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MLB: New York Mets Greatest Games

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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Looking Forward To It May 3 2008
By Wilcy Moore - Published on Amazon.com
Since the picture on the box was too small for me to read and the product description didn't tell me anything I wanted to know, I contacted A&E to find out which games are included in this collection. Here is their response:

DISC 1: 1969 World Series Game 4 vs Baltimore Orioles--Tom Seaver's 10-inning win was a decisive point of the '69 World Series as the Mets upset the heavily favored Orioles.

DISC 2: 1986: National League Championship Series Game 3 vs Houston Astros--This come-from-behind bottom-of-the-ninth victory ended with Lenny Dykstra's famous walk-off home run.

DISC 3: 1986: World Series Game 6 vs Boston Red Sox--Considered "Baseball's greatest game", this improbable 10th-inning, miracle two-out comeback reached its climax with Mookie Wilson's swing and "...here comes Knight and the Mets win it!"

DISC 4: 1999: National League Championship Series Game 5 vs Atlanta Braves--Robin Ventura's "grand slam single" won this 15-inning game endurance test.

DISC 5: Sept. 21, 2001: Regular season vs Atlanta Braves --The emotionally charged first game in New York City after the 9/11 terrorist attacks was electrified by Mike Piazza's 8th inning 2-run home run.

DISC 6: May 19, 2006: Inter-League vs New York Yankees--David Wright's walk-off hit snatched victory away from the cross-town rival Yankees in this classic see-saw battle.

DVD features include:
1969 World Series Last Inning
Gary Carter Game-Winning HR (1985 Opening Day vs. Cardinals)
1986 NL East Division Clincher Highlights (September 17 vs. Cubs)
1986 World Series Game 7 Highlights
Matt Franco GW RBI (July 10, 1999 vs. Yankees)
Todd Pratt GW HR (1999 NLDS Game 4 vs. Diamondbacks)
Mets Win National League Pennant (2000 NLCS Game 5 vs. Cardinals)
2006 Walk-Off Moments
Mets Clinch NL East Division (September 19, 2006 vs. Marlins)
Clutch Catch by Endy Chavez (2006 NLCS Game 7)
Bill Shea Interview
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4.0 out of 5 stars A must have for any Mets' fan... July 15 2008
By M. V. Marinello - Published on Amazon.com
Simply put, it is a must have for any New York Mets fan. While I wish there was more drama and build up to some of the excerpts - Todd Pratt's walk-off homerun against the Diamondbacks as an example - I couldn't be more pleased with the purchase. It will be something I can use to look back on the past and remember with fondness, as well as something to get me through the rough times when the present isn't going so well...
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4.0 out of 5 stars NY METS THE ESSENTIAL GAMES OF SHEA STADIUM Nov. 23 2008
By A. Viola - Published on Amazon.com
A lot to watch. Any fan interested in Mets or baseball history will enjoy watching. The game has changed over the years. You decide if it is for the better.
5.0 out of 5 stars Mets June 17 2011
By bigdcowgal - Published on Amazon.com
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This video is an excellent value for the money and is an essential for any Mets fan. The company is very good to work with and purchase from.
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely essential June 9 2011
By Greg B. - Published on Amazon.com
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I am not a Mets fan, but am a fan of baseball alltogether and I recently ordered this set, mostly for both the 1986 games. Plus I always enjoy seeing great games I've never seen before. I've gotta say, now, that I was so moved...almost to tears, by the 1st game at Shea after the 9/11 attacks. Whereas most MLB productions games go right to the first pitch, this one shows the complete pregame honouring those who passed during Sep 11. You can see the emotion on the faces of the players and fans before the game...realizing that everyone there knew at least someone who was a victim. Tears in the eyes of some players and many fans. This set has many great GAMES, but this one in particular is a piece of history.

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