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New York Mets Postseason History

The New York Mets have had several runs of success in the National League, and with that success has come plenty of memorable playoff moments. They have won multiple championships in franchise history, with some of the best players and biggest characters in the history of the game putting on a Mets uniform in the month of October.

Perhaps the most memorable version of the Mets was the 1986 team that won the World Series over the Boston Red Sox. Dynamic starting pitching was the calling card for that team, with the Mets sending out elite pitchers like David Cone and Dwight “Doc” Gooden. They were backed by big hitters like Darryl Strawberry and Gary Carter. The Mets won that series in seven games, with the series being best known for the Mets’ comeback win in Game Six that was aided by an error by Boston Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner.

The Mets that season were known for being more bombastic than most teams you see in Major League Baseball. In a sport full of unwritten rules and respect for opponents, the Mets swaggered into the postseason and weren’t afraid to show who they were en route to one of the more exciting World Series that you could ask for.

Mets fans also celebrated a World Series title in 1969, thanks in large part to the brilliant pitching of Tom Seaver. Seaver, one of the best ever to take the mound, was the face of the Mets during that time and is still one of the most fondly remembered players in the history of the franchise. He won the Cy Young award in the 1969 season, and carried that honor with him to a dominant postseason that culminated in what was the team’s first championship.

The Mets have had plenty of rivals in the postseason, but their rivalries with the Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees have notably spilled over from regular season play into the postseason. Being National League East rivals with the Braves and same-city rivals with the Yankees has turned up the intensity on playoff meetings with those teams.

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When do New York Mets playoff tickets go on sale?

Mets playoff tickets usually go on sale when the team clinches a playoff spot, or is close to that point. In many cases this will happen in September, or even early October, but could happen earlier based on the team’s performance throughout the regular season.

How much are New York Mets playoff tickets?

Mets playoff ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Mets playoff tickets can be found for as low as $259.00, with an average price of $339.00.

How to get cheap New York Mets playoff tickets?

If you’re looking for cheap Mets playoff tickets, tickets can be found for as low as $259.00. Additionally, once you click on your preferred event date, use the “sort by price” button located in the top left hand corner of the event page to sort all available Mets playoff tickets by cheapest tickets available.

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