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World Series Notes

The National League won the World Series in 4 straight seasons for the only time in history from (1979-1982).

The odd year N.L. triumphs ended on fly balls to the center fielder. 50 more words

Video: Celebrity Gala Promo. 1987.

We’ve added a classic video promo produced in 1987 for the Celebrity Gala.

This incredible video is a compilation of memorable celebrity visits, and a build-up to an exciting starry night that took place in October, 1987. 140 more words

3 World Series "Replays" This Weekend

In addition to the 4 LCS “replays” there are 3 World Series repeats this weekend.

In the one world Series of the three that did not result in a 4 game sweep the Philadelphia Phillies are meeting the current World champion, Kansas City Royals. 102 more words

Idiots Guide: Greatest New York Mets of All-Time (MLB)

The New York Mets have been a proud franchise with a dedicated fan base since it’s inception in 1962. Over the course of a half century the franchise has seen many ups and downs, including 2 World Series titles (1969 and 1986),  5 National League Pennants (1969, 1973, 1986, 2000, 2015) and 6 National League East titles (1969, 1973, 1986, 1988, 2006, 2015). 1,165 more words

Pop Culture

The Frozen Iceball

“Ten million years from now, when then sun burns out and the Earth is just a frozen iceball hurtling through space, nobody’s going to care whether or not I got this guy out.” 322 more words


What Was the Worst Trade in Mets History?

Fans generally have longer, frustrated and angrier memories about the bad trades their teams have made than happy memories about the good ones. That’s human nature. 1,135 more words


Tug McGraw's Son, Tim, Makes His Own World Series Appearance

Tim McGraw, award-winning country singer and actor, threw out the ceremonial first pitch of Game 4 of the World Series between the Mets and Royals.  His connection to major league baseball is that his father, Tug McGraw, was a pitcher for the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies during 1965 to 1984. 52 more words

Baseball Father