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TALLYING THE WINNING METS WAYS IN 1969
Longtime Mets employee Matt Winick began his career with the team as a statistician. He kept large binders with scores, stats and player data in 1969. The books got some wear and tear as Winick brough ...
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BOUND FOR SUCCESS: 1967 METS STAT BOOK
Before modern technology made stat crunching as simple as a press of a button, staticians kept hand-written records in binders. The stat books provided utility in tracking output and telling stories o ...
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SCORING THE SEASON OF THE 1967 NL ROY
Tom Seaver had a successful first-year campaign in 1967, as detailed in this stat binder with most of his appearances on the mound. Seaver ended with a 16-13 record, including two shutouts, and was na ...
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METS GO STREAKING ON 1969 WEST COAST TRIP
The Mets split a 2-game road series against the San Francisco Giants on June 10 and 11, extending a win streak to 11 games in the first match and ending it with a loss in the second. The Mets put up a ...
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THE METS MEET MAYS IN SUMMER 1969
With momentum from winning 7 in a row at home, the Mets traveled to the West Coast in early June. The Mets first swept a 3-game series against the San Diego Padres, including a comeback 3-2 win on Jun ...
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SWEEPING DUSTY DODGERS IN JUNE ’69
The Mets hosted and swept the LA Dodgers in a 3-game series in early June. Ed Kranepool sent two home runs over the fences in the June 3 game to help the Mets win, 5-2. The June 4 game stretched score ...
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METS GET HOT IN JULY 1969
The Mets took two of three games against the Chicago Cubs in a July home series, and a 7-game win streak came to an end with a loss on July 10. During that game, the Cubs rallied in the 5th inning to ...
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CHALLENGING THE CUBS IN 1969 SCOREBOOK
With two wins over the Chicago Cubs at home, the Mets kept a 7-game July win streak alive. The series against their NL East rivals featured ninth-inning excitement. On July 8, the Mets were down 3-1 i ...
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SPRINGING INTO THE 1967 METS SEASON
Longtime Mets employee Matt Winick kept score of a spring training outing in St. Petersburg, an 8-2 loss to the Boston Red Sox. New York Daily News reporter Dick Young noted that at least the final sc ...
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METS SCORE FIRST PENNANT
The Mets win the NLCS! With a 7-4 victory over the Atlanta Braves at home, the Mets swept the postseason series to claim the pennant. New York Post reporter Maury Allen logged each play, including thr ...