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JACOB deGROM TRADING CARD
Second-year pitcher Jacob deGrom followed up his Rookie of the Year campaign with a strong showing in the 2015 postseason. He posted a 3-1 record with 29 strikeouts and a 2.88 ERA.
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DANIEL MURPHY TRADING CARD
Daniel Murphy powered the Mets offense throughout the 2015 postseason, recording a .328 batting average with 7 home runs. Murphy was also named NLCS MVP.
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MATT HARVEY TRADING CARD
Matt Harvey started four games during the 2015 postseason, when he earned a win each in the NLDS and NLCS.
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CURTIS GRANDERSON TRADING CARD
Veteran Curtis Granderson fit into the 2015 postseason lineup as the leadoff hitter, posting a .283 batting average.
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RON TAYLOR TOPPS CARD, 1969
Ron Taylor was solid out of the bullpen for the Mets in 1969. During the postseason, he surrendered zero runs in 5 2/3 innings.
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J.C. MARTIN TOPPS CARD, 1969
Backup catcher and first baseman J.C. Martin played a significant role during Game 4 of the 1969 World Series. In the bottom of the 10th inning, Martin laid down a bunt and was called safe on a throwi ...
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DON CARDWELL TOPPS CARD, 1969
Journeyman pitcher Don Cardwell won five straight decisions in 1969 as the Mets surged to the division title, but he did not get a postseason start. In his lone World Series appearance, Cardwell pitch ...
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JERRY KOOSMAN TOPPS CARD, 1969
Jerry Koosman was a major part of the 1969 Mets campaign, hurling six shutouts and ending the season with a 17-9 record and a 2.28 ERA. His performance in Game 2 of the World Series led the Mets to th ...
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GENTRY AND OTIS ON 1969 ROOKIES TOPPS CARD
Rookies Gary Gentry and Amos Otis were key to the success of the 1969 Mets, especially starting pitcher Gary Gentry, who earned the win in Game 3 of the World Series. In that outing at Shea Stadium, t ...
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CLEON JONES TOPPS CARD, 1969
Cleon Jones hit .340 for the Mets in the 1969 regular season and .429 in the NLCS sweep of the Atlanta Braves. In the World Series, he caught the final out to seal the 1969 championship for the Mets.