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1967 Vault
Seaver’s Strange, Crooked Road

On paper, Tom Seaver’s professional baseball career is remarkable. The man known in New York as “The Franchise” won the 1967 Rookie of the Year, compiled 311 career wins, recorded 20 or more wins...

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...

Rohr-ing Start, Painful End

Les Rohr made his major league debut, a start against the Los Angeles Dodgers, on September 19, 1967.

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...

Seaver Book Excerpt

SEAVER BOOK EXCERPT SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER The following is a partial excerpt from the new book, Tom Seaver: A Terrific Life from Simon and Schuster. The book will be...

Seaver’s Kryptonite

Every pitcher has his/her Kryptonite. Hall of Famer Tom Seaver, the greatest pitcher of his generation, is no exception.

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