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A FAMILY MAN
Al Weis worked the Mets infield for four seasons, including the team’s run to the World Series in 1969.
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TEAMING UP
Mets infielders Al Weis, Bud Harrelson and Art Shamsky were essential to the team’s postseason success in 1969. Shamsky broke out for 7 hits in the NLCS, while Harrelson notched a clutch two-run tripl ...
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WINDING UP WITH WEIS
Al Weis joined the Mets in 1968 and remained in New York until 1971. He was a clutch hitter in the 1969 World Series, posting a .455 batting average.
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AL WEIS GOES TO BAT FOR THE METS
In 1968, his first season as a Met, Al Weis made 301 plate appearances and ended up with a .172 batting average. Admittedly, Weis was known more for his defense than his offense, but his bat would del ...
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AL WEIS IN THE SWINGING SIXTIES
Al Weis made his Mets debut in 1968 after being traded from the Chicago White Sox. The switch-hitter played in 90 games, recording 47 hits, 15 runs and 14 RBIs.
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IT’S A MIRACLE SOMEONE SAVED THESE TOYS
Original Met Ed Kranepool, second baseman Al Weis and Cy Young winner Tom Seaver joined forces in a 1969 World Series toy collector set. Kranepool appeared only in Game 3, but he made his presence kno ...
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AL WEIS TOPPS CARD, 1969
Light-hitting infielder Al Weis put the ball in play when it counted during the 1969 postseason. He drove in the winning run in Game 2 of the World Series (a 2-1 Mets win) and hit a solo shot to tie u ...
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WEIS’S WONDERFUL SERIES
Al Weis saw limited play during the 1969 NLCS, but he broke out during the World Series in a big way. In Game 2, Weis hit a ninth-inning RBI single to give the Mets the late lead and eventually the 2- ...