As you should always expect, some of the merchandise is downright mundane (everyday Santana jerseys and tees in no way actually commemorating the no-hitter), and the rest runs the gamut from classy to creepy. What follows isn't at all a complete overview of every item, just a few notes on some I found interesting for whatever reason.
Personally, I find the whole "No-han" thing kind of cheesy, but beyond that, I suppose neither of these is particularly good or bad. If someone were to give me one of these, I doubt I'd ever wear it.
The (just plain) "No-hitter Adjustable Cap"
This one, I like. The logo is sharp, and the signature is a nice touch. It gets the point across without being loud, and there's no forced attempt at being witty.
If apparel isn't your preferred way of commemorating a historic, stat-based event, there's a nice selection of things to hang on your wall, including:
OK, this thing is awesome. An action pic, a shot of the scoreboard, and a notated linescore. Classy, classy, classy. Had I not already invested in some other memorabilia quickly after the game (more on that later), I'd probably get one of these. If I happen upon one on ebay years from now, I'll probably make a run at it.
The perfect way to let everyone know you were there on that magic night when the no-hitter drought finally ended (or got on the internet and spent $50 for a reprint, anyway).
Good idea, bad execution. First off, if you read the full description the piece of a "game-used" baseball mounted into the collage isn't necessarily from that game, just "a New York Mets regular season game."
Secondly, the centerpiece photo appears to be a mini-Johan bursting through the abdomen of a full-sized Johan as orange blood splatters everywhere. All I can think of when I look at this plaque is that infamous scene from Alien.