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SEAVER AND STRAWBERRY IN ’83
Arguably the two biggest stories of the 1983 season were Tom Seaver and Darryl Strawberry. Seaver returned to his home base after being away for several seasons, and rookie Darryl Strawberry made his ...
CRUNCHING NUMBERS IN ’84
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 ...
THE YOUNG GUYS OF ’85
Keith Hernandez, Darryl Strawberry, Doc Gooden, and more rising Mets stars graced the cover of the 1985 media guide.
WINNING IT ALL IN ’86
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 ...
RINGING IN ’87
A picture speaks a thousand words, and the World Series ring depicted on the cover of the 1987 Mets media guide said all that needed to be said about the amazing 1986 season.
SHEA’S 25TH IN ’88
Shea Stadium’s 25th season in 1988 reminded fans of just how much history the place had seen — a point driven home by the retirement of Tom Seaver’s no. 41 jersey that year. The 1988 Mets Information ...
FIVE YEARS OF GLORY IN ’89
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.
COMING BACK TOGETHER IN ’78
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 ...
THE BIG APPLE LOVES WILLIE MAYS IN ’79
New York City baseball legend Willie Mays — who was a Met from 1972 to 1973 — was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1979 and appeared on the cover of the 1979 Mets Information Guide. ...
ALL THE INFO ON ’63 METS
The 1963 Press-Radio-TV Guide introduced two Mets mainstays: Shea Stadium and Mr. Met. The Mets were playing at the Polo Grounds in 1963, but the team was preparing to move into the shiny new Shea Sta ...