Dennis Holden and Tara McDonald–who were both two years old when the Mets won in ’86–talk about what it’s like being a Met fan today.
When Gary Carter joined the Mets, it was hard for Keith to stop calling the shots, and sometimes Doc would get caught in the middle.
Father Daniel Murphy (no relation) talks about some surprisingly devout players.
Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani talks about how the NYC of 1986 was much different than the NYC of 1996.
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.
Mookie Wilson and Bill Buckner are united forever by one split-second event. Here’s how they feel about it.
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.
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 ->