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A PIECE OF THE PUZZLE
A jigsaw puzzle featured some of the most memorable members of the 1969 Mets, including Tom “The Franchise” Seaver and manager Gil Hodges. Mr. Met was accompanied by his mascot partner Lady Met to com ...
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THESE 1969 METS MEANT BUSINESS
A second baseman, a pitcher and a catcher made up this set of 1969 World Series figurines. Ken Boswell had only one start in the Series, but he made his Game 3 appearance count with a leadoff single a ...
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GEE WHIZ, IT’S SHAMSKY, GENTRY AND AGEE
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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THE GIRLS OF SUMMER
A crop of Mets-themed toys hit the shelves in the team’s first decade, including dolls outfitted with the new club’s uniforms. This doll looked like a winner in blue and orange. She pulled for the 196 ...
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PIECING TOGETHER A GREAT TEAM
Winter can be long with too much time spent indoors and too little baseball. So it’s a perfect time to bust out a Mets puzzle! How many icons and “institutions” does this early Mets souvenir jigsaw pu ...
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THIS TOY WILL HAVE YOU SEEING STARS
Peer through the pinhole into a universe of Mets stars from the 1969 team. By clicking a small button at the base of the toy, fans of all ages could take a peek at the Miracle Mets team that made the ...
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DAVID CONE, A FIGURE TO ADMIRE
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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DR. K WILL SEE YOU NOW
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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BASEBALL RETURNS TO BROOKLYN
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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A MONUMENT TO THE METS, SHEA STADIUM
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 ...