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TICKET TO METS HISTORY
The Mets won 95 games prior to September 24, 1969, but that day’s victory was the most important of the regular season. With a 6-0 win over the St. Louis Cardinals at home, the Mets clinched the NL ...
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HISTORY IN THE EAST
The Mets made MLB history by clinching the first-ever NL East division title on September 24, 1969, with a 6-0 shutout of the St. Louis Cardinals at home. Fans in the posh $3.50 field level seats were ...
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THE FRANCHISE RETURNS
Fans looked forward to Opening Day 1983 as a beloved pitcher was set to start the game. Tom Seaver suited up in a Mets uniform once again, the first time since a mid-season trade in 1977 sent him to t ...
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METS TICKET BOOK FOR A MIRACLE 1969 SEASON
Fans who purchased books of tickets for the 1969 season were in for a suspenseful, and ultimately triumphant, year. Though the Mets trailed the first-place Chicago Cubs for most of the season, and by ...
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A VIEW OF THE ROCKIES
The NL expansion Colorado Rockies played their first-ever game at Shea Stadium against the Mets. Fans with tickets to the season opener, such as this one for the grandstand, watched Dwight Gooden work ...
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VINTAGE METS TICKETS MAIL-ORDER FORM
Mets fans had their days made with this present. A ticket mail-order form gave instructions on purchasing gift certificates, which could be used for individual games. The ticket manager at Shea Stadiu ...
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FANS LOOK FORWARD TO THE ’96 SEASON
A pair of Mets fans scored advance tickets for the upcoming 1996 season. Which games did they attend? There’s a chance they saw one of the 10 exciting walkoff wins at Shea Stadium that season.
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TICKET STUB FROM SEAVER’S ALMOST NO-HITTER
Tom Seaver was two outs away from pitching the first no-hitter in Mets history when Chicago Cub Jim Qualls broke up the bid with a single in the 9th inning. Still, Seaver recorded a terrific outing: 1 ...
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NEARLY PERFECT
Going into the 9th, Mets fans held their breath for Tom Seaver, who was working on a perfect game against their NL East rivals, the Chicago Cubs. Seaver was two outs away when Jim Qualls’s clean sin ...
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A REAL GEM
Fans had only one opportunity to cheer on the Mets at Shea Stadium during the 1969 NLCS, so viewing Game 3 at the Diamond Club was an excellent option. Special members had access to the exclusive club ...