More about Mr. Met 1.5

Eric from the awesome Stadium Page says:

Hi,
I saw your post about the freaky Mr. Met from the mid-90’s.  It looks it was introduced in 1994 (the pic you posted must’ve been from 1995 since there was no “swoosh” on the jersey).  From looking at other old programs/yearbooks, the current Mr. Met was introduced in 96.

Check out these pics I scanned from a 1994 Mets program:
1 – Yes, that’s the freak Mr. Met with Dallas Green, Ryan Thompson, Bobby Bonilla and John Franco.
2 – Surely Fred Wilpon’s finest hour!

Wow, I am starting to think this actually happened!  I clearly have erased my brain of any recollection of this.  Maybe I was too busy staring at the “swoosh” jerseys.  Maybe I was just happy Mr. Met was back at all.  And stop calling me Quaid.

I need to learn as much as possible about Mr. Met One Point Five

As for Fred & Stimpy (I know, I know, it’s just a better joke if i phrase it that way) – one thing about Fred Wilpon.  He would never charge you to prin….oh wait never mind, that’s Ren.

Who else has Mr. Met Uno Punto Cinco pics for me?

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11 comments
Steve D
Steve D

The caption says Mr. Met was a regular at Shea until the late 1970s. I frequented Shea the entire 70s...I don't recall EVER seeing Mr. Met. Anyone have a photo of him in the 70s? Leisure suit, long sideburns, gold chain?

Sparks
Sparks

Gianormous head, eyes that move, adjustable eyebrows, and at least 2 different mouths plus a tongue. The more I see of this guy, the more lame the current Mr. Met gets.

Media Goon
Media Goon

Hypno toad plus rekal equals no mr met 1.5