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164 results for METS

61 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for METS.

DateGridClueAuthor
58D2015 World Series teamDavid J. Kahn
58D___-Willets Point (subway station in Queens, N.Y.)Sam Ezersky
63D"Miracle" team of 1969 (4)Ori Brian and Zachary Spitz
55DSubway Series squadDavid Woolf
67AN.L. East teamDavid Poole
13DPro team with blue-and-orange jerseysIan Livengood
1A1969 and 1986 World Series champsBruce Haight
70AYankees' hometown rivalsJohn E. Bennett
68DSubway Series team (3)Alan Arbesfeld
11D1986 World Series champs (3)Alan Arbesfeld
10D51-Down team (2)Joel Fagliano
56D"Meet the ___" (major-league fight song) (2)David Quarfoot
55DTeam whose colors are blue and orangeBill Thompson
54DTeam that got a new ballpark in 2009Michael Shteyman
9D"Meet the ___" (major-league fight song) (2)Brendan Emmett Quigley and Caleb Madison
67ACiti Field team (3)Steven E. Atwood
53DWillie Mays's last teamJeff Dubner
52DTeam Gil Hodges both played for and managedAlan Arbesfeld
64ACiti Field team (3)Gail Grabowski
13D"Amazin'" team (2)Tim Wescott
36DCiti Field team (3)Caleb Madison
8DSubway Series participantAshish Vengsarkar
129ACiti Field team, starting in 2009David J. Kahn
63ALast team managed by Casey StengelSteven L. Zisser
55D"Miracle" team of 1969 (4)Peter A. Collins
25AShea squad (2)Nancy Salomon
29D"Miracle" team of 1969 (4)Patrick Blindauer
33DTeam with a bridge in its logo (2)Ed Early
1AMajor-league team with the most season losses, 120, in the 20th centuryJoe DiPietro
8DQueens subject?Ben and Mark Tausig
89D29-Down team (2)Ashish Madhukar Vengsarkar
50DTeam since 1962Manny Nosowsky
33D1962 expansion teamCraig Kasper
13D"How 'bout them ___?" (classic conversation segue)Kevan Choset
39D"Miracle" workers of 1969Sherry O. Blackard
13AThey beat the 39-Across in the 1986 8-DownDavid J. Kahn
60A2000 "subway series" losersLynn Lempel
13D1986 World Series champs (3)Manny Nosowsky
64DShea team (2)Sarah Keller
58D1969 miracle teamAdam G. Perl
24ANew York tickertape honorees, 1962, '69 and '86Martin Ashwood-Smith
10ASubway Series team (3)Peter Gordon
12D"Miracle" team of 1969 (4)Randall J. Hartman
73ASubway Series team (3)Tyler Hinman
56DMiracle workers of '69Bonnie S. Prystowsky
1ATeam with a bridge in its logo (2)Randolph Ross
13D"Amazin' " team (2)Trip Payne
27A1969 Series winnersCathy Millhauser
55DGiants' successorsDana Motley
34ATeam at SheaBrendan Emmett Quigley
31DExpansion team of 1962Trip Payne
24ANew York nineRobert Goldberg
22AShea nineJeff Herrington
51DQueens teamG. R. Ferguson
37DFlushing Meadows teamR. Max Hopkins
6A1986 World Series champs (3)Gregory E. Paul
21DShea squad (2)Robert Zimmerman
94D"Miracle" groupMerl Reagle
6DSports team since 1962Nancy Nicholson Joline
21AShea team (2)Sidney L. Robbins
18AShea Stadium nineThomas W. Schier

4 results for METS from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Oct 10, 2004other60AThey have gay shamesLee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
May 9, 2004diagramless64AQueens teamBrendan Emmett Quigley
Aug 5, 2001diagramless37A1986 World Series winnersFrank Longo
May 31, 1998cryptic16ABaseball team to stop back (4)Richard Silvestri

