How much is a 1969 Mets yearbook worth?

How much is a 1969 Mets yearbook worth?

New York Mets Yearbooks 1962 – 2006

Year of Issue Cover Player(s) Price Guide
1969 Floating heads over Shea $100.00 – $125.00
1970 Film Strip World Series celebration $40.00 – $75.00
1971 Play at the plate $35.00 – $50.00
1972 Harrelson, Grote, Seaver $15.00 – $20.00

Who caught last out 1969 World Series?

Cleon Jones
There are several direct connections between the two Mets World Championship teams of 1969 and 1986. Orioles second baseman Davey Johnson flied out to Cleon Jones for the last out of the 1969 World Series; Johnson later managed the 1986 Mets to their World Series title.

Did the Mets win the World Series in 69?

1969 World Series – New York Mets over Baltimore Orioles (4-1) |

Who played first base for the 69 Mets?

baseman Donn Clendenon
First baseman Donn Clendenon was named the series’ most valuable player on the strength of his . 357 batting average, three home runs, and four runs batted in.

How much is a 1962 Mets yearbook worth?

Today the editions from 1962 command the most money, and finding them in better condition can fall between $200- $500. There were five editions of Mets yearbooks issued in 1962, and collecting all can be quite expensive, since one of these is considered one of the rarest pieces of sports memorabilia is history.

Did Nolan Ryan play in the 1969 World Series?

Then in the 1969 World Series, Ryan saved Game 3, pitching 2+1⁄3 shutout innings against the Baltimore Orioles. The Game 3 victory gave the Mets a 2–1 lead in the Series, which they went on to win in five games. It was Ryan’s only World Series appearance in his career.

How many of the 69 Mets are still alive?

Unfortunately, two of the players mentioned in memoriam are still very much alive: former outfielder Jim Gosger, 76, and 70-year-old left-hander Jesse Hudson. The Mets paid tribute to Jim Gosger and Jesse Hudson in their 1969 video. But both are alive.

How many 1969 Mets are dead?

Since that Amazin’ Mets run, nine of the 31 players and coaches from the World Series roster have passed away including World Series MVP Donn Clendenon, manager Gil Hodges, Tommie Agee and the iconic Yogi Berra.

Who played second base for the 69 Mets?

Bobby Pfeil
A utility player for the Mets in 1969, Bobby Pfeil played second base and third and hit . 232 in 211 at-bats.

What happened to Gary Gentry?

The starter pitched three more seasons in Flushing before getting traded to the Braves for the final three years of his career. Gentry re-signed with the Mets in 1975, but an elbow injury in the minors derailed his comeback. He later got involved in the real estate business and is now retired in Scottsdale, Ariz.