The New York Mets Essential Games Of Shea Stadium

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As the home for the New York Mets since 1964, Shea Stadium has hosted an amazing array of history-making ballgames, all-time players, colorful managers, and millions of devoted fans. From the high-flying championship teams to the low-flying planes, the sounds of Shea Stadium are ingrained in the hearts of the enthusiastic crowds who cheer their New York Mets.

This six-game, 6-DVD collection spans five decades of promise, amusement, jubilation, and Mets baseb… More >>

The New York Mets Essential Games Of Shea Stadium

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5 Comments
  1. Saw this at Best Buy for $44.99 and Shea Goodbye for $19.99. I live near Flushing and have seen the construction of The Overblown Travesty of Citi Field everyday going to and from work and this looked interesting.

    This says it has 6 complete games and totals more than 16 hours and Shea Goodbye has just the highlights and totals only 76 minutes. Not really into baseball too much but living in NY less than 5 miles from Shea Stadium thought I might pickup and watch once Shea was destroyed and that $600+ million retro Ebbets Field with the 20 year $20 million naming rights joke called Citi Field replaced it. unless you’re a real diehard Mets fan who wants to watch 6 complete games like they show Yankees games on MSG or YES network here in NY, I’d stick to the 76 minutes Shea Goodbye.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. OK, so I wasn’t around in 1969, but how can you leave out that game

    And what the heck is that game with Mets and Yankees where Wright hit a walk off? That game is barely memorable. In fact, I had to look it up to see what game they are actually showing on this DVD.

    against Atlanta where the Mets scored 10 runs in the bottom of the eighth capped off by a Piazza 3-run home run? June 30, 2000. That was definitely the most memorable game for me. Shea was ROCKIN that inning. And this was in the midst of the hated rivalry between the Mets and Braves. The days of Rocker and Chipper. And this was the day after Rocker’s return to Shea after making his racist comments.

    I was going to buy this DVD set until I found out this game was not featured. Any mets fan knows exactly what game I’m talking about. At least I still have it on VHS.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Where’s the ’73 season???? The 1973 National League series clinching game 5 victory over the mighty Cincinnatti Reds was played at Shea Stadium. Not to mention the Mets won 2 out of 3 at Shea in the World Series against Oakland.

    What gives? Maybe there will be a VOL. 2
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. This DVD is missing some great moment in history like 69 and 73, but I’m a Mets fan and I enjoyed what they had. Felt a little cheated that it wasn’t complete. Maybe that’s why they didn’t list what is on the DVD. Anyway, if you’re a Mets fan you should check out Mathematically Alive. Great movie about what it means to be a fan and how serious people take the sport. Very interesting and I like that it went beyond the fans and the game and explored the psychological aspects of fandom with a sport psychologist. Check it out at http://www.mathematicallyalive.com or Mathematically Alive: A Story of Fandom DVD
    Rating: 3 / 5

  5. 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.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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