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CATCH-PHRASE IN A GLOVE
As soon as Tug McGraw became a Met in 1965, he performed both on the mound and in dugout stump speeches. McGraw was central in rallying the Mets in 1973 with his “Ya Gotta Believe!” catch phrase, ...
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GARY’S GOING-AWAY GLOVE
With 600 games as a Mets backstop, Gary Carter played his final one for New York on September 30, 1989. He used this glove in the 7-2 defeat of the Pittsburgh Pirates in 11 innings on the road. As a M ...
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A TEAM PLAYER
Although Jack DiLauro spent only one year with the Mets, it was during the magical 1969 season. The pitcher recorded a 1-4 win-loss record, plus one save. He took the mound for the final time at the c ...
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CLEON JONES SIGNED AND GAME-USED GLOVE
Cleon Jones made good use of this glove sometime during his 12-year tenure in the Mets outfield. He also made notable defensive plays during his All-Star campaign in 1969, including catching the final ...
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SEAVER’S SIGNED AND GAME-USED GLOVE
Using this glove as a tool of the trade, Tom Seaver made his mark as a top NL pitcher. He earned the Cy Young Award three times, including in the 1969 and 1973 pennant-winning seasons.
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CONTRIBUTING TO THE CAMPAIGN
Jack DiLauro only spent one year with the Mets, but boy was it magical. The pitcher recorded a 1-4 win-loss record, plus one save during the 1969 “Miracle Mets” season. He took the mound for the f ...
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A CY YOUNG SEASON FOR SEAVER
Tom Seaver had an outstanding season in 1969, earning the NL Cy Young Award, an All-Star appearance and a World Series title. Seaver used this glove sometime during his successful 12-year stint with t ...
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THE GLOVE THAT SAVED THE SERIES
This weathered old thing graced some of the most magical hands in Mets postseason history. Ron Swoboda made plenty of catches during the 1969 season, but none more important than the one in Game 4 of ...