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A Figure to Admire: David Cone
This model depicted the windup of David Cone, who led MLB in strikeouts twice during his 7 seasons as a Met. In the final game of the 1991 regular season, Cone rung up 19 Philadelphia Phillies, tying ...
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A Mets Monument: Shea Stadium Replica
After the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants moved to California in 1958, National League baseball returned to New York City in 1962 with the Mets. Shea Stadium opened in 1964, and the Mets celebrat ...
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A Swell Ron Swoboda Toy & Card
Transogram immortalized this outfielder in a toy before the catch that made him a Mets legend. In Game 4 of the 1969 World Series, Ron Swoboda made a spectacular grab from a deep horizontal dive in th ...
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Ballin’ With Mets Bullpen Buggy Toy
The Mets introduced their one-of-a kind bullpen car in 1967, which the team used to deliver relief pitchers to the mound in a pitching change. The “buggy” immediately proved popular with kids, who pla ...
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Baseball Returns to Brooklyn: Keyspan Park
Keyspan Park was the name of the Mets-affiliate Brooklyn Cyclones’ home field from its opening in 2001 until 2010, when it was renamed MCU Park for new sponsor Municipal Credit Union. The park restore ...
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Dr. K Will See You Now: Dwight Gooden
This toy immortalizes a straight-up prodigy. Dwight Gooden was named NL Rookie of the Year and Cy Young runner-up in 1984, then seized the NL Cy Young Award in 1985 — all before his 21st birthday. Tho ...
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Gee Whiz: Shamsky, Gentry & Agee Figures
Kids and kids-at-heart salivated over this Amazin’ collectors toy set featuring the Game 3 heroes of the 1969 World Series. Platooning right fielder Art Shamsky got his only start of the Fall Classic, ...
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It’s a Miracle Someone Saved These Toys
Original Met Ed Kranepool, second baseman Al Weis and Cy Young winner Tom Seaver joined forces in a 1969 World Series toy collector set. Kranepool appeared only in Game 3, but he made his presence kno ...
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Jerry Koosman Transogram Action Figure
Transogram put out a Jerry Koosman action figure after he set team records for wins, shutouts and ERA in the 1968 season. He continued that excellence in the championship season of 1969, when he earne ...
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Orange You Glad You Tuned In: Radio
This clever orange may look like a fruit, but it’s actually a radio. It encapsulates two Mets traditions: a long history of baseball broadcasting and one of the team’s signature colors. Tropicana prod ...