With another year of postseason awards handed out, the closest the Mets came to winning an Award was Terry Collins, who finished third in the Manager of the Year voting. Can you name the Mets who were the first to win a postseason award? Good luck!
Rumor has it that the Mets offseason is being held up by Daniel Murphy. Apparently, the Mets are waiting to see if he accepts the qualifying offer. I doubt he will as an overwhelming majority of players reject the offer. Can you name the player(s) who have accepted the offer? Good luck!
Mets pennants do not come around often. This has only been the fifth in Mets history. You know what comes around less frequently? Yes, no-hitters. Also, Mets NLCS MVPs. Can you name them? Good luck!
It’s a great morning to be a Mets fan. The Mets have overcome everything in the NLDS and have advanced to the NLCS. They even overcame the dirtiest player in baseball. Can you name him? Good luck!
Barring a surprise a team typically sends their best pitcher out there to begin the playoffs. In the Mets history, they have historically done that with two notable exceptions.
For today’s quiz, with the Mets sending this year’s ace to the mound, I am looking to see if you can name the Mets Game One starters in the first round of the playoffs. Good luck!
The Mets are officially one week away from Game One of the NLDS. I figured with the core of this team being so young, I was wondering if you could name the Mets players who have prior postseason experience. Good luck!
Tonight is being touted as a Subway Seeies that finally has meaning behind it. There was a time before the novelty wore off that these games alone were important.
In any event, the Yankees got the host the first ever Subway Series at Yankee Stadium. Under the old rules, the teams would alternate who was home. That meant the first game was played at Shea in 1998. Today’s quiz asks you to name the players who appeared for the Mets in that first home game. Good luck!
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Fourteen years ago, the Twin Towers fell, and American lives were lost. The country mourned and came together. The Mets players would make a symbolic gesture to wear the caps of the First Responders to honor those heroes who risked their lives to save others.
Today’s quiz seeks the names of the First Responder organizations that risked their lives and died on 9/11. God Bless America.
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