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BOLDLY GOING WHERE NO MET HAS GONE BEFORE
The Mets were on the road against the Atlanta Braves in Games 1 and 2 of the 1969 NLCS. While the Braves pitching staff included future National Baseball Hall of Famer Phil Niekro and closer Cecil Ups ...
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RECORDING THE LAST OUT
Remember their humble beginnings? The Mets went from last-place newcomers in 1962 to top of the National League by 1969. Cleon Jones helped seal the team’s elite status by catching the final out of ...
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BACK IN BLACK: WRIGHT ALTERNATE JERSEY
David Wright donned black alternate home jerseys between 2004 and 2011, when the Mets took part in a popular uniform trend in baseball during that era. He was named to five All-Star teams in that span ...
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WRIGHT’S JERSEY FROM HISTORIC WIN
David Wright took the field for hundreds of Mets victories, but perhaps none was more historically significant for the franchise than win no. 4,000. In that game, the Mets defeated the Atlanta Brave ...
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SIGNED ROBERTO ALOMAR BAT
Future Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar was traded to the Mets before the 2002 season, coming off of three All-Star seasons as a Cleveland Indian. In New York, Alomar may have used this bat when he led th ...
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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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MOOKIE A HIT WITH METS
Center fielder Mookie Wilson, a Mets regular during the 1980s, signed this Louisville Slugger. His offensive work made him a franchise record leader, placing in the top 10 all-time for hits, singles a ...
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MO VAUGHN’S CRACKED OLD HICKORY BAT
Mo Vaughn came to the Mets in 2002 after a trade with the Anaheim Angels. The former AL MVP played 1B for two seasons in New York. He had some power behind his swing, as evidenced by the crack a few i ...
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SIGNED KEITH HERNANDEZ SLUGGER
As a Met, Keith Hernandez was known for his Gold Glove work at first base. He also showed tremendous talent in the batter’s box, especially during the 1986 championship season. Hernandez led the tea ...
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GARY’S GOING-AWAY GLOVE
With 600 games as a Mets backstop, Gary Carter played his final one for New York on September 30, 1989. He used this glove in the 7-2 defeat of the Pittsburgh Pirates in 11 innings on the road. As a M ...