Found July 12, 2013 on Mets360.com:
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1970 7/14 Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati NL 5-AL 4 (12 innings) Coming off the Mets’ first World Championship, Gil Hodges was the NL skipper, unfortunately I do not have access at this time to see who besides the announced other NL managers that he selected as coaches to round out his staff. Joining him in Cincinnati was Bud Harrelson and Tom Seaver. Seaver was picked to start the All-Star Game, and went the first three innings and allowing just one hit, and struck out 4. Harrelson would come in during the 7th inning, replacing Don Kessinger. Harrelson would go 2 for three, and scored two runs. 1971 7/13 Tiger Stadium, Detroit AL 6-NL 4 With voting for All-Star Game starters returning to the fans the year before, Harrelson would be the first Met to be elected by the fans. Seaver would once again join Harrelson on the NL Roster. Harrelson would end up going 0-2 before being lifted in the 6th, and Seaver would not appear in the game. 1972 7/25 Atlanta Stadium, Atlanta NL 4-A...
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