After Mookie Wilson got injured in Spring Training, Lenny Dykstra stepped up to take on centerfield. When Mookie returned, he had to share the spotlight.
Discover Music Internet Radio with WBAR NYC on BlogTalkRadio Heather recently discussed the documentary and her love of the Mets on the Shouts from Shea Podcast. The full episode is above, and more information about the show is here. Thanks for listening!
Mark A. Simon from ESPN.com wrote a terrific piece about the film. See for yourself! Photo: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images
And … we’re up! We’ve started a Kickstarter campaign to continue our film – funding everything from traveling to film a golf game with Kevin Mitchell and Jesse Orosco to acquiring the rights to MLB footage. Have a look and drop a buck! And check out our trailer as well.
We caught up with Kevin Mitchell last week coaching at the Brickyard Batting Cages in his hometown of San Diego, CA. Great guy, great interview, clips to come! In the meantime, here he is at work. Remember to watch that back foot! Kevin Mitchell Coaching from Heather Quinlan on Vimeo.
Lenny Dykstra is a changed man. Prison will sometimes do that. But here he talks about how he was able to see what’s important. We’re Almost There! Donate on Kickstarter and Help Make the ’86 Mets Movie a Reality ->
Strawberry – Met fans from Heather Quinlan on Vimeo.
Doc Gooden spoke candidly in his interview with us about everything from Tampa, to fastballs, to Joe McIlvane. He also talked about the turning point in ’86 when the game stopped being a game and became more like a job–leading to his decline as a player and as a person.
We’re just thrilled – take a look! An “inside scoop” on the lockers of the ’86 team.