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PIAZZA’S TRIBUTE TO SEAVER
Tom Seaver and Mike Piazza shared a special bond as two of the most beloved and successful Mets of all time. When Tom Seaver passed away in September 2020, Mike put into words what we were all feeling ...
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SEAVER’S WAY
Of COURSE the Mets retired Tom Seaver’s no. 41. He was “The Franchise,” after all. But the Mets went a step further in 2019 and gave him a street. Citi Field now sits at 41 Seaver Way, honoring the Ha ...
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WATCH: VINTAGE SEAVER
Enjoy clips from Tom Seaver’s MLB debut with commentary from the ace himself. Oh yeah, and enjoy Seaver’s haircut that made him look like the fifth Beatle.
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JONES: ON GIL’S FAITH IN THE 1969 METS
Manager Gil Hodges had unwaivering confidence in the Mets prior to the 1969 season, Cleon Jones explains.
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SWOBODA: REGARDING THE ’69 PITCHERS
Ron Swoboda discusses his teammates and the 1969 Mets bullpen.
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A GIANT WIN OVER THE GIANTS
The Mets squared off against the San Francisco Giants in the first game of a doubleheader during a late-season West Coast trip. Ron Swoboda, Jerry Grote and Tom Seaver broke open the 4th inning with h ...
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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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THE GAME 4 WINNER OF THE 1969 WS
Game 4 of the 1969 World Series featured dramatic defensive work by the Mets, and their top ace built on that momentum to earn the win. Tom Seaver remained on the mound for all 10 innings, notching 6 ...
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TOM TERRIFIC AND ONE-HITTERS
Though Tom Seaver had what might be considered a “mild” year, his 1972 season was as solid as any team could hope for in a top ace. He posted a 21-12 record, including a thrilling win on Independence ...
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THE WINDUP, THE STRETCH, THE FRANCHISE
Tom Seaver spent the first 11 years of his MLB career as a Met before a trade mid-season in 1977. He made his return to New York in 1983, first appearing as the starting pitcher on Opening Day. More t ...