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Bud Harrelson’s Hits: All-Star Game Bat
Bud Harrelson was named an All-Star for the first time in 1970. He notched 2 hits and 2 runs in the ASG, including a score in the 9th inning as part of a three-run NL rally to send the game to extras. ...
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Close Win Out West: 1972 Lineup Card
Between the 1969 and 1973 World Series, the Mets maintained a solid roster of talent. A crew featuring Bud Harrelson, Willie Mays, Jerry Grote and others defeated the San Diego Padres, 2-1, at San Die ...
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David Cone Shuts Down the Cards
The Mets scored early and often against the St. Louis Cardinals in this early-season 1991 game, connecting for 6 runs and 16 hits to bring home the victory, 6-2. David Cone had the complete game win. ...
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Familiar Face: Bud Harrelson as Manager
From 1969 champion to skipper of the team. Former Mets player and current coach Bud Harrelson took over as manager midway through the 1990 season, finishing with a 71-49 record. Harrelson managed the ...
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Meeting on the Mound: 1973 World Series
Bud Harrelson gave Jerry Koosman some words of encouragement on the bump during an outing in the 1973 World Series. The Mets defeated the Oakland Athletics in both games that Koosman started. He twirl ...
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Mets Meet on the Mound in 1973 NLCS
Mets ace Jerry Koosman (no. 36) conferred with his teammates during a 1973 NLCS outing. Koosman had a strong complete game performance in Game 3, tossing 9 strikeouts and limiting the Big Red Machine ...
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Paging Bud Harrelson: 1969 Mets Yearbook
Bud Harrelson first wore a Mets uniform in 1965 and became a fan favorite during his 13-year stint in New York. The SS showed out in the Mets’ first-ever postseason appearance, Game 1 of the 1969 NLCS ...
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Swoboda, Harrelson & Clendenon Figures
Want to relive it all over again? Get some Transogram 1969 World Series figurines! Ron Swoboda, Bud Harrelson and Donn Clendenon came up big for the Miracle Mets in the Fall Classic. With Swoboda’s am ...
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Teaming Up: 1969 Mets Keys to Success
Mets infielders Al Weis, Bud Harrelson and Art Shamsky were essential to the team’s postseason success in 1969. Shamsky broke out for 7 hits in the NLCS, while Harrelson notched a clutch two-run tripl ...