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CONSTRUCTING THE PAST
When the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum first opened on June 12, 1939, the sport already had a long tradition in the United States. New York City in particular remained the epicenter of the ...
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PLUMMER’S BRICK: A TRUE MET
Jimmy Plummer was the heart of the Mets front office for 31 years. “Plum” tragically passed away in 2008 from a heart attack after receiving transplant surgery. Fans and employees alike noted that Plu ...
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PLUMMER’S BRICK: HE BELIEVED
Along with his 31 years of employment with the Mets, Jimmy Plummer was also known for his unwaivering dedication to the organization and friendships with all those involved.
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PLUMMER’S BRICK: HOMETOWN JOURNEY
Jimmy Plummer first started with the larger Mets organization as a batboy for the minor league club in his hometown of Marion, Virginia. After working as the team’s general manager, he moved to the ma ...
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PLUMMER’S BRICK: 31 YEARS
As part of the Citi Field Fanwalk, the Mets Foundation sponsored a brick honoring Jimmy Plummer. “Plum” was a 31-year Mets front office employee and was fondly remembered by players and staff for his ...
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PLUMMER’S BRICK: YA GOTTA BELIEVE
Longtime Mets employee Jimmy Plummer received the 2008 Ya Gotta Believe award, named after a storied phrase uttered by Mets pitcher Tug McGraw. The award was given annually to members of the organizat ...