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1963 Mets Yearbook Introduces Mr. Met
The 1963 Mets yearbook introduced the franchise’s beloved cartoon mascot, Mr. Met. The character appeared throughout Mets publications, merchandise and at the stadium, gathering his first generation o ...
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1965 Mets Yearbook
After an earlier debut to fans, Mr. Met earned a shout-out in the 1965 yearbook as “the most versatile little elf since Snow White met the Seven Dwarfs.” The lovable mascot kept rooters in high spirit ...
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1969 Mets Yearbook: Action at Shea
Shea Stadium saw great National League play in the 1960s, and the 1969 Mets Yearbook compiled images from some of those exciting games. The stadium would become the epicenter of league action that sea ...
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1969 Mets Yearbook: Cleon Jones
Cleon Jones was no stranger to getting on base, as the Mets 1969 yearbook featured in photographs. Jones led the team that season with 164 hits and was named an All-Star for the first time.
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1969 Mets Yearbook: Event-Ful Days at Shea
Shea Stadium was home to more than just baseball games in its early years. The 1969 Mets Yearbook showed off theme days, giveaways and family outings at the stadium that added to the fun.
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1970 Mets Yearbook: World Champions!
The Mets rolled out the highlight reel from their recent World Series championship for the cover of the 1970 yearbook. The stars from the previous season provided Mets fans with the Hollywood ending t ...
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1972 Mets Yearbook: Stars in Action
The Mets roster was loaded with talent in 1972 and that season’s yearbook celebrated the big playmakers. Bud Harrelson and Cleon Jones led the team in runs and RBIs, respectively, while Tom Seaver was ...
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1993 Mets Yearbook: 30 Seasons at Shea
In 1993, the Mets celebrated 30 years at Shea Stadium, a venue that had hosted two World Series, four NLCS and millions of happy Mets fans.
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1994 Yearbook Honoring Miracle Mets
The 1994 yearbook commemorated the 25th anniversary of the Mets’ miraculous 1969 World Series victory. Since then, the team had returned to the Fall Classic twice and won a second championship in 1986 ...
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1995 Mets Yearbook: After the Strike
The Mets were ready for action in 1995 after a players’ strike shortened the previous season. They finished second in an NL East Division dominated by the eventual World Series winners, the Atlanta Br ...