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1986 World Series Game-Used Ball
The Mets faced the Boston Red Sox in the 1986 World Series, winning the title for the second championship in franchise history. The scuffed logo on this ball shows obvious wear: was it caused by one o ...
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2015 World Series Game 3-Used Ball
The Mets bounced back in Game 3 of the 2015 World Series, their only win of the Fall Classic. David Wright and Curtis Granderson each knocked out two-run homers, while Noah Syndergaard recorded 6 stri ...
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Ball From Final Game at the Polo Grounds
After hosting more than seven decades of New York City baseball, the Polo Grounds held its final game on September 18, 1963. This ball was used in the outing, a 5-1 Mets loss to the Philadelphia Phill ...
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Ball From First MLB Series in Mexico
MLB went south to Monterrey, Mexico, for the first time with the 1996 La Primera Serie. This ball was used in the three-game affair, which the Mets lost to the San Diego Padres, 2-1. In the first game ...
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Ball From Pete Alonso’s First Hit
Washington Nationals pitcher Justin Miller tossed this baseball for a strike during Pete Alonso’s MLB debut. While he didn’t get all of this pitch, Alonso punched the next one to center field for a si ...
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Bartolo Colon’s 220th Win: Game-Used Ball
Bartolo Colon was lights-out in a 4-1 defeat of the Atlanta Braves at home, recording his 220th career win. The victory made him second on the list for most wins by a Dominican pitcher. This ball was ...
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Baseball From Mets First Citi Field Win
Citi Field saw its first Mets win in a 7-2 victory over the San Diego Padres. The Mets broke out with a four-run inning in the 7th, and Carlos Delgado hit a home run in the 8th to truly put the game o ...
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Baseball From Shea Stadium Dedication
Casey Stengel was the first Mets manager and also the first manager to skipper the team at Shea Stadium. Along with players such as Larry Bearnarth, Rod Kanehl and Jack Fisher, Stengel autographed thi ...
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Baseball From Shea Stadium’s Inaugural Game
After two seasons at the Polo Grounds, the Mets played the first game at Shea Stadium, their new home, in 1964. They battled the Pittsburgh Pirates well but ultimately lost, 4-3. Manager Casey Stengel ...
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Baseball From Wright’s Record Walk-Off Game
The captain does it again! David Wright connected in the 9th inning with an RBI single that won the game, a 5-4 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers at home. This ball was used during the game, in which ...