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Mets Yearbook: 1971

Reminder: The much-anticipated SNY program Mets Yearbook debuts tonight, Thursday, at 7:30, with the 1971 highlight film in the leadoff slot. Can’t wait to revisit the propaganda I’m pretty sure I haven’t seen since some rain delay in 1972. It has been listed on SNY’s online schedule as reairing a couple more times, but one of those is after Jets postgame coverage Sunday and one is after college basketball Wednesday, which indicates it might get bumped or be joined in progress. Do your best to watch or record tonight.

Photo courtesy of kcmets.com

3 comments to Mets Yearbook: 1971

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the programming note – that was fun!
    Will this be a Thursday night constant for the offseason?

  • Anonymous

    Scheduled to follow each new Mets Hot Stove, Thursdays at 7:30. Next week is 1984. None the following week, Thanksgiving. I believe three more follow in December, then another ten after the new year.

  • Anonymous

    A very nice addition to the Thursday night lineup :)