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Greg Prince discovered the Mets when he was 6, during the magical summer of 1969. He is a Long Island-based writer, editor and communications consultant. Contact him here.

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Mets Yearbook: 1969

SNY is breaking out the good stuff, Thursday night at 6:30. It’s the return of Mets Yearbook, and the edition they’re opening is 1969.

Is there anything else you need to know? I don’t think so.

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5 comments to Mets Yearbook: 1969

  • Inside Pitcher

    Thanks Greg – my DVR is now set!

  • Florida Met Fan Rich

    Me too! Thanks for the tip!…Mets ripping phils 6 to 0 now!


  • Rob Hudson

    I have every Mets yearbook, my grandfather left them for me, my prize possessions.

  • Jeff Gerst

    You may or may not believe it, but I am (well, was…) the young boy on the cover holding up his helmet. It was helmet day ’68 (I think it was against the dodgers, but not sure) and a man kept asking me to hold the helmet high. Only several years later did it all dawn on me. It was hard to believe the luck and perhaps that’s the luckiest moment I’ve ever had – even if it remained in anonymity! I wrote Shea about this once awhile ago, though I received no reply, sadly… Hey, my head is at least as big as Koos-Seaver-Grote!

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