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New York Mets

New York Mets Author Matthew Silverman
ISBN-10 9780760339602
Release 2011-03-16
Pages 208
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The history of the New York Mets is presented with pictures and accounts of their greatest players and teams.

Best Mets

Best Mets Author Matthew Silverman
ISBN-10 9781630760915
Release 2014-06-16
Pages 224
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As the New York Mets celebrate their fiftieth anniversary of National League baseball, this rollicking chronicle recounts a half century of the team’s ups and downs. Chapters recount the best and worst teams; the greatest players; the most thrilling wins and most excruciating losses; the most memorable and forgettable teams in franchise history; and even a guide to appreciating the Mets, including tips on spring training as well as the best sports bars to see the Mets on TV without having to fight for the remote. Sidebars relating Mets lore (i.e., Jerry Seinfeld’s obsession with Keith Hernandez), colorful Mets characters (both players and fans alike), and stats on the best and worst of all things Mets further add to this celebration of the first fifty years of New York’s most Amazin’ and frustrating sports franchise.

The Amazins

The Amazins Author Triumph Books,
ISBN-10 9781633190955
Release 2014-05-01
Pages 176
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of this beloved franchise, Triumph Books and the New York Post are jointly publishing The Amazins, a history of the Mets that includes all the highlights, the lowlights, the Hall of Famers, the underachievers, the great games and the memorable moments, virtually everything, in fact, from the rich history that makes their fans as passionate about their team as any in baseball.

Big League Ballparks

Big League Ballparks Author Gary Gillette
ISBN-10 1435114523
Release 2009
Pages 512
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Extensive guide to all 30 big-league ballparks detailing the best and worst seats in the park, inside scoop on concessions, where to stay, and how to make the most out of your baseball experience.

Full Count

Full Count Author Frank Messina
ISBN-10 9781599217574
Release 2009-04-14
Pages 176
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The subject of a front-page New York Times article, Frank Messina takes the same seat at every New York Mets home game. His self proclaimed title as “The Mets Poet” is emblazoned across the back of his Mets jersey and printed on the season–ticket-holder plaque next to his seat. A collection of seventy-five of his poems that pay homage to his favorite team, Full Count is the ideal inspiration for any Mets fan, whether in those all-too-long, quiet stretches of life between games or for impassioned recitation in the bleachers or in front of the TV.

Total Mets

Total Mets Author David Ferry
ISBN-10 1600786618
Release 2012-10-05
Pages 640
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Published to coincide with the franchise's 50th anniversary, a definitive historical and statistical compendium traces the team's history from their 1962 inception through the World Series championships of 1969 and 1986 to the present, providing season recaps, team and individual records and biographies of every player.

Legends of the Tribe

Legends of the Tribe Author Morris Eckhouse
ISBN-10 9781461703273
Release 2000-08-01
Pages 240
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Legends of the Tribe relives the exciting Jacobs Field era of the 1990s along with the complete 100-year legacy of this storied franchise. This book revives the memorable moments of Indians history and includes a stunning collection of more than 200 vintage photos of the great games, players, and events.

I m Keith Hernandez

I m Keith Hernandez Author Keith Hernandez
ISBN-10 9780316395762
Release 2018-05-15
Pages 352
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Legendary first baseman Keith Hernandez tells all in this gripping and literary memoir. Keith Hernandez revolutionized the role of first baseman. During his illustrious career with the World Series-winning St. Louis Cardinals and New York Mets, he was a perennial fan favorite, earning eleven consecutive Gold Gloves, a National League co-MVP Award, and a batting title. But it was his unique blend of intelligence, humor, and talent--not to mention his unflappable leadership, playful antics, and competitive temperament--that transcended the sport and propelled him to a level of renown that few other athletes have achieved, including his memorable appearances on the television show Seinfeld. Now, with a striking mix of candor and self-reflection, Hernandez takes us along on his journey to baseball immortality. There are the hellacious bus rides and south-of-the-border escapades of his minor league years. His major league benchings, unending plate adjustments, and role in one of the most exciting batting races in history against Pete Rose. Indeed, from the Little League fields of Northern California to the dusty proving grounds of triple-A ball to the grand stages of Busch Stadium and beyond, I'm Keith Hernandez reveals as much about America's favorite pastime as it does about the man himself. What emerges is an honest and compelling assessment of the game's past, present, and future--a memoir that showcases one of baseball's most unique and experienced minds at his very best.

