Mets Rewind
1966 Vault
Behind the Mask: Jerry Grote

In 1976, Bob Myrick found out the hard way how Jerry Grote felt about losing when the Mets rookie pitcher beat his catcher in a game of Backgammon, causing Grote to explode and sending the board...

Seaver Changed Mets Losing Culture

On April 29, 1967 — the day Atlantic Records released Aretha Franklin’s single “Respect” — the New York Mets were shutout, 7-0, by the Cincinnati Reds. The loss dropped the Mets into ninth place...

Game Rewind: Cubs at Mets (07.31.1966)

In a pitching duel at Shea Stadium, Bob Shaw and the New York Mets beat Bill Hands and the Chicago Cubs, 2-1.

Larry Jackson: Killing Me Softly

LARRY JACKSON: KILLING ME SOFTLY SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER Larry Jackson had the New York Mets number, and probably a few letters too. In 27 career starts against the...

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