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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Dee Publisher, Ivan R.
In The Mets Is a Good Thing, Tim Marchman, baseball columnist for the New York Sun, chronicles the exhilaration and frustration of the 2006 season that opened when things never looked brighter. From brilliant young stars like David Wright and Jose Reyes to future Hall of Famers Pedro Martinez and Tom Glavine, from the twenty-year-old phenom Lastings Milledge to the forty-seven-year-old sage Julio Franco and the innovative general manager Omar Minaya, the team seemed to have everything it needed and more-speed, power, verve, and style, and the chance to seize Gotham's imagination from a Yankees team long removed from its most recent dynasty.Marchman, Tim is the author of 'Mets Is a Good Thing A Season of Hope, Despair, and Exhilaration', published 2007 under ISBN 9781566635790 and ISBN 1566635799.
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