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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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1972 Mets Yearbook: Stars in Action
The Mets roster was loaded with talent in 1972 and that season’s yearbook celebrated the big playmakers. Bud Harrelson and Cleon Jones led the team in runs and RBIs, respectively, while Tom Seaver was ...
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2002 Mets Yearbook: The 40th Anniversary
Mets legends remain a cherished part of the franchise’s history and the team celebrated some of them during the club’s 40th anniversary season. From inaugural manager Casey Stengel and Tom “The Franch ...
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A Friendly Meeting of 1973 NLCS Opponents
Bud Harrelson talked shop with future National Baseball Hall of Famer Joe Morgan prior to a 1973 NLCS game at Shea Stadium. The final three games of the series were held at Shea, where the Mets went 2 ...
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All-Star Gallery: 1973 Mets Yearbook
By 1973, the Mets had sent close to a dozen individual players to the All-Star Game. Tom Seaver and Willie Mays were the Mets representatives that year, and their roster was full of former All-Stars. ...
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Breaking Out: Bud Harrelson 1967 Stats
After cups of coffee in 1965 and 1966, Bud Harrelson became a regular for the Mets in 1967. New York Daily News reporter Dick Young wrote of Harrelson in spring training: “[Manager] Wes Westrum thinks ...
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Bud Harrelson Mets Hall of Fame Bust
Bud Harrelson played shortstop for the Mets from 1965 to 1977 and returned as a coach in 1986. In 1990, he replaced Davey Johnson as manager of the team. Harrelson is the only Met to have been a membe ...
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Bud Harrelson Mets Hall of Fame Plaque
Bud Harrelson played shortstop for the Mets from 1965 to 1977. His outstanding defense in the 1969 World Series was one of the keys to a Miracle Mets victory. He returned as a coach in 1986 and replac ...
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Bud Harrelson Takes a Hack: 1969 NLCS
Bud Harrelson took a rip at a pitch during Game 3 of the 1969 NLCS. Although Harrelson went 0-for-3 with a sacrifice fly, the Mets won, 7-4, ending the series in a sweep of the Atlanta Braves.
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Bud Harrelson’s Hat From Long Mets Career
By 1969, Bud Harrelson was in his fifth season as a Met. He notched a key two-run triple in Game 1 of the NLCS to add to a 9-5 Mets win over the Atlanta Braves on the road. He would end up with 13 sea ...