>”If this Annual were a 41-year-old pinch hitter, I would bid against myself to sign it to a three year deal. With a vesting option, of course.” – Omar Minaya, Mets General Manager
“Devastatingly good” – Tom Glavine, former Mets pitcher
” . . . how I learned to play baseball” – David Wright, Met third baseman
“Oh! Now it all makes sense.” – Joe Morgan, Hall of Famer
“If the AAA were my girlfriend’s cat, I probably wouldn’t decapitate it with a kitchen knife.” – Kevin Mitchell, former Met.
“I’ve tried a lot of things in my life – a lot – but the Amazin’ Avenue Annual is one of the best.” – Doc Gooden, 1985 Cy Young award winner.
“So that’s who Chris Carter is, huh? Shocker. Nice work, Amazin’ Avenue” – Billy Wagner, Atlanta Braves relief pitcher.
Okay, maybe none of those things were actually said, but if you like the New York Mets in any capacity, you need to download this book. And, yeah, it’s really a book. There’s a lot in there.
Two reasons you should head over and get it:
a.) It’s good. It really is. There’s great Mets writing by great Mets writers and Mets bloggers and Mets writer/bloggers. You get an in-depth preview of the each team NL East, a wonderful player section the mixes statistics and poetry for each player on the Mets, prospect lists, and there are somehow almost no typos – which is quite a feat on its own. Plus a whole bunch of other stuff. And . . . there’s a Mets drinking game – you know, if you actually needed a reason while watching the Mets.
b.) It’s free. So, no-brainer, right? It’s like you’re Omar Minaya and this book is a former Montreal Expo. You need to have it. You have no choice in the matter. It calls to you.
So, if it’s good, and it’s free . . . why are you still here? I’m not posting anything else today. Go download, read it, enjoy it, pass it on to your friends. Look out crappy baseball previews on supermarket shelves. The internet is coming.
To download the Amazin’ Avenue Annual 2010, head over here.