From Ron Darling to the Beastie Boys, we have a whole new crop of interviews to post on our site. And the filming continues though June, so say hi if you see us! Stay tuned for more information …
The two friends/’86 foes met when they were both on the Mets’ farm team. They were groomsmen in each others’ weddings, stayed in touch over the years, and last weekend they met for the first time in eight years. Clips to come, but here are photos to tide you over!
Were the Mets a team of destiny? Or do we just think that because they won? Greg Prince and Jason Fry of Faith & Fear in Flushing say what they think.
Nails weighs in on “it gets through Buckner.”
Brooklyn boy Chuck Schumer reveals why he’s a Yankee fan.
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
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.