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“Meet the Mets” Sheet Music
“Meet the Mets” debuted on March 9, 1963, and has been the team’s beloved anthem ever since. Fans Ruth Roberts and Bill Katz penned the song for a contest and received Mets season tickets and a bunch ...
1963 Mets Yearbook Introduces Mr. Met
The 1963 Mets yearbook introduced the franchise’s beloved cartoon mascot, Mr. Met. The character appeared throughout Mets publications, merchandise and at the stadium, gathering his first generation o ...
1965 Mets Yearbook
After an earlier debut to fans, Mr. Met earned a shout-out in the 1965 yearbook as “the most versatile little elf since Snow White met the Seven Dwarfs.” The lovable mascot kept rooters in high spirit ...
1969 “We’re No. 1” Mets Pennant
By claiming the 1969 World Series title, the Amazin’ Mets were finally no. 1 in MLB.
1969 Mets NL Champions Pennant
The Mets swept the Atlanta Braves in the 1969 NLCS, securing the first National League pennant in team history. Their next stop was the World Series against the Baltimore Orioles.
A Charming Mets Button: Gold Glove Charm
This Mr. Mets button had a bit of extra flair with a gold glove charm attached to the ribbon. It was a fitting tribute to some of the spectacular catches made by Tommie Agee and Ron Swoboda during the ...
A Little Extra: 1969 World Series Ticket
Game 4 was the only match in the 1969 World Series that went to extra innings, and the Mets prevailed with a 2-1 win over the Baltimore Orioles at home. In the 10th inning, Rod Gaspar scored on a thro ...
A Real Prize: 1969 Mr. Met Button
Within the franchise’s first decade, the Mets went from the cellar of the NL to top of the league as pennant winners. This Mr. Met button celebrated the team’s success in the 1969 NLCS and the upcomin ...
A Solid Investment: Mr. Met Coin Bank
What better way to save for a Mets ticket than with a Mr. Met coin bank? This mascot-themed money box provided a safe location for young fans to collect and cash in. In 1965, home tickets at Shea Stad ...
A Trusted Team: 1969 Mets Schedule
A grown-up cartoon Met graced the cover of a 1969 official schedule, sponsored by Manufacturers Hanover Trust. The young ballclub proved its maturity that regular season with 100 wins and the NL East ...