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40 Years and Still Amazin’
In 1969, 15-year-old Howie Rose sat in the upper deck of Shea Stadium and saw Tom Seaver take a perfect game into the 9th inning only to be broken up. Forty years later, Rose presided over a ceremony ...
A Rose by Any Other Name
It’s been said that no one has seen more New York Mets games than Howie Rose. Attending since the inaugural season of 1962 and broadcasting since 1987, Rose is one of the living embodiments of Mets ba ...
Cuttin’ Up with the Captain
Howie Rose has been calling Mets games on the radio and television since 1987 and more than a few have called him a walking encyclopedia of team history. How much history do you think he discussed wit ...
Ron Swoboda: Being Compared to Babe Ruth
Ron Swoboda, a member of the 1969 World Series champion Mets, jokes about his similarities with the Great Bambino.
Ron Swoboda: Growth as an Outfielder
Mets broadcaster Howie Rose and former player Ron Swoboda recall Swoboda’s incredible catch in Game 4 of the 1969 World Series.
Ron Swoboda: On 1969 Mets Rookies & Vets
Ron Swoboda explains the relationship between experienced players and newcomers on his 1969 Mets team.
Ron Swoboda: The Cubs Downfall in August
In 1969, the Mets chased the Chicago Cubs for first place of the NL East Division all season. Former Met Ron Swoboda details when the Cubs began to falter.
Rose Reflects on Kiner’s Korner
Mets broadcaster Howie Rose grew up listening to Bob Murphy, Lindsey Nelson, and Ralph Kiner call games on the radio. That he later worked with Kiner for years and was able to help honor him in 2007 m ...
Rose’s Scorecard: Seaver’s Near No-Hitter ...
Fifteen-year-old Howie Rose was sitting in a general admission seat the night that Tom Seaver almost pitched a perfect game. The future broadcaster — along with thousands of other Mets fans — watched ...
Video: Duffy Dyer’s Thoughts on Gil Hodges
Duffy Dyer shares his experiences as a young player in the late 1960s under Mets manager Gil Hodges.