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Another Winning Team: 1989 Mets Yearbook
The Mets extended their winning-season streak into 1989, finishing 87-75 and second in the division. Howard Johnson broke out in an All-Star season, leading the Mets with 36 longballs. He also scored ...
Back at Home for Spring Training
Jay Horwitz, head of Mets public relations, talked with Darryl Strawberry and John Franco at Port St. Lucie in 2009. Strawberry was helping run the team’s annual media seminar while Franco had just st ...
Continued Success: 1988 Mets Yearbook
The Mets stayed hot in 1988, notching 100 wins for the second time in three seasons. Darryl Strawberry led the league in home runs, while David Cone posted a 20-3 record for an MLB-best .870 win-loss ...
Darryl Strawberry Mets Hall of Fame Plaque
The first overall draft pick in 1980, Darryl Strawberry began his career with the Mets in grand fashion by winning the 1983 NL Rookie of the Year award. He was a 7-time All-Star between 1984 and 1990 ...
Darryl Strawberry Signed Mets Jersey
Darryl Strawberry was an NL Rookie of the Year and a seven-time All-Star during his tenure with the Mets from 1983 to 1990. He undoubtedly wore out batting practice jerseys like this one as he batted ...
David Wright Breaks Franchise RBI Record
On April 25, 2012, David Wright slugged a two-run homer against Miami’s Mark Buehrle to break Darryl Strawberry’s franchise RBI record of 733. This is one of the bases that the Mets captain touched du ...
Gear in the Mets Dugout: Bats and Helmet
The Shea Stadium dugouts were well stocked with equipment, including Darryl Strawberry’s batting helmet and bat, and bats belonging to Howard Johnson, Kevin McReynolds and Keith Miller.
Mets 1989 Spanish-Language Yearbook
Baseball’s appeal extends far beyond the United States. In the decades after World War II, players from Central and South America started appearing on rosters and the influx of these international ath ...
Rising Stars: 1984 Mets Yearbook
The Mets were back to their winning ways in 1984, finishing above .500 for the first time in eight years. Leading the team were a trio of All-Stars: Keith Hernandez, Jesse Orosco and Darryl Strawberry ...
Rising Stars: 1985 Mets Information Guide
Keith Hernandez, Darryl Strawberry, Doc Gooden and more rising Mets stars graced the cover of the 1985 media guide.