Mets Audio Library
The Mets In Song And Music
Mets Sounds Of The Sixties
The First Mets Game (Five Innings)
The Original Broadcast Team of Bob Murphy, Lindsey Nelson, & Ralph Kiner call the Amazin’s first game in 1962.
Nicknamed the “Old Perfessor”, Casey talks about how amazing and beloved Mets fans are.
Mets Give Up 6 Runs In The First
Lindsey Nelson and Bob Murphy had to call plenty of games like this one during the Mets inaugural season.
A Mets and Giants 1962 Baseball Brawl
Willie Mays goes after Roger Craig as benches clear and fists begin flying. One of the most infamous bloody brawls of all time as many were carted or assisted off the field when it was over.
A Heartbreaker For Tom Seaver
Bob Murphy makes the call as Jimmy Qualls of the Cubs breaks up Tom Seaver’s perfect game with a one-out single in the ninth inning on July 9, 1969.
Ron Swoboda On Casey Stengel
Swoboda tries to explain the creative ways of how Casey would get his message across to the players.
Mets Win The Eastern Division
In 1969 The Mets Clinched The NL East For The First Time In Franchise History.
The Groovy Mets Seventies
Ralph Kiner With The Call
The Astros Turn Their First Triple Play Ever Against The Mets in 1971.
Bob Murphy Announces The Mets Starting Lineup 8/5/72
Jim Fregosi is batting sixth while Nolan Ryan is hurling a no-hitter. Damn… Jon Matlack second in the NL in ERA say’s Murph.
Tug McGraw (Ya Gotta Believe)
The Late Reliever Explains The Inspiration Behind The Phrase That Would Define The 1973 Mets.
The 1973 Mets World Series Game 5 Lineup
Lots of boos and hardly any cheers by the Oakland A’s fans, Koosman came up big for us.
Tom Seaver Interviewing Ted Williams?
Or is Ted Williams interviewing Tom Seaver? You decide…
The Eighties Were Bad (In A Good Way!)
The former Met and Hall of Famer, strikes out Danny Heep on July 11, 1985 and registers his 4000th strikeout.
Gary Carter Hits A Walk-Off Homer In Mets Debut
Bob Murphy calls it as Carter snaps a 5-5 deadlock on Opening Day with a walk-off homer in the bottom of the 10th to beat the Cardinals. Welcome to New York, Gary Carter!
Game Six – Gets By Buckner
Rounding third Knight and the Mets win! Bob Murphy with the unforgettable call.
1986 World Series
Bob Murphy with the Final Out Call – The Mets Win!
Mike Scoscia 1988 NLCS
The call by Bob Murphy as Dwight Gooden gets tagged by a heartbreaking Mike Scioscia homerun. <gulp>
Keith Hernandez is wrongly accused of being the “Spitter”, but evidence shows it was Roger McDowell from the grassy knoll who fired the alleged loogy.
The Roaring Nineties
Mike Piazza Powers The Mets Over The Yankees
In 1999, Mike Piazza hits a monumental blast off the left-field picnic tent at Shea Stadium during the Subway Series as Bob Murphy and Gary Cohen exclaim, “Oh my goodness, where did that land?”
Matt Franco Finishes The Yankees Off
Matt Franco hits the game-winning 2-run single off Yankees closer Mariano Rivera in the 9th inning. Edgardo Alfonzo scores the winning run in a dramatic 9-8 win.
Mike Piazza Drills A Billy Wagner Fastball
Gary Cohen gets crazy after Mike Piazza crushes a 3-run bomb off of Astros closer Billy Wagner during the heat of a pennant race in September of ’98.
1999 NLDS Todd Pratt
Nothing better than a walk-off homerun in the NLDS against the Diamondbacks. Especially when Gary Cohen calls it!
1999 NLCS Robin Ventura
1999 Walk-Off Grand Slam Single - I’ll never forget this one, it was freezing and raining and we were all on cloud nine!
John Rocker Apologizes For Being A Dick
Braves closer puts down New York Mets fans in the most appalling way and then apologizes.
The Yet To Be Classified 2000′s
Bobby Tosses A Gem
Bobby Jones puts the finishing touch on a complete game four-hitter over the Cards on July 30, 2000.
The Final Out
The Mets Win 2000 The NLCS! Gary Cohen nearly loses his voice as the Mets are headed to the World Series to face the Yankees.
2000 World Series Piazza vs Clemens
Who can ever forget this epic battle as Clemens flings a bat toward Piazza’s way. Not a happy ending for the Mets.
Final Out Of The 2000 Subway Series
John Sterling Makes The God Awful Call
Mike Piazza Lifts A Wounded City
Another one of those memorable Mets moments as Mike Piazza blasts an emotional game winning homerun against the Braves in the first game Following 9/11. Bob Murphy announcing.
December 2004 – Omar Minaya explains why signing Pedro Martinez was just a first step toward opening up many new possibilities for the Mets.
Omar Minaya (WFAN)
The Met’s GM Explains the 3:00 AM EST Firing of Willie Randolph who flew all the way to the West Coast after asking if he still had a job the day before.
The 2007 Collapse (Ugh)
Tom Glavine Wins No. 300 With The Mets
Howie Rose makes the call as Glavine solidifies his future election to the Hall of Fame.
Citi Field 2009 Opening Day
April 9, 2009 – The Mets are announced as they take the field for the first time ever in their new home ballpark. (Credit Steve Contursi)
Mets Fans Hate Sweet Caroline?
Further evidence that the Mets fans hate this putrid Red Sox favorite? Hmm, I can swear I hear a lot of singing along with the jeers.
Mike and the Mad Dog Call It Quits
The end of an era in sports talk radio.
SNY Mets Baseball Theme
I don’t know why I threw this on here because I never really cared for it.
For even more great sounds from our national pastime, please check out Sounds of the Game by Stephen Contursi.
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