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THE PLAN FROM DAY 1
Opening Day of the 2019 season was a great one for Mets fans. Ace Jacob deGrom took the mound and threw a scoreless six innings and (future) NL Rookie of the Year Pete Alonso made his MLB debut. Take ...
LINING UP FOR HISTORY
When manager Mickey Callaway set the lineup for the September 28, 2019, game against the Atlanta Braves, he knew it was possible that his star first baseman would make MLB history that day. Sure enoug ...
KEEP LINING UP AND KNOCKING DOWN THE RECORDS
The Mets won against the Kansas City Royals in epic fashion on August 18, 2019. Down 4-3 in the top of the 7th, the Mets scored 6 runs in the inning, eventually winning the game 11-5. Oh yeah, and Pet ...
BATTER NO. 3 IS NO. 1
On August 27, 2019, rookie Pete Alonso broke the Mets’ single-season home run record with blast no. 42. Good thing manager Mickey Callaway had Alonso in the lineup! Check out the day’s card and see Al ...
AMAZIN’ PETE LINED UP FOR HIS FIRST BLAST
In just his fourth-ever MLB appearance, Pete Alonso blasted the first of what would be 53 home runs during the 2019 season. He batted second in the day’s lineup, but don’t take our word for it, see fo ...
A GIANT WIN OVER THE GIANTS
The Mets squared off against the San Francisco Giants in the first game of a doubleheader during a late-season West Coast trip. Ron Swoboda, Jerry Grote and Tom Seaver broke open the 4th inning with h ...
TOUGH SUMMER MATCHUP IN ATLANTA
Oliver Perez pitched well for the Mets at Atlanta, but the bullpen let the game slip away, and the Mets went down to defeat, 5-3.
COMEBACK WIN AT SHEA
The Mets were down early to the San Francisco Giants, but scored two runs in the 6th, 7th and 8th innings for an exciting comeback win. Bobby Bonilla’s sixth-inning two-run homer put the home team on ...
A TOUGH ROAD LOSS
Mets starting pitcher Mike Scott was knocked out of the game early at Busch Stadium as the St. Louis Cardinals scored 7 runs to defeat the Mets. Future Met Keith Hernandez had 2 hits for the Cardinals ...
FADING LATE IN THE GAME
Gil Hodges skippered the Mets in a close match against the San Francisco Giants, but the visitors scored 4 in the 9th to put the game away, 7-1. Willie Mays’s home run for the Giants that day was the ...