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The New York Mets by Richard Grossinger
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Jun 19, 2011

it was ok

Written after the 2006 season, I found this book to be enjoyable for the most part. It was all over the place, as was expected after I learned that it was a compilation of chapters he had written for other books, some of which were published and some of which were not. I learned about players I had never heard of (and learned new things about players I was familiar with), but it was a bit too heavy on references I didn’t understand and poem-like excerpts that went on for too long.

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