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New York Mets Memorabilia of the 1970s

February 8th, 2010 by Ceetar in Baseball, Mets

I came across some old Mets (and generic Hall of Fame and Yankees) stuff this off-season.  I scanned a few of my favorites to share.  This is the first set.  Here’s the scoreboard shot after Seaver set the NL record with seven consecutive 200 K seasons.


Here’s the back of the 1974 Mets schedule.  Box Seats for $4?  I’ll take it.


Here’s the front of the schedule, with the rarely seen Lady Met.


Wayne Garrett and his wife Donna scouting the competition.  Apparently the Mets and Phillies used to have their wives play a couple of innings of softball occasionally.  Seems like a cool idea.


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