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DYER: REGARDING GIL HODGES
Duffy Dyer shares his experiences as a young player in the late 1960s under Mets manager Gil Hodges.
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SWOBODA: REGARDING “THE CATCH”
Mets broadcaster Howie Rose and former player Ron Swoboda recall Swoboda’s incredible catch in Game 4 of the 1969 World Series.
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SWOBODA: ON THE ’69 METS ROOKIES AND VETS
Ron Swoboda explains the relationship between experienced players and newcomers on his 1969 Mets team.
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A DYER SITUATION
Duffy Dyer was a reserve catcher from 1968 to 1974. He played as backstop in 29 games in 1969, mainly in August and September, as the Mets battled for the NL East title down the stretch.
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A MESSAGE TO A FORMER MET
Duffy Dyer joined the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1975 after seven seasons as a Met. The Shea Stadium scoreboard displayed a welcome message for Dyer and his wife during a homestand against the Pirates in t ...
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DUFF HAD THE STUFF
Young Duffy Dyer looks ready to knock one out of the park, something he would do 16 times as a member of the New York Mets.
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1969 ROOKIE STARS TOPPS CARD WITH DYER
Catcher Duffy Dyer was among the National League players featured on special Rookie Stars cards during the 1969 season. His pinch-hit home run on Opening Day 1969 quickly made him a fan favorite.