Tom Brady has angered New Yorkers by attempting to trademark the nickname 'Tom Terrific' – a moniker previously bestowed on Mets legend Tom Seaver – and now fans of the Hall of Fame pitcher are planning to rally in response According to SNY.

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' Party, during which Brady memorabilia will be placed into garbage bags filled with baked beans Seaver, 74, was recently diagnosed with dementia, and the 12-time All-Star will no longer be making any public appearances Tom Brady has angered New Yorkers by attempting to trademark the nickname 'Tom Terrific' – a moniker previously bestowed on Mets legend Tom Seaver – and now fans of the Hall of Fame pitcher are planning to rally in response Seaver, 74, was recently diagnosed with dementia, and the 12-time All-Star will no longer be making any public appearances, but fans are planning to protest Brady in his honor Art Shamsky, who won a World Series title with Seaver in 1969, is reportedly planning to attend Tuesday evening's rally in Manhattan Fans are expected to demand that Brady, 41, apologize to Seaver.

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Share this article Share 'He already won six Super Bowl rings and he wants to literally take Tom Terrific name away from the New York Mets which I'm a diehard fan of,' Sojourn owner Sammy Musovit told the New York Post 'I was crushed.

'The filing was recently discovered by Philadelphia's Gerben Law Firm   A three-time Cy Young winner, Seaver is perhaps best known for anchoring the 'Amazin'' Mets pitching staff in 1969, when the franchise went from ninth place a year earlier to an upset of the heavily-favored Baltimore Orioles in the World SeriesThe decision by Brady is unexpected, given Seaver's connection to the nickname, popularity among fans in both New York and Boston (Seaver ended his career with the Red Sox), not to mention his deteriorating health Brady is not often identified as 'Tom Terrific,' and particularly not in New York, where the three-time NFL MVP will always be remembered for 'Deflategate' and, of course, tormenting the Jets 'Tom Brady is an arrogant p***k,' Mets fan Dom D'Angelo, 55, told the Post.

'He's not getting his cheating, ball-deflating paws on "Tom Terrific " Go back to Boston and get your own f***king name, Brady.

'The Mets are expected to unveil plans on a Tom Seaver statue at the team's Citi Field in Queens at the end of the month, when they will honor the 50th anniversary of the 1969 champions A three-time Cy Young winner, Seaver is perhaps best known for anchoring the 'Amazin'' Mets pitching staff in 1969, when the franchise went from ninth place a year earlier to an upset of the heavily-favored Baltimore Orioles in the World Series In 12 years with the Mets, Seaver posted a 198-124 record with a remarkable 2.

57 earned-run average The Mets are expected to unveil plans on a Tom Seaver statue at the team's Citi Field in Queens at the end of the month, when they will honor the 50th anniversary of the 1969 champions'We've been in contact with the Seaver family and are aware of his health situation,' the Mets said in a statement at the time 'Although he's unable to attend the '69 Anniversary, we are planning to honor him in special ways and have included his family in our plans Our thought are with Tom, Nancy and the entire Seaver family.

'Seaver's career continued to flourish after he was traded to Cincinnati in 1977 for Doug Flynn and Steve Henderson as the native Californian posted a 3 18 ERA over six seasons.

Even in 1981, at age 36, Seaver remained one of baseball's best pitchers, going 14-2 with a 2 54 ERA as the Reds won the National League's western division.

Hall of Famer Hank Aaron referred to Seaver as 'the toughest pitcher I've ever faced,' and Hall of Fame pitchers Bob Gibson, Juan Marichal, Jim Palmer, Nolan Ryan, Steve Carlton, Bert Blyleven, and Don Sutton all agreed in an ESPN poll that the Seaver was the best of their generation Seaver received 98.

84 percent of all votes in 1992 when he was elected to the Hall of Fame, which was the highest percentage of votes received at the time This year, former New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera received 100 percent of the votes becoming the the Hall's first unanimous selection   In 12 years with the Mets, Seaver (left) posted a 198-124 record with a remarkable 2 57 earned-run average.

Art Shamsky (right), who won a World Series title with Seaver in 1969, is reportedly planning to attend Tuesday evening's rally in Manhattan.