New York Times Cover Reprint Signed by Jesse Orosco - October 28 1986 Mets Win It City Loves It
His glove flew high in the air punctuating a Mets championship in 1986. Its a moment captured in time and will forever be how Jesse Orosco is remembered. Orosco had struck out the last batter of the 1986 World Series giving the Mets the title. Over the course of his 24 seasons in the big leagues Orosco played for 9 teams was elected to the All-Star game twice and won 2 World Series Championships 1986 1988. In addition he holds the MLB record for games pitched 1252. This NYT reprint is signed by Orosco and comes with a Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity.