The Mets made some productive deals during the last quarter century, but seem forever admonished for the trading blunders of earlier eras.
There was a feel-good transaction in 1972 when aging but still ultra iconic Willie Mays was obtained from the Giants for Charlie Williams. But the Mets already misfired before that time -- and it wasn't only on the trading front. In the 1966 major league...
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