Worst moments at Shea: What just happen?

Shea Stadium was the home of the New York Mets for 45 seasons (1964-2008). Now, 10 years after they Mets left, many magical Shea moments like the Miracle Mets of 1969 and the Amazin’ Mets comebacks in the 1986 World Series are still remembered. But most Mets fans can only…

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Worst moments at Shea: Scioscia takes Doc deep

Shea Stadium was the home of the New York Mets for 45 seasons (1964-2008). Now, 10 years after they Mets left, many magical Shea moments like the Miracle Mets of 1969 and the Amazin’ Mets comebacks in the 1986 World Series are still remembered. But most Mets fans can only…


Worst moments at Shea: 9/11 comeback run fall short

Shea Stadium was the home of the New York Mets for 45 seasons (1964-2008). Now, 10 years after they Mets left, many magical Shea moments like the Miracle Mets of 1969 and the Amazin’ Mets comebacks in the 1986 World Series are still remembered. But most Mets fans can only…



Worst moments at Shea: The final game at Shea

Sept. 28, 2008  — The Mets collapse: The sequel. No Hollywood script could have been better. Shea was rocking as fans came not only to say goodbye today but to see the Mets clinch a playoff spot and win it all at Shea in its final days. Doomed by a…


William Shea

Mets Regular Season Results

In 1957, the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants abandoned New York for California, leaving the largest city in the United States without a National League franchise. Two years later, on July 27, 1959, attorney William Shea announced the formation of a third major baseball league, the Continental League. He…


Tom Seaver

Bad Met Trades: Tom Seaver

Are the Mets famous for trading unproven young talent for fading superstars? Or does management order the General Manager give up a star player just because he has hit his prime and wants to unload a big contract and build for the future? See how some teams and players have…


Jim Fregosi and Nolan Ryan

Bad Met Trades: Nolan Ryan

Are the Mets famous for trading unproven young talent for fading superstars? Or does management order the General Manager give up a star player just because he has hit his prime and wants to unload a big contract and build for the future? See how some teams and players have…


Bad Met Trades: Rusty Staub

Are the Mets famous for trading unproven young talent for fading superstars? Or does management order the General Manager give up a star player just because he has hit his prime and wants to unload a big contract and build for the future? See how some teams and players have…


Bobby Valentine and Dave Kingman

Bad Trades: Dave Kingman

Are the Mets famous for trading unproven young talent for fading superstars? Or does management order the General Manager give up a star player just because he has hit his prime and wants to unload a big contract and build for the future? See how some teams and players have…