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An Amazin’ 1969 Mets World Series Shutout
The Mets won 5-0 over the Baltimore Orioles in Game 3 of the 1969 World Series, the first Fall Classic win at Shea Stadium. On hand was New York Post reporter Maury Allen, who kept score while strong ...
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Extra! Extra! Mets Win Game 4 of 1969 WS
In Game 4 of the 1969 World Series, the Mets pulled out a 2-1 win over the Baltimore Orioles at home. The low-scoring, 10-inning affair was a pitchers’ duel between Mike Cuellar and the O’s bullpen an ...
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Inking the Mets Into World Series History
In their only loss of the 1969 World Series, the Mets dropped Game 1 to the Baltimore Orioles on the road, 4-1. They faced that season’s AL Cy Young award winner, Mike Cuellar, who stifled the Mets ba ...
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Just the Beginning: Mets Opening Day 1969
Opening Day 1969 was a historic game for the Mets and MLB. The Mets faced the Montreal Expos at home, the first game played between international teams. New York Post reporter Maury Allen was on hand ...
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Maury Allen’s 1969 Mets Scorebook
Iconic New York sportswriter Maury Allen kept tabs on the Mets in a scorebook during the miracle 1969 season. Allen was a New York Post reporter from 1961 to 1988, covering the Yankees, Mets and other ...
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Mets Win in 1969 World Series Game 2
After losing the first game of the 1969 World Series to the Baltimore Orioles, the Mets evened things up in Game 2 with a 2-1 win on the road. New York Post reporter Maury Allen circled on his scoreca ...
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Scorecard for Mets 1969 NLCS Win
The Mets win the NLCS! With a 7-4 victory over the Atlanta Braves at home, the Mets swept the postseason series to claim the pennant. New York Post reporter Maury Allen logged each play, including thr ...
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Scorecard: Game 1 of the 1969 NLCS
New York Post reporter Maury Allen followed along for the first postseason game in Mets history, a 9-5 win over the Atlanta Braves on the road in Game 1 of the NLCS. Allen scribbled “Playoffs Game” al ...
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Scorecard: The Game That Made Them Champs
New York Post reporter Maury Allen followed the Mets from Opening Day to Game 5 of the 1969 World Series, a 5-3 defeat of the Baltimore Orioles at home. With the win, the Mets claimed their first Worl ...
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The Incredible World Champs Mets
Sportswriter Maury Allen was a Brooklyn native, a Brooklyn Dodgers fan and later a local sports columnist for the New York Post who penned 38 books on American sports. How could he not celebrate the w ...