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WRIGHT BOBBLEHEAD FROM FIRST ALL-STAR SEASON
The Mets honored David Wright with a bobblehead giveaway at the end of the 2006 season. Wright was named an All-Star for the first time that year, when he led the team in doubles (40) and RBIs (116, t ...
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TOYING WITH MR. MET
While other MLB teams issued player figurines to celebrate their teams in the 1960s, the Mets selected their mascot, Mr. Met, for one of their earliest nodders in 1965. Although the team let Mr. Met’s ...
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BELTING IT WITH THE BELTRAN BOBBLEHEAD
The Mets got their own “Mr. October” when they signed postseason power-hitter Carlos Beltran in 2005, the year his bobblehead was issued. He earned an All-Star nod in his first year as a Met, then bro ...
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A BOBBLEHEAD WITH MO POWER
First baseman Mo Vaughn was well into his career when he became a Met in 2002, and his experience showed. In the second game of the season, Vaughn hit his 300th career home run. He followed it up on J ...
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A SECOND WITH 2ND BASEMAN WILLIE RANDOLPH
After a long tenure with the crosstown rival New York Yankees, Willie Randolph ended his playing career in 1992 as a Met for one final season at second base. Randolph would return to Shea Stadium in 2 ...
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A PRO WHO COULD THROW, PEDRO MARTINEZ
With a pitching legacy that included Tom Seaver, Doc Gooden, Jerry Koosman, Jon Matlack and Nolan Ryan, the Mets have had some of the best talent in baseball. The addition of Pedro Martinez in 2005 ad ...
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THE TALES BOBBLEHEADS CAN TELL
Bobbleheads can be traced back as early as the 1600s, but MLB nodders really cornered the market in the 1960s, the same decade the expansion Mets took the field. This long-necked player harkened back ...
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MAJOR NEWS ABOUT DANNY GARCIA
Before coming up with the Mets in 2003 and 2004, when this bobblehead debuted, Danny Garcia played for the Short-Season A affiliate Brooklyn Cyclones. In fact, Garcia was the first Cyclone to graduate ...
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A STYLISH SHINJO BOBBLEHEAD
Japanese-born outfielder Tsuyoshi Shinjo lit up the field with his style and attitude as much as his offensive prowess. Orange wristbands were just one of the outfielder’s trademarks. The Mets distrib ...
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A PINT-SIZED PEDRO
Just 5’11” and 170 pounds, righty Pedro Martinez was one of the most powerful hurlers in baseball history. His skill came in his extraordinary talent for five different pitches: the four-seam fastball ...