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Presents Key to the City to Tom Glavine in Honor of His 300th Victory
 
Mayor Bloomberg presents the Key to the City to New York Mets pitcher Tom Glavine in honor of his 300th victory, a feat achieved by only 22 other pitchers in Major League Baseball history. First given in 1702, the Key to the City of New York is presented to distinguished persons for outstanding civic contributions. The Mayor and Glavine were joined by Mets Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer Jeff Wilpon, Tom’s wife Chris, his daughter Amber, and his sons Peyton and Mason. Glavine’s other son, Jonathan, was unable to attend the ceremony.  

Mayor Bloomberg presents the Key to the City to New York Mets pitcher Tom Glavine in honor of his 300th victory, a feat achieved by only 22 other pitchers in Major League Baseball history. First given in 1702, the Key to the City of New York is presented to distinguished persons for outstanding civic contributions. The Mayor and Glavine were joined by Mets Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer Jeff Wilpon, Tom’s wife Chris, his daughter Amber, and his sons Peyton and Mason. Glavine’s other son, Jonathan, was unable to attend the ceremony.
Mayor Bloomberg presents the Key to the City to New York Mets pitcher Tom Glavine in honor of his 300th victory, a feat achieved by only 22 other pitchers in Major League Baseball history. First given in 1702, the Key to the City of New York is presented to distinguished persons for outstanding civic contributions. The Mayor and Glavine were joined by Mets Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer Jeff Wilpon, Tom’s wife Chris, his daughter Amber, and his sons Peyton and Mason. Glavine’s other son, Jonathan, was unable to attend the ceremony.
Mayor Bloomberg presents the Key to the City to New York Mets pitcher Tom Glavine in honor of his 300th victory, a feat achieved by only 22 other pitchers in Major League Baseball history. First given in 1702, the Key to the City of New York is presented to distinguished persons for outstanding civic contributions. The Mayor and Glavine were joined by Mets Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer Jeff Wilpon, Tom’s wife Chris, his daughter Amber, and his sons Peyton and Mason. Glavine’s other son, Jonathan, was unable to attend the ceremony.
Mayor Bloomberg presents the Key to the City to New York Mets pitcher Tom Glavine in honor of his 300th victory, a feat achieved by only 22 other pitchers in Major League Baseball history. First given in 1702, the Key to the City of New York is presented to distinguished persons for outstanding civic contributions. The Mayor and Glavine were joined by Mets Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer Jeff Wilpon, Tom’s wife Chris, his daughter Amber, and his sons Peyton and Mason. Glavine’s other son, Jonathan, was unable to attend the ceremony.
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