New York Mets Shea Stadium Licenced MLB Mini Home Plate/Coaster
New York Mets Mini Home Plate/Coaster
These Pocket Size Replica Of The Official Home Plate Of the New York Mets are approximately 5" x 5" and ideal for use as a coaster, to display or just to collect. Rubber construction helps avoid slippage. Approx 3/8" thick. Brand new in sealed packaging as shown.
Since 1939, Schutt Sports’ Jack Corbett Hollywood Bases Have Been Used By Major League Baseball.
These commemorative plates feature a graphic and the text 'Shea Stadium 1964-2008' and are licensed by Major League Baseball.
From the Mets first game at Shea on April 17, 1964 to its closure on the 28th September 2008, it has been an iconic stadium, included in scenes from films as diverse as The Odd Couple (1968) to 'Men in Black' 1997 and Two Weeks Notice (2002) with a host of 'guests', including, in no particular order
- Summer Festival for Peace featuring amongst others Creedence Clearwater Revival, Steppenwolf, Miles Davis and Janis Joplin
- Retiring Robinson's iconic #42
- Willie Mays first game at Shea as a Met
- World Series
- NFL Games, including the AFC Championship in 1968
- NCAA Football
- Pope John Paul II
- The Beatles
- The Who
- Simon and Garfunkle
- The Stones
- Elton John
- Eric Clapton
- Bruce Springsteen