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New York Mets Quadruple Signed MLB Baseball - Signed By Strawberry Gooden Orosco and Wilson (Steiner Sports Auth)
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New York Mets Quadruple Signed MLB Baseball - Signed By Strawberry Gooden Orosco and Wilson (Steiner Sports Auth)


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This baseball has been signed by Darryl Strawberry, Dwight "Doc" Gooden, Jesse Orosco, and Mookie Wilson. In 1986 these 4 would help lead the New York Mets to a World Series title over the Boston Red Sox.


Darryl Strawberry won the National League Rookie of the Year Award in 1983 by batting .257, smacking 26 home runs and driving in 74 runs for the New York Mets. Over the course of his 17-year career he crushed 335 home runs, drove in 1,000 runs, was selected to an amazing eight straight All-Star Games and, in 1988, he led the National League in home runs with 39. Strawberry won a World Series Championship with the Mets in 1986 and three more with the New York Yankees in 1996, 1998 and 1999.

 Debuting with the Mets in 1984 as a 19 year-old Dwight "Doc" Gooden quickly established himself as one of the most dominant young pitchers of his generation. That season he was named Rookie of the Year and finished second in the Cy Young Award voting posting a 17-9 record and a 2.60 ERA. He followed that up in 1985 with one of the most dominant seasons of all time going 24-4 with a 1.53 ERA earning him the Cy Young Award. After 11 seasons with the Mets Gooden slipped into pinstripes for the 1996 season helping the cross-town rivals capture the World Series and even throwing a no-hitter on May 14 1996.


As a former relief pitcher in Major League Baseball, he holds the major league record for career pitching appearances. Orosco had his best seasons in the early and mid-1980s with the Mets. He had a career-best 1.47 ERA in 1983. That year, he also won 13 games and saved 17, with 110 innings pitched, making his first All-Star Team and finishing third in the National League Cy Young Award voting. Orosco struck out the final batter of the 86 World Series to win the World Series.


Mookie Wilson was drafted by the New York Mets in the second round of the 1977 MLB Amateur Draft and played his first ten years in the Majors with the Mets before becoming a Blue Jay for three years. In the 1986 World Series against the Boston Red Sox Wilson hit the ground ball up the first base line that got by Buckner and the rest was history.Š

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