Numbers Don't Lie: Mets : The Biggest Numbers in Mets History
Numbers Don't Lie: Behind the Biggest Numbers in Mets History details the numbers every Mets fan should know by heart. Authors Russ Cohen and Adam Raider tell the stories behind the most memorable moments and achievements in Mets history, including 6: the number of Gold Gloves Keith Hernandez earned in his career; 480: the distance in feet Tommy Agee's home run traveled on April 10, 1969; and 696: the record number of at bats Jose Reyes had in in 2005 to set a franchise record. With over 50 entries that span more than a half-century of Mets magic, this resource is an engaging, unique look back at the history of one of baseball's most entertaining franchises.
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 140 x 215 x 12.7mm | 430g
- 01 Jun 2015
- TRIUMPH BOOKS
- Chicago, United States
About Russ Cohen
Russ Cohen is a sports journalist whose work has appeared in numerous places, including on FoxSports.com and NHL.com. He is the author of Baseball's Best Rookies, Strike Three, and The Winter Classic: The NHL's Savior. He lives in Glassboro, New Jersey. Adam Raider is a writer and a former columnist and contributing editor for New England Hockey Journal and author of Frozen in Time: The Minnesota North Stars. He lives in West Hartford, Connecticut. They are the coauthors of 100 Things Rangers Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die. Howard Johnson was a two-time All-Star and a two-time World Series champion in his 13-year career.