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1986 Mets Information Guide: 25th Season
The Mets went over the top to celebrate their silver anniversary, gifting themselves some serious bling. Doc Gooden, the previous season’s Cy Young Award winner, led the team to their second-ever Worl ...
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 ...
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 ...
Dr. K Will See You Now: Dwight Gooden
This toy immortalizes a straight-up prodigy. Dwight Gooden was named NL Rookie of the Year and Cy Young runner-up in 1984, then seized the NL Cy Young Award in 1985 — all before his 21st birthday. Tho ...
Dwight Gooden Mets Hall of Fame Plaque
Nineteen-year-old Dwight “Doc” Gooden debuted with the Mets in 1984 and promptly set the baseball world on fire. He led the league in strikeouts and was named NL Rookie of the Year. In his sophomore T ...
Dwight Gooden Pullover Jersey
Doc Gooden was a Mets ace for 11 seasons. He broke out in 1984 as NL Rookie of the Year and earned the NL Cy Young Award the following season. As a Met, Gooden was a 4-time All-Star, twice the MLB str ...
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.
Signed by the 1986 World Series Team
Coming off a Cy Young Award in 1985, Doc Gooden helped the Mets win the 1986 World Series title. The championship team signed a Gooden jersey, which included a Mets 25th anniversary sleeve patch.
The Doctor Is In: 1985 Mets Yearbook
The doctor is in! When Dwight Gooden broke out as 1984 NL Rookie of the Year, he was only getting started. The ace would win the NL Cy Young Award in 1985, recording an MLB-best 24 wins. Keith Hernand ...