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This Date in Mets History: June 8

The Mets participated in the first-ever MLB draft on this date in 1965 and wound up taking a Hall of Famer.

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Celebrate the 1986 Mets Championship

In 1986, the New York Mets made the Big Apple turn all of their attention to Shea Stadium through their sheer talent, fun-loving attitude and swagger. This rare combination catapulted them to a World Series Championship and allowed them to "Make the Dream Work".

This Date in Mets History: April 27

Nolan Ryan becomes baseball's all-time K leader and coach Yogi Berra becomes the Mets backup catcher.

This Week In Baseball Season 1: Episode 17

TWIB '77 reaches its finale with the hotly contested AL East battle and a look back on all the craziness of its first year.

This Date In Mets History: April 18

At Shea Stadium on this date in 1970, 23-year-old Nolan Ryan showed why the Mets were both intrigued and frustrated by his powerful right arm. Plus Rico Brogna, Doug Flynn, and others celebrate birthdays,

This Date in Mets History: April 14

Jerry Koosman made his first appearance, Nolan Ryan won his first game, and John Franco became the second closer to save 400 games on various April 14ths in Mets history.

This Week in Baseball Season One Recaps: Episode 8

TWIB looks back All Star Games past, plus all the action from the '77 Midsummer Classic, and Nolan Ryan's diva behavior will not be tolerated.

This Date In Mets History: January 31

Today we talk about Kiner the play-by-play man and color commentator, who on this date in 1962 signed up to join Bob Murphy and Lindsay Nelson in the Mets’ broadcast booth.

This Week In Baseball Season One Recaps: Episode 6

Our recaps of This Week in Baseball '77 continue as Mel Allen lobbies for The Bird, Cleveland has a premature celebration, and the Mets singlehandedly destroy baserunning.

This Week in Baseball Season One Recaps: Episode 3

TWIB '77 episode 3 recap! The Phillies surge, Don Sutton scuffs, and no one at Wrigley Field can run!

This Date in Mets History: December 10

Farewell, Nolan Ryan. Hello, Kid. Grudging welcome K-Rod.

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