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SHAMSKY: ON METS DOING THE IMPOSSIBLE IN ’69
Art Shamsky shares his thoughts on the meaning of a Mets victory in the 1969 World Series.
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SHAMSKY: THE BEAUTY OF THE ’69 METS
Art Shamsky explains why memories still mean so much to his 1969 World Series team.
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SHAMSKY: ON THE MIRACLES IN 1969
The Mets faced obstacles, as well as miracles, during the 1969 championship season, Art Shamsky explains.
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SHAMSKY: ON THE WINNING WAYS OF ’69 METS
Former Met Art Shamsky details the secret to the team’s success during the 1969 championship season.
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SHAMSKY: ON WHAT MADE THE METS AMAZIN’
Former player Art Shamsky discusses the importance of the Mets’ roots leading up to the 1969 World Series.
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SHAMSKY: REGARDING TOM SEAVER’S LEGACY
Art Shamsky discusses the effectiveness of Tom Seaver, a teammate on the 1969 World Series champion Mets.
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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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POSTER BOYS
The Mets had plenty of standouts during the 1969 season. Each player was a piece to the larger puzzle of capturing the first World Series championship in franchise history.
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THE CATCH OF THE DAY
Game 3 of the 1969 World Series was best remembered for Tommie Agee’s two amazing catches. His grabs in the 4th and 7th innings happened with runners on base; his work undoubtedly kept the Baltimore O ...
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THE TOOLS OF THE TRADE
Art Shamsky had his choice of bats in the Shea Stadium dugout before stepping up to the plate. In four seasons as a Met, Shamsky batted .266 with 316 hits.