99 results for METS from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
1DShea nineBernice GordonMaleska
6AMgr. Hodges's "Cinderella team"Bernice GordonMaleska
54DWorld Series winners: 1986Ernie FurtadoMaleska
12DN.Y.C. baseball teamMartha J. DeWittMaleska
48A"Cinderella team" of 1969Eugene T. MaleskaMaleska
62AShea nineEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
10D"Miracle team" of 1969Arnold MossMaleska
53DWorld Series champions: 1986H. Hastings ReddallMaleska
31DDodgers' victims in 1988 playoffsShirley SolowayMaleska
38DN.Y. teamEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
30DGiants' successorsCharlotte ShoreMaleska
47AN.Y. heroes in 1986Nancy Scandrett RossMaleska
124AShea nineBette Sue CohenMaleska
119ASeries winners: 1969 and 1986Norma SteinbergMaleska
16DWorld Series winners: 1986Frances HansenMaleska
32DWilson, Johnson, Carter et al.FinnMaleska
43AShea nineA. J. SantoraMaleska
23AStrawberry's bunchLois SidwayMaleska
5AMiracle team of '69Ernst TheimerMaleska
30AShea performersShirley SolowayMaleska
1DBaseball champs in 1969JohnsonMaleska
67ACinderella team of '69Lois SidwayMaleska
40AFrank Howard's boysLouis SabinMaleska
10AN.L. teamElio DesiderioMaleska
65ASeaver and Koosman, onceChristy RidleyMaleska
70A"Miracle team" of 1969Joel D. LafargueMaleska
19DKoosman and Seaver, onceWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
67A"Cinderella team" of 1969C. J. AngioMaleska
64ATwo great N.Y. centers of cultureKay SullivanMaleska
40ANew York nineAudrey KochMaleska
11D"Cinderella team" of 1969John GreenmanMaleska
105DWorld Series winners: 1969Walter WebbMaleska
53DTorre's troopsI. Judah KoolykMaleska
58A"Cinderella team" of 1969Herb L. RisteenMaleska
1AN.Y. nineC. J. AngioMaleska
35DThey play at SheaMeunierMaleska
4DTorre's menAlex F. BlackMaleska
42AThey started with StengelJean J. DavisonMaleska
61ANew York teamKathryn RighterMaleska
128AShea nineMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
35AShea teamFrances HansenMaleska
109AN.Y. teamJay SpryMaleska
56DQueens athletesWilliam LutwiniakWeng
39DN.Y. playersSidney L. RobbinsWeng
12DBaseball teamJohn PrytzWeng
24AShea tenantsAllan BlackmanWeng
67AN. L. playersAllan BlackmanWeng
51AQueens athletesRaymond F. EisnerWeng
56AShea tenantsMichael EisenbergWeng
105DQueens groupOlga KowalsWeng
68DThe AmazingsStanley GlassWeng
3DN. Y. athletesMartha J. DeWittWeng
34DYogi's teamUnknownWeng
71AN. Y. teamUnknownWeng
17ABall teamUnknownWeng
58AN. Y. playersUnknownWeng
25D1969 champsUnknownWeng
36DN.Y. teamUnknownWeng
38ABerra's nineJim PageWeng
64AShea tenantsUnknownWeng
23AGil’s crewUnknownWeng
40DShea tenantsUnknownWeng
37AChamps of 1969UnknownWeng
19ASports-page nameUnknownWeng
1AN.L. teamUnknownWeng
72DBaseball teamGladys V. MillerWeng
64DN.Y. nineUnknownWeng
80AShea occupantsEugene T. MaleskaWeng
40DChampionsUnknownWeng
16ANeighbors of La GuardiaUnknownWeng
13DYankees' counterpartUnknownWeng
56DBall teamUnknownWeng
16D1969 champsW. W.Weng
1ASeaver, Jones et al.UnknownWeng
10ABaseball team.UnknownWeng
37ABall club.UnknownWeng
13DBaseball team.UnknownWeng
42DPride of New York.UnknownFarrar
40DMen from Shea.UnknownFarrar
58DBall club.UnknownFarrar
38DBall team.UnknownFarrar
35DWes Westrum's men.S. A. KayFarrar
24DBall team.H. L. RisteenFarrar
5APopular ball team.UnknownFarrar
86DNational Leaguers.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
62ABall team.UnknownFarrar
40DStengel's pride.UnknownFarrar
51DBall team.UnknownFarrar
61DBerra's boys.UnknownFarrar
29DPopular "cellar-dwellers."UnknownFarrar
13DBall team.UnknownFarrar
18ABall club.Louise EarnestFarrar
6AThat 23-inning team.UnknownFarrar
126ABall team.Mary GrowFarrar
1ADiamond phenomenon.UnknownFarrar
47ASports phenomenon.UnknownFarrar
10AThe team to watch.UnknownFarrar
1ANew N. Y. team for 1962.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
65AFisherman's gear.UnknownFarrar