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1969 Al Weis Topps Baseball Card
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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1969 Bud Harrelson Topps Baseball Card
Bud Harrelson had 2 RBI hits in the 1969 NLCS to help the Mets reach the World Series. He would later coach the team in the 1986 Series, the only person to play a role in both Mets world championships ...
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1969 Cleon Jones Topps Baseball Card
Cleon Jones hit .340 for the Mets in the 1969 regular season and .429 in the NLCS sweep of the Atlanta Braves. In the World Series, he caught the final out to seal the 1969 championship for the Mets.
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1969 Topps Card With Duffy Dyer
Catcher Duffy Dyer was among the National League players featured on special Rookie Stars cards during the 1969 season. His pinch-hit home run on Opening Day 1969 quickly made him a fan favorite.
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1975 Tom Seaver Topps Baseball Card
Tom Seaver capped off the 1975 season with his third Cy Young Award. He led the league in wins (22) and strikeouts (243). Seaver is one of only 10 pitchers in MLB history with at least three Cy Young ...
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A Pair of Aces: Topps 1968 Rookies Card
Two rookie hurlers took the mound for the Mets in 1968: Jerry Koosman and Nolan Ryan. Koosman was an All-Star and finished in a close second place in NL Rookie of the Year voting. Ryan recorded 133 st ...
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A Valued Draft Pick: Gil Hodges
The Mets selected Gil Hodges as the 14th pick of the 1961 expansion draft, and the veteran 1B spent the final two seasons of his playing career with New York City’s new baseball team. Hodges would ret ...
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Art Shamsky Topps Baseball Card
Art Shamsky spent four seasons with the Mets and played an instrumental role in the 1969 campaign. His 7 hits in the NLCS against the Atlanta Braves led both teams and helped the Mets sweep their sout ...
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At the Topps of His Game: Mike Piazza
Mike Piazza was no stranger to appearing on baseball cards. Topps issued a special card during the 2016 season marking his no. 31 jersey retirement by the Mets.
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Curtis Granderson Topps Baseball Card
Veteran Curtis Granderson fit into the 2015 postseason lineup as the leadoff hitter, posting a .283 batting average.