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    Baseball Autograph 1969 Miracle Mets Team Signed Baseball Steiner Sports COA Certified. When the New York Mets made their first World Series appearance, they did so with a bleak reputation. Against the American League Division champions, the Baltimore Orioles, the Mets were definitely the underdogs. When they beat the Orioles 5-3 in Game 5 in front of 57,000 fans at Shea Stadium, history was made and the Miracle Mets became the first-ever expansion team World Series champions. Team signed ball includes 24 signatures. Signatures include: Ed Kranepool, Bud Harrelson, Wayne Garrett, Ron Swoboda, Cleon Jones, Jerry Grote, Rod Gaspar, Al Weis, Yogi Berra, Donn Clendenon, JC Martin, Joe Pignatano, Ed Charles, Tom Seaver, Jerry Koosman, Amos Otis, Tug McGraw, Ron Taylor, Don Cardwell, Jim McAndrew, Nolan Ryan, Ed Yost and Duffy Dyer. Steiner Sports and MLB Authenticated.

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    June, 2004
    27th Sunday
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