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  • VIBaseball
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    I finally managed to catch up with Mr. Schreiber. He now lives in Georgia. Very nice guy, full of entertaining stories about the Mets, especially Casey Stengel -- they did not see eye to eye!

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  • DODGER DEB
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    Have you tried contacting the St. John's Alumni Association for a current address or phone #?

    Just a thought....

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  • VIBaseball
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    Originally posted by POLO GROUNDS 1957
    Hello, you may want to try contacting the new york mets. maybe they can help you in contacting him. Donald detroit mi
    I could have mentioned, I tried that, Donald. I haven't heard anything back from them, unfortunately...

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  • POLO GROUNDS 1957
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    Mets 1963

    Originally posted by VIBaseball
    If anyone can help me get in touch with this gentleman, I would appreciate it. A couple of years ago at least, he lived in Staten Island, but that address is no longer current.

    Before he got his cup of coffee with the Mets (and made the last regular-season out in the Polo Grounds), Ted played for St. John's. In 1958 he hit a homer for the Redmen to win a game at Ebbets Field, after the Dodgers had left. I'd really like to get his memories about this.
    Hello, you may want to try contacting the new york mets. maybe they can help you in contacting him. Donald detroit mi

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  • VIBaseball
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    Ted Schreiber, '63 Mets

    If anyone can help me get in touch with this gentleman, I would appreciate it. A couple of years ago at least, he lived in Staten Island, but that address is no longer current.

    Before he got his cup of coffee with the Mets (and made the last regular-season out in the Polo Grounds), Ted played for St. John's. In 1958 he hit a homer for the Redmen to win a game at Ebbets Field, after the Dodgers had left. I'd really like to get his memories about this.

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