Beantown Sports Trivia

Beantown Sports Trivia Author Matthew Silverman
ISBN-10 1935628151
Release 2012-05-01
Pages 256
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This book includes six sections of trivia on Boston sports covering the Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins, Boston Area College Teams and a Bonus Section. The College section is broken up into six parts with questions about Boston College, Boston University, Harvard, Northeastern, General College Knowledge (includig other schools in the area), and the Beanpot Challenge. Each section is broken up into three parts: 1. Your Team (the largest of the three parts) has questions about recent events, seasons and players. 2. Your Father's Team questions centered between 1967 and 1985. 3. Your Grandfather's Team Trivia generally questions from 1966 and earlier. Questions will be a combination of short answer, multiple choice, and ture and false. The book also features a points system so readers can rate their Beantown sports knowledge and see where they rank in the world of sports trivia.

For Mets Fans Only

For Mets Fans Only Author Rich Wolfe
ISBN-10 0790613344
Release 2006
Pages 255
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Whether you grew up in New York City or live there now, baseball is an integral part of life in the Big Apple. Fans all over the country will appreciate the heart-felt and compelling stories of how the New York Mets have touched and influenced their lives. Stories and accounts are written by fans with a connection to the game and team that impacted their lives. With over 25 stories and quotes from many more, this book is difficult to put down. With factoids, pictures and stories that will keep any sports fan reading, For Mets Fans Only is a keeper for anyone who loves baseball, and especially the New York Mets.


Stengel Author Robert W. Creamer
ISBN-10 0803263678
Release 1996-01-01
Pages 349
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One of the most endearing of American heroes, Casey Stengel guided the New York Yankees to ten pennants in twelve seasons. Here is the brilliant manager stripped naked—the person underneath all the clowning, mugging, and double-talking. Robert Creamer shows us Casey at twenty-two, famous from his very first day in the big leagues. We see Casey’s playing career fall apart as he is traded, shunted to last-place teams, hampered by injuries, considered finished—until he bats a glorious home run in the 1923 World Series. Here are Casey’s managing successes and failures—dismissed by the Yankees, he returns to the limelight with his new and inept New York Mets, the team he single-handedly lifts into the nation’s consciousness. “I’m a man that’s been up and down,” Casey said in a serious moment. Certainly his knack for bouncing back made him a legend in our national pastime. Here are the stories and gags, the Stengelian style, the full dimensions of the man.

The New York Mets

The New York Mets Author George Kalinsky
ISBN-10 0028612485
Release 1996-03-01
Pages 240
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Chronicles the history of the Mets from their first dismal season in 1962

The Mets

The Mets Author New York Daily News
ISBN-10 1584799145
Release 2011-09-01
Pages 320
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A 50th anniversary commemorative volume documents the team's challenging early years and rise to World Series fame, citing the roles of key contributors and reproducing more than 200 New York Daily News archive images.

The New York Mets Encyclopedia

The New York Mets Encyclopedia Author Peter C. Bjarkman
ISBN-10 1582615098
Release 2002-03-01
Pages 250
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The New York Mets Encyclopedia provides the full and exciting story of modern-era baseball's most popular expansion-age franchise. From those lovable losers of 1962 and 1963, to the Miracle Mets of 1969 and 1973, and on to year-in and year-out contenders of the 1980s and 1990s, including the exciting 1999 squad, New York's National League Mets have written some of the most exciting and colorful pages in Major League history. This is the team that captured the hearts of New Yorkers and fans everywhere with their often-laughable antics under colorful and celebrated manager Casey Stengel, then only a half-dozen years later climbed to baseball's pinnacle under gifted yet tragic manager Gil Hodges. This colorful volume combines detailed and highly readable narrative history with archive photographs, rich statistical data, and intimate portraits of the teams most memorable personalities.

