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A Chat With Mookie Wilson At Shea
Mookie Wilson chatted on the field at Shea Stadium during his sophomore season in 1982. That year, he led the team in hits (178), runs (90) and at-bats (639).
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A Mini Mookie: Mookie Wilson Bobblehead
Fifteen thousand lucky kids walked away from Shea Stadium with a Mookie Wilson bobblehead in 2001. Wilson was first base coach at the time, but he was also well-known as the Mets player who hit a tent ...
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Mookie Wilson Awarded at Shea Stadium
Mookie Wilson was the regular Mets center fielder during the 1980s and an important member of the 1986 World Series team. He was recognized for his accomplishments on and off the field.
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Mookie Wilson is a Hit: Autographed Bat
Center fielder Mookie Wilson, a Mets regular during the 1980s, signed this Louisville Slugger. His offensive work made him a franchise record leader, placing in the top 10 all-time for hits, singles a ...
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Mookie Wilson Mets Hall of Fame Bust
Mookie Wilson was an outfielder whose speed, hustle and style made him a fan favorite and a key player during the 1980s. When Wilson first came up to the Mets in 1980, a return to the postseason seeme ...
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Mookie Wilson Mets Hall of Fame Plaque
Mookie Wilson’s exciting style of play made him a fan favorite in the mid-1980s. As a young player, he energized the team, which proved to be an invaluable trait during the 1986 World Series. In Game ...
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Mookie Wilson Throws First Pitch
Mookie Wilson, a member of the 1986 World Series championship team, threw out the ceremonial first pitch before a June 1997 game at Shea Stadium. The Mets played well at home that month, posting a 10- ...
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Now the Fun Starts: 1983 Mets Yearbook
A colorful 1983 yearbook cover showed the potential of the Mets battery. All-time great Tom Seaver returned to the Mets for a final season, while Mookie Wilson finished top five in the league for sing ...