Mets Journal: Year by Year and Day by Day with the New York Mets Since 1962

Mets Journal: Year by Year and Day by Day with the New York Mets Since 1962

by John Snyder

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Mets Journal: Year by Year and Day by Day with the New York Mets Since 1962 by John Snyder


Baseball fans will have their hands full well beyond the season of America's favorite game. Dividing the team's history into decades, years, and even days, Mets Journal offers hitting and pitching highlights, team and player stats, interesting and unusual facts -- much more than just a box score. The book also includes photos, sidebars, statistics, and anecdotes, as well as lists of all-time hitting and pitching leaders, all-decade all-star teams, and even the all-time roster and uniform numbers.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781578604739
Publisher: Clerisy Press
Publication date: 03/01/2011
Pages: 448
Sales rank: 1,242,904
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

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Mets Journal: Year by Year and Day by Day with the New York Mets Since 1962 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Duffy-Bondy More than 1 year ago
The Redleg journal, for example, had well over a hundred photographs. Every other Journal book had dozens. The Mets Journal? Zero. Not one photograph. Other "Journals" had historic hitting and pitching lists. The Mets Journal? Zero. To make it worse, there are typos and editing mistakes throughout. There are less "current events" footnotes, such as other"Journals" had that put a season into perspective. There are less baseball footnotes, too. Attempted to look up Rogers Hornsby as a coach in 1962 and there was no mention whatsoever of that Hall of Famer's time with the Mets. But we're told who broadcast a playoff game for FOX or NBC. I've greatly enjoyed and admired the other team "Journals" by John Snyder, and there's much here that is interesting but, overall, this "Journal" seems sloppy and done on the cheap.