New York Mets July 4th History

Posted on by Kerel Cooper

The research in the video above came from Mets.com, nonohitters.com and nationalpastime.com. Be sure to check out these sites for more Mets July 4th highlights.

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2 Responses to New York Mets July 4th History

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  2. 4EverMets says:

    I spent the Bicentenial celebration at Shea for a doubleheader vs. the Phillies in '76. Of course the Mets were swept but what I remember most was this cannon that was used for the between game festivities that blew a hole in the fence in leftfield. Lol!! Happy 4th!!!

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