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1973 New York Mets season

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1973 NLCS Gm5: Mets get final out to win NL pennant

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1973 WS Gm2: Mets argue after Harrelson out at home

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1973 WS Gm4: Rusty Staub homers to give Mets 3-0 lead

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MLB - 1973 - Keith Jackson Highlights Mets Bud Harrelson Fight With Reds Pete Rose

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Mets 1973 Ball on Wall Play

The 1973 New York Mets season was the 12th regular season for the Mets, who played home games at Shea Stadium. Manager Yogi Berra led the team to a National League East title with an 82–79 record, the National League pennant and a defeat by the Oakland Athletics in the World Series. Their .509 winning percentage is the lowest of any pennant-winner in major league history as of 2017. The season was well known for pitcher Tug McGraw's catchphrase "Ya Gotta Believe!!!"
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