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Tom Seaver

Often referred to simply as The Franchise during his time in New York, Tom Seaver was the greatest player in New York Mets history.  The righthander helped bring a level of respectability to a franchise that previously experienced little in the way of success, eventually leading his team to two National League pennants and one world championship.  Seaver did so with an air of professionalism that made him one of the most admired and respected players of his time.

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1969 New York Mets

The Miracle Mets of 1969

1986 New York Mets

The best team in Mets history, won 108 games and pulled off a game 6 miracle in the World Series. 

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