This newly revised edition is a catalog of the more than 1,000 Mets who have played since 1962, but it is far from just a list of No. 18s and 41s. Mets by the Numbers celebrates the team's greatest players while critiquing numbers that have failed to attract talent, as well as singling out those that have been particularly productive.
With coverage of superstitions, prolific jersey-wearers, the ever-changing Mets uniform, and significant Mets numbers not associated with uniforms, Mets by the Numbers captures this fascination. A valuable reference for the casual fan, and a must-have accessory for Met geeks, this alternative team history sheds new light on the familiar and the forgotten, while finding the answers to questions that may have never before been asked. (Like which uniform number accounted for the most home runs in Mets history?)
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Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
Number of pages: 392
Weight: 472 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 28 mm
"An absolute must-have for an Met fan. Unlike Rey Ordonez, Jeff Duncan, and Shingo Takatsu, Mets by the Numbers is a perfect 10. In the spirit of Mookie Wilson (and Lute Barnes, Sergie Ferrer, and Chuckie CArr), authors Jon Springer and Matthew Silverman are No. 1 when it comes to delving deep into Met digits. Somewhere, George Foster (15), Tito Navarro (36), and Mac Scarce (44) are smiling."-Jeff Pearlman, Author of the New York Times bestseller The Bad Guys Won
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