Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver talks to Sal Marchiano about his most fondest memories at the historic ballpark. It was during his time with the Mets that "Tom Terrific" established his career, becoming one of the best starting pitchers in the history of baseball.
* In 1969 Seaver won a league-high 25 games and his first National League Cy Young Award.
* He was part of the 1969 World Champion Mets.
* His number 41 was retired by the Mets in 1988.
Shea Memories: Tom Seaver
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