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Yogi Berra
Reading this is like deja vu all over again - it brings back many memories Being with the Mets as a coach and manager, we had some darn good times, especially in '69 and '73 Everything you need to know about the Mets is in here.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780970917027
  • Publisher: Moyer Bell
  • Publication date: 11/1/2001
  • Pages: 404
  • Product dimensions: 6.02 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 1.13 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2002

    Ya Gotta Believe in This Book!

    Howard Blatt has swung for the fences and cleared the bases. This is a terrific find for Mets fans of all ages¿those of us who have suffered and thrilled over the last 40 years as well as those who have just discovered what it means, and takes, to be a Mets fan. Blatt, who spent years covering the Mets for the New York Daily News, has written a wonderfully evocative tome¿with chapters arranged by momentous regular season games, postseason play, best and worse trades, etc.¿that brings the smack of horsehide against leather right into your house. The book is peppered with great quotes from the players, box scores, and a disciplined eye for all the great trivia that true Mets fans live and die by. You'll wind up arguing out loud with Blatt about his choices for the greatest games, and have a great time doing so. Relive the devastation we all felt when we heard of the Seaver trade, the astonishment on our faces when Mookie did a very wonderful thing in the tenth inning of Game 6 of the '86 Series, and the anger and frustration that boiled up when Kenny Rogers walked us out of it in 1999 against the Braves. Blatt has it all here, written in a compelling, funny, vivid style that is all his own. Ya gotta have this book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2002

    Baseball Heaven

    I loved this book. If you are a baseball fan, half the fun is reliving great moments. Blatt puts you back on the field only the way a good sportswriter can. There is also plenty of stuff from off the field. I love baseball and this book does it for me. Even after reading it, it's a book you can pick up and enjoy all over again. My second Blatt book. He knows how to write about baseball. Buy it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2002

    Another Met Miracle

    I sat in the parking lot of Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, NJ, in October of 1961 in my '55 Ford that my parents had given me for high school graduation that June. All I could think of was that the expansion draft was happening, the one that would finally give New York an NL team to replace my beloved Dodgers. I was glued to the radio as Hobie Landrith became 'our' first Met. For the next 40 years, raising four kids and relocating to Colorado, and being mad at the franchise off and on during the M. Donald Grant years, I thought I had as much knowledge as anyone about the Mets. Then I found Howard Blatt's incredible Amazin' Met Memories, with a wonderful and honest forward by Bud Harrelson, and I realized that Blatt knew more about the Mets that I had forgotten. This is an enjoyable and fascinating chronicle of 40 sometimes great, always frustrating years. Blatt has captured the essence of the Mets, and one can feel his passion from beginning to end.

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