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Rusty Staub, a former Met with an up-close and personal view of many of the team's strongest players, recalls every year of the Met's history and selects the all-time greatest players in this account. Featured players and managers include Gary Carter, Mike Piazza, Bud Harrelson, Jose Reyes, Tom Seaver, Dwight Gooden, Gil Hodges, and Davey Johnson.

Published: Triumph Books an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781617490187
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