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1966 Mets Press-Radio-TV Guide
The 1966 Mets Press-Radio-TV Guide had loads of useful facts for reporters covering the team, including the names of the only two remaining Mets from the Expansion Draft of 1961: Chris Cannizarro and ...
1972 Press-Radio-TV Guide Featuring Seaver
Tom Seaver was the best pitcher the Mets ever had and everyone knew it. The 1972 Mets Press-Radio-TV Guide profiled the pitcher, who was returning for his 6th season with the team.
1977 Mets Press-Radio-TV Guide
You can’t go wrong with pinstripes. The classic button-down pinstripes graced the cover of the 1977 Press-Radio-TV Guide, possibly as a farewell to the traditional uniform. The next season, the Mets w ...
1982 Info Guide: Bamberger Joins Mets
In 1982, the Mets hired George Bamberger, a one-time New York Giants pitcher and New York City native, to manage the team. His three years as skipper of the Milwaukee Brewers had been successful and t ...
1986 Mets Information Guide: 25th Season
The Mets went over the top to celebrate their silver anniversary, gifting themselves some serious bling. Doc Gooden, the previous season’s Cy Young Award winner, led the team to their second-ever Worl ...
A New General Manager: Johnny McDonald
Native New Yorker and longtime Mets employee Johnny McDonald was promoted to GM before the 1975 season. The 1975 Press-Radio-TV Guide paid tribute to McDonald and the four guys who had preceded him in ...
Coming Back Together: 1978 Mets Guide
The 1978 Mets Press-Radio-TV Guide had a difficult task. The 1977 season had been a tough one for the Mets. The team had finished in last place for the first time since 1967 and had seen Tom Seaver le ...
Crunching Numbers In 1984: Mets Info Guide
The first sabermetrician? Davey Johnson was shown using the latest in technology on the cover of the Mets’ 1984 media guide. The team went 90-72 in Johnson’s debut season, on the way to him becoming t ...
Five Years Of Glory: 1989 Mets Info Guide
The five-year run leading up to the 1989 season gave Mets fans plenty to crow about, including two division titles and one glorious World Series win.
Great In 1968: Mets Press-TV-Radio Guide
If you wanted to know who led the 1967 Mets in batting average, home runs or RBIs, the 1968 Press-TV-Radio Guide had you covered. (The answer to all three? Tommy Davis.)