- Author:Will Balliett
- Publisher:Three Rivers Press; 1st edition (April 7, 1992)
- Pages:271 pages
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The Complete Year-by-Year N. Y. Mets Fan's Almanac. Includes information on managers, players, trades, great plays, play-off games, and team and individual statistics.
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The Mets were managed by Casey Stengel and played their home games at the . Despite the team's terrible performance, fans came out in droves.
The Mets were managed by Casey Stengel and played their home games at the Polo Grounds, which was their temporary home while Shea Stadium was being built in Queens. They remain infamous for their ineptitude and were one of the worst teams in Major League Baseball history. Their season attendance of 922,530 was good enough for 6th in the National League that year. The season was chronicled in Jimmy Breslin's humorous best-selling book Can't Anybody Here Play This Game? The title came from a remark made by manager Casey Stengel expressing his frustration over the team's poor play.
From New York Times bestseller Blue Balliett, the story of a girl who falls into Chicago's shelter system
From New York Times bestseller Blue Balliett, the story of a girl who falls into Chicago's shelter system. Where is Early's father? He's not the kind of father who would disappear. and he's left a whole lot of trouble behind. As danger closes in, Early, her mom, and her brother have to flee their apartment.
For those seeking a few laughs, here are six of the funniest: 1. November 25 at 7:56 PM. I would include JD Davis in a trade for Starling Marte.
Born in Manhattan and raised in Glen Cove, Long Island, Balliett attended Phillips Exeter Academy, where he learned to play drums in a band he summed up as "baggy Dixieland"; he played summer gigs at a Center Island yacht club.