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The rallying cry for the Mets' 1973 pennant drive was "You Gotta Believe," and it was coined by often-quotable Tug McGraw. He was very up-and-down that year but terrific in the final month or so of the season with 11 saves and four victories. McGraw didn't allow a run n five innings in the NLCS against Cincinnati and was 1-0 with a 2.63 ERA and a save in the World Series loss to Oakland.
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