugout
Mets teammates bumped fists Mike Piazza in the Shea Stadium dugout during a 5-2 win over the Florida Marlins. Piazza hit his 13th home run of the season and tallied 4 RBIs in the game.
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Jose Reyes Autographed 2004 Road Jersey
The 2004 Mets jerseys featured commemorative Shea Stadium 40th anniversary patches, as well as sleeve stitching tributes to former Mets pitcher Tug McGraw. Jose Reyes batted .255 the season these jers ...
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Mad About Kazuo Matsui 2004 Bobblehead
Kazuo Matsui, affectionately known as “Kaz” by fans, made history in 2003 as the first Japanese infielder to sign with an MLB team. To emphasize the point, Kaz hit a home run in his first plate appear ...