Game Rewind: Cardinals at Mets (09.24.1969)

Donn Clendenon hit a pair of home runs and Gary Gentry pitched a complete game shutout, 6-0, against the St. Louis Cardinals to lead the New York Mets to their first-ever National League Eastern division title on this date in 1969.

The Mets scored five times in the first inning off Steve Carlton of the Cardinals and never looked back. Gentry allowed just four singles and only one Cardinals hitter reached second base in the historic win for the Mets.

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BOOKS ON THE 1969 METS

In celebration of the New York Mets 50th Anniversary of their first World Series title in 1969, we have compiled a list of 16 books written exclusively about the 1969 Mets for your reference.

Note: The 1969 Mets have been featured and included in summary in a variety of additional print, film and digital formats. The following list is not exhaustive. 

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PHOTOS OF THE 1969 METS

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Comments (02)

  1. Enzo
    September 24, 2019

    There isn’t a Spotify podcast channel for Mets Rewind.

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    • metsrewind
      September 24, 2019

      We can fix that. Sorry for the error. It will be back up soon.

      Reply

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