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A DARLING OF A COLLECTIBLE
At just 24 years of age, Ron Darling was one of the young stars representing the Mets at the 1985 All-Star Game in Minneapolis. Darling wasn’t on the initial roster, but was added when St. Louis Cardi ...
From Ivy League to Major League
Before he became a regular in the Mets rotation, Ron Darling had a successful tenure at Yale University. As a junior in 1981, Darling struck out 16 batters and pitched 11 innings of no-hit baseball ag ...
Full Game: Mets Clinch NL East 1988
Two seasons after winning the World Series, the Mets were ready to get back to the playoffs. In fact, they weren’t just ready, they expected it: “We always knew we were going to win [the NL East],” sa ...
Ron Darling Autographed Practice Jersey
Ron Darling was a Mets ace from 1983 to 1991. He took the hill in four postseason games in 1986, including three in the World Series. Darling had a strong Game 4 outing, holding the Boston Red Sox sco ...
Ron Darling Mets Hall of Fame Plaque
An integral member of the 1986 World Series championship team, Ron Darling etched himself in Mets history with his Game 4 victory over the Boston Red Sox to even the series. Ever dependable, Darling p ...
Ron Darling Pitches in 1986 World Series
Before becoming a beloved Mets broadcaster, Ron Darling was just as beloved on the mound. Perhaps most famously, Darling was crucial to making the championship run in 1986. The righty finished the reg ...
Ron Darling’s 1989 Gold Glove
Ron Darling took home a Gold Glove in 1989, the only such award in the pitcher’s career. During the season, Darling posted a .929 fielding percentage in 217.1 innings pitched.
The SNY Team
The SNY team of Gary Cohen, Ron Darling, and Keith Hernandez has been one of the game’s most well-respected broadcasting crews since they started working together in 2006. Cohen said of his SNY team, ...
THREE BOBBLEHEADS, ONE GREAT TEAM
Mets fans were treated to more than just great baseball during the 101-win 2022 season. All summer they enjoyed the descriptions and accounts of each game from SNY’s Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and Ro ...