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PRESSING ON
The first NLCS in MLB history opened at Atlanta Stadium. Sports reporters made themselves comfortable at the ballpark to cover Games 1 and 2, both Mets victories over the Atlanta Braves.
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A LOOK BACK
MLB celebrated two historic milestones in 1969: the 100th anniversary of major-league baseball and the first year of the League Championship Series. A program from the inaugural NLCS commemorated both ...
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BOLDLY GOING WHERE NO MET HAS GONE BEFORE
The Mets were on the road against the Atlanta Braves in Games 1 and 2 of the 1969 NLCS. While the Braves pitching staff included future National Baseball Hall of Famer Phil Niekro and closer Cecil Ups ...
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A MUST-SEE PROGRAM
Mets fans had much to cheer about once the 1969 World Series moved to New York City for Games 3, 4 and 5. The Mets won every game, and ultimately the Series, to give the franchise its first championsh ...
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JUST THE FACTS
Stats and stories from the 1969 World Series were brought to fans nationwide via airwaves and newspaper stands. Games 1 and 2 took place at Memorial Stadium, home of the AL pennant-winning Baltimore O ...
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COVERING “THE FRANCHISE”
The 1969 World Series pitted together two 100-win clubs: the Mets and Baltimore Orioles. A key to the Mets’ success that season was Tom Seaver, who recorded 25 regular season wins, along with a win ea ...
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RECORDING THE LAST OUT
Remember their humble beginnings? The Mets went from last-place newcomers in 1962 to top of the National League by 1969. Cleon Jones helped seal the team’s elite status by catching the final out of th ...
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MAGAZINE CELEBRATES METS ON TOP OF DIVISION
In 2015, Mets Magazine celebrated the team’s finish on top of the NL East for the sixth time in franchise history. They made World Series appearances in three of their previous division title-winning ...
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2015 WORLD SERIES PROGRAM
The Mets squared off against the Kansas City Royals in the 2015 World Series, and programs detailed the first Fall Classic meeting between the teams. It was the Mets’ first World Series appearance sin ...
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PROGRAMMING THE FUTURE
Queens experienced a boon of entertainment in 1964, with the opening of Shea Stadium and later the New York World’s Fair. The Mets commemorated both in a program for the first game at the new stadium. ...