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WRIGHT’S FINAL SEASON IN SHEA
To celebrate their final season at Shea Stadium in 2008, the Mets wore commemorative jersey patches dedicated to the venue. David Wright hit 70 home runs at Shea Stadium, including 21 during that clos ...
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SHEA GOODBYE POSTER SIGNED BY METS LEGENDS
Shea Stadium was home to incredible history and remarkable players over 45 seasons. Many of the Mets World Series heroes signed a poster for the stadium’s sendoff, including Cleon Jones, Jerry Grote, ...
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GAME-USED BALL FROM FINAL GAME AT SHEA
More than 56,000 fans filled Shea Stadium for the final game at the venue, in which this ball was used. The game was mostly a tie, until the Florida Marlins pulled away in the 8th inning and defeated ...
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METS MAGAZINE SAYS GOODBYE TO SHEA
Mets Magazine put out a collector’s special edition for the team’s final slate of games at Shea Stadium. Nearly 368,000 fans attended the six remaining outings at the stadium. The Mets went 3 ...
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FOUR MILLION FANS AT SHEA, 2008
The Mets played their final season at Shea Stadium in 2008, their longstanding home for over four decades. More than 4 million fans came out during the season to cheer on the Mets and pay respects to ...
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A GIFT FROM SANTA-NA
Southpaw Johan Santana brought powerhouse pitching to the Mets when he signed on for the 2008 season, the same year this bobblehead debuted. He established dominance on Opening Day with a win against ...
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WRIGHT SIGNED BASE FROM SHEA’S FINAL SEASON
Team captain David Wright wrote “Goodbye Shea” on a base used in the first 3 innings of a game in the stadium’s final season. He notched 2 hits, but the Mets fell to the Florida Marlins, 7-3. ...