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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 ...
Mets Fans Look Forward to 1996 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.
Mets Ticket Book for 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 ...
Mets WS 40th Anniversary Ticket
In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the 1969 World Series title, members of the Miracle Mets team attended a pregame ceremony at Citi Field. It was the inaugural year at the new ballpark.
Punching Their Ticket: Game 3 1969 NLCS
With Games 1 and 2 victories on the road, the Mets ended the 1969 NLCS in a sweep by winning Game 3 at Shea Stadium. Nolan Ryan earned the win as the Mets rolled the Atlanta Braves, 7-4. The cost to w ...
Seeing a Miracle: 1969 World Series Ticket
It’s a miracle! The Mets pulled off the seemingly impossible with their first World Series title in franchise history. Fans in Shea Stadium field level boxes cheered the Mets to victory during Game 5 ...
That’s the Ticket: Game 1 of 1969 NLCS
The Mets and Atlanta Braves squared off in the 1969 NLCS, the first series of its kind in MLB history. Game 1 was held at Atlanta Stadium, and the Mets came out swinging with a five-run 8th inning aga ...
Ticket From Seaver’s Return to the Mets
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 ...
Ticket From Tom 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 ...
Ticket to Mets History: 1969 NL East
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 Ea ...