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CONFORTO’S BAT FROM FINAL GAME OF 2015 WS
Michael Conforto was a rookie when the Mets appeared in the 2015 World Series against the Kansas City Royals. The young left fielder used this bat to notch 2 hits in Game 5 at Citi Field, but the Mets ...
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BAT USED BY MURPHY IN GAME 3 OF 2015 WS
Daniel Murphy was named 2015 NLCS MVP for his offensive explosion in the four-game sweep of the Chicago Cubs. He was quieter with this bat during Game 3 of the World Series, recording a walk and no hi ...
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WRIGHT HR BAT FROM GAME 3 OF ’15 WS
Captain David Wright gave Mets fans something to cheer about in the 1st inning of the first World Series game at Citi Field. Wright crushed a 2-run homer with this bat in Game 3 of the 2015 Series. Th ...
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WRIGHT’S 2015 POSTSEASON ROUND-TRIPPER BAT
In the first game at Citi Field during the 2015 World Series, David Wright went deep with this bat. He was 2-for-5 in Game 3, and his first-inning 2-run blast propelled the Mets to a 9-3 victory over ...
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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 team ...
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GAME-USED AND SIGNED MATT LAWTON BAT
The Mets acquired RF Matt Lawton in a mid-season trade with the Minnesota Twins in 2001. He may have used this bat in some of his 48 games as a Met.
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STAUB STACKS UP THE HITS
A decorative Cooperstown bat celebrated Rusty Staub for his remarkable achievement of becoming the only player with 500 hits on four MLB teams. Staub had two stints with the Mets, racking up 709 hits.
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DELGADO’S HOME RUN-HITTING SLUGGER
Carlos Delgado finished his MLB career as a Met from 2006 to 2009. In that time, he notched 104 home runs. Delgado may have used this Louisville Slugger when he hit 38 longballs in 2008, which led the ...