Jun 28th, 2013
The team that's lived a life like no other finally receives the epic retelling it deserves. From the author of the beloved Mets fan memoir Faith and Fear in Flushing comes The Happiest Recap, a four-volume history of the New York Mets.
Their greatest games, the era they were played in, the circumstances surrounding them, the people who made them happen. 500-plus tales of the Mets at their best and sometimes overcoming their worst. The championship years, the striving years, the stumbling years. These are the games you'll always remember and the games you'll be glad you finally met.
Greg Prince is co-author of Faith and Fear in Flushing, "the blog for Mets fans who like to read," and author of the book of the same name, an intensely personal memoir of his life as a Mets fan. Greg has written about baseball for The New York Times, ESPN.com, the Huffington Post and Yahoo! Sports, and contributed to the documentary The Last Play at Shea. A communications consultant away from the diamond, Greg lives on Long Island, but will always consider Shea Stadium his spiritual home.
Listen in to Greg Prince -- and the happy recap -- from the Clubhouse...