The League of Outsider Baseball

The League of Outsider Baseball Author Gary Cieradkowski
ISBN-10 9781476775258
Release 2015-05-05
Pages 240
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From an award-winning graphic artist and baseball historian comes a strikingly original illustrated history of baseball’s forgotten heroes, including stars of the Negro Leagues, barnstorming teams, semi-pro leagues, foreign leagues, and famous players like Shoeless Joe Jackson, Jackie Robinson, Willie Mays, and Joe DiMaggio before they achieved notoriety. From a young age, Gary Cieradkowski had a passion for baseball’s unheralded heroes. Inspired by his father and their shared love of the sport, Cieradkowski began creating “outsider” baseball cards, as a way to tell the little-known stories of baseball’s many unsung heroes—alongside some of baseball’s greatest players before they were famous. The League of Outsider Baseball is a tribute to all of those who’ve played the game, known and unknown. Shining a light into the dark corners of baseball history—from Mickey Mantle’s minor league days to Negro League greats like Josh Gibson and Leon Day; to people that most never knew played the game, such as Frank Sinatra, who had his own ball club in 1940s Hollywood; bank robber John Dillinger, who was a promising shortstop and took time out between robberies to attend Cubs games; and even a few US presidents—this book is a rich, visual tribute to America’s pastime. Meticulously researched, beautifully illustrated using a unique, vintage baseball-card-style, and filled with a colorful and rich cast of characters, this book is a prized collector’s item and will be cherished by fans of all ages.

Bases Loaded

Bases Loaded Author Kirk Radomski
ISBN-10 1440686092
Release 2009-01-27
Pages 256
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On a quiet street on Long Island early on a December morning in 2005, more than fifty federal agents stood outside a lovely new home waiting for the front door to be opened. When it did, there stood the central figure in one of the biggest scandals in sports history: Kirk Radomski. Radomski was a regular New York kid who, from the age of fifteen had the amazing fortune of working in the Mets clubhouse. The focus of his job was to give the players whatever they wanted or needed—he got their uniforms ready, packed up their homes at the end of the season, cashed their checks, and helped them beat the drug tests that would have led to suspension. And at the end of the 1986 season he even led the World Champions down Broadway during their victory parade. Eventually, he graduated to helping in other ways: providing them with steroids and human growth hormones. By the time the Feds knocked on his door, he was the main clubhouse supplier of performance-enhancing drugs to almost three hundred baseball players. Under threat of a long prison sentence—and after being identified by players he’d helped—he cooperated with Senator George Mitchell to produce the Mitchell Report, providing names and dates. Now he’s ready to tell the whole story to the world. Radomski made little money from these transactions, and in this stunning book he will recount what baseball knew about the problem, his life since the report came out, and who took what. This is the tale of a young man seeing his heroes turn into clay, and the degradation of a once great sport into the drug-addicted spectacle it has become.

Long Shot

Long Shot Author Mike Piazza
ISBN-10 9781439163030
Release 2013-02-12
Pages 384
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Mike Piazza was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 62nd round of the 1988 baseball draft as a “courtesy pick.” The Dodgers never expected him to play for them—or anyone else. Mike had other ideas. Overcoming his detractors, he became the National League rookie of the year in 1993, broke the record for season batting average by a catcher, holds the record for career home runs at his position, and was selected as an All Star twelve times. Mike was groomed for baseball success by his ambitious, self-made father in Pennsylvania, a classic father-son American-dream story. With the Dodgers, Piazza established himself as baseball’s premier offensive catcher; but the team never seemed willing to recognize him as the franchise player he was. He joined the Mets and led them to the memorable 2000 World Series with their cross-town rivals, the Yankees. Mike tells the story behind his dramatic confrontation with Roger Clemens in that series. He addresses the steroid controversy that hovered around him and Major League Baseball during his time and provides valuable perspective on the subject. Mike also addresses the rumors of being gay and describes the thrill of his game-winning home run on September 21, 2001, the first baseball game played in New York after the 9/11 tragedy. Along the way, he tells terrific stories about teammates and rivals that baseball fans will devour. Long Shot is written with insight, candor, humor, and charm. It’s surprising and inspiring, one of the great sports autobiographies.