Photofile PFSAAEJ03201 Tom Seaver – Ball in hand Sports Photo – 8 x 10
SEAVER PITCHED FOR THE NY METS FOR 12 SEASONS AND WON 198 GAMES WITH AN ERA OF 2.57! THE METS DID THE UNTHINKABLE WHEN THEY TRADED TOM SEAVER ON JUNE 15,1977 OVER A SALARY DISPUTE WITH BOARD CHAIRMAN M. DONALD GRANT.
“What were they thinking?’’ former teammate Bud Harrelson asked?
Tom Seaver New York Mets Hall of Fame Plaque Canvas-
SHOW YOU SUUPORT FOR THE BEST PITCHER IN NY METS HISTORY WHEN YOU DISPLAY THIS
Tom Seaver New York Mets Hall of Fame Plaque Canvas!
New York Mets Tom Seaver 11.5″ x 11.5″ Home Plate Plaque-
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Tom Seaver New York Mets Fanatics Authentic Framed 15″ x 17″ Baseball Hall of Fame Collage with Facsimile Signature–
Each collectible is designed with a photo of the Hall of Fame player, an enshrinement plaque photo, and a descriptive plate with facsimile signature. It comes double matted and framed in wood and is officially licensed by Major League Baseball. The finished piece measures 15″ x 17″ x 1″ and is ready to hang in any home or office.
After the Miracle: The Lasting Brotherhood of the ’69 Mets Hardcover – March 19, 2019 by Art Shamsky, Erik Sherman
The inside account of an iconic team in baseball history: the 1969 New York Mets told by outfielder Art Shamsky, Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver, and other teammates as they reminisce about what happened then and where they are today.
One Nation Under Baseball: How the 1960s Collided with the National Pastime Hardcover – April 1, 2017 by John Florio (Author), Ouisie Shapiro (Author), Bob Costas (Foreword)
One Nation Under Baseball highlights the intersection between American society and America’s pastime during the 1960s, when the hallmarks of the sport—fairness, competition, and mythology—came under scrutiny. John Florio and Ouisie Shapiro examine the events of the era that reshaped the game: the Koufax and Drysdale million-dollar holdout, the encroachment of television on newspaper coverage, the changing perception of ballplayers from mythic figures to overgrown boys, the arrival of the everyman Mets and their free-spirited fans, and the lawsuit brought against team owners by Curt Flood. One Nation Under Baseball brings to life the seminal figures of the era—including Bob Gibson, Marvin Miller, Tom Seaver, and Dick Young—richly portraying their roles during a decade of flux and uncertainty.