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1969 World Series Game 5 Diamond Club Pass
Fine dining and formal dress at Shea Stadium’s Diamond Club provided an elegant setting for fans to cheer on the Mets during Game 5 of the 1969 World Series. They won over the Baltimore Orioles, 5-3, ...
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A Franchise First: Mets World Series Win
The Mets pulled out a close 2-1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on the road in Game 2 of the 1969 World Series. It was the Mets’ first WS win in franchise history. Al Weis was the game’s hero with ...
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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 ...
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A Real Gem: Mets 1969 Diamond Club Ticket
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 ...
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A View of the Rockies: Game Ticket
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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Braving Atlanta in 1969 NLCS: Ticket
After a Game 1 victory in the 1969 NLCS, the Mets were ready to repeat in the second game of the series. Tommie Agee, Cleon Jones and Ken Boswell each sent one over the fences, helping the Mets to an ...
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Dealing With a Defeat: 1969 World Series
More than 50,000 fans packed Memorial Stadium for Game 1 of the 1969 World Series, where the Mets lost to the Baltimore Orioles, 4-1. The Orioles blanked the Mets until the 7th inning when they scored ...
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Diamond Club Status: 1969 World Series
The Diamond Club, open exclusively to season ticket holders, offered fans a high-end dining experience at Shea Stadium during the 1969 World Series. Attendees of Game 3 saw a 5-0 Mets victory over the ...
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Highly Watched: 1969 World Series Ticket
The upper deck at Shea Stadium allowed fans to get the full perspective of Game 5 of the 1969 World Series, a thrilling 5-3 Mets win over the Baltimore Orioles. It was also a good place to watch fans ...
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History in the East: NL East Title Ticket
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